"Never mind the details" .... that is what our critics, those nervous buffoons who fell for the 'Jimmy Ross' story as recently re-spread quite thickly, like treacle, by Paul Alexander Rusling in his absurd 'bible'. Of course they would say that, because they now know that they bought into a lie, so rather than back down and admit their stupidity, they tell us to "never mind the details" whereby in 1962 the Kenya coffee shop was renamed Kenco.
Never mind the fact that Charles Edward Ross was never called 'Jimmy Ross', and that includes the 1990 book by Ian Cowper Ross. His character was called 'Jim' (by his fictitious wife), and 'Jimmy' by a young and fictitious Irishman. Only Paul Alexander Rusling in 2019 stuck his neck out and called 'Jimmy Shaw' - 'Jimmy Ross'. Rusling said - without any backup proof - that for some idiotic and nonsensical reason all of Charles Edward Ross' friends called him 'Jimmy'. His readers bought this lie in his 'bible' which one of his reviewing friends compared to the Holy Bible!
Some nerve that.
It makes you wonder if the reviewer thinks that the Holy Bible is also a load of make-believe rubbish like Rusling's bible.
Well, we are concerned with the details and that includes trying to document the biological side of Ian Cowper Ross' ancestry, because we know just about everything concerning his twin set of aristocratic in-laws. More about them a little later.
Right now we are tracking his biological elder step-brother Charles Cowper Ross who was in business on the King's Road in Chelsea - but not with his step-brother Ian Cowper Ross.
Much more about that to follow ....