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Irish Sinclairs - (Part 4 of 4)

From: The Saint-Clairs of the Isles, page 325, Chapter XIV.

             I R I S H    S C I O N S 

                             THE SINCLAIRS OF BALLYMENA.

     WILLIAM SINCLAIR, born in Drumbloo, Down, in 1676, went to New England
1729, settled in 1735 in Spencer, Mass., U.S.A., where he died 4th July,
1753. His 
wife, Mary, died 9th August, 1765, aged 79. Issue--
        1. ANNA, married John Cunningham.      2. MARY, married 5th May,
1738, Jonas Mayes.
        3. AGNES, married 11th December, 1746, William Breckinridge of
Palmer, Mass.
        4. ELIZABETH, married John Dunn of Northbridge, Mass.

SIR EDWARD BURROWES SINCLAIR (son of the Rev. Richard Sinclair, Vicar of
Cashel, Longford), born 1824 ; married, 1849, Louisa, daughter of John
Munn, M.D.; 
knighted 16th December, 1880; B.A., Trinity College, Dublin, 1847; M.A.,
M.D., 1861; King's Professor of Midwifery in School of Physics, Trinity
Dublin; Physician to Sir P. Dun's Hospital at Dublin; and Secretary of the
Department, Local Government Board, Ireland.
Residence--Upper Sackville-street, Dublin.

     MR. T. SINCLAIR of Hopefield, Belfast, one of the new Privy
Councillors for 
Ireland, is a prominent and popular Ulster Unionist. He has helped to
organise a 
number of great meetings in the province to protest against Home Rule. He
is a 
magistrate of Belfast City, and also of County Antrim, of which he is a
Lieutenant.  He has more than once refused to become a candidate for
Graphic, 11th January, 1896.

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