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Re: John Sinkler
Thanks for your message and your help.
My address is:-
8 Tuscan Avenue
----- Original Message -----
From: Niven Sinclair <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, May 24, 2000 8:08 PM
Subject: Re: John Sinkler
> At 10:51 21/05/00 +0100, you wrote:
> >I am descended from John Sinkler who was captured at Worcester 1651 and
> >eventually ended up in New Hampshire.
> >Unfortunately I couldn't find any reference to him on the Clan Sinclair
> >I know that his ancestry has engaged the attention of his descendants for
> >some time but the last I heard nothing definite as to his origins had
> >Is there any new information out there as to his ancestry that someone
> >point out to me?
> >Thank you.
> >Roger Coone.
> Dear Roger,
> There are plenty of Sinklers in New Hampshire.
> If you can let me have your postal address, I will send you the details
> from the
> "St Clairs of the Isles" which covers several generation of Sinklers, St
> Clairs and
> Sinclairs in New Hampshire.
> The Sinklers run from John Sinkler who purchased 10 acres of land in
> New Hampshire in 1659 to an Ebenezer Sinkler who was buying land in
> in 1795 where the family already had land.
> Many of the Sinklers served in the armed forces. One, another Ebenezer,
> was the
> hero at the Battle of Saratoga in 1777 where he was killed but, although
> his widow
> was left in destitute circumstances, she was denied a pension although she
> three children to bring up - all under 14 years of age.
> Niven Sinclair
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