Terry--the first page his Henry & Nina's marriage.It is just their children.However, Leonard kept records that I believe are pretty complete for the next generation.Can't put those on-line because of still living folks, but could privately compare notes.Included are children of Bertha and Charles that I don't think everyone has, plus Adelia's.I've collected what I could on Peter and Joseph and Ambrose' second family partly from public record.It looks like there is a 4th brother here, as well.Do you have a complete list of Pierre's children?There are some young girls in Indiana in 1870 census and somebody online just hooked them up to a father, but he isn't one of our known 3 and can't be the next generation, either.I also have a scatter from Ohio where Pete was married.Although he shows born in France on the census, the one's in Ohio say Norway, but I'm thinking that may have been a lazy census taker as it was grandchildren staying with grandparents who were from Norway.It looks like some of Joseph's children made their way to Minnesota.I trust you have seen on-line Mary Fink's second family.They, too, are blood relatives, you know! The other thing I have is a copy of Henry's obituary, which lists all the surviving children of Ambrose at the time, so a good geneology reference. I can't attach files through this mode, so let me know directly.They are big jpeg files, so it takes several emails to send it all. Are you in contact at all with anyone in Louisville area? Got to run, let me know which and how much and I'll get it off to you. Are you interested in the Russell kin?I have more than just the Kansas cousins, but not terribly recent.Leonard had collected them all and tried to keep up, but wasn't in contact with everyone.Toward the end, the only one we talked to regularly was Catherine McKinney.Lauriston was already hard to talk to and didn't last much longer, either.As I understand, they and Leonard were the very last of the Russell cousins. I think Mary L. Russell was a widow lady with children and she and Ambrose may have had a marriage of convenience as both had children to take care of.If that's the case, both the state and the church would have allowed an annullment.I still haven't found a death record for her, and I think I found her living with one of her daughters later.She may have been married to a relative of Wm.Russell originally, as I think he originally went to PA because he had relatives there who had immigrated earlier.The county had lots of Scots-Irish from the beginning, which is what the Ekin line is, as well.