Search Find A
For the errors and bad assumptions I have made, I apologize. If you have
corrections, please contact me, explain the problem
and offer a solution.
My interpretation of these grave markers and the various family relationships
have been based on the following:
- Grave markers - Considered first rate sources of information,
but subject to debate because of worn lettering or broken markers.
- Historical records - Considered first rate sources of information,
but subject to debate because of illegible handwriting and interpretation.
- Internet records - Not the best source, but a place to begin.
Once an error is introduced, even if
illogical, it can be reproduced
- Genealogical reasoning - Genealogical reasoning and
assumptions from looking
at all the "facts" can range from great, intuitive leaps to serious, unfortunate
blunders, all of which are my own.
- To err is human. To really foul up requires a computer.
- If you have one source, you have a fact. If you have two sources, you
have a conflict.
Yours in genealogy,
Last updated: January 03, 2012