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Re: Sons of Earl of Caithness in the Am. Rev War
At some point, when we get to it, I think there will be a place
connected to the genealogy section where we will put in biographies of
Sinclair/St. Clair/Sinkler soldiers. It may be down the road aways but the
point is, when you or others get your soldiers' info together, there will be
a place to index them for others to look through. So don't leave us until
we get your information captured. We have quite a few on the Yankee side
From: Ed Brumby <EdBrumby@71stfraserregt.freeserve.co.uk>
To: Sinclair List <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Wednesday, April 07, 1999 5:47 AM
Subject: Sons of Earl of Caithness in the Am. Rev War
>Leading on from the Honbl. Lt William Sinclair, his brother John was a Lt
>Col, and wounded at Charleston. I also suspect his brother James was in the
>same American Rev. War.
>Has anyone studied the Sinclair Officers in the Am. Rev War?
>Ed in Scotland
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