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Re: James Dunnit Sinclair
Thank you for the fascinating and intriguing information. I only
recently began researching my Sinclair lineage. I'm trying to locate my
grandfather's passport and in the mean time, I shall write for his birth
certificate from Edinburgh. At least I now know how his middle name is
spelled. I hope in the end I find our lines are intertwinned.
Dunnet is a frequent middle name in my husband's family, right down to my
husband's uncle. The Scottish family that I have been researching includes:
Margaret Dunnet SINCLAIR (b. 1873 - probably Canisbay)
Johan Dunnet SINCLAIR (b. circa 1878 - probably Canisbay)
Jamesina Dunnet SINCLAIR (b. 1879 - Canisbay)
These were all children of Robert SINCLAIR and Isabella DUNNET.
Does that tie in at all?
Auckland, New Zealand
>From: Niven Sinclair <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Subject: Re: James Dunnit Sinclair
>Date: Mon, 10 Apr 2000 7:55 AM
>At 17:08 09/04/00 +0200, you wrote:
>>Sorry to say but there are nothing on him in the global Sinclari
>The name is more likely to be James DUNNETT Sinclair rather than Dunnit.
>The Sinclairs have intermarried with the Dunnetts. Indeed, the present
>Lord Lieutenant of Caithness is Major Graham Dunnett who is married
>to Kay Sinclair, the current Secretary of the Clan Sinclair Society of
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