Earl Henry Sinclair's fictitious trip to America by Brian Smith; and so no Clan Gunn Westford Knight
I have just been re-reading Brian Smith's excellent article called 'Earl Henry Sinclair's fictitious trip to America' which was published in the New Orkney Antiquarian Journal volume 2 in 2002 and a revised version of which can be found at www.alastairhamilton.com/sinclair.htm
The point is simple; the Zeno narrative is total fiction - and he proves it. With the Zeno narrative being just fiction then there was no Earl Henry Sinclair trip to America as the Zeno narrative is the only source for this 'story'. And with the Zeno narrative being just a story there was no Clan Gunn Westford Knight as he was supposedly on that trip.
For more on why historically there was no Clan Gunn Westford knight see
which also includes archaeological commentary of why the Clan Gunn Westford Knight is a myth. And don't forget these Viking / Norse frauds are well known in the USA...
It's ludicrous that the Clan Gunn Westford Knight has any credence whatsoever - and it's equally ludicrous that Clan Gunn Societies give it credence.