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Re: Sinclairs in Delaware USA
We have had the same problem reading information from microfilm. We find
that when we photographed from the microfilm, when the darkness setting is
turned a way up, it is readable. Just thought I would mention it. Maybe it
Donald H. Sinclair
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Sent: Friday, March 31, 2000 3:09 PM
Subject: Re: Sinclairs in Delaware USA
> In reply to KayDev30@aol.com who wrote :::
> ""There is a lone Sinclair in the 1870 census index for Delaware, but the
> record is too pale to read. Does anybody know anything at all of Sinclairs
> living in Delaware USA. Thank you. ""
> I don't know which Sinclairs were on the 1870 census for the Delaware area
> however , there are at least six of us on the discussion list that I know
> sure are from the various Delaware ( USA ) lines -- all with Delaware
> connections presently !!!
> Who are your seeking specifically ??
> At least five of us are from families that have been here for 350-400
> and are likely to have most of the pieces for the 3-4 Sinclair lines that
> were here .
> I should advise you that most of the Sinclairs ( all spellings ) were in
> Northern Delaware which is only 12 miles across ; also all of Delaware was
> various times part of Pennsylvania/Maryland ( USA ) -- so things can get
> confusing unless one is well versed in area history .
> We look forward to hearing from you .
> Joe Greigg
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