Hon. Thomas Sinclair Jr., St. Andrew’s

Possible photograph:

Source: Harriet Inkster McMurray photo collection. She was a cousin of Thomas Sinclair Jr. This is definitely not Thomas Sinclair Sr. (she has his photo as well). Harriet’s collection features family members. My best guess, therefore, is that this is Thomas Sinclair Jr. [I have not found another Thomas Sinclair who is a direct relative of Harriet and of the right age to have had this photo taken c.1860-1870.]

Existing Biography:

Positions in the Provisional Government of Assiniboia:

Biographical Notes:

Date of Birth: 9 April 1841

Place of Birth: Red River Settlement

Father: Thomas Sinclair (born c.1810) Rupert’s Land

Mother: Hannah Cummings (1812-1846)

Marriage: Alice Matilda Davis (1857-1880)

Occupation: farmer

Date of Death: 8 March 1888


[1] ‘Legislative Assembly of Assiniboia. Second Session,’ New Nation (27 May 1870), 1. See also ‘Legislative Assembly of Assiniboia (1st Session …),’ New Nation (8 April 1870), 1, 2, which, reporting on the proceedings of 18 March names ‘Hon. Mr. Sinclair,’ without stating whether this was Thomas, or John Sinclair representing St. Peter’s, further, the report on proceedings of 23 March state that ‘Thos. Sinclair, of St. Andrews’ died, with an additional notice describing him as age 60. The remarks on his career indicate his son, Thomas Sinclair Jr. (a.k.a. ‘Young Tom’), was more likely to have been the Assembly member.

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Family Ties:

1. SINCLAIR, Thomas [‘Old Tom’]. Born c.1810/1812 to William SINCLAIR I (of Stromness, Orkney [see https://hallnjean.wordpress.com/seafarers/lecture-transcript-an-introduction-to-the-history-of-aboriginal-sailors-of-hudson-bay/captain-colin-robertson-sinclair/family-network-of-captain-colin-robertson-sinclair/]) and Nahoway/Margaret HOLDEN/HALDANE (or, by some accounts, NORTON [See In Search of Nahoway: Conflicting Family Traditions and the Question of Paternity]); One of “of the most eminent citizens at Red River,” a boat brigade captain, miller, carpenter, and merchant, [see also “To Red River and Beyond (Third Paper),” Harper’s New Monthly Magazine 22 (1861): 312; and W.J. Healy, Women of Red River (1923), 36, 42, 184, 200, 203]; Member of the Council of Assiniboia [see mention in Henry Youle Hind, Narrative of the Canadian Red River exploring expedition of 1857: and of the Assiniboine and Saskatchewan exploring expedition of 1858, Volume 1 (Longman, Green, Longman and Roberts, 1860), 185]; died 5:30 pm. 22 March 1870.

– sp. CUMMINGS, Hannah. Born 1812, daughter of former North West Company clerk Cuthbert CUMMING/CUMMINGS and an Aboriginal woman known only as  Susette, Hannah was sister to Cuthbert CUMMINGS Jr. and four to five other siblings; Hannah died 23 October 1846; burial St. Andrews, Red River Settlement.

2. SINCLAIR, William. Born 6 December 1832; died 1897.

Scrip affidavit for Sinclair, William; born: 6 December 1832; father: Thomas Sinclair (Métis); mother: Hannah Sinclair (Métis); claim no: 323; scrip no: 2434 to 2441; date of issue: May 1, 1876; amount: $160 =

– sp. MACDONALD, Jane Jennie. Born 24 October 1838/1839 to Donald McDONALD and Jane BEAUDRY; died 1932.

Scrip affidavit for Sinclair, Jane; born: October 24, 1839; husband: Wm. Sinclair; father: Donald McDonald (Scot.); mother: Jane Beaudry (Métis); claim no: 324; scrip no: 2442 to 2449; date of issue: May 1, 1876; amount: $160 =

3. SINCLAIR, Hannah. Born 1857; Died 1875.

3. SINCLAIR, Margaret Jane. Born 1864; died 1901.

– sp. COWIE, Isaac. Born 1848, Lerwick, Shetland Islands, Scotland,; HBC servant; author, The Company of Adventurers: A Narrative of Seven Years in the Service of the Hudson’s Bay Company during 1867-1874, 1913; died 1917.

4. COWIE, Margaret Cecelia Euphenia. Born 1886; died 1889.

4. COWIE, Jean Sinclair. Born 1888; died 1982.

– sp. HARRY, Wilmont/Wilmot [?] Earl [Lieutenant]. Died 1941.

4. COWIE, Ruby Beresford. Born 1889; Died 1994.

– sp. JOHNSTONE, Edward B. [Captain].

5. JOHNSTONE, Barbara Ann. [‘of Selkirk’]

4. COWIE, John Colin. Born 1890; died1892.

4. COWIE, William Cecil. Born 1892; died 1965.

– sp. Mabel.  Born 1886; Died 1975.

4. COWIE, Jessie MacFarlane. Born Born 1894; died 1912.

4. COWIE, Mary Frances. Born 1895; died 1975.

– sp. PRATTENTON, Edward H.

4. COWIE, Victor Isaac. Born 1899; died 1961.

– sp. SPAIRS, Helen.

3. SINCLAIR, Charles Cuthbert. Born 1870; HBC Clerk promoted to District Manager 1887-1931; died 1944. See family photos: http://bit.ly/21o8g8

– sp. COLCLEUGH, Islay Mary. Born 1871; died 1949.

4. SINCLAIR, Moray McDougal. Born 21 February 1900, Prince Albert [Saskatchewan]; died 1964.

Listed in the 1901 Census [line 36 ]; and the 1911 Census of Canada as grandson of Flora Bruce Colcleugh, 15 Cambridge Apartments, Vancouver City, British Columbia [see http://automatedgenealogy.com/census11/EDBirthYear.jsp?id=3795&year=1900].

– sp. McCARTHY, Madelane.

4. SINCLAIR, Islay Ramona. Born 1905; singer and actress; married 1950; died 13 August 1978.

Winnipeg Free Press – Deaths – August 18, 19 , 1978

Suddenly, While on a visit to Vancouver, Islay Ramona McBean (nee Sinclair) dearly loved wife of William Dawson McBean, 53 Hibberson Crescent, Victoria, B.C., died on August 13, 1978.

Born in Winnipeg in 1905, Ramona McBean, younger child of Charles C. and Islay (Colclough) Sinclair, grew up at Norway House, Edmonton and Winnipeg, her father being a Northern Districts manager in the fur trade of the Hudson Bay Company and was predeased by her greatly loved brother , Moray “Spook” Sinclair.

Beginning in Edmonton in her early teens, in Winnipeg Montreal and Victoria , Ramona McBean was for 38 years , well known as an accomplished amateur-professional singer in light operas and for her many theatrical roles from the days of the Winnipeg Philharmonic, Lyric, Society, and Little Theatre (“The Immortal Hour”, “The Chocolate Soldier”, etc.) to M.T.C. with whom she played lead roles in “Arsenic and Old Lace”, “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof”, “The Glass Menagerie”, “Death of a Salesman”, and ” Hedda Gabler”, etc. During recent years she had played with the Neptune Theatre Halifax, and in a number of productions of Bastion Theatre Victoria. From very early radio days, she preformed on CBC and other networks, her last radio performance being a few months ago on a CBC special show about “Bungee; the Red River Dialect” or “talk”.

For many years she was employed by the Sun Life in Montreal. During the Second World War she was secretary to the Deputy Minister of National Defence (Army), Ottawa, and to the G.O.C. of M.D.10, Winnipeg; until her marriage in 1950 to Bill McBean

Besides her husband, she is survived by three nieces and nephews, Dr. Colin Sinclair, Piedmont, Calif., Donald Sinclair, Melita Man., and Judt (Mrs. David) Hughes, Toronto; and by four cousins; Mrs. Dorthy B. Garbutt, Winnipeg; Murray Colclough, North Vancouver; Mrs. J. S. Harry, Maple Creek; and Mrs. Edwin B. Johnstone, Selkirk, Man.

Her funeral service will be held Saturday, August 26, 1978 at the beloved church of her father’s, Old St. Andrews-on-the-Red, St Andrews, Manitoba, at 2:00 p.m., where her ashes will be buried in the family plot. The rector the Rev. R. O. Brownlee, will officiate.”

– sp. McBEAN, William Dawson. Born c. 1906, son of Henry McBEAN and Letitia THOMPSON.

3. SINCLAIR, Colin. Born 1873; died 1916.

2.SINCLAIR, Elizabeth. Born 1834.

2. SINCLAIR, Cuthbert Cummings. Born 1835; HBC Chief Trader; died 1900.

– sp. MOWATT, Mary Jane. Born 1858; died 1938.

3. SINCLAIR, Thomas Andrew. Born 1878.

– sp. SEABORN, Edith Pearl.

3. SINCLAIR, Lillian. Born 1878; died 1910.

3. SINCLAIR, Cuthbert. Born 1881; died 1919.

3. SINCLAIR, James Sidney. Born 1883; dies 1940.

– sp. BLOXHAM, Winifred.

4. SINCLAIR, Patricia.

– sp. HAUSER.

4. SINCLAIR, Edith Ruth.

3. SINCLAIR, Stanley.

3. SINCLAIR, Colin. Born 1888.

3. SINCLAIR, Florence. Born 1893.

3. SINCLAIR, Lawrence Charles. Born 1896; died 1917.

3. SINCLAIR, Margaret. Born 1897; died 1922.

– sp. GODDARD, Fred.

4. GODDARD, Gerald.

4. GODDARD, William.

4. GODDARD, Margaret.

3. SINCLAIR, Clifford. Born 1899.

– sp. BEAUDRY, Ethel.

2. SINCLAIR, Anne. Born 1839; died 1840.

2. SINCLAIR, Thomas [‘Young Tom’]. Born 9 April 1841 Red River Settlement; baptized 10 May 1841; member of the Legislative Assembly of Assiniboia in the Provisional Government of 1870; after 1870, was appointed a magistrate, the first registrar of land titles, and Councillor of Assiniboia in the new province of Manitoba; took scrip; took patent for Lots 46, 245 and 246 outer two miles Parish of St. Andrews 1877-1878; first marriage 1875; second marriage 1882; founding member of the Selkirk and North-Western Railway Company [1883]; for a short time was the Mayor of Selkirk; died 8 March 1888.

Scrip affidavit for Sinclair, Thomas; born: 9 April 1841; on list =

– sp. DAVIS, Alice Matilda. Born 23/27 November 1857 St. Andrews, Red River Settlement, daughter of George Davis (who applied for scrip for his children) and Catherine Birston; baptised 14 December 1857; married 30 September 1875, St. Andrew’s, Red River; died c. 22 April 1880 [burial].

Scrip affidavit for Davis, George; concerning the claims of his children; John Thomas Davis (deceased), born: 6 January 1856, died: 24 November 1873; Matilda Alice Davis, born: 23 November 1857; Frances Edith Davis, born: 12 November 1859; Ann Elizabeth Davis, born: 24 December 1861; George Davis (deceased), born: 17 February 1865, died: 14 May 1872; Margaret Davis, born: 30 January 1869; William Davis, born: 12 April 1869 =

– sp. TRUTHWAITE, Harriet/Henrietta Maria. Baptized 17 January 1858, St. Andrew’s, Red River Settlement; married Thomas Sinclair 5 April 1882; second marriage to Malcolm Ross, 26 January 1898; died 16 January 1949.

3. SINCLAIR, Thomas Truthwaite. Born 1883; died 1883.

3. SINCLAIR, Cuthbert Allan. Born 1884; died 1958.

– sp. HARRIOTT, Harriet Louisa. Born 1878; died 1952.

4. SINCLAIR, Thomas Harriott. Born 1907; died 1982.

– sp. LARTEN, Vera Eileen.

4. SINCLAIR, Ralph Simmons ‘Ray’. Born 1909; died 1987.

– sp. GOFF, Mary Edith. Born 1910.

4. SINCLAIR, Dorothy Gertrude. Born 1911.

– sp. HAWES, Francis Churchill. Died 1969.

4. SINCLAIR, Mary Catherine McDermot. Born 1915; died 1986.

– sp. SUTHERLAND, Douglas Gordon. Born 1915.

4. SINCLAIR, Cuthbert Allan Jr. [‘died at an early age’]

3. SINCLAIR, Irene Lillian. Born 1888.

– sp. HART, William H.

4. HART, Dorothy.

– sp. FOX, Reginald.

2. SINCLAIR, Margaret. Born 23 May 1843/1844; married 23 May 1861 at Lower Fort Garry, wedding journey to London that year; remarried after death of first husband to John Allen; died 1921.

Scrip affidavit for Allen, Margaret; widow of Robert Clare wife of; John Allen; born: May 23, 1844; father: Thomas Sinclair (Métis); mother: Hannah Cummings (Métis); claim no: 1; date of issue: 1876, May 7; amount $160 =

– sp. CLARE, James Robert. Born 1 November 1827, son of Stephen Clare; educated at the Royal Naval School in Camberwell; Chief Factor, HBC; died 3 January 1867 of dysentery in London, England while on a business trip.

3. CLARE, James. Born 1861.

3. CLARE, Arthur Cumming. Born 1866; Police Chief, Municipality of St. Andrews ‘for many years’; died 1935.

– sp. McDONALD, Rosalie. Born 1867; died1941.

4. CLARE, Margaret. Born 1891.

– sp. ROCHON, J.

4. CLARE, Rosalie. Born 1893; died 1923.

4. CLARE, Susan.

– sp. MILLER.

– sp. LATENDRE, J.

4. CLARE, Annie.

4. CLARE, Charlotte.

4. CLARE, Bessie.

4. CLARE, James S. Born 1902; resided on the east side of the Red River, across from Parkdale.

– sp. Ivy May. Born 1906; died 1977.

3. CLARE, Stephen.

– sp. ALLAN, John Beresford [Colonel]. Born 1840/1841, Armagh, Ireland; served in the American Civil War; volunteer in the Wolseley Expedition of 1870; joined the ]North West Mounted Police 1874; elected to the Manitoba Legislature 1883; active service in North West Rebellion of 1885; land speculator in Winnipeg 1897; died 9 October 1927 in Vancouver BC; burial at Burnaby BC.

3. ALLAN, John W. [Not John B. ALLAN?; not John William ALLAN born 1872, married Cybele BURGESS, and died 1943?].

?– sp. MCGACHAN, Marjorie Frances. Widowed; remarried to S. Melville WEBB.

?4. ALLAN, Barbara.

?4. ALLAN, Beresford. Born 7 November 1907, Manitoba; raised by grandparents; died 2001.

?4. ALLAN, Frances.

?4. ALLAN, Eleanor.

?3. ALLAN, Margaret Hannah.

?3. ALLAN, Harriet.

– sp. PRUDEN, Caroline Sargent. Born 1830/1831 at Carlton House, daughter of John Peter Pruden (HBC service) and Nancy, a First Nations woman; married Thomas Sinclair 3 March or April 1850 at St John’s; remarried after the death of her husband in 1870 to Albert Sargent; died in Winnipeg, Manitoba, 1908. See photograph, Glenbow Museum online collection.

Scrip affidavit for Sinclair, Caroline; widow of late Thomas Sinclair (now wife of Albert Sargent); James A. Sinclair, born: 5 June 1858; Caroline Sinclair, born: 17 March 1861; Frederick Sinclair, born: 5 June 1865; Maria Louisa Sinclair, born: 5 August 1868 =

2. SINCLAIR, Anne Harriet. Born 13 August 1851; died 1935. Scrip affidavit for Strong, Ann, Harriet; born: August 13, 1851; husband: Andrew Strong; father: Thomas Sinclair (Métis); mother: Caroline Pruden (Métis); claim no: 1722; scrip no: 10623; date of issue: September 20, 1876; amount: $160 =

– sp. STRANG, Andrew Struthers. Born 1849; President, Winnipeg Industrial Exhibition, 1895 (see poster below); died 1913.

“Winnipeg Industrial Exhibition:  5th annual exhibition – 1895.” Note Andrew Strang’s name, bottom left of text describing the exhibition. Source: Library and Archives Canada, Acc. No. 1981-58-1 Source: Mr. John N. Mappin, Montréal, Québec.

3. STRANG, Margaret Caroline. Born 1871; died 1928.

– sp. CLIFFORD, Robert A.M. Born 1864; died 1911.

4. CLIFFORD, Cecil.

– sp. McBRIDE, Alix.

4. CLIFFORD, Andrew M. Born 1899; died 1939.

3. STRANG, Alexander Reginald. Born 1874; died 1874.

3. STRANG, Algernon. Born 1875; died 1930.

– sp. ANSLEY, Mabel Victoria. Born 1875; died 1927.

4. STRANG, John.

– sp. BROWN, Peggy.

4. STRANG, Avis.

– sp. McLEOD, Robert.

– sp. HERCHMER, Birdie.

3. STRANG, Campbell Sinclair [Captain]. Born 1878; died 1939.

– sp. BEECHER, Lillian.

4. STRANG, Sheila.

3. STRANG, Walter Ewing.

– sp. BARTON, Louise.

4. STRANG, Andrew.

– sp. SMITH, Verna.

4. STRANG, Mary.

3. STRANG, Harriet.

– sp. McKENZIE, Peter.

3. STRANG, Harold Beresford [Captain]. Born 1897; died 1969.

3. STRANG, Ethel Sinclair. Born 1884; died 1979.

– sp. SWAN, Robert Rennie [Md]. Born 1876; died 1952.

4. SWAN, Robert S. [Md]. Born 1912; died 1971.

4. SWAN, John A. [Dr].

– sp. FLANDERS, Ann.

4. SWAN, David R. [Dr].

3. STRANG, Janet Marion Sinclair. Born 1889; died 1986.

– sp. CAMERON, Angus Purkis [Major]. Born 1885; died 1953.

4. CAMERON, Harold.

4. CAMERON, Ann.

4. CAMERON, Lorna.

3. STRANG, Victor S. Born 1896; died 1956.

3. STRANG, Robin S. Born 1891; died 1954.

2. SINCLAIR, John Edward. Born 11 July 1855; married the first time in 1883; married the second time in 1898; died 1933.

Sinclair, John Edward; for Benjamin Colin Campbell McKenzie, deceased; address: Prince Albert, Saskatchewan; born: 13 January 1878 at Prince Albert; died: 1888 at Deloraine; father: Samuel McKenzie (deceased Métis); mother: Ann Spencer (Métis); heirs: John Edward Sinclair, scrip cert.: form D, no. 1163; for $48.00; Andrew McKenzie, scrip cert.: form D, no. 1165 for $48.OO; Roderick McKenzie; Lydia McKenzie; William McKenzie scrip issued for $48.00 each; claim no. 446 ;

Sinclair, John Edward; for Samuel Lawrence Clarke McKenzie, deceased; address: Prince Albert, Saskatchewan; born: 23 April, 1876 at Prince Albert; died: 22 February 1889 at Deloraine; father: Samuel McKenzie (Métis deceased); mother: Ann Spencer (Métis); heirs: John Edward Sinclair, scrip cert.: form D, no. 1167; for $48.00; Andrew McKenzie, scrip cert.: form D, no. 1169 for $48.00; Roderick McKenzie; Lydia McKenzie; William McKenzie, scrip issued for $48.00 each: claim no. 445 ;

Sinclair, John Edward; for Jemima Augusta McKenzie, deceased; address: Prince Albert, Sakatchewan; born: 1874 at Prince Albert, Saskatchewan; died: 1879 at Prince Albert, Saskatchewan; mother: Ann Spencer (Métis); father: Samuel McKenzie (deceased Métis); heirs: John Edward Sinclair, scrip cert.: form D, no. 1177; for $40.00; Andrew McKenzie, scrip cert.: form D, no.1179 for $40.00; Annie Farwell, $80.00; Roderick McKenzie, $40.00; Lydia Sinclair, $40.00; William McKenzie, $40.00; claim no. 448

– sp. McKENZIE, Lydia Veronica. Born 1863/1866 to Charles McKenzie and Bethsy/Elizabeth Ross; died 1892.

W.R. GUNN, ENQUIRING FOR HALF-BREED SCRIP OF LYDIA VERONICA MCKENZIE 1886-1889. File.

3. SINCLAIR, Cora Bell. Born 28 April 1884; died 1887.

Sinclair, John Edward; heir to his deceased daughter, Cora Bell Sinclair; address: Prince Albert; born: 28 April, 1884 at Prince Albert; died: October 1887 at Stanley Mission; father: John Edward Sinclair (Métis and deponent); mother: Lydia McKenzie (Métis); scrip cert.: form F, no. 35 for $240.00; claim no.76

3. SINCLAIR, Bertram. Born 1886; died 1893.

3. SINCLAIR, Frederick Stanley. Born 1888; died 1968.

– sp. BELL, Caroline Clarke. Born 1891; died 1979.

4. SINCLAIR, Margaret Myrtle Bell. Born 1913.

– sp. BODINGTON, John Derryk.

4. SINCLAIR, Muriel.

– sp. POWLES, George P.S. [Dr.].

3. SINCLAIR, Edward Allan. Born 1889; died 1893.

– sp. ARMSTRONG, Frances Myrtle. Born 1870; died 1947. For Armstrong family history, with biographical notes on husband John Edward Sinclair, see http://mobley.ca/Armstrong_Family.html.

3. SINCLAIR, Christina Margaret. Born 1891.

3. SINCLAIR, Muriel Mrytle. Born 1900.

3. SINCLAIR, John Elmer.

– sp. NOBLE, Lillian.

4. SINCLAIR, John.

4. SINCLAIR, Michael.

4. SINCLAIR, Thomas.

2. SINCLAIR, James Henry. Born 5 June 1858; died 1913.

Scrip affidavit for Sinclair, Caroline; widow of late Thomas Sinclair (now wife of Albert Sargent); James A. Sinclair, born: 5 June 1858; Caroline Sinclair, born: 17 March 1861; Frederick Sinclair, born: 5 June 1865; Maria Louisa Sinclair, born: 5 August 1868 =

– sp. ROSS, Mary.

3. SINCLAIR, Gordon. Born 1884; died 1963.

– sp. PULLEN, Emily. Born 1872; died 1963.

3. SINCLAIR, Winnifred. Born 1897; died 1979.

– sp. MOLLER, Roy William. Born 1895; died 1937.

4. MOLLER, Gladys.

– sp. CORDER, John ‘Jay’. Born 1911; died 1972.

– sp. SYMMES, Robert. Born 1914; died 1984.

4. MOLLER, Louise.

– sp. LAYTON, William.

4. MOLLER, Marion Ruth.

– sp. FELDSETH, Ernest.

– sp. TRENT, Reginald. Born 1892; died 1969.

– sp. GODDARD, Stuart. Born 1890; died 1979.

3. SINCLAIR, Edmund Allan. Born 1900; died 1956.

– sp. WOODE, Jennie Borwick. Born 1890; died 1975.

4. SINCLAIR, Audrey.

– sp. MARCOTTE, Alphia.

4. SINCLAIR, Lloyd Allan.

– sp. HOEY, Hazel Bernice.

4. SINCLAIR, Lorne.

– sp. HOLMES, Marjory.

4. SINCLAIR, Lorraine.

– sp. MARCOTTE, Arthur.

3. SINCLAIR, Edith. Born 1902; died 1983.

– sp. SINCLAIR, John Robert. Born 1891; died 1974.

4. SINCLAIR, Joy Winnifred.

– sp. PONCELET, Daniel C.

4. SINCLAIR, George Stuart.

– sp. POTTER, Gladys.

4. SINCLAIR, Arnold.

4. SINCLAIR, James William.

– sp. GOLDSTONE, Wanda Winnifred.

3. SINCLAIR, Frederick George. Born 1904; died 1985.

– sp. MUNRO, Clara Elizabeth. Born 1906; died 1980.

4. SINCLAIR, Donald George.

– sp. CHAPMAN, Vera May.

4. SINCLAIR, Stanley Malcolm.

– sp. ISBERG, Una Lonnie.

3. SINCLAIR, John Laurier. Born 1904; died 1988.

3. SINCLAIR, Joseph Arnold. Born 1906; died 1963.

– sp. MUNRO, Ruth Anderson. Born 1909.

4. SINCLAIR, Douglas Arnold.

– sp. REANEY, Mildred E.

4. SINCLAIR, Gerald Kenneth.

– sp. DOBROWOLSKY, Hilda.

– sp. MEYER, Helen.

4. SINCLAIR, John Munro.

3. Andrew Alexander ‘Bubs’. Born 1912; died 1988.

– sp. ARN, Winnifred.

4. SINCLAIR, Shirley Ruth.

– sp. JOHNSON, William Malcolm.

4. SINCLAIR, Grant Alexander.

– sp. HORNE, Yvonne Winifred.

4. SINCLAIR, Dale Montgomery.

– sp. PATTERSON, Frieda Kathleen.

4. SINCLAIR, Keith Robert.

– sp. ILOKLIKOVITS, Waltrude.

2. SINCLAIR, Caroline. Born 17 March 1861.

Scrip affidavit for Sinclair, Caroline; widow of late Thomas Sinclair (now wife of Albert Sargent); James A. Sinclair, born: 5 June 1858; Caroline Sinclair, born: 17 March 1861; Frederick Sinclair, born: 5 June 1865; Maria Louisa Sinclair, born: 5 August 1868 =

– sp. HERCHMER, Frederick.

3. HERCHMER, William.

– sp. WESTGATE, Elizabeth.

3. HERCHMER, Mary.

3. HERCHMER, Lawrence.

– sp. PETERS, Frances.

4. HERCHMER, Susan.

– sp. CRANSTON, Philip.

4. HERCHMER, Barbara.

– sp. GRAHAM, Stanley.

2. SINCLAIR, Frederick Clare. Born 5 June 1865; died 1952.

Scrip affidavit for Sinclair, Caroline; widow of late Thomas Sinclair (now wife of Albert Sargent); James A. Sinclair, born: 5 June 1858; Caroline Sinclair, born: 17 March 1861; Frederick Sinclair, born: 5 June 1865; Maria Louisa Sinclair, born: 5 August 1868 =

– sp. McKAY, Virginia Adelaide. Born 1877 to George McKay and Sarah Tait; died 1936.

Sinclair, Virginie Adelaide; address: Prince Albert, Saskatchewan; born: 18 January 1877 at Prince Albert, Saskatchewan; father: George McKay (Métis); mother: Sarah Tait (Métis); scrip cert.: form C, no. 213 for 240 acres; claim no. 309 ; McKay, Sarah for her deceased son, George Angus McKay; address: Prince Albert; born 5 January, 1881 at Prince Albert; died: 16 June, 1886 at Prince Albert; father: George McKay (deceased Métis); mother: Sarah tait (Scot and deponent); heirs: Sarah McKay, scrip cert.: form D, no. 159 for $34.28; Margaret Jane Paul, scrip cert.: form D, no. 1129 for $34.28; Mary Clinch; James McKay; Virginia Adelaide Sinclair; Cecil Emmerson Young; Ida Ellen McKay; scrip for $34.28 each; claim no. 108

3. SINCLAIR, Frederick. Born 1900; died 1937.

3. SINCLAIR, George Cuthbert. Born 1901; died 1936.

– sp. FONTAINE, Edna.

3. SINCLAIR, Margaret Alexandra. Born 1902.

– sp. ROSSER, Joe.

4. ROSSER, Terry.

4. ROSSER, Jane.

– sp. WILSON, C.D.

– sp. COTS, A.J.

3. SINCLAIR, Reginald.

– sp. BOEHM, Emily.

4. SINCLAIR, Donald.

– sp. PAUL, Jeanne.

4. SINCLAIR, Stacey.

2. SINCLAIR, Maria Louisa. Born 5 August 1868; died 1870.

Scrip affidavit for Sinclair, Caroline; widow of late Thomas Sinclair (now wife of Albert Sargent); James A. Sinclair, born: 5 June 1858; Caroline Sinclair, born: 17 March 1861; Frederick Sinclair, born: 5 June 1865; Maria Louisa Sinclair, born: 5 August 1868 =

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[Credit: The original research on which this page is based was commissioned for the Legislative Assembly of Assiniboia Project, by Aboriginal and Northern Affairs Manitoba. The current page is presented gratis — I have no funding from any agency.]

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