I cannot even begin to guess what would make you think I was offended by your earlier Post. Obviously you read my own post with the inflection you believed was there. To set the record straight, I was not, nor am I now offended. You once personally posted this quote: "Someone once said if a person doesn't understand probabilities, they shouldn't do genealogical research. Having said that, I'll close by saying, as is so often the case, there are alternative explanations for the facts presented, and each of us will have to draw our own conclusions. It's simply not possible for any of us to certainly know exactly what happened more than two-hundred years ago, and why it happened."
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