When you conflate items concerning several persons by same name, it is difficult for someone to take you seriously as a researcher. "Same name = same person" is the most common genealogical error.
Also when you give items that appear to refer to several different persons, it is a lot of trouble for someone who knows about *one* of them to explain who is whom. No one is going to be willing to explain to you all the descendancies of each of the lines.
In your posts you gave no indication that you were related to any of the men you were inquiring about (e.g., which child, born/died where? married to whom? evidence for this?).
There is no substitute for one-step-at-a-time research.