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Re: Re the date of St. Clare"s death
Oh, thank you, thank you, Sinclair de la Behottiere,
You have added so much to our history. This is so exciting!!! I hope
everyone else in the discussion is feeling the suspense of this search.
Now you will have your reward and honor to be part of the July
festivities. Please send us a description of the event and maybe pictures.
Perhaps it can be included in the next Yours Aye if there is room and time
to get it in.
There are some of you out there that tire of our historical discussions
but can you now see the value of it as each of us researches and shares with
one another. Even though you haven't traced your ancestry very far back
perhaps... these are events that shaped YOUR family history.
From: Behottiere@aol.com <Behottiere@aol.com>
To: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Saturday, June 05, 1999 12:43 PM
Subject: Re : Re the date of St. Clare"s death
>The mayors name is Destouches, Perres the first name follows the sirname in
>the French manner, he has meet one other Sinclair, a family from the United
>States Minnosotta? the feast of St Clair the spelling is Clair is the 16th
>July his bones which rest in the church are carried througt the streets on
>that day it is an honour to be one of the four men who carry the bone the
>mayor has invited me. the date of Saint Clair's death is 4th November 884
>please excuse my earlier error. The staned glass window bearing the date
>(Rollos Baptism) was erected by the towns people for the end of WW I St
>was born near London
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