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Re: Missing and Illegitimate
At 09:20 14/09/00 -0400, you wrote:
Wouldn't it be interesting if we found them in
another part of the USA or
world? My Grandfather was on his way to work when he disappeared.
The best escape. Sinclairs hate any sort of ties. They
are still Vikings at
heart. The Germans would call it wanderlust.
Wherever there is an horizon
there will be a Sinclair heading for it.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, September 14, 2000 12:02 AM
Subject: Re: Missing and Illegitimate
> Missing, and illegitimate. It's nice to know that there's a female
> those. My grandfather is in excellent company, it appears. Alas,
> is not good for the St. Clairs. They seem to have a penchant
> and running off. Can anyone explain this? Do you think we ought to
> self-help group for the descendants of errant St. Clairs?
> Somewhat Sincerely,
> Johnnye St. Clair-Gerhardt
> Granddaughter of Wilbur Fisk St. Clair who disappeared in 1912
> Missouri, USA.
> P.S. He was last seen with a woman (not my grandmother). That
> some of it, right?
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