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Re: Census Index Record--1870, Nebraska
I made that sound like the pony express rider was in my line of St. Clairs.
He was John Sinclair. Just a name without any more information on a list of
Pony Express riders and not related to my line. See the story on John Q's
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Subject: Re: Census Index Record--1870, Nebraska
> While we are betting, I'll wager that J.W. St. Clair is John Wesley St.
> Clair. The name runs through our family and cousins could well be over
> there by them from WI. Maybe the relatives of our orphaned?? poney
> rider are among this group???
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> Sent: Wednesday, September 29, 1999 3:23 AM
> Subject: Census Index Record--1870, Nebraska
> > Awhile back I mentioned that I had found a previously [to me] unknown
> > of census indices at our State Library. Those of you who have taken
> > family search efforts to major regional resource centers [e.g., National
> > Archives in San Bruno; LDS Temple FHC in Westwood] know that census
> > collections, even at such major depositories, are not necessarily
> > For example, I have not been able to find Missouri 1860 or Missouri 1870
> > get lists of all St. Clairs in Kansas City at those times [access to
> > anyone?]
> > In the meantime, looking for FLYNN and McLAUGHLIN in Lincoln in 1870, it
> > not much more trouble to copy the pages containing SINCLAIR and ST.
> > share with the group. The intended audience for this information is not
> > exclusively the present list subscribers, but also any future readers
> > for Nebraska information in our archives.
> > Besides, the spread of Sinclairs to all corners of our world remains
> > fascinating. Nebraska in 1870 was pretty far West, and there were
> > seven Sinclair representatives present:
> > Name County Census Page # Census
> > Division
> > Sinclair Lancaster 124 Lincoln
> > Frank T. Sinclair Sarpy 265 Bellevue
> > James Sinclair Richarson 201 Falls City
> > Samuel Sinclair Sarpy 267 Bellevue P.O.
> > Thomas Sinclair Douglas 512 Omaha, 5th Ward
> > Alexander St. Clair Lancaster 157 Lincoln P.O.
> > J. W. St. Clair Douglas 404 Omaha 1st Ward
> > Wayman St. Clair Colfax 197 Schuyler
> > Most of these were in the southeastern part of the state, relatively
> > the Missouri stateline. No SINKLERs in the index.
> > Any bets that Frank and Samuel were brothers?
> > Have I heard the first name, Wayman, mentioned on this list?
> > Any bets on birthplaces of these? Ohio? Indiana? or?
> > Brief stories or links to these to share anyone?
> > Chris
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