As you will see when you look at it very carefuly. each generation lists the children of that couple. And has a number by the sons of that generation that had offspring. But the next generation is only the one male from that couple that is of your direct line.
And as you can see by the numbers in that next-to-the last generation, there are a whole lot of your male kin left out that could have been put in (except it'd likely take forever to get the source info all transfered). And possibly even more kin if one takes into account the issue of the daughters that married out of the family. That was one reason why it took me a while to get it whipped into shape. And I did give you some info to help you explore further plus a minimal bibliography.
I do rather wish that I could find a genealogy program that could produce the _proper_ kind of footnotes I sometimes find, as in this latest book I'm reading. Slowly because I swear this guy wrote it so it could be used as a graduate level textbook, and he does happen to be covering a very broad sweep of history and bringing together a number of different, seemingly incompatable disciplines in support of his historical sweep!
I'm very glad the hospital does have internet access, but I think I'll almost be sorry when they judge your convelescen over and clear you to go back to your work (although the firm probably won't be sorry at all).
You do realize that for many people this genealogy bug is an impossible-to-kick habit? And it looks like you may have it just as bad as most of us here: it has a tendency of overtaking and changing your whole life, sometimes whether or not you can afford to let it.