Fly, Tennessee

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Fly is an unincorporated community in Maury County, Tennessee. It is along the Natchez Trace Parkway, south of Nashville.[1] The small valley known as Fly Hollow is between Fly and the Natchez Trace.[2]

In the early 19th century a number of Fly family members, mostly from North Carolina, moved to this part of Tennessee near the Natchez Trace on Leipers Creek, a tributary of the Duck River. After a rail line was built through the area the settlement was called Fly's Station. The local store is still called Fly's Store.[3]

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Coordinates: 35°47′22″N 87°9′31″W / 35.78944°N 87.15861°W / 35.78944; -87.15861