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Re: Sinclair Link to Epic Australian Voyage.
The Kennet Sinclair story from Dave Mitchell is familiar. He also
submitted it through me to the Yours Aye and it was printed this Summer.
Unfortunately the editor did not understand who it was from and put my name
I was surprised at the various carvings on the tomb stones. There must
have been hundreds of people working on these. Also I notice flowers on the
graves. Do all or most of the graves have flowers. What a caring tribute.
Your pictures are very clear. Nice job.
----- Original Message -----
From: "ann.l.sinclair" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Sunday, January 06, 2002 10:29 PM
Subject: Sinclair Link to Epic Australian Voyage.
> Ian Newman, a helpful man, has gotten hold of a new article written by
> Mitchell from Cape Town on Point Sinclair in South Australia. Matthew
> Flinders named it after his midshipman
> Kennet Sinclair during his 1802 exploration of the coast.
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