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Lost grandfather

+/v8APAAh-DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC +ACI--//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN+ACIAPg- +ADw-HTML+AD4APA-HEAD+AD4- +ADw-META content+AD0AIg-text/html+ADs- charset+AD0-utf-7+ACI- http-equiv+AD0-Content-Type+AD4- +ADw-META content+AD0AIg-MSHTML 5.00.3017.1000+ACI- name+AD0-GENERATOR+AD4- +ADw-STYLE+AD4APA-/STYLE+AD4- +ADw-/HEAD+AD4- +ADw-BODY bgColor+AD0AIw-ffffff+AD4- +ADw-DIV+AD4APA-FONT size+AD0-4+AD4-Well, as so many of us have done, I listened to hearsay and went off on a wild goose chase. I had been told that my great-grandfather was John D. Sinclair. After much research, and help from cousins, I found that John D. was dead 3 years before my grandfather was born HAHA.+ADw-/FONT+AD4APA-/DIV+AD4- +ADw-DIV+AD4APA-FONT size+AD0-4+AD4-Well with these wonderful computers I found my grandfather in Tenn. and his father Arthur Franklin Sinclair SR. My grandfather was quite a scoundrel, but that is another story.+ADw-/FONT+AD4APA-/DIV+AD4- +ADw-DIV+AD4APA-FONT size+AD0-4+AD4-My question is does anyone have Arthur Franklin SR. in their family. He was in Wayne County, Tenn. His wife was Elizabeth Lizzie Hitchcock. Arthur was born 1857 and died 1937.+ADw-/FONT+AD4APA-/DIV+AD4- +ADw-DIV+AD4APA-FONT size+AD0-4+AD4-Of course, if you have his son Thomas Franklin in your family I would like to know this also. Seems that Thomas disappeared from my family, and had another family in Tenn.+ADw-/FONT+AD4APA-/DIV+AD4- +ADw-DIV+AD4AJg-nbsp+ADsAPA-/DIV+AD4- +ADw-DIV+AD4APA-FONT size+AD0-4+AD4-Thank you all so much. I enjoy this group so much. Just learning about our heritage is great.+ADw-/FONT+AD4APA-/DIV+AD4- +ADw-DIV+AD4AJg-nbsp+ADsAPA-/DIV+AD4- +ADw-DIV+AD4APA-FONT size+AD0-4+AD4-Dorothy+ADw-/FONT+AD4AJg-nbsp+ADsAPA-/DIV+AD4- +ADw-DIV+AD4AJg-nbsp+ADsAPA-/DIV+AD4APA-/BODY+AD4APA-/HTML+AD4-