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Re: Re: Origin of Sinclair-St. Clair the Hermit
Yes, I certainly agree. But still it seemed to me that when he was writing
the ancient history down, he should have reliable sources. His discription
of St. Clair sur Epte seemed to indicate that he had visited it. So I
incorrectly supposed that this at least was reliable.
From: Gary M. Sinclair//Harwich, Ma. USA <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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Date: Friday, June 04, 1999 10:33 AM
Subject: Re: Re: Origin of Sinclair-St. Clair the Hermit
>Laurel wrote:. " Also everyone
>with Morrison's Sinclair history should correct the date on page 18. And
>all copies to be sold, should be corrected."
>As I have posted before, Leonard Morrison's book is filled with incorrect
>dates/places/names. Much of his research was done by contacting family
>members who gave the information they remembered. It appears that much of
>the information was never actually verified. Mr. Morrisin did not have
>access to the tools we have today which we use to follow up on information
>we receive. For the time it was written, it was a great source of
>information- BUT- this book can only be used to guide us in a search. Many
>of the descendants of John of Exeter were buried in New England Cemeteries.
>By visiting these grave sites, the inaccuracies are obvious. Be careful to
>verify all information used from this book.
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