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Re: Mckeehan Family
Posted by: cynthia (ID *****2262) Date: September 13, 2011 at 07:33:25
In Reply to: Mckeehan Family by Darlene Welter of 65426

I found Charlie/Charles Oscar McKeehan who married Emma Slough. Charlies parents are James D, McKeehan born 1840 TN, and died in 5-24-1922 in TX and Mary Elizabeth Chadwell born 1845 in TN.

James D parents are Weston Luper McKeehan born 1805 in TN and died 1862 and Lucinda Armstrong Rose born 1811.

Before 1850 in Tazewell, Claiborne, TN..Lucinda Rose, fourth daughter of Reuben Rose, was a very neat and industrious lady. She was wll skilled in all kinds of double weaving. She delighted in this occupation greatly. she wove yards for her neighbors. When she left the state, she left many nice coverletd and other articles woven by her hands. Her husband was Wesley McKean. They raised several sons. They moved to Texas many years ago. William McKean, their son, was married to Mary Chadwell, daughter of Jackson and Emeline Chadwell, a very nice young lady. she was a niece of Mrs. Frank Cloud and granddaughter of George Schultz of Sycamore.
Note: Cesnsu records and the US and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900 show that Mary Chadwell was married to William's brother, James McKeehan, who moved to Comanche, Texas between 1870-1880. Found all thid info in Ancestry.com..


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