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Re: sinclair-digest V2 #500
I have asked this same question and my answer was that it is to protect the privacy of the living individual. Living people don't always want their birthdates known, etc., nor do they want people delving into their lives. Hope this helps explain.
On Sun, 20 May 2001 22:32:17 EDT RBranshaw@aol.com wrote:
>How does one define a "Living Sinclair?" Does that only include those whose
>current last name is "Sinclair" or St. Clair?" How about the descendents of
>those Sinclairs who happened to be female...and therefore adopted their
>husbands last name?
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