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Re: St. Clair in IOWA--1900 Census, Franklin County, Reeve
I'm a few hundred messages behind!
I have St. Clair's in Boone County Iowa.
But this discussion was on the wrong list. Did you ever move it to the roots list?
> Great to hear from you. This discussion thread started with a chance
> encounter with [A---unreadable on census film] St. Clair, his two sisters,
> and his four children recorded in Reeve township, 1900 census, Iowa and an
> open inquiry to the Sinclair lists. Anyone know them? What resources do we
> know about?
> Barb Kyler was right there: yes, her family. A is Agustine St. Clair,
> descended from long line of Sinclairs that trace back through New York,
> Vermont, etc. Her site takes it back to 1500s. Very inspiring to see that
> much detail across such a wide time range.
> Now, from Paul, we hear of St. Clairs in Muscatine--other side of state,
> right on Illinois border--presumably a different St. Clair/Sinclair line in
> Anyway, FOR ANYONE JUST STARTING IN IOWA [and presumably seeing this in the
> list archives]: apparently two St. Clair lines mentioned here; plus, one
> recorded earlier in our discussion archives re: John Sinclair. Anyone have
> more to add to enrich the "Iowa base of information," and an apparently
> growing network of potential contacts for more information, in our discussion
> list archives storehouse of information regarding Sinclair/St. Clair in Iowa?
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