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Re: Outstanding Sinclairs
Is anyone interested in starting such a web page?
I'd be willing to do it, but it would be better if
someone else took on this task (I'd be happy to link to it).
Another obvious candidate for an outstanding Sinclair
would be Pete Cummings.
John Sinclair Quarterman <firstname.lastname@example.org>; see http://www.mids.org/sinclair/
>From: "Ian G. Sinclair" <email@example.com>
>Date: Mon, 7 Dec 1998 20:51:34 +1100
>I like the concept of putting on the system details of our perceived
>Outstanding Sinclairs. It would make it all the more interseting if a bit
>of genealogical information was also included, eg Birth date & place, Death
>Date & place, name of spouse etc.
>My Great Great Grandfather was George SINCLAIR born Thurso Circa January
>1807, died Adelaide, South Australia 10 June, 1862. He was a Master Mariner
>and lived in Hobart, Australia from 1830 - 1855. His spouse was Eliza
>PUDNEY and they married in 1832. His parents Donald SINCLAIR and Christian
>McCADIE were married in Thurson in May 1800.
>His maritime career took him all over the world with trips to London,
>Mauritius, New Zealand (1833-1837 for Jennys benefit) and coastal
>I hope this is of interest to others
>Ian Sinclair. firstname.lastname@example.org
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