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Re: Capt. William C. Sinclair also Catherine Sinclair
I'll actually be transcribing the bio and putting it in either the Aus web
pages and/or Chanticleer, so how about I send you a copy of the
transcription. It's a heck of a lot easier than Marilyn having to make
more photocopies and send them out... Things like this are all going to be
part of the Australian website, which should be ready to go shortly after
the Earl's visit (he's due Friday), along with photo's and highlights of
At 01:17 PM 16/11/00, you wrote:
>Could you also send me a copy of the story.
> > Hello Marilyn,
> > The biography arrived! Fascinating reading :) I've put a query into our
> > newsletter to see if anyone here connects up with him and am doing some
> > hunting to see what I can find out for you.
> > I'll let you know when I do!
> > Regards
> > Margaret
> > At 10:03 AM 23/10/00, you wrote:
> > >Does any one happen to know of Capt. William C. Sinclair, born St.
> > >Hope Orkney- Sept 15, 1837? The Orkney Herald Nov. 16, 1910 reported that
> > >was living in Melbourne with son and daughters. He retired from Marine
> > >Superintendent for Australia of The Union Steamship Company.
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