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Re: Reply to burials at Versailles
Posted by: donna seeley (ID *****0431) Date: February 02, 2011 at 07:44:54
In Reply to: Re: Reply to burials at Versailles by Larry Myers of 5279

Robert and Sam'l rode with St. Clair.
Have you ever read the sad ending to St. Clair's life. Very sad, I think.
He's one of my favorites I've read about. Quite possible he's buried at a Greensburg cemetery.
My family lived near Hannahstown. I have two petitions they signed, to Penn, asking him to return the militia to that area to help fight indians. My Sam'l was next door neighbor to a famous massacre, can't think of it.
If you should go in that direction,I would really appreciate it if you would
watch for those graves and any other McKees who might have been brothers.
I am going to look up now and see when Allegheny Co. was taken from Westmor. Will of Robert (wife Susana) son of David, is shown in Westmor. court, as are a couple of others (David) and perhaps lived a short distance from my Saml., who like the rest, got his land for living in the woods to protect the town from attacks.
I live in Parsons, Ks., nearthe Mo. & Okla. lines (Joplin). We were in the path from Okla. City to K.C. We got about 18" we figure-no ice. The most I can remember. It was 1* when we got up. Even our dogs and cats are starting to get cranky.

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