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Re: Sinclairs in Rev. War
I looked at this sight & it seems to me that it is one-sided. Just showing the
Sinclair's who fought for the Americans in the American Revolution & the War
of the 1812. Was there not any Sinclairs who fought for the British & the
Canadians (and who stay in Canada) in these wars?
Spirit One Email wrote:
> We now have 25 Sinclair/Sinkler/St. Clairs listed in the Rev. War index of
> "History" www.clansinclairusa.org That is a great showing but do I have
> everyone's? Are you holding back?
> I have a picture of a beautiful commemorative sign at Sea Island, GA on
> the "Sinclair Plantation"
> "This was the plantation of Archibald Sinclair, 'tything man of the town of
> Frederica. In 1763 it was granted to Donald Forbes as bounty land for his
> services to Oglethorpe's regiment. Forbes sold to Gen. Lachian McIntosh of
> Rev. fame, whose son. Major William McIntosh, lived and died in the old
> plantation house. Here, in the family burial plot, lie the bodies of Major
> McIntosh and his two children. The Agricultural and Sporting Club of St.
> Simons Island, an organization of plantation owners founded in 1832, used
> the old tabby home as their club house."
> Was Archibald Sinclair involved in the Rev. and when and how is he
> linked to this Plantation?
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