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At 22:22 31/03/01 -0600, you wrote:
>I appreciate your information and it possible that she may have been their
>daughter. However, I am very skeptical that she was due to the fact that
>according to my family Nancy Sinclair, My gg grandmother was Lutheren in
>Religion. Is there a site that helps with genealogy regarding Lutherens or
>do you know anyone that may know a way to trace the genealogy of Lutherens.
>I appreciate any and all information you are able to provide. \
>Sincerely, Wanda Knotts email@example.com
Lutherans and Presbyterians had much in common. They both preached hell
and damnation; believed in utter simplicity; shunned representations of the
and child; sat in cold pews and ate cold porridge. I know, I was brought
up as a
Presbyterian of which 'faith' there were no fewer than five separate
one tiny village - all with different angles on the same bible but all
that they were 'right'.
Follow the North Carolina Presbyterian trail and you may find your Lutheran
If all the Reverend Sinclairs, which I listed in my previous e-mail, don't
lead you to your
forebears I would be very very surprised.
Try your President Brad Sinclair Barker. He lives in NC and he will know
how to trace
your family through the churches there.
>----- Original Message -----
>From: Niven Sinclair <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Sent: Tuesday, March 27, 2001 1:27 PM
>Subject: Re: Sinclair
> > At 12:04 27/03/01 -0600, you wrote:
> > >I am truly wondering if anyone can help me in my search for my GG
> > >grandmother's parents. Her Name was Nancy Sinclair and she was born in
> > >North Carolina according to the 1900 and 1920 Census. Please anyone with
> > >information please help. She was born approximately 1878.
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