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Prince Henry Sinclair
Sinclair Meetings and Gatherings
1973 General Meeting
– The first meeting of the Clan Sinclair Association,
held at the Deep River, Ontario home of founders
Roselma and Eddie Sinclair.
1974 General Meeting
– The second general meeting, this time in Norwood, Ontario,
and featuring pipe music. Regional representation was instituted.
1976 General Meeting
– The first general meeting attended by USA members,
and at which the first brochure and membership cards were
approved. Gordon Sinclair and the Earl of Caithness were exempted
from membership fees.
1977 General Meeting
– Another general meeting in Deep River attended by
USA members. Correspondents' interest in genealogy was noted.
1978 Clan Gathering
– Account of the first CSAC Gathering with the Clan Chief.
Clan Sinclair International Gathering 1979
– The first Nova Scotia Gathering.
1979 Gathering in the News
– Newspaper article.
1982 General Meeting
– General meeting in Kingston, Ontario at which Mac Sinclair
and his daughter Nancy were elected President and Secretary Treasurer.
News Bulletin No. 1
– Text of the first issue, 10 March 1982, of the newsletter
sent out by the Association's newly-elected President, Mac Sinclair
of Kingston, Ontario, and the Secretary-Treasurer, his daughter Nancy Staveley.
Clan Gathering (Nova Scotia) 1983
– President's report and other details.
CSAC 1984 General Meeting and Election of Officers
– President's report on the General Meeting of
7 April 1984 held in Kingston, Ontario.
CSSNS 1984 founding General Meeting
– Report on the first general meeting
of Clan Sinclair Society of Nova Scotia, the election
of officers and the dues setup.
The 1995 Gathering
– Lee St Clair reports on the 1995 CSAC Gathering
in Nova Scotia.
Sinclair 2000: A Personal View
– The Chief's journal of the first International Clan
Sinclair Gathering in Scotland, July 25th through August 3rd, 2000.
Reflections on September 2000 Boylston Guysborough
Celebrations: The Seven Roses voyage
– An historic thank you – A sacred sign,
by Jack Sinclair.
Letters from the Chief
The Summer of 1999
– Visits to Caithness, Norway and the USA.
– New Year message, with Sinclair Girnigoe update.
Sinclair 2000: A Personal View
– The Chief's journal of the first international Clan
Sinclair Gathering, July 25th through August 3rd, 2000.
– News of Caithness, plans for Berrie's 21st birthday party.
The Summer of 2001
– News of the Chief and his family, John Thurso,
Andrew Sinclair's book Blood and Kin, and Niven Sinclair.
– Letter welcoming all to the Clan Sinclair Association Canada
website, which was launched 16 March 2002.
Grandfather Mountain Highland Games 2004
– Reports from the Games, sent to the
Flowers of the Forest
The roll of clan members who have gone on before:
– George Sinclair, Colin Sinclair, Gordon A. Sinclair,
Murray Sinclair, Clara Mae Sinclair, Gordon Wilson.
– Mary Sinclair, Matthew Sinclair, Roy Sinclair,
E.G. Sinclair, Donald Archibald Sinclair.
– LCol. John MacKay Sinclair, Herbert G. Sinclair,
Alexander F. Sinclair, Rev. Dr. D.M. Sinclair, Dr. Jonathan Sinclair,
Maude (Sinclair) Liston, George Sinclair, Cecil Hubert Sinclair.
– Nancy E. Neill, David Daniel Sinclair, Dorothy Bowman,
Robert Sinclair, Christine Sinclair, Sarah Anne McKay, Huntly MacDonald
– Arthur Rowe, MacLean Sutherland, Robert Ernest Sinclair,
Dr. Hugh Macdonald Sinclair.
– Dr. Jack Sinclair, Alexander Sinclair, Reginald Charles
Lundy, George S. Sinclair.
– Diana Countess Caithness, Katherine Stone Sinclair,
Roselma (Lake) Sinclair,
Lindsay M. Sinclair, The Rt. Hon. Viscount Thurso of Ulbster,
Elmer Hunter, Gordon Maxwell Sinclair.
– W.R. "Bob" Sinclair, Elizabeth Sinclair Stevens,
G. William Sinclair, Jim Whittall.
– Charles Hipple, Donnie MacLeod,
H.S. "Pete" Cummings, Lena Smith, Vera Henderson,
Mary Baird Sinclair, Olive Sinclair, Shirley Lundy.
– D.L. "Sandy" Sinclair, David A. Sinclair,
Allan Lees, Bet Bird, Bill Sinclair, Jessie C. Sinclair,
James St Clair.
– Ivan Sinclair, Kenny Thorpe.
Clan Sinclair Associations
Sinclairs in Canada
Sinclairs in Argyll
- A Genealogical Enquiry
– Opening the discussion about the connection
between Argyll Sinclairs, Caithness and Rosslyn.
- Early Sinclairs of Argyll
– Karen J. Matheson's article on how the Clan
Mac na Ceard became Sinclairs.
- The Sinclairs' March
– Rory Sinclair's report on the piobaireachd
called Spaidsearaichd Mhic nan Cearda
also known as "The Red Ribbon".
Sinclairs in Norway