Quoting your post "Luther & Maria Van Siclin Eastling was mared July 22nd, 1814"
Quoting my post #542 "Luther & Maria Van Siclin Eastling was married July 22nd 1814”.
Is your reference to grammer based on the "mared" of your post compared with the "married" of my post? Check it out guy.
When you start nitpicking about grammer it means you are really desperate.
Thought I would let you know I am back.
Your going down guy. Your house of cards just collapsed with you admission of no marriage record. You finally admitted that you have no record of marriage for Luther Calvin Eastling and Maria Van Sicklen. It's about time.
Without the marriage record, the Certification of Maria's bible entry prevails until such time as you provide a marriage record for Maria Van Sicklen.
Bad mouth the Certification, kill off as many children as you wish, change the marriage date to whatever you want, rant and rave that Father Van Siclen didn't die and is buried in Bacauta, the Certification name is spelled Van Siclen,Cornelius Van Siclen is descended from a Van Siclen and remained Van Siclen for 186 years, bay at the moon if it helps you It's finally over. There is no record of Marriage anyplace for Luther and Maria Van Sicklen. That ends for once for all and forever your allegation that Maria Van Sicklen married Luther C. Eastling. No amount of research by yourself or anyone else will ever uncover their marriage record or connect a Maria Van Sicklen with a Luther Calvin Eastling because their marriage never occurred and if you ever find a marriage record for Luther Eastling in Canda it will read that Luther Calvin Eastling married Maria Van Siclen July 22 1814. Hint - You may want to look in the Montreal area where Luther buried his first wife.
I guess that the probate record you were waiting for from Canada which you alleged would for all time make the connection between Maria Van Sicklen and Luther failed to make the connection between the Van Sicklen family in Canada and the Luther Eastling family. Would you care to admit to that?