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Re: sinclair-digest V2 #500
Thank You.....My sister and I have been searching our family for over 30
years....Our 4th Great Grandmother was a SINCLAIR....she named a
grandaughter Clara...after her line...my sister is Claire..and my
granddaughter is Claire....this gives us a great hertiage...We are proud
to be part Sinclair....
On Mon, 21 May 2001 11:31:14 +0100 Niven Sinclair <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>At 10:05 21/05/01 +0200, you wrote:
>>in my mind, and also per definition, in the Sinclair Global Database
>>living Sinclair is anyone alive with or without the surname Sinclair
>>with a Sinclair line somewhere (five years ago, fifty years ago, two
>>hundred years ago.....)
>>manager of the Sinclair Genealogical Database.
>Those people of Sinclair ancestry who, because of the custom of
>of the father, no longer carry the name of Sinclair are generally
>to as para-genetic
>Sinclairs and have invariably shown themselves to be every bit as
>as their "Sinclair" cousins.
>"A rose by any other name.........................."
>We welcome them all. The Clan would be a poorer place without them.
>is a rich
>diversity here united by common ancestry and uncommon talent.
>> > How does one define a "Living Sinclair?" Does that only include
>> > 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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