Amy X
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Actually there was a prior Battle of Dunbar. I have to look for the year and if I remember correctly there was a Major Sinclair. It is not known as to what happened to him.......I have a new source I’m looking at and I will let you know more about John Sinclair sent to Exeter, NH. But I do know this that another list was found to have John on it as #97 from a list of Scottish indentured people. I will tell you where to find it if you don’t already have that list.
posted by Frankie Sinclair
Hi Amy, please check your pending merges, thanks!
posted by Bobbie (Madison) Hall
Rejected matches if you made them will show up in your list of contributions. You can see these above the badges and click Amy's #### contributions. Let me take a look at your contributions and will get back to you shortly. Regards,


Hello Amy,

You had 919 contributions. Thank you by the way your contributions are valuable to us. If you are on your profile page under your badges click on View all Badges. On the right side of the page you will see your count since the 1st of the month. WE just got this new tool and it's very helpful to keep track of your count. Also on the wikitree homepage about 3/4 of the way down you will see Top Contributors. If you counted rejected matches then that might explain why you thought you had 1000. Rejected matches don't count. If you have any questions please feel free to contact me. Regards, Michelle

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posted by Debby (Barton) Black
I started doing genealogy before my first child was born and continued in a limited way due to raising children and career. Now that I am retired I am able to spend more time on research.
posted by Amy X
Hi Amy,

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