As I keep reading your postings, I tend to understand that you are not really a person interested in genealogy. This Frederick that is listed on the "Monument" is Frederick Starnes who was born in 1700 and died ca. 1774.
The Frederick Starnes' will you mention is that of his son, Frederick Starnes II or Jr., born 1724 and died April 7, 1779. This Frederick is the one who was killed by the Indians while out scouting near Fort Boonesboro.
I have explained this several times and before you go and blurt out insensitive remarks about other people's ancestors, you need to get your own remarks straight.
The name "Frederick" in OUR FAMILY is carried on down the lineage. I can see how someone can get confused but when it has been explained over and over, it gets to the point of absolute rudeness.
You seem to take an interest in "disproving" history. Do you not understand that everything related to genealogy CANNOT be proven. Even in your own line, Im sure this is true. By the way, what is your name and why are you so interested in my family line?
You seem to be knowlegable at pointing out so-called incorrect information. Since you are so "knowlegable" on MY FAMILY line, please inform me on how you come to the conclusions you do?
When the 2 authors of our Starnes Book "Of Them That Left a Name Behind" put this book together (published 1983), there was no such thing as the internet. They had to hand search every item of information they could. In this book, it is listed where they found/collected/gathered this informaiton.
Since you have such an interest in my family line, why don't you purchase the book, that way before you go off spouting insensitive remarks about MY FAMILY, you will be better educated. I can put you in touch of someone who has the book and make it available to you for purchase.
I am advising that no subscribers on this list or on the "Starnes" list help this indivdual out until we know his name and reasons behind his "so-called research."