I did read, and I appreciate your candor to answer back. From the site at:
Craig Muldrew, Oliver St John: the Dark Lanthorn of the Commonwealth, Queen's College Record, 2002
This book has been removed from it's section.
The information is also posted on a website that has this forum to be viewed quickly
In the beginning, I believe there was gonna be an honest intent that all Sension's and St. Johns were of the same blood. But some didn't do some history reading.. and also, there is some bad information in the historical printings that we now can work on to get corrected.
Right now I'm tracking 4 different St. John lines that all come out of the Bledsoe 12/12 match. Many of us keep track by email. Also to note, on the Ancestry.com DNA sight that my son's dna was printed. He was a match to a surname Port, which does not surprise me since our line comes out of the dePort linage of Adam dePort