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Re: Re: Laurence Sinclair et al
Thanks again for the information. This really sounds like she may be the
one. Is there any way of telling what she was guilty (or not) of? I
understand you could be hung for stealing a loaf of bread in those days.
Was that place name St. Olfa or was it a typo for St. Olaf? I can't find a
St. Olfa anywhere.
Can't wait to hear more from you.
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Sent: Thursday, August 26, 1999 2:06 AM
Subject: Re : Re: Laurence Sinclair et al
> Christian Sinclair nee Johnson form island off mainland of Scotland was
> transported to her excution on mail packet presently in Normandy can not
> supply exact document number but the Scottish public record office listed
> executions from 1750 until we ended this barberic custom I have the list
> London will send to you text extract and reference after Bank Holiday
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