Unbeknowst to most of you, I hope, there has been a longer-lasting-than-necessary thread here at the Vansickle Genforum concerning a branch of our favorite family that removed from New York to Canada in the early 1800's.
In a recent part of that overly-extended and largely foolish exchange, the following is said by Mr. Ed Gusman:
"Frankly, I believe that it is Richard and Doug alone who have no idea about that which I write - I have no problem believing that other readers understand the significance of what I present and Doug and Richard's inability to come up with evidence of errors in the affidavits. They would like the reader to believe their clap trap because they are both too embarrassed to admit the faux pas which both are responsible for making in regards to the affidavits."
This is adressed by Mr. Gusman to the many readers at this GenForum. It is too "rich" to remain 'hidden' in a long thread that is not easily followed.
Therefore, I should like to move that conversation forward in the cue of threads here, and ask anyone who might have an interest in genealogy as a general subject, and Ferdinandus VS-descending families specifically, to take some time to go over that thread and add your insights and addenda.