Any think I am over looking here?
Not meaning to be sarcastic but your troubleshooting fell apart after you ensured the fuel supply to the engine was OK. I read your comments as to mean you changed the primary and secondary filters and had fuel out of the secondary, is that correct?
You know you have or had a problem with the ignition switch and you jumped it out to supply power to something that applied voltage to the fuel solenoid.
So far so good.
Did you check electical continuity of the fuel solenoid?
Did you hear or feel the solenoid operate when you applied power to it?
Did*you try to start the engine*after you had*power to the solenoid?
If not why did you start taking stuff apart and risk damage and contamination before moving to the next device downstream of the final fuel filter?
Try to avoid skipping around aimlessly and don't replace parts that might not be broken. That is called "throwing parts at it until it works" and is what boat owners complain the loudest about when a mechanic is called in to solve the problem.
You were on the right path but for some reason went sideways.