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Re: The Roll of Battle Abbey - Sinclairs at the Battle of Hastings
There's no mistake in the exagerration!
Most of the websites talk about 1+9! e.g. from Kingscrest:
" When William the Conqueror was recruiting his forces, he selected Walderne
of St. Clair (1006-1075) to be one of his commanders. The Roll of Battle
Abbey contains Walderne's name along with nine other Sinclairs. For his
success on the battlefield, Walderne was granted a large amount of land on
the Medway River in England."
Now we know it was just Richard at Hastings - not Walderne - and so the
other 9 remain a mystery!
I suspect you'll have to go a long way to be nit-picker 0f 2002!!! ;-)
----- Original Message -----
From: "Ian Newman" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, January 01, 2002 5:24 PM
Subject: Re: The Roll of Battle Abbey - Sinclairs at the Battle of Hastings
> - and if I copied your above message, reposted and published it, there'd
> now be 10 Sinclairs at Battle! (Shouldn't that have read "The other 8" ?)
> I liked the illustration Iain! (-;
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