Myself and David Van Sickle asked that you provide evidence in the way of original source documents supporting allegations made by yourself. I asked you to provide a marriage record. The church records, land records, DAR etc. etc.you write about do not prove that a marriage between Maria Van Sicklen and Luther Eastling took place. Nothing in your latest posting reads like a marriage record for Luther and Maria Van Sicklen. I would like to read, as I think David would also, a document proving a marriage really took place between a Maria Van Sicklen and Luther Eastling. Mr. Gusman has provided a Certification of the bible entry for a marriage between a Maria Van Siclen and Luther Eastling. You imply through out your postings that Mr. Gusman falsified the Certification.That means you have to prove the validity of the Van Sicklen to Eastling connection in your genealogy. Your proof is your ability to produce a valid marriage record. Please, if you are not able to supply either a transcribed copy of the record for the Maria Van Sicklen marriage to Luther or the source where their marriage record can be found, tell us.
We on this forum would much prefer that you were forthright about the existence or non-existence of a marriage record between Luther Eastling and Maria Van Sicklen rather than you continuing to dance around the marriage record issue as you did in your last post #572.
The issue is straight forward and easily resolved. Mr. Gusman is wrong or Mr. Van Curen is wrong. Mr. Gusman has provided a marriage record of Maria Van Siclen which Mr. Van Curen implies is falsified. If Mr. Van Curen is correct about Mr. Gusman falsifying the Certification, then Mr. Van Curen should have no problem producing the marriage record for Maria Van Sicklen.