Capt. A. C. Sinclair, CSA Veteran
The Dillon Herald, Dillon, South Carolina
August 26, 1909, Vol. 15, No. 30
Death of Capt. Sinclair
On Tuesday morning Aug. 10, 1909 at 6 o'clock the spirit of A. C. Sinclair
took its flight to the God who gave it. Mr. Sinclair's parents were from Scotland and came
to this country in 1829. He was married just after the war to a daughter of Alexander Blue,
Mary Ann by name, to whom were born five children. One son, A. G. Sinclair, is in business
at Bennettsville, A. C. Sinclair is in Rowland, N. C., merchandising, one daughter married
D. M. Watson, of Rowland, and D. C. Sinclair and Miss Mary E. Sinclair reside on the farm
at Sinclair's x roads.
Mr. Sinclair was until about 10 years ago a member of the Presbyterian
Church but he took an active part in helping to build Oakland M. E. church and he then
connected himself with that church of which he was a consistent member when he died.
On July 12th, 1902 he married the second time, Miss H. J. Hargrove who survives him.
She is a daughter of the late Stephen Hargrove Esqr., who was well and favorably known
in is community. No issue from this marriage.
Capt. Sinclair served in the Confederate war and was promoted from
ranks December 1862. Was wounded at Petersburg in 1864 and was the surviving commander
of Fairlee's old company of Orrs rifles. He spent his life in rural pursuits and always
took active interest in religious as well as secular matters that had a tendency to
build up his community. He died at the age of 73 years beloved and respected by all who
David S. Allen
Transcribed by Helen B. Moody from microfilm at the Dillon Library, Dillon, South Carolina.
Submitted by Helen Moody, 15 Sept 2003.