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Re: HUGH McKEE and a Fort McKee
Posted by: linda mckee (ID *****5772) Date: April 03, 2009 at 10:36:52
In Reply to: Re: HUGH McKEE and a Fort McKee by Thomas Duvernay of 5279

Hello Thomas,

The latest data that I have seen on Wm C. McKee is at message 2095 on the CROCKETT genfourm - the link to his gedcom was still good just now. I saw where you wanted to contact him.

The hero at Korea, Hugh McKee, is about a hundred and fifty years past the Fort McKee I was looking to find information about in the previous string of messages that you are posting to here.

Cathy Farrell posted in the first message about the very early Indian Agent (pre-1750 era of PA history) Cpt Thomas McKee and his son, Alexander, and that Cpt Thomas McKee had built a Fort McKee in PA which would have been mid-1700s. There is so much speculation about the earliest Thomas McKee and Alexander, his son, but as far as I know there is not one PROVEN lineage statement online as far as descendants go and the correct lineage. I am interested in finding siblings of this Thomas and further children of Thomas than Alexander. Some say Indian Agent Thomas McKee had another son, James, and some say, per a probated LW&T, that he only mentioned Alexander as an heir.


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