Looking for information concerning the subject doctor who is listed in the 1870 Federal Census in Berry District, pg. 83, age 51 (1819):
56/56 McNees, Wm. T., 51 years old (1819), male/white, Physician, Real $10145/$3770 personal, Kentucky.
McNees, Sarah L., 40 years old (1830), female/white, keeping house, real $1500, Kentucky.
" , Bettie, 20 years old (1850), female/white, no occupation, Kentucky.
" , Alice, 17 years old (1853), female/white, at home, Kentucky.
" , Pauline or Paulina, 13 years old (1856), female/white, at home, Kentucky.
" , Amie, 3 years old (1867), female/white, at home, Kentucky.
" , Lucy, 1/12 year old (1870), female/white, at home, Kentucky.
" , Susan, 16 years old, female/black, domestic labor, Kentucky.
Unable to find him listed on 1860 Federal Census but found several McNees men listed.
My question is - was this man the acting Surgeon for the 7th Regiment Kentucky Volunteer Cavalry during the fight at Cynthiana?? Any little tidbit about this family would be a great help. He is mentioned in the pension application of Capt. William W. Bradley, Co. D, as having administered to his wounds during that fight. A Cpl. James V. Terry, Co. E, also mentions him as tending him after his injury in the retreat from the battle at Richmond. Can anybody help me???
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