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Figuring out David b.1710, children
Posted by: Donna McKee Seeley (ID *****0431) Date: June 27, 2009 at 11:47:39
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I have two sources about Thomas, who died early, prominent, owning land. One says he died childless, the other says he had kids, specificaly, a Mary.
James Peeples came to town, and took
over Thomases position. He marrd. Mary and soon owned all of Thomases land.
The other says James Peeples mard. another Mary McKee girl, of this family.I think it was John's daughter.
Does anyone know?
Do you believe this to be a fact?
"The famed John McKee of McKPt. was an early landowner at present Fallstone.
He bought land opposite a blockhouse on the river, but McKee did not stay long.
Sold land to David Townsend, 1799 and left". How could he be there and in McKPt., putting together a town 5 yrs. earlier. His roof was falling in by then, I guess
And "Capt.David McKee and family living a few miles south of Hannahstown"
that's Hempfield, Westmorland. I thought old Davids boys stayed in Allegheny, tho it used to be in Westmorland. My Samuel d. 1782 is shown so often in court papers with Robert and David, all neighbors, Westmor. I will add, the administrators for Roberts Will (1740) were Susanna and a McK.bro, in Hempfield, Westmor., not Allegheny. Thank you

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