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Re: Descendants of George Sinclair, 4th. Earl Caithness for Ten G ener ations.
Where would it be possible to get the book The geneology of Saint Clairs of
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Sent: Wednesday, May 24, 2000 5:50 PM
Subject: Re: Descendants of George Sinclair, 4th. Earl Caithness for Ten G
> This book was compiled by Pete Cummings, Clan Sinclair Genealogist, prior
> his untimely death and subsequently replaced by Laurel Feschner, my dear
> friend of Portland Oregon. Hey Laurel, what do you think about a
> Trailblazers, Pacers N.B.A. Final? The information was extracted from such
> noted books as;
> 1. Saint-Clairs of the Isles.
> 2. Caithness Family History.
> 3. The Sinclair Family in Europe & America for 1100 years.
> 4. Sinclairs of Roslyn, Caithness, and Goshen.
> 5. Scottish Family History.
> 6. The Scots Peerage.
> 7. Sir Robert Douglas' Peerage of Scotland.
> 8. Genealogie of Saint Clairs of Rosslyn.
> 9. The Sinclair Family of Virginia
> 10. The St. Clair Genealogy.
> 11. Sinkler-Sinclair-St. Clair Genealogical Quarterly.
> 12. Our Sinclair-St.Clair Family.
> 13. The Clan Sinclair Archives.
> This (#13) includes over 16,000 individuals.
> Although Niven seems unaware of the mentioned book, it had been inspired
> him according to the compiler.
> Donald Sinclair (Indianapolis)
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