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Casulty of War - Norman SINCLAIR 1878 - 1915

Article by mwilkie

Norman SINCLAIR was one of six children of George (1847-1917) and Mary (Phemister) Sinclair (1847-1931).


Norman was an engineer in Rhodesia who joined the Rhodesian Army at the outbreak of WWI. He was killed by a lion while on active service on the Rhodesian Frontier on 9th of May, 1915.


Norman's youngest brother, Thomas George SINCLAIR (1881-1914) was also an engineer in Rhodesia and joined the Rhodesian Army. He died in Mongu, Rhodesia on the 12th of October, 1914.

(Information provided by "The Sinclairs: A Family History", 1664-1992)

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by mwilkie Profile | Research | Contact | Subscribe | Block this user
on 2011-02-23 14:29:22

I'm a bit of a history buff. My brother Robert (Bob)from Ontario, Canada and a Thomas Middlemass from Scotland were researching the Sinclair family tree and sparked my interest in research.

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by edmondsallan on 2011-02-23 14:35:52

Thank you . Something like this is always very hard to find. I see you mention " Sinclairs " a Family history - It would be deeply appreciated by members ( now over 66,000 ) if you could see your way to put together a journal for all of us to peruse I am sure their is bound to
be someone with relationship to your family tree . Ok . Hope you may be able to assist us further - Regards - edmondsallan

by mwilkie on 2011-02-23 14:41:01

Thank you for the positive feedback. I'll try to submit some other entries from this book. (I don't think Thomas will mind...the more connections we can make, the better!)

Mark Wilkie

by mwilkie on 2011-02-23 14:43:40

If you have access to Ancestory.ca, you can view my WILKIE family tree which has links to the Sinclair family dating back to Robert Sinclair (circa 1650).

by janilye on 2011-02-24 23:52:17

Is this the Sinclair family from Prestonkirk, Haddington ?

by Chloe123 on 2011-03-28 02:55:47
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