Yes you are right; history (of which genealogy is a segment) is a strange discipline. It seems that the greater or worse of an outlaw, robber, killer, etc.etc. a person is/was the more books will be written about that person and the more people want to claim kin to him/her. But those old folks that lived and worked within the law [even Quaker Law] whose only contribution was that they gathered their mules, oxen, their double shovel plows, their axes, crosscut saws, and their foot adzes, cleared the land for pastures, farms, and towns. They cut and hewed the timber for homes, forts, schools, hospitals, and courthouses. However many times they are so ho – hum, uninteresting that their births, marriages, and deaths will not rate a write up in the local newspapers. After allwho cares? Well I care! That is why I ask so many questions to so many people, even to the point of becoming a nuisance to some I’m afraid. Well thanks for giving me an opportunityto unload. I really appreciate your and all others for all help given.