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Re: St. Clair - PA
Actually they refer to places which may be named after people. Laceyville,
Pennsylvania. Lacy Road in Southport Connecticut. These places are
associated with the Ruger family. I've been unable to establish their
connection with the Stewarts and Sinclairs, and maybe there is none. But
the name Lacey keeps popping up for several of us. Seem too coincidental.
Looking for clues and connections.
, -----Original Message-----
From: Amber Dalakas <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Saturday, July 17, 1999 8:06 AM
Subject: St. Clair - PA
><I'm looking for any Sinclairs or St. Clairs in northern PA. Any in
>Wyoming County at any time? Thanx. Jean Grimsby has also mentioned
>interest in PA. We are also looking for any connection with the name Lacy
>or Lacey. That name may hold a connection to some Sinclairs in Eastern
>With regard to the name Lacy/Lacey - do you mean given name or surname?
>grandfather was Lacy Hill St. Clair. Always thought it was a very unusual
>name and wondered where on earth his parents came up with it.
>Amber (St. Clair)
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