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Re: Rosslyn line, was Kings of Poland

That is an interesting chart but the line of decent is contradictory to both
Burke's and Debrett's  the George Wishart I know of was born in Angus
employed as a schoolteacher in Montrose where he was charged and arrested by
Bothwell before being tried for heresy by Cardinal Beaton, he was found
guilty and burned at St Andrews. This genealogy business seems beyond me. I
wonder if the Earls of Roslin are locking the cow from their own side of the
fence or the 'experts' are wrong.


From: "Stanley St. Clair" <srstclair@alltel.net>
To: <sinclair@quarterman.org>
Sent: Thursday, June 20, 2002 3:10 PM
Subject: Re: Rosslyn line, was Kings of Poland

> Dear Sinclair,
> I suppose the information that Glen is referring to came from the plaque
> installed at Rosslyn in 1977 by the Erskine-St. Clairs, "The Rosslyn
> Tree". See website below:
> http://sinclair.quarterman.org/pictures/rosslyn/familyXtree.html

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