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Welcome to the McKee Family Website.

 

We can come together here to share information on the family of
Andrew Logan McKee.

Andrew Logan McKee was the grandson of William McKee,
great-grandson of Michael McKee and great-great grandson of Adam McKee.

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6 comments

  1. I know that Gerald Workman has been looking into Military Service in the McKee Clan. I also know that Uncle Douglas’ family has a very distinguished military career history, and Uncle Jody’s son Fred was killed in action. I am interested in how many others in the group would like to contribute.

  2. Can you help me learn more about the McKee line of my family tree? Adam McKee (1733-1806) was my 6th great-grandfather. When his granddaughter Rebecca McKee married George Hildebrand, I come their son Sam Hildebrand

  3. My McKee family Thomas McKee B 1801 PA fa John McKee died 1827 Athens Co Ohio .family also in Auglaize Co Ohio. I live Crawford Co Illinois. Brick wall

  4. Am trying to find any records on Elizabeth McKee who married John Clarke, my 4th Great Grandparents.
    ….. 1 McKee b: 1630
    ……… 2 Alexander McKee b: 1665 County Antrim, Ireland d: 1740 in Donegal, Lancaster
    County, Dalmatia, Pa
    m Elizabeth Gordon
    ……………..3 Thomas McKee b: 1695 in County Antrim, Ulster, Ireland d: 1769 in McKee’s
    Half Falls, Snyder, Pa or Harrisburg
    …………….. +Tecumsapah Margaret Opessa b: 1724 in Somerset, Pa d: 1772 Harrisburg, Pa
    Married: 1715 (Sister or Aunt to Tecumseh)
    ……………….. 4 Thomas Alexander McKee b: 1745 in Susquehanna Valley, Pennsylvania
    d: Jan 15, 1799 in River Thames – buried Sandwich, Ontario St. John’s cem.
    ……………….. 4 Elizabeth McKee b: Abt. 1746 in Susquehanna Valley, Somerset, Pa
    …………………….. +John Clarke b: Scotland or Ireland ? — d: in Path Valley, Pa

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