How about with this...which post-Revolutionary families removed from the US to Canada who were not traitors to the American cause? Is it your idea that such staunch Patriots would leave their fertile homeplaces for unplowed, cold, and unneighborly climes as Canada? They did this because? (Canadian readers, do not take offense--I would be proud to be a Canadian today--this is about those hard colonial days.)
Oh, that's right, you have now tried to cover yourself with some sort of diversion about other possible families from outside the Ferdinandus^1 VS progeny. How weak. Your actual family has already been presented here.
Not only have you no grasp of genealogy, you have not the slightest foothold on history.
I will say it again. Van Curen and I have been entirely generous of our time where your family is concerned. But, we are not here to do your research for you.
If you want a photo of the plaque on the gate of the Van Sicklen Cemetery in Brighton, or photos of the headstones there, go get them and report back.
Richard Proud Grandson of Sabra Van Siclen
PS--What is this bull-hockey about portraits and photos? Are you reduced to making this up as you go along?