Re: More Information on "Robert Wood, Jr." ( Aug. 10, 1792 - April 10 or 13, 1847 )
I deeply appreciate your sharing all this information with me and with the other participants on these genealogy forums. Your statements may very well be true, but unless you can provide a lot more solid documentation to back them up, you can hardly expect people to agree with you on most of this. The reason I question so closely what you say, is simply because I am taking your statements very seriously and I am trying to find additional information which might be able to confirm/validate some of your data. You are presenting your version of the story as the truth, but can you PROVE most of the things you are saying? I am giving you the benefit of the doubt, while at the same time I am fervently looking for PROOF. Don't forget, I never said you are WRONG about any of this. It is simply that if you expect people to believe your version of the story, you will have to present a lot more documentation which supports what you are saying.
For example: I told you I can't find the name "Abiagarthar" anywhere on the internet. You then replied that that name is found in Canadian genealogical records. Needless to say, naturally I assume the name is in the Canadian records, the question is WHERE? Merely telling me that the name is in the Canadian records, without any further information, is not very helpful. If you can't provide such documentation, then the research is at a standstill, and I have to suspend judgment on this particular matter and everything that may stem from it.
Your information may indeed be of great value, but in order for us to be able to accord it credibility we are going to need as much documentation as you are able to provide.
Sincerely, and Lots of Love - -
Philip K. Kromer