Dorothy, I currently have over 100 trees on ancestry. They are locked up tight except for the gigantic one I'm using, for dna purposes. That one can't be uploaded here anyway, because its too huge and goes back too far. IT is not completely sourced, hardly at all, but there are sources in other trees and i will gladly share them on request. I am urgently, trying to upload all the trees I can because I am planning on getting off ancestry after years. I am breaking down trees and making smaller ones to fit them on, and sometimes the sources come and sometimes they don't. But as to my Crockett's, you are correct, but the sources for me was family history by mouth and records, which I only wrote down in 1985 and then, the research I did at the library and court house. That's our line. Alexander, who was never accepted into the Crockett cousins because the lack of documentation. The dna test someone did, linked us strongly. And thats the rest of the story. But, on family search, when I get so far into my Crockett line, they fill in the rest and It looks to me like the old Southern Families stuff. I did not look here, and RJ Horace did show a good bit of info. Actually, what he shared is what is showing up in dna. I was surprised to find that I am 33% Scandinavian and 33% Irish (includes all celtic, including Scotland). The only Irish I find would be the Crockett's so far, but I'm waiting. BUT, the only thing that I am certain of in my lineage is back to Rogersville, TN And I would like be able to stop there until I can confirm what come next. To anyone else reading this, there where two Alexander Crockett, in the same time span and you have to be careful which one you pick up. He would be an Uncle to the Davey of Congress. I don't think it's a beehive, our dna will assist in clarifying it.