It was in 'Roslin O' Roslin'
, the Canadian rag that you saw this;
"Yours Aye" printed a brief summary of the six
Sinclair Lords who currently hold seats in the House of Lords.
was prepared by Malcolm Sinclair, the present Earl of Caithness who
also has a very detailed chart of his own lineage
and how his branch of
the family (Mey) came to inherit the Earldom of Caithness.
geneaology of Prince Henry Sinclair (showing both his Norse and Norman
ancestry) is considered (by no less
an authority than Dr Barbara
Crawford, Professor of Medieval Studies at St Andrews University) to
be the best.
By copy of this e-mail, I am asking Ian Sinclair to
send you a copy of these genealogies when he returns to Noss
Ditto to Mary Selver and Laurel Fechner so that the
necessary additions to the web pages can be made. These
important documents which form the essential framework for a proper
understanding of our family history.
We often talk about our family
tree and, indeed, we are like a tree which needs feeder roots (going no
deeper than the
18th Century) but which also has a tap root going back
before the birth of Christ to our Scandinavian forefathers
believed than Odin made the World.
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