Descendants of Donald SINCLAIR & Anne CLARK

Apparently Donald SINCLAIR was born and died on Mullindry Farm, Kilarrow Patish, Isle of Islay, Argyllshire Scotland. I have identified at least eight children, several of whom emigrated to Canada.
Donald and Anne's grandson Donald SINCLAIR (1829-1900) represented North Bruce in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario from 1867 to 1883 and was Registrar foe the County of Bruce from 1883 to 1900. in 1870 Donald married Isabella ADAIR in 1871 and they lived Paisley until moving to Walkerton in 1888. While inPaisley Donald was a merchant and apparently operated the store formerly owned by Thomas ORCHARD.


Mulindry distillery stands by a dam near the Neriby Burn and River Lagga that's about 2 miles to the southeast from Bridgend. It was established by John Sinclair in 1826 but the operating term was so short and they went bankrupt in1831. Part of the collapsed structure can be seen in the middle of the picture.

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