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Re: McBees in Mexican-American War
Posted by: William K. Cooper (ID *****5261) Date: March 31, 2002 at 17:31:56
In Reply to: Re: McBees in Mexican-American War by John McBee of 972

John,
Thanks for your reply. My wife's gggrandfather James Newton McBee , b. 1832, and his brother William McBee, b. 1829, came from the Marion/Franklin County are. We believe they are related to the James and William McBee who are in the Franklin/Marion/ Coffee County census 1820-1850 but do not know how. William's death certificate gives his parents names as William McBee and Rebecca Bean(could be Beene). We have another connection to a John McBee b. abt. 1818 in Franklin(now Coffee) County. Do you know if John is another son of James and Eleanor? Do you know if/how James and William in the census records are related?
We would apprreciate any info you can share on these McBee families and would be happy to share ours.


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