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Re: General Arthur St. Clair
I would be interested as well in reading this. The General was my
GGGGGGrandfather. I love anything I can find that was written about him.
Michelle L. Brown
From: Gerald Gibbons <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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Date: Monday, February 07, 2000 7:53 PM
Subject: General Arthur St. Clair
>I have just came across some information about a Gereral Arthur St. Clair.
>will quote the paragraph which includes the Gereral. There is a picture
>him as well. I could try scanning and sending it out as a GIF image.
>" Gereral Arthur St. Clair, Governor of the Northwest Territory, descendent
>the hereditary Grand Masters of Scotland, charter member and officer of
>Caesara Harmony Lodge No. 2 of Cincinnati; Detroit Governor. ..."
>This is from a booklet made by "Sesquicentennial Commission of the Grand
>of Free and Accepted Masons of Michigan", U.S.A. Bicentennial 1776 - 1976
>PresentingGraphic View of MICHIGAN MASONIC TRACING BOARD 1764 to 1976 by
>James Fairbairn Smith, P.M., Chairman of Historiology
>If any one would like to read the articule in full I will do so in a
>Email. It is a historical link with the Fifth Field Artillery - A REGIMENT
>THAT SURVIVED - (The U.S. Army's only link with the Revolutionary War.)
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