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Re: Duncan Sinclair lands with first fleet. 26th Jan 1788
Dear Annie and all Cousins,
Speaking of Sea Captians, does anyone know of a Colin Sinclair (my gg
grand uncle) who owned a ship and siled the seven seas in the 1840's?
Thanks, Cousin Gordon
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> > I am curious: Does anyone know the family of Duncan Sinclair?
> > Any possible link to the Captain Francis Sinclair who was a well-known
> > immigrant to New Zealand?
> > Were there any other well-known seafaring Sinclairs during that time
> > or perhaps earlier? Say, between Prince Henry and these two instances?
> > Chris
> I know of an Arthur Sinclair. I have just ordered a book containing dairy
> extracts of his from his voyages in 1802. I am hoping he will connect to my
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