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...if you read back through my posts you'll see that I have no knowledge of the Md Quaker Plummers. If you send me your email address I will send you the rootsweb article on how to write an effective query....it's too long to post here. Along with this tutorial, I'd also suggest you go to your local library and see what books on genealogy they may have....it's a popular hobby, so most libraries have them, and most would probably be find for you, to help point you in the direction of where you should be looking, what is available, etc. Be sure to look, specifically for anything on AA research. Genealogy is a systimatic search.....one thing logically follows another, and documentation is everything. I hope you have documented your folks, each generation....with vital records....which is the ONLY way to know who your ancestors are. I'm sure AA and Native American research must be the hardest types to do, and very challenging, so I wish you good luck.