Bobby, Please excuse my delay in responding to your post, but I have had some recent health issues that have occupied my time.I would very much like to have copies of the genealogy charts you mentioned, and I will be happy to reimburse you for any expense incurred in copying and mailing them. I am still trying to overcome an obstacle in tracing Winfield's ancestry back to the first Vermillion in America, and my obstacle is Winfield's father.His name was Dorcy Vermillion, born in Virginia in about 1811 to 1816, and Dorcy's parents' names have never been recorded in any documents I've so far discovered.It is my belief that Dorcy's first name was William and that he died her in Indiana in 1866, but I cannot find documentation to support that.Obviously, I am also very interested in Winfield's wife, Mary, and her ancestry, as well. You might also be interested to know that Winfield's first name was Joseph, and he had several brothers and sisters who came to Indiana with his parents in the early 1860s. Brothers James and Charles and father William D. are all buried in Delaware County, Indiana. If you are still willing to share the chart, please email me at email@example.com and we will make the arrangements.Thank you so much for your kind offer.