A couple of clarifications on some comments. I also feel that it would be best to consolidate any feedback into one forum and that is very good advice. So much information was coming in so fast, that it was difficult to keep track of it. The first time I adding my first comment the system suggested that I post the same thing on suggested state forum's which I did do but looking back, it would have been better to post a link to one site. I did try to share things I was able to sort through the information but it was difficult to keep up with it all. This history is so very complicated and I saw so many different opinions of so many areas that my brain started to end up in a roller coaster ride. I did check out your link above and there was some very good information there also but also some missing pieces, date errors such as David H Lowe's death place and date etc. So much information is out there and only as we share what we have and where we got the information, will the right facts come to light. I think that an overload of information from so many places is what helps to frustrate the process.
Here is some information that I saw on the tree link you posted in the message above:
William Lowe B: abt 1805 ,,Virginia,USA D:
Mary Elizabeth Sanderlin B: 1807 PA or New Jersey,USA D:
David Lowe Son B: Jul 1835 Jefferson, Ohio, United States D: 1870 <------------------------------ Not right (1911 CA) Jefferson, Ohio, United States
Sarah J. Lowe Daughter B: 1838 OH
William H Lowe Son B: 1840 IN
John Chambers F. Lowe Son B: 15 Dec 1842 Dayton, Tippecanoe Co, Indiana D: 21 Feb 1915 Los Olivos, Santa Barbara, California, USA
Cyrus L. Lowe Son B: 1845 WI
Mary Elizabeth Lowe Daughter B: 10 Nov 1848 Albany, Green, Wisconsin, United States D: 23 Jul 1918 Prescott, Yavapai, Arizona, United States
I still want to thank you and the others for your inputs, efforts and willingness to help. What I need to do is to sort through what information came in a visual way so it makes sense. One think I did learn from all of this, being a new kid on the block means there is a lot to learn and its not easy to get the right information from many different sources. I still say you have been very patient and did an awesome job at explaining things and that will always be appreciated. Tomorrow, as I mentioned, I need to take a break from this and find some more work, so the bills can be paid :-)Thanks again for all you did!