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James R. Sinclair

Since having my DNA analyzed by 23andme, I've been playing around with creating a family tree.

This is extremely difficult for me because most of the surnames down the line were very common. Not only that, but the sheer volume of men named "James" is mind-boggling.

My great-grandmother, Louisa - her father was a James, she married a James, and her son was a James.

And, I found, she had a nephew named James.

I found that little great-grand cousin of mine named James while searching for my great grandfather.

And here's where I get kinda teary eyed.

The little guy lived only 8 months back in 1894; and he was born on my birthday.

Sorry for whatever got you little cousin. I hope I've lived up to the date for you.

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