Hi Susan - Hope by now you have had a chance to look over our Wikipedia article for Richard More. Regarding Phil Revell http://www.philrevell.co.uk/books/mayflowerchildren/http://www.philrevell.co.uk/books/mayflowerchildren/ I did obtain both of his books when they came out last year and have them both in Kindle and on paper - and for the Mayflower Children, he personally provided a paper copy of that for me for a small fee.
And in the article you will see Phil's name credited for the Mayflower children's plaque in St. James Church with his books noted at the end of the article as "fiction". We initially planned to use some information from "Mayflower Children' which is not really fiction, but Wikipedia admin disapproved using anything from his books which was very dsiappointing to Phil.
Lindsay's Mayflower Bastard is well-referenced in Richard's article.
This year we revised/created about 19 Richard More-related Wikipedia articles, one of which concerned the More children and their fate. Altogether we worked on 60 Mayflower/Plymouth Colony Wikipedia articles, our latest being that of the ship Mayflower itself.
Also have much research material about Richard More's royal ancestry.
And I do have a certain amount of research material provided about Josiah and Susannah's life in Nova Scotia from a contact there.
Any of my research documents will need to be provided via e-mail attachment and cannot be sent thru the Gen Forum.