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Thanks to Milamba.
I am sure I am a St.Clair throught the female side. Irt "seems" to fit.
I am trying to work my way through the Sinclairs of England as suggested by
I have the day off because of Columbus, but I am respecting Prince Henry
Sinclair. Claire Simmons
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From: "donna willis" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, October 09, 2000 10:54 AM
> I would like to take this opportunity to thank the discussion list for
bringing my newfound cousin and I together.
> She was a recent new subscriber to the list and because of the
information she gave about her great grandfather, I was pretty sure we were
> She is Rosalie Horton (email@example.com) and is decended from Clarence
George St. Clair. I contacted her off the discussion list so that there
wasn't any clutter while we were finding out. We are both decended from our
5x great grandparents Daniel St. Clair and Isabella Auchmuty St. Clair who
resided in Northumberland County, Pennsylvania. I know that there was more
than one Daniel St. Clair in Pennsylvania. This Daniel came to America at
the age of 12 and born on 17 March 1759, from somewhere in Scotland. We are
still working on finding out any more information on him.
> If there is anyone on the discussion list that has any questions in
relation to this family, please feel free to ask.
> I would like to contribute more to the discussion list, but I don't know
very much, so I ask more questions rather than contribute.
> Donna St. Clair Willis
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