Elisha Fly & Deakins
Reference:Carol Wells, Williamson cO. Tenn. CCourt Minutes, May 1806-April 1812
April 10, 1810 Elisha Fly, Williamson Co., Tenn. James Davis and Wm Anthony Esqrs. appt to let to lowest bidder Wm Deakins report they let him to Elisha Fly for $19.62 1/2 per annum.
January 14, 1811Elisha Fly Williamson Co., Tenn. allow Elisha Fly $19.50 for maintence of Wm. Deakins, an object of Charity.
1812, Williamson Co., Tenn. Elisha and Eliza took im William Dearkin "an object of charity . Elisha was allowed $19.50 by the court for the maintenceof charity....
Jan 15, 1812 Williamson Co., Tenn. 15th of Jan. 1812 court. Bond of Elisha Fly with James Davis, his security, for maintenance of Wm, Deakinsan object of charity returned James Davis& Gersham Hunt, esq.
The records I have and the records I sent you were off of microfilm that had been poorly typed and hard to read.
Jim, you have this very information because I sent it to you.It is too bad you don't have the effort to look at your own records.When a person doesn't value info sent to them and trash it, why would a person want to send you anything else?
You also have the other records we discussed.
Your response gives you the opportunity toconfuse people, discredit anyone that does not agree with your info.
Surely you are afraid someone just might know something you don't know.A man as wonderfully talented and known to be always correct, even when you say a Rev. War record has Elijah on one side and Elisha on the other side must mean there are twins out there. plus many other things.If you would ever take the "I" out of your info it would read a lot better.I am sure you will agree to that.
There are so many new Fly researchers that are finding new worthwhile info.To bicker about something like this when you have the stuff is not real bright.