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Mid-1700's North Carolina MCKEE
Posted by: linda mckee (ID *****5772) Date: June 14, 2005 at 15:13:33
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I recently ordered and received copies from Midwest Historical & Genealogical Society, Inc of some further MCKEE data. I share the following in hope that others will also share their data here on the boards so that all might benefit.

I am beginning to believe that if you are related to MCKEE and they were in North Carolina in the early and mid-1700's they, and we, are all cousins. If you have further data on these MCKEE, please post and share.




ANSON COUNTY,
NORTH CAROLINA

Deed Abstracts, 1749-1766
Abstracts of Wills and Estates, 1749-1795

By
Brent H. Holcomb, C.A.L.S.



Volume B
(Page 34)
Pp. 392-394: 16 Jan 1755, JOHN WHITE of Anson Co., to JOHN LYNN of same (lease s5, #16 {pounds} VA money)........250 A N side CATABA, S side WAXAW Creek, adj. JOSEPH WHITE,
WILLIAM MCKEE, JOHN KELLEY
..........JOHN WHITE (SEAL), Wit: DAVID WHITE, STEPHEN WHITE, BENJ. JOLLEY.


Volume 6
(page 64)
Pp. 119-122: 20 & 21 August 1759, JOHN LINN of Anson, to JAMES LINN (lease s5, release #17 {pounds},.............250 A on N side CATAWBA on S side WAXHAW Creek.........between JOSEPH WHITE, WILLIAM MCKEEs, & SAMUEL THOMPSONs land
..........JOHN LINN (SEAL), Wit: ROBT. MCCLENACHAN, JAS. MCCORKALL, MATTHEW FLOYD,


Pp. 123-125: 7 December 1758, GEORGE CATHEY JR, planter & wf FRANCES of Rowan Co to JOHN BRAVARD, ESQR & ROBERT LUCKY, Wheelwright, Exrs. of L.W. & T. of WILLIAM MCKEE, decd.....for s5........ ...478 A on S side of S fork CATAWBA...............GEORGE CATHEY (SEAL), FANNEY CATHEY (F) (SEAL), Wit: JOHN FROHOCK, NATHAIEL ALEXANDER, JONATHAN DOWNS.


Volume 5

(Page 84)
Pp, 121-124: 9 March 1758, ROBT MILLER & wf JEAN of Anson, to ROBERT DAVIS, ROBERT RAMSEY, JOHN LINN, SAMUEL DUNLAP & HENRY WHITE, planter, of same “for the good will & affection.....& every of their greater advantages & conveniency in attending upon divine worship at all stated or occasional times”.......land on N side CATAWBA within land joining WM MCKEE near ALEXANDER NISBITT & on the south end of said tract......sold unto JAMES BARNETT by sd MILLER excepting this tract.......”beginning at a stake upon said South Side of an house built for divine service including a spring”........to above as trustees for the use of the Presbyterian Congregation of the WAXHAWS......only for divine service conform to the practice of the Church of Scotland.....MR. ROBERT MILLER & JEAN his wife reserve for themselves one seat within the North door of said house.........ROBERT MILLER (SEAL), JEAN MILLER (SEAL), Wit: ROBERT MCCLENACHAN, JNO. CROCKETT, ANDREW PICKENS.


Pp. 125-127: 22 & 23 FEB 1758, ROBERT MILLER & wife JANE of Anson, to JAMES BARNETT, planter, (lease s30, release 14 pounds) ....... land on North side CATAWBA, adj WM MCKEE, ALEXANDER NISBET.....except for 4 1/2 A on south end of sd. tract with a house for divine worship & retiring house.......ROBERT MILLER (SEAL), JEAN MILLER (SEAL), Wit: ROBT. MCCLENACHAN, JOHN KENNADA.


Pp. 136-138: 27 & 28 MARCH 1757, JOHN BARNETT & wf ANN, to MR. ROBERT MILLER, Minr. of the Waxhaws (lease s5, release 10 pounds proc. money).....land on North side CATAWBA, adj. WM. MCKEE, ALEX. NISBET, including an old cabbin.......JOHN BARNETT (SEAL), ANN BARNETT (SEAL), Wit: ALEX. OSBORN, ROBERT MCCLENACHAN, ANDW. PERKINS.


Page 150
ANSON COUNTY ADMINISTRATION BONDS FROM SECRETARY OF STATE’S PAPERS

ARCHIVES S.S. 1-20

S.S. 13 Anson County Estate of WILLIAM MCKEE 27 APRIL 1757; JANE (JEAN) MCKEE, ALEXANDER LEWIS, ROBERT MCCLANNAHAN. BEFORE JOHN FROHOCK.


Although the above transcription appears to be out of order by date it is in order with the manuscript index by page number. It is much easier to study when it is printed, Linda McKee


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