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A vote for JQ - Aye!
I vote aye - that the list be continued as is presently constituted.
I have been one of the argumentative 'speakers'. I have also noted that
argument is not a desirable form of presentation.
Bits and pieces of Sinclair family show up on line these days. This is
from "Scottish Peerages forfeited after the risings of 1715 and 1745 and
for 1715: Sinclair Barony. The effect of the attainder came to an end
30 Nov 1762 and the Peerage was allowed accordingly.
>From "The Plantagenet Roll of the Blood Royal", p 167
Theodosia Harriet Wright, married 8 Sep 1863, William Houston Sinclair
(Morton Manor, Brading. I. W.) their issue:
Charles George Sinclair, b 5 Jan 1865
William Frederick Sinclair, b. 26 Apr 1867
John Houston Sinclair, b 6 Dec 1869
Theodosia Agnes Sinclair (no birth date given)
Listed as Barons from "Peerage of the UK, & Ireland, Vol I-IV," George
Edward Cokayne, London, The St. Catherine Press, Ltd. 1910-16
Sinclair: Sir John of Dunbeath-Caithness (S for Scotland) cr. 1631. B.
1794 suc. 1842, m. 1821 Margaret, dau John Learmouth, Esq. dec. Their
Sinclair: Sir John-Gordon, Capt, R.N., of Stevenson, Haddington S cr
1636, suc. 1795, m. 1812 Anne dau of the Hon. Admiral Michael deCoursy
of Kingsale, dec. Their son: Robert.
Sinclair: Sir John, of Longformacus, Berwickshire S cr 1664 suc 1796
Sinclair: Sir George, of Ulbster, Caithness-sh (E for England) cr 1786
B. 1790 suc 1835, m. 1816 Lady Catherine-Camilla Talmash, dau of the
late Lord Huntingtower and aunt of the Earl of Dysart. Their son: John
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