Thomas Sinclair Jr.

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Thomas Sinclair (April 9, 1841 March 8, 1888) was a farmer and political figure in Manitoba. He served in the Legislative Assembly of Assiniboia. [1]

He was born in the Red River Settlement, Rupert's Land,the son of Thomas Sinclair and Hannah Cummings. Sinclair married Alice Matilda Davis. [1]

He died in Selkirk at the age of 46. [2]

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References

  1. 1 2 "Compilation of Biographies: Members of the Legislative Assembly of Assiniboia". Government of Manitoba. Retrieved 2013-12-26.
  2. "Genealogy Searches for Unrestricted Records". Government of Manitoba. Registration number 1888-001283. Retrieved 2013-12-21.