I was afraid that was the source. In an e-mail from Michael Coyne to me on the 6. June of this month, he stated that at the time Pamplin wrote this book it seemed possible that Robert and Nicholas might belong to this family, but that further research has proved that they didn't, and Mr. Coyne has no idea of where they might fit into any known Pamplin family. An Essex family might be a possibility, but there is no proof of anything about them. Pamplin then, without authorization, printed his working assumption which he talked about with Coyne at that time as though it were fact, which it is not, and, in fact, it is NOT true. Sorry.