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Looking through the names circling around the de Tosny family, you will see St Clair among them, possibly twice (using different surnames). Two interesting names here, among others, are Hubert de Ryes and Hamo St Clair. But the Bigod family were involved with others who have proven to be closely connected to the St Clair / Sinclair family - Warren, Vaux, and many others. #Genealogy #Medieval

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This is a training video on how to manage your FTDNA kit settings to get the most out of your participation in the Sinclair DNA study.

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Thanks for following the Sinclair St Clair DNA study on YouTube. The latest video explains the steps to order FTDNA's incredible Big Y test, the most definitive test ev

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My friend Zena Halpern is launching a new book in February with potentially explosive research on pre-Columbian exploration to the New World. See some of the artifacts from her research here - https://zenahalpern.info/2016/12/23/sneak-peak-of-zena-halperns-artifacts
Click around the website and keep an eye out for her new book.


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Do you "believe" Prince Henry Sinclair was in North America
Will 2017 be the year people stop "believing" in the Prince Henry Sinclair story and begin to use the word "evidence?" I'm skeptical, but there are two interesting research projects which have a chance of giving the story some actual evidence. Both will lik...

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New book coming which mentions Sinclair DNA in North America
My friend Zena Halpern is finishing up research which mentions that Prince Henry Sinclair was in North America, or at least on Oak Island. I've seen large parts of her research and must say it's definitely interesting. I have not seen the actual manuscript ...

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The early Malet / St Clair connections in England are interesting.

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St. Clair Malet Connections in Medieval England
I’ve been reading about an interesting branch of the Saint-Clair family in Butleigh, Somerset, near Ashcott. The land was held by the Malet family. The early St. Clairs had connections with the Malet family. For instance,  Sir John Malet married Sybil de St...

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The Enigmatic Sinclairs - Original Research Makes It the Top Resource for Sinclair Researchers
As you can see, I've already marked a ton of information in my copy Gerald Sinclair and Rondo B B Me's new book The Enigmatic Sinclairs  is, in a word, extraordinary.   Before its publication, researchers like me relied on books like: R.W. Saint-Clair’s The...
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