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Re: New McKee book in preparation
Posted by: Robin Hamm (ID *****1914) Date: May 10, 2007 at 20:53:02
In Reply to: New McKee book in preparation by David R. Hoffman of 5279

David,
Hi, my name is Robi Alphin Hamm, I have a document that my ggrandmother had her cousin wite out as it was told by my ggrandmother Cora Adeline Mitchell Koons. It states that her ggrandfather was John McKee and was married to Sarah Baker. they had six daughters. Mary Ann, Rachel, Sarah, Louisa, Nancy, and Elizabeth. It does not give any dates.It does give Sarah Bakers father as Andrew Baker born in 1762. I was wandering if you might have come across any of these names while doing research in your book. I know that my McKee's originally came from either Ireland or Scotland. What little I do know is that they did live in St. Genevive Co. Mo. along with the Mitchell part of my family and the Aubuchon's who are also part of my family. The Aubuchon family originated from France. They also tie into the Koons part of my family and they came from Germany. I also have a part of my family by the name of Myers from Germany, and one of my great aunts married a John Younger who was a cousin to the outlaws. If you recognize any of this would you please contact me at jazziehamm@suddenlink.net? I would really like to hear from you or see about purchasing your book to study and try to finish my Mother's side of the family history before one of us passes away.
Thank You Robin


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