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Re: June 15 th.
At 02:44 15/06/99 +1000, you wrote:
Thank you for your prompt reply to my
e-mail. Also for your very interesting information re Sir Archibald
Sinclair. My sister who lived in London in the fifties, (now a resident
of Capetown, South Africa) knew his daughter and apparently established a
connection between our families. I must follow this up. Any information
which you are able to provide regarding a means of finding further
details about Lieut. Archibald Sinclair, would be most appreciated. Are
you connected with the Scottish Clan Sinclair Society? Perhaps they are
not as active as those in Canada and USA. I would be delighted to hear
from any of your Australian relatives and contacts. I do enjoy your
contributions to the Sinclair discussion group, as I do the varied
information which constantly appears.
I look forward to our further communication.
The address you should write to for information about Lieutenant
Archibald Sinclair is:
The Regimental Secretary.,
The Highland Regiment,
Inverness IV1 2TO
There is so much information about the Ulbster Sinclairs that one doesn't
know where to begin.
They were (are) a very able family. The rest of us are somewhat
pedestrian. We make up for
it by working harder.
We are in the process of establishing our own base in Caithness thanks to
Ian Sinclair who has bought
Noss Head lighthouse for that purpose. The present Clan Sinclair
Association of caithness will eventually
be absorbed into the Clan Sinclair Castles Trust which has now been set
up with Malcolm Sinclair, the
Earl of Caithness, as its prime mover.
We hope you will seriously consider joining our Grand Millennium
Celebration which is being planned for
July, 2000. We need Australian representation.
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