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Re: Sinclairs and the Rex Dues
Just to let you know - Niven is away this week - and probably won't be able
to answer till after the weekend.
At 08:34 AM 20/08/99 +0000, you wrote:
>I originally sent this query to Niven because its a bit off topic. I couldn't
>get a reply perhaps Niven has a filter set up. So I've reposted to the list,
>please excuse the fact that it may be slightly off topic and of interest to me
>I've just been having a look at Tim Wallace Murphy's recent book on
>in it he mentions the Rex Deus families and that fact that they met at Rosslyn
>up until the eighteenth century. I wonder if you have ever come across the Rex
>Dues families in your research on the Sinclair family. I would appretiate any
>information on this.
>TWM also states that the Rex Dues families were/are closely aligned with the
>Stuart cause. I remember from previous communications that you personally
>that many of the Stuarts were a disaster for Scotland and possibly for the
>Sinclair family. How do you reconcile the fact that the Sinclairs were and
>remained (as far as Knight and Lomas and TWM are concerned) a Rex Dues family
>but suffered under the Stuarts.
>I am also interested in researching the Montgomery family and have heard
>Hugh Montgomery was writing a book about the Montgomery family and the
>the Fleur de Lys. Do you have a knowledge of this book or can you
>reading on the Montgomery family.
>Many thanks for your time Niven and for the effort that you put into the
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