I really dont care about 10 million names etc. in Penn.If you want your particular line comong from there fine.Mine didn't.ALSO, you never answered the question. In one of your messages you made the comment that one of the 2 brothers of Elisha was 1/2 Indian.My question was if that is correct, Lucy Fly could not be a full blood Indian.You cannot get a full blood from a father tat is 1/2 Indian.Surely you must have info that documents your claim, what proof do you have that says Lucy Fly was Elisha's daughter? and what documentatiin do yo have that says she was a full blood Indian?So, you see the statement from you about Elisha's bro. being 1/2 Indian (Jeremiah, I believe) would have to apply to his brothers also.What happened to the 40 acres of Elisha's land that Elizabeth Fly lived on? I think these are questions worthy of documentation.Since you want to be correct in your 8 volumes, I would think you could tell me the answers to these questions. The answers are important to a lot of people.There are many Fly researchers who like the stories, but they also want the relationships to be documented also.These are the same researchers that have been faithful in giving you a lot of information that you are using in your books.You do not have my permission to put any info in your book that I have written - that also means what I have writen about William R. Capps and his wife Lucy.I see it all over the internet with other peoples names on it.Also, I am sure that you know this, but you cannot put info about any person that is still living.This can be verified by the Roots Web Review that comes out weekly.This probablem was discussed.The address which I know you probably have is http://www.rootsweb.com/~review/ or Julie Case@prodigy.comThis issue was discussed a few weeks ago, and every person doing gene., writing books, etc. needs to be aware of this.Eviduntually it is getting to be a problem.I am, in no way saying or pointing the finger at you.This is something that everyone should be aware of. Don't forget my questions.