Hi David, I notice no one has replied to this message so I will. When I first started researching my Bermuda roots I kept coming across that name and like you never got a reply. I did a bit of detective work and found that Rodney E Stucker was actually someone trying to trace all the Stucker families in the world (I personally think anyway).
Rodney E Stucker apparently was from a genealogy research company. When I kept sending emails to that address, someone (can't find the email right now) replied saying that Rodney E Stucker was no longer with us...I took that as he had either left the company or had died.
Along my research journey I had added all those names from him only to find out that not all of the Stucker families and various associated names were related nor were they related to me either. It took me months to delete the ones that didn't belong in my family tree. I ended up with just one family and they had married into my family tree way back in the early 1800's.
Since I started doing my genealogy research, I have come across a lot of mistakes made by other people and these mistakes are on CD's, DVD's, on genealogy websites and it is very time consuming trying to unravel the right info.
Hope this helps,
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