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To: A Ponchak
Yes, what you think it is - it is. Not a nice thing to say ever...
I do not know of Margaret or this James Sinclair, but I am also looking for
What I know is:
James Robert Sinclair II (meaning his father was named the same) was born in
the early 1800s. He married Madonna Marie Anna (maiden name unknown)
somewhere between 1828 - 1835. This girl was only 16 when they were married.
Within a few years they had a son - also James Robert Sinclair. Within 1 1/2
years they had twin daughters Mary and Anna. Sometime within the next 1 to 1
1/2 years all three children died in a fire in their home in the early fall.
The mother (called Donna by her husband) died in the sping of the following
year. James Robert had no more heirs (dead end) although he married a second
time in the late summer of the year of his first wife's death.
I also know he was a clerk in the south part of Scotland.
I ask you all to check your family trees for this missing link. I don't know
if the name was originally spelled Sinclair, St. Claire or Sinkler.
Please help me!
>From: "A Ponchak" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Subject: Re: DRMFSOB
>Date: Wed, 07 Jun 2000 21:25:57 EDT
>Since I am new to the list and this is my first attempt to communicate, I
>hope the subject matter doesn't mean what I think it does. I only wanted to
>find out about a Margaret(?) Jacqueline Sinclair married to James Sinclair
>sometime in the late 1930's in Trinidad
>>From: "general observer" <email@example.com>
>>Date: Wed, 07 Jun 2000 21:26:22 GMT
>>Just the kind of comment you would expect from Sinclair the Spammer.
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