The message you have posted illustrates perfectly why it is that you should stop involving yourself in the Fly-family history. How could you POSSIBLY think that I think that John Fly, b. 1/1/1772 was at Kings Mountain?
It is I who have been saying to ALL and SUNDRY that the TWO John Flys at King's Mountain are John Dixon Fly, b. ca. 1765 and John Fly, b. ca. 1705/6.The latter is my candidate for the John Fly who lived 112 years.I think there is a good chance that he came to Tennessee with John Dixon Fly in 1799.The John Dixon Fly burial site has NOT been found; but there is a good chance that it would have been located on the 100 acres owned by John Dixon Fly, bought in 1803.So THERE is where John Fly, b. ca. 1705/6 MAY be buried. It would be logical for them to have buried him near John Dixon Fly. OTHERS have had the idea that the Williamson County burial plot was the site of burial of John Fly, b. 1706/7.I have NEVER entertained this idea. NEVER.
But I have been pointing out to several on the net that I have visited the known Williamson Co., TN site and the John buried there is John, b. 1772 d. 1855.I admit I don't know why, if he died in Maury, he is buried in Williamson instead of beside Sarah Jane (Trader) Fly in Fly, TN.We do know that he was in Maury in the 1850 Census.
But answer me this.How could you POSSIBLY think what your question implied.You know what? I think that you KNEW that I did not hold this postion, but you have posted this to make it appear that my interpretive judgement is faulty. I have decided you may just be devious enough to try to destroy my credibility with such a maneuver.