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Fly Family Records Page 266
Posted by: Darlene Fly Ames Date: April 05, 2000 at 20:33:23
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From Fly Family History written by Clarence Michaels in 1980

Page 266

62-Jesse Fly--(B) 1790 (John Jesse), (M) Sara Delana Whitford, 3/18/1808, Sarah was (B) 1791 -- (D) 1859 (I) Cobden, Ill. They were (M) in Davidson Co., Tenn., 3/18/1808, had a son Jesse Jackson Fly, #63

63- Jesse Jackson Fly --(B) 8/17/1821 in Bedford, Tn., (D) 1904 Mount Vernon, Ill., Son of Jesse (John Jesse) Fly and Sarah Delana (Whitford) Fly. He was a mortician and furniture merchant and served in the Mexican War, 1846.

64- Jesse Jackson Fly--(B) 11/7/1846 in Wayne Co., Ill. Son of Madson Perry Fly, #88, and Grandson of Jesse Fly, #62, in 1864 enlisted in Co. "F" 145 Regt. Volunteer Infantry. Served 100 days as per enlistment--(M) Emaranda McIntosh, 10/4/1867, Daughter of Elijah McIntosh--Jesse J. Fly was a distinguised doctor in southern Ill. for many years, retired in 1920, (D) 12/4/1928 (I) in Fountain Cemetery So. of Marion, Illinois

66--John Fly--Settled in James City County, Va., in 1635

67-John Fly --(B) 1715-(D) 1827--Age 112--(B) in England or Ireland Wife Mary? a Virginian, they were pioneers of Maury Co., Tenn. was in Northamptom Co., N.C> in 1740, in Tenn. in 1797--had 4 sons--William (B) 1739, #134, John (B) 1744--(D) 1814, #68, Elisha (B) 1748-- #25, and Emulus (B) 1750--(D) 1831, #30. The father John fought in the Battle of Kings Mountain 10/7/1780, a ridge N.C. & S.C. the part in S.C. being the site of an American victory over the British.

70-John Fly--(B) 1/28/1801--(D) 6/24/1884--(I) Fly Family Cemetery, Williamson Co., Tenn. Mother was Sarah Fly, #120, Father was John D. Lytle Fly, #74, bros. Jeremiah #58 and Charles, #21.

(transcribed 4/5/2000 by Darlene Fly Ames)


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