Traffic has slowed on our Genforum Posting-page. You might say it's come to a stop.
Most of you who monitor this page know me from several years of posting answers and fielding inquiries about our genealogy connections pre-1850. Foremost among our living, knowledgeable, genealogists is our cousin Norman Jason Flythe. He is now in a nursing facility, and sliding into Alzheimer's one learns from his daughter, Mary Catherine Flythe, who is housing and preserving his records.
Seeing the approach of my own 85th birthday, I am day-by-day sliding in the same direction, with regard to mental function. I no longer have the capability to promise to produce the "Branch-books" that I have put together for one and another in the past. -However, I can still do"Pedigree" and "Group-sheets down a Pedigree" printouts on request. I can still draw on what I have learned and stored in the computer-memory to answer MOST of your early-family questions. My years of collecting material began in 1959, about the time of the death of Marian (Prescott) Brown, a Flye grandchild, residing in West Newton, MS. I obtained her entire files, which reside today in my hands, a gift of her son Prescott Brown.
Nearly FIFTY years of further research of the many, many cooperators have brought us to our present and current view (hypothesis) as to HOW THINGS PROBABLY WERE. Signature analyses have helped us know which JOHN FLY was which and where he was and where he went to. The aggregate of the collected material in my hands has reached "critical mass" so that I lay claim to offering a total hypothesis representing "BEST EDUCATED GUESS" of how it probably was.
So as to "flag" for you a resource available to you, newcmer to the Fly GenForum posting record, I alert to you here that Genforum offers you a path to view ALL my postings. FIND the path, - Click your way to the file of "Postings by this author".