Sue: I am researching the Markee line -- through James M. Markee, son of James the half-brother to William Markee, who married Margaret Holland.(Confused yet? :) )I have always wondered how Margaret, b. 1757, could have given birth to Joseph b. 1810....she would've been about 53 years old.I am wondering if perhaps he wasn't instead also a son of William's half-brother, James -- and therefore a brother to James M. Markee. I wonder this because I know James had a son, Joseph, but I know nothing about him.As your Joseph married Mary Fordyce as well, this is yet another coincidence that gives me pause.Alhough not proven, I suspect that my Margaret Markee is a sister to James M., and she married Samuel Browning in Harrison Co., OH, in 1815.Three of their children married Cragos -- and these Cragos were all children of James and Sarah Jennings (Fordyce) Crago.The Fordyce/Jennings connection is rather worth a second look. Lastly, I note that there is a deed from William Markee to Joseph Markee from Harrison Co., dated 11 Dec 1832, where William deeds lands to Joseph and William Markee.Does anyone have this deed, and is it clear in the deed that they are sons?Or is it assumed?Perhaps they were nephews. I primarily do Browning research, but I am interested in anything you have on your Joseph.Perhaps we can figure out where he belongs.And if you could, what are Anjou's fallacies?I haven't heard of them and would like to know what he states.Thanks again!