If you click on my name, the good people at GenForum (or, more accurately, their robotic minion) will show you my now-current e-mail. AND, should you or anyone else read this 3 years from now, in 2015, it will show you my then-current e-mail. I don't put my now-currente-mail in the body of query messages for that reason; too great a chance it will change over the years.
Ancestry's query boards use the same idea.
I could not find Thomas before 1915.
I should mention that while we may be related distantly, I can't prove it. I answer query board posts the way normal people do crosswords.