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Re: St. Clair, James in Virginia
I believe you have found the key. I wonder if James had children by two
wives and that is what is throwing us off.
I will check with a woman I know who is from Giles County to see what kind
of records they have.
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From: Amber Dalakas <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: Sinclair Discussion List <email@example.com>
Sent: Sunday, August 01, 1999 11:06 AM
Subject: St. Clair, James in Virginia
>Jean & other VA researchers:
>While doing a net search, I found this following marriage record. Believe
>this could be my James & Elizabeth (at least I think they're mine!).
>Lawhorn, Phebe m. Archibald Gunno 13 SEP 1834, Giles Co. VA. Phebe is
>stepdaughter of James St. Clair. He and Elizabeth his wife gave consent.
>Witnesses: Samuel Hunt and Daniel Gol. Minister William Garreston.
>Not only is this very intriguing, but also adds to the suspicion that I've
>had that the Gunno family & St. Clair family were very close friends. Here
>is support that they were in fact related. I'm pretty sure I have
>that Archibold Gunno lived next door to James St. Clair in Wyoming Co.
>in the mid-18th century.
>This gives me a time frame and also a new county to search in. I know that
>they were in Logan Co. VA by 1840 but didn't know where they were before
>that. I wonder how good Giles Co. VA birth records are? Any one know?
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