No one is buying your 'smoke and mirrors' and 'spin', anymore. Your 'so called' 1000 years of Nolan Irish History absolutely does not pass the test of genealogical standards nor does it pass the test of common sense. Your 'pretty music', 'dancing ships', citing of other people's work might be good reading to some and might even impress some uninformed readers, but it certainly does NOT prove you have 1000 years of Nolan Irish history.
Please, just cut-out all your 'smoke and mirrors' and 'spin' by simply answering the following question.
What exactly is your proof that the "John Nolan & family attacked and forcefully evicted from Enniscrone Castle, 1641-42" is the *SAME* Nolan family that you have so 'conveniently' latched onto in the "John Nowlin living in Isle of Wight County, Virginia, 1643"?
What proof do you have to that question? Forget the 'smoke and mirrors' and your 'spin'.
Do you have ANY proof whatsoever that these two families are the same?
Even a beginner in genealogy would know that you can't just 'latch' onto an ancestor with a similar sounding name in 1643 Isle of Wight County, Virginia, just because some Irishman got kicked out of his castle across the wide ocean a few years before.
Glenn, let me give you a little clue......you've got to find some actual connection, some proof, some evidence, that those to men where the 'SAME'. Just because you 'want them to be the same', does NOT make is so!
What happens to your '1000 Years of Irish History', when you cannot prove this one connection? Glenn, everyone, except you, seems to know the answer to that question.
John B. Windham
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