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Posted by: donna seeley (ID *****0431) Date: March 19, 2009 at 07:29:23
In Reply to: Y DNA Marker Matches in the McKee Family by linda mckee of 5279

Linda, My friend has info on the above names, and I am a McKee, so I have looked at Thomas, Juniata etc, and found they have a Redick, but he might have something for you. His interest is the Guyers, and I imagine you have more on the Hoggs et al.
When I first started this hunt for my Samuel McKee, d1780, Westmorland Co., I believe you told me you have connected w/David, 1710. I'd like to know how you decided which of the McKee clan you believe David belongs to, as I have always read they came from "the east" so never checked out the Virginia family for a son, Samuel. I find no mention of McK.Port David having one, tho he had been dead years before old David's will.

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