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Mrs. Anne Sinkler Le Clercq

Mrs. Anne Sinkler Le Clercq
  • January 14, 1942 - June 19, 2014
  • Charleston, South Carolina
  • Memorials may be made to;
  • Friends of the Daniel Library, The Citadel
    171 Moultrie Street
    Charleston, SC 29409
  • Memorials may be made to:
  • Trident United Way
    6296 Rivers Avenue
    N.Charleston, SC 29406

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Are hearts are so sorrowful as we just learned of Angie's passing.

Our endless admiration and love for you both has made every trip to Charleston an adventure and we are so sorry for your loss.

Angie was indeed one of the most elegant, kind and remarkable women we have ever had the honor to have known.

Our love to you, your sons, and your family.

A huge loss indeed and Charleston will never be the same without her lovely presence.

Marta and Bill Gray

Posted by: William and Marta Gray - Charlottesville, VA - Friends   Aug 03, 2015

Fred, I'm afraid I'm late to the wake, having just learned of Angie's death. But I shall never forget her vital part in our youthful adventures, and then she just continued to grow into an even more splendid person. I grieve for her, but I grieve more for you, old friend. I shall always remember her and you fondly.

Posted by: Michael Osborn - Memphis, TN - friend   Feb 16, 2015

This was very sad to hear of her passing. I met her at a party for a mutual friend and loved her humour, joie de vivre and brilliance.
She will be much missed by her friends.

Posted by: Preston Dyar - Flat Rock, NC - Friend   Jul 17, 2014

Dear Fred,
Bob and I were so distressed to return from out-of-town and read of Angie's death. She has always been such a bright light, and her memory shall live on in many people who knew or even only met her.
We send you our thoughts and prayers, and we shall raise a toast to her on a beautiful pink sky sunset in Knoxville.
Our love to you,
Diana and Bob

Posted by: Diana Carter Samples - Knoxville, TN   Jul 16, 2014

We were so sorry to hear of Angie's passing. I have warm memories of her and Fred's gracious hospitality to us northern cousins when we joined Sidney on a trip to do genealogical research. They were in the midst of a move and renovation and still made time to welcome and entertain us. Thinking of your whole family with love.

Posted by: Betsy Coe (Poor) - Philadelphia, PA   Jun 29, 2014

Memories-I so enjoyed your writings about your grandmother and her recipes and living on the plantation now under Lake Marion. Your book-An Antebellum Plantation Household inspired me to continue my research into my family heritage. You have touch so many peoples lives. Rest in Peace. My condolences to your family.

Posted by: Mary - Summerville, SC   Jun 25, 2014

Fred and Family:
Donna and I have each of you in our prayers and thoughts. Angie was an energetic, wide open personality who will missed by all who knew her. Please remember all the good times....

Posted by: Joe & Donna Sullivan - Greenville,. Lake Summit, SC - Friends   Jun 24, 2014

Dear Fred, Ted, Ben and Kershaw,
Angie was a woman of great strength and courage. She was always gracious and kind to us, and we shall always remember her smile, her love of life, and her love for all whom she met. We shall miss her. We pray that God will comfort you at this time, and always. With love, Fran and Fred.

Posted by: Fred and Fran Thomforde - Knoxville, TN - Friends   Jun 24, 2014

Pineopolis: Angie and I grew up there at the same time. I do remember Cousin Ann and Dr. Fishburne, Angie, and her sisters. Angie was a kind, sweet, loving young lady.

I made it a point to get her books. That way, when I walk by them, I can have a pleasant memory of my childhood. Good bye sweet lady. You will be missed.

Family, you may remember me a Deacon or "Deke."

Posted by: Henry Ravenel Porcher - Columbia, SC - cousin   Jun 23, 2014

We were saddened to hear of Angie's death and send our deepest sympathy to the family. We spoke with her regarding her research into the history of the Tuxedo, NC community and appreciated her interest and her diligent scholarship.
Tom and Mae Boys, Lake Summit/Tuxedo

Posted by: Tom and Mae Boys - Tuxedo, NC - Lake Summit neighbors   Jun 23, 2014