I originally asked for where I should look (or what resources were available to check) for his birth record. Therefore, the information I put into my original inquiry was appropriate for that question.
The report that I had paid for to have professionally done did NOT INCLUDE references nor copies of the documentation which I specifically asked for. The report was also incredibly late - after asking several times for it, I finally received something which was much less than what I had requested and he had the audacity to ask for additional money. Had the report been what I asked for originally, I would have paid and would not now be looking for the documentation that should have been provided.
As far as the death of James and Prudence - no I do NOT KNOW where they died. I have looked for their graves, I have looked for their death records, I have looked for obits and have found NOTHING in the area they lived. They might have gone back to Ireland for some reason. They might have gone someplace else for some reason - I just don't know. So, no, I did not LIE about this. Do not imply that I have. It was also not pertaining to my original question - therefore my not stating it in my original post was not lieing either.
Perhaps answering the questions as they are asked is what you should focus on instead of accusing others of lies of omission and going off on tangents that do not pertain to the original question. If you don't know the answer, then don't post an answer. It's not that hard.