I haven't heard from Tom Jones for some time. He sent me a book National Genealogical Society Quarterly, June 2000. He wrote the article. It's title is Merging Identities Properly: Jonathan Tucker Demonstrates the Technique". It was one of our male ancestors that fought in the revolutionary war. He was arguing the case that "Errors in genealogical ompilations often have a common root: an assumption that records containing the same name designate the same person. The erroneously fused identities then lead to a false lineage. This can happen to the beginner as well as the scholarly genealogist.
We have moved and things in my office are a mess. If you have an email I could scan the article at work and send it to you. My email is email@example.com