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Sinclairs by mistake?
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Alexander Sinclairs book states
> The Gaelic form of the name Sinclair is Singlear. The Sinclairs of
>Argyleshire call themselves Clann-na-Cearda or the Children of the craft or
>trade. It is probable that the name was given them by their neighbours >would
naturally take for gratned that Singlear meant shingler or >flax-dresser. The
Sinclairs of Argyll are out-and -out Highlanders. >
Forgive me for being obtuse but does this mean that argyle Sinclairs may have
no real clain to be descended from the Norman/Scandiavian Sinclairs?
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