"In March, 1921, Mr. G.H. Johnstone bred two Pointers, by a Ferndale-bred sire, in "Look-out". He called them "Trewithen Must" and "Trewithen Mustn't". The latter, a bitch, was to become a champion, and the former, a dog, was to become the sire of "Ch. Nancolleth Mark", and through him to exercise a mighty influence on the future of the breed. After gaining her title, "Ch. Trewithen Mustn't" joined the kennel of Mr. Isaac Sharpe."
-- Lola Macdonald Daly, The Pointer as a Show Dog
"In 1922 Ernest (Scott) had a champion bitch named "Lingley Moor" which he sold to Bob Maloney of Pittsburgh, USA where she was renamed "Lansdowne Prairie Queen". She became the foundation of the famous "Herewithem" kennels in the States."
-- C.A. Robertshaw, 2000, Pointers Past & Present