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Re: St Clairs of the Isles--Copying?
I'm very interested in your Early Annals of Greenock. Our Sinclairs come from
the Isle of Islay, which is just off the coast of Greenock. Many Islay folks
worked in Greenock
or left from there to North America.
When you get a chance, would you see if there are any references to the Island?
> Great, I would love a copy myself. There are at least 7 Sinclairs here that
> would love there own copy. Has anyone heard of a book called the Early Annals
> of Greenock., written by Archibald Brown, printed by the Pollock Co. in 1905.
> I just came upon this book yesterday as I was going though my father-in-laws
> things that he left to his son. The book is very old and barley held
> together. There is a note attached in the book that says " in this book look
> for the man called leisk, a ship builder and he was your Grandmother Annie
> Morrow Sinclairs Father, your great, great Grandfather. This is the first I
> have heard of this name, does anyone have any info that would be helpful.
> Thanks Laura Sinclair
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