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Re: William McKee the wagonmaster
Posted by: Howard Speegle Date: June 18, 2001 at 21:04:49
In Reply to: William McKee the wagonmaster by Carmen McDaniel Forbes of 5276

You obviously have more info on Archibald McKee that I would love to have. I may have more on the Baggerly line (or perhaps not). My sister has been to Baggerly Hall, in England, and has pictures and a history of the house.

Our records indicate that David Baggerly's wife was Rebecca Bell (not Belt), but we both know how records go. Her father was supposedly Thomas Bell, who was reported to me as being George Washington's aide-de-camp at Valley Forge. I just found the excellent Valley Forge site, with a listing of Washington's aides-de-camp, but no Capt. Thomas Bell. There was, however, a Private Thomas Bell.

I'll be happy to send what I have on those lines.


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