My 2nd Great-Grandfather was James M. Flack, born in Madison County, Kentucky Abt. 1815-1817. He married Lucy Ann Stinson on August 24, 1837, also in Madison County, Kentucky. The 1880 Census indicates that the father of James M. Flack was born in Virginia. The 1810 Census for Madison County, Kentucky indicates one Flack...a James Flack. That was a full 5 years before my 2nd Great-Grandfather was born. I'm guessing that the James Flack on the 1810 Census is my 3rd Great-Grandfather, the father of James M. Flack. Based on the information in the 1810 Census, I have placed his birthdate at Bet. 1765-1784. The borders for Kentucky and Virgina changed in 1765, so it is possible for him to be born in Virginia and his son to be born in Kentucky without even having to pack a bag or a wagon to move. I "stumbled" upon some information (no solid proof) that would indicate that he married Charlotta Hartman on September 10, 1817 in Madison County, Kentucky. Then, I stumbled again upon someone elses notes on the internet in which they said a "James Flack" married a "Jean Glenn" from Lancaster, Pennsylvania in 1776. According to them, almost the entire "Glenn family" moved from Lancaster, Pennsylvania to Virginia, then to Madison County, Kentucky in the very late 1700's or very early 1800's. I'm theorizing that James and Jean Flack are the parents of the James Flack that was on the 1810 Madison County, Kentucky Census. According to the other person who had information on the Glenn Family, James Flack who married Jean Glenn was born in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania Abt. 1750-1753. The only other theory I have is that James Flack who married Jean Glenn is the James Flack on the 1810 Madison County, Kentucky Census. Does this information help you in any way?