Well, I suppose it's possible! <g> I've also had a very difficult time with my Likens/Likins folks for many years, and this "breakthrough"--if it actually is one--just came last year. When I get home tonight, or maybe tomorrow morning, I'll send you a document outlining what I discovered and what I think it may mean. But in a nutshell, I'm thinking that your James and my Richard were brothers, sons of this William. Richard died ca. 1825, and his wife remarried and later moved to Indiana also. Well, I don't want to say too much more since I don't have the info in front of me. But I'll get back to you tonight or tomorrow, and we'll compare notes!