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Re: Fourth of July
He sure is lucky, if that was his only wound. Terrible war! Ah, the
connection with Darien. Pretty good chance that those Scots named their
town after the failed colony. I was wondering about Darien, Ct. Was it
founded by Scots too?
----- Original Message -----
From: John S. Quarterman <email@example.com>
Sent: Sunday, July 02, 2000 4:52 PM
Subject: Re: Fourth of July
> >Of course there were Sinclairs on the South's side. I hope you won't be
> >offended by this. All were brave men who really believed in their cause.
> My Sinclairs were in Georgia at the time (well, except for the ones that
> were in Toronto and Thurso). That war fell between generations for them.
> My great-great grandfather, the immigrant, was too old. All his children
> were too young.
> However, his daughter's future husband, Thomas Shepard Quarterman,
> was wounded in the hand about the age of 17 while defending a dock in
> Darien, Georgia.
> See also
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