You reassure me. I am pretty confident, now, that the Isaac Flewelling I described is the one you are interested in. If you would like a somewhat expanded outline, go to: http://members.tripod.com/thomasamurray1/index.htmhttp://members.tripod.com/thomasamurray1/index.htm This has two links on the left. The first is sort of a primer for Flewelling genealogists outlining what I know or theorize about the origins of the Flewelling family, history of the times, and some details about early allied families. For eaxample, Hannah (Ashman) Flewelling's family, Hannah (Smith) Flewelling's family, etc. It is also meant to deal with some early errors. This takes you to the family of Thomas and Hannah (Smith) Flewelling of Hempstead, from whom all Fleweling's/Flewweling's/Flewelyn's/Flewellin's/Flewwelin's/Fluelling's/Fleuelling's'/etc. north of Cape May, New Jersey before 1850 are descended. The other link is to a partial preliminary compilation on the family of their son, Robert Flewelling of North Castle. Such a compilation has never been attempted before, and there will be errors and omissions. Since creating that compilation, there have been additions (your posting for example.) You can go directly to the piece on Robert at: http://members.tripod.com/robertflewelling/index.htmhttp://members.tripod.com/robertflewelling/index.htm At the top is a segment listing Robert's children. Not all have been done, as some still need considerable work. By clicking on Ezekiel, you can go directly to his part of the family. Here, Jesse is [R32]and a 'button' on the left will take you to him. Thank you for you clarification as it is always useful to be able to add a bit more to this family, (or to any one of the Michigan families.) If you have any questions, do ask. Sometimes I can actually answer them.