Understood. No one is questioning that you have ancestors, with or without your sources. The question is, which set of parents, if any, are the parents of your ancestor. We need something more reliable than someone's best guess; a primary, secondary or tertiary source.
Admittedly, it is hard to find any kind of sources in the southern U.S. There was a deep distrust of collected information in the 1800s. Often, it was not considered important to maintain records, even family Bible records. Of course, fires and changes in government ended in the destruction of many records that would be helpful for genealogists today. I have trouble with my Tennessee ancestors for these reasons.
The public bulletin board is the comment section on the right side of each profile. When you enter a comment there, it is emailed to the profile manager so it is a great place to add details for discussion.