Sorry Rick.I seem to recall a few days ago you were telling me he wasn't my 7th g.g.grandfather, with apparently nothing but garbage web genealogy to back up your story. Moreover, your claim that your web site is the most extensive record of Flenner family genealogy seems to be rather short of documentation.Don't you think you should have at least had a clue when Rudolph was the only one in your perceived line that spelled his name Flenner and you didn't even bother to explore the names of his descendants because they were all named Flenner instead of Fliner or whatever. Even after visiting your web site, as you suggest, I still don't understand how you became his presumed 7th great grandson.You just say all his children were named Flenner.
The response to your comments on my attempt to respond to Dorothy Countryman's inquiry, as well as your lack of any response to the very polite response others have provided, as well as today's attempt to sell your vast research on Rudolph Flenner for $10, speaks volumes. Certainly, the circumstances do not require my further elaboration.Nor acceptance of your thoughtful offer to sell the research you did on your presumed greatgrandfather for $10.Family comes, family sold.