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Re: General Arthur St. Clair
Sorry it's taken me so long to respond. No the General was not in the
War of 1812 as far as my research has found. He would have been almost 80
years old and I doubt would have been able to withstand the rigors involved.
If I find anything different, I'll be in touch. I too am looking for that
connection with the War of 1812 for DAR purposes.
Michelle L. Brown
From: Toni Sinclair <email@example.com>
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Date: Wednesday, February 23, 2000 9:30 PM
Subject: Re: General Arthur St. Clair
>Would the general have been a captain during the war of 1812? I have a
>"History of Simcoe County" by Andrew F. hunter. (Simcoe Co. is in Ontario,
>There is a chapter in teh book which covers the battle at Michilimackinac,
>Bay. If this is the same person, I could give you more details.
>> 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.
>> Thank you
>> Michelle L. Brown
>> Littleton, Co
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>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Gerald Gibbons <email@example.com>
>> To: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
>> Cc: Plumpett@aol.com <Plumpett@aol.com>
>> 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.
>> >will quote the paragraph which includes the Gereral. There is a
>> >him as well. I could try scanning and sending it out as a GIF image.
>> >" Gereral Arthur St. Clair, Governor of the Northwest Territory,
>> >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 -
>> >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
>> >THAT SURVIVED - (The U.S. Army's only link with the Revolutionary War.)
>> >Gerald Gibbons
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