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Re: saintly Sinclairs.
While on the subjects of Saint(s) Margaret SInclair, I remember being given
a pamphlet about a Blessed Margaret Sinclair of Glasgow, who lived about
the late 1800's. She was a girl of humble origins and worked during her
relatively short life in a factory and died in her thirties. It isn't much
information - but has any one else heard of her?
Jean Sinclair Stokes.
At 05:19 AM 29/10/00 -0600, you wrote:
> >> Keep in mind that Charlemagne died in 814 and Margaret wasn't born
> >> until 1046 in Hungary.
> >According to the " Catholic Encyclopedia" on the net St Margaret was
> >born in 1242 and died 18 Jan., 1271. So your data above seams to be 200
> >years out of range.
>Margaret is a common name, and there were no doubt many Saints Margaret,
>just as there are at least nine Saints Clare, before even counting the
>The St. Margaret Laurel was referring to was the Queen of Scotland, wife
>of King Malcolm III Canmore. You will find her in the Catholic Encyclopedia
>as St. Margaret of Scotland.
>John S. Quarterman <email@example.com>
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