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I am very hesitant to put out my family trees because I am still trying to prove many lines.What can happen is that people put out all sorts of lines that they have not proven and then everybody gets into the act of adding their own ideas and "what" they "think" some lines are, and lo and behold, CONFUSION reigns and unproven so-called "facts" are perpetrated.
Wouldn't it be great if persons interested in genealogy would realize that just because a family history or family tree is found on the internet does not mean that it contains totally accurate information. That especially goes for ancestry.com, genforum and all the main sites as well as all the other smaller ones.
The sites do not check all the info for accuracy.I have even found mistakes in the Mormon sites because people did not thoroughly investigate their lines.
Hopefully most people can tell by reading the above sites that sometimes a person, all in good faith, proovides a tree with certain info and then another person, also all in good faith, can be writing about the same person and supply totally different info from that which the other person provides.And both persons think that they have the correct info.
My 3rd gt gmo was Nancy Vernon Tilley, a daughter of Jonathan, Jr. and Mary Cox Vernon.Nancy and her husband Foster Tilley and their children as well as her parents along with most of the latters' children migrated from Stokes Co., NC to Jackson Co., OH in the late 1810's-early 1820's.
I am working on trying to prove Thomas Vernon's situation.He was my Nancy's great grandfather.One version is that he was a Scots-Irish Presbyterian from Ulster, Ireland and migrated to the John Caldwell Presbyterian Cub Creek Settlement in Lunenburg, VA.And then there is the version that Thomas was a Quaker from England who settled in the Chester Co., PA Quaker settlement and was disallowed to remain in the Quaker membership there due to behavior and then joined up with the Cub Settlement.
Nothing is every easy, eh?!Hope to hear from you. Perhaps we can work together.