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Re: Hiram Richard Sinclair

What a story.  Living history.  Thank you for sharing.  What I can make out
you have a few other  forbearers up your sleeve.  Hiram is, I think,.
descended from Patrick (6th Lord) Sinclair and ultimately from Henry St
Clair, Baron of Roslyn Born abt 1222.

Is the any relation to John M. Sinclair,  who served as an officer from 29
June  1861 until discharged by General Order 23 July  1865. in the
Twenty-second Pennsylvania Cavalry Regiment(PA Ian).  The fathers of both
arrived in America aboard a Prussian flagged ship sailing out of Antwerp via
the Orkney Islands.


Ref  "History of Blackford Co., IN"

----- Original Message -----
From: <DSinc39156@aol.com>
To: <sinclair@quarterman.org>
Sent: Wednesday, October 17, 2001 9:42 PM
Subject: Hiram Richard Sinclair

> My great great grandfather was honored last Saturday at the Hartford City
> Indiana Civil War Days for his service, and wounds received as part of the
> Union Cavalry. A reinactors unit of the 19th. Indiana Infantry, known as
> of the Iron Brigade gave a very loud 21 gun salute. They were marched in

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