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Re: the Duchess of Windsor

In a message dated 12/13/2002 1:57:21 AM Eastern Standard Time, 
labehotiere@wanadoo.fr writes:

> Dear Mrs Grady and R S Grove
> I wrote "Wallace Warfield Simpson later the Duchess of Windsor has Sinclair
> connections with the colourful socialist and California  candidate Upton
> Beal Sinclair, himself a grandson of a prominent American Navel officer"
> This is accurate. The words speak for themselves.  The statement makes no
> assertion the Duchess of Windsor was a Sinclair. A family connection does
> not lead to or imply to the statement in the  message of 10 Dec 2002
> 06:54:39 EST "Wallace Warfield Simpson, the Duchess of  Windsor, whom King
> Edward VIII married, was a Sinclair."

[ Excess quotations omitted. ]


Since you are "from Missouri" and like to have things shown or spelled out, 
perhaps you can enlighten us as to exactly what "the Sinclair connection" was 
beween the two?

If that one sentence above you wrote is "accurate," do you mean by your 
spelling of Wallace that the Duchess was indeed secretly a male?  And the 
"American Navel Officer," was that someone policing navels or some physician 
specializing in just navels?

Susan Sinclair Grady

If that one sentence is correct is it being suggested from the spelling of 
Wallace that the Duchess was indeed secretly a he?  An

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