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Re: Malcolm Caithness??
Malcolms true name is Malcolm Sinclair. He uses Caithness as that is
his title. Peter St. Clair-Erskine is the Earl of Rosslyn. He is a very
distant relation only thruogh marriage. Whenthe last Sinclair died without
male heir the daughter married a Wedderburn. It was his daughter who married
an Erskine. The Erskine family added the St. Clair to their name because
they became Earls of Rosslyn. They proceeded to sell off the estate and all
the Sinclair family silver and really impoverish the estates. This is one
of the reasons the Sinclairs are having a bit of trouble over Rosslyn. Too
Yours Aye, David
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Date: Wednesday, April 14, 1999 11:00 PM
Subject: Malcolm Caithness??
> More questions about names.
> It was just recently that I noticed Malcolm's last name was Caithness.
>I guess that is pretty unobservant. So I know the area named Caithness.
>this the shortened version of Malcolm of Caithness? If so, is his name
> Now I don't want to cause trouble with this next question, it is just
>help me understand the situation, and know he isn't about to take over
>another territory, But, if he hypothetically got possession of Rosslyn,
>would he then be Malcom Rosslyn? Is there someone named ____Rosslyn? Was
>his father called _____Caithness? How long has the name been in the
>family? Are his kids named Caithness? Why isn't he Malcolm Sinclair?
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