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Re: African American St. Clairs
There are a lot of Sinclairs of African origin. Mike Sinclair of the Seattle
Seahawks is a pretty famous example. Oddly enough I have only ever met two
other Sinclairs that am not related to, one was Scottish and other African
English (rant - I have this African American/English/French trend it's like
referring to someone as European American - end rant). Presumably she had
emigrated from Jamaica to England. Presumably the Sinclair seed was also
sown in the west Indies.
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Sent: Friday, June 18, 1999 12:35 PM
Subject: Re: African American St. Clairs
> According to another family story, my great-grandfather, a St. Clair,
> approximately one hundred slaves, some of whom took the family name. The
> plantation was located in Kentucky, I believe. It is not known whether or
> he had any children by any of them. He wasn't reputed to have participated
> that dispicable activity.
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