Sinclair DNA 7 Years Old
By Steve St Clair The Sinclair DNA study was started by Stan St Clair and myself. I was stuck in the early 1800s, but knew that Stan St. Clair had a good connection back to a well-researched line going back to Prince William County, Virginia, USA. Given the geography of my ancestors in the 1800s, I knew we should match So I called Stan and talked him into testing with Family Tree DNA. His test...
William of Arques
By Steve St Clair “William, the son of Duke Richard II received from his nephew, William the conqueror, the earldom of Arques, and built this castle there. Other writers ascribe the origin of the fortress to the eighth century, and others to the latter part of the twelfth. Nothing is now left sufficiently perfect to determine the point, nor any thing that can justly be considered decisive...
Thetford Priory | English Heritage →
The Sinclair DNA study has been very interested in this and other sites where the medieval St Clair family were witnessing charters for priories and abbeys. The other names who also witnessed are very enlightening.
Why Sinclair DNA is on Tumblr
By Steve St Clair DNA is a scientific way of learning about ancient times. The Internet has revolutionized the way we do genealogy research. These two facts make it imperative that the Sinclair DNA Study participate in social media. By doing so, we’ve connected with others who we might otherwise never have met. Recently, I was working with a wonderful researcher on some research...