Wow, Jack, you are the BEST!!! Thank you so very much.I wanted to grab you and give you a big kiss.I couldn't stop smiling as I read over the chart about three times. It answers so many questions.I just hope now that the older information is accurate.One good sign is that this had my dad's death date more accurate than Ancestry.com does.(I am an only child and don't know who else would have entered info to this site, but the info about my parents is all correct. It did not show, however, my father's first wife and daughter.) I had my great grandmother as Leila Foster instead of Lida. It's a silly sentimental thing, but I have a photo of her and jewelry that belonged to her - and I didn't even know her name.That's a great gift, Jack. My father's 85 year old cousin told me that they (Samuel and Lida) came from Cincinnati or Cleveland, but this shows that it was just the Fosters who came from OH.Now my husband will have to stop calling my greatgrandfather a "carpet bagger". A big surprise was the listing of the name Cohen.I don't think my father knew anything about that.With a name like Foster Barnett Cohan - all 3 sound so Irish - I assumed an Irish heritage. My grandmother Verda Stynchcomb Cohan never said anything about that either - she would say that my dad was one of the "dark Irish" because he had black hair and olive skin. Eleazer, Rebecca, and Samuel Cohen do not sound Irish to me.You've given me a new quest. I have to go call my sister, my two daughters, and my cousin to tell them the news.Have a great weekend.