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Children of Col. William R. McKee.

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Private Land Claims

Children of Col. William R. McKee.

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Published by [s.n.] in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. -- Congress -- Private bills,
  • Bills, Private -- United States,
  • United States -- Claims

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesRelief of heirs of Colonel William R. McKee
    SeriesH.rp.2574
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    Pagination2 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15997120M


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Col William Robertson McKee Memorial Photos Flowers Edit Share Birth: Sep. 29, Kentucky, USA Death: Feb. 23, Coahuila de Zaragoza, Mexico Mexican-American War Officer. A member of the prominent McKee family from Kentucky, he graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point inthe same class as Robert E.

Lee and Joseph en: George Wilson McKee, Major, Hugh Wilson Mckee, Lieutenant, Martha Robertson Jones. Col married Miriam McKee on month dayat age 34 at marriage place, Virginia. Miriam was born on September 27in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, USA.

They had 8 children: John McKee, Hugh Ware McKee and 6 other children. Col passed away. PARAMETERS [Lt. Col. William R. Jr., ed Calhoun] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Calhoun, Lt.

Col. William R. Jr., ed. He was the son of William Robertson McKee,and Jane Wilson, ; the brother of Margaret Robertson McKee Jones,and George Wilson McKee, He was not the only one in his family to sacrifice his life for the good of the country.

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McKee Sword: This sword was owned and used by Col. William R. McKee of the 2nd Kentucky Infantry during the Mexican-American War. McKee was Henry Clay, Jr.'s commanding officer and was also killed at the Battle of Buena Vista. Courtesy of the Kentucky Historical Society.

from Kentucky Genealogy and Biography Volume V Boyle County, Kentucky Alexander Robertson McKee, M.D., was born on the 4th of February,near Lancaster, Garrard County, Kentucky. He was the third son of Hon. Samuel McKee, who was a prominent and successful lawyer and politician during the early history of the state.

McKee received. LTCOL Corson's book is a critical account of US involvement in the Vietnam War. The author outlines how the war might have turned out differently had different strategy been applied. His points are made crisply and thoroughly/5(7).

William McKee, son of John, the Pioneer, and Jane Logan MeKee. married Jean (some- ^This was not the Hon. Samuel MeKee of Kentucky, son of Col. William and Miriam McKee. times written Janet and Jane) Kennedy, daughter of Andrew and Margaret.

Many of William's children died young In the second decade f the nineteenth century, some supposedly from tuberculosis. Three of the sons of William Minor Wynne, Jr., and Phillis MarrsJohn, James, and Minormarried daughters of William PeeryOlivia, Sophia, and Emily respectively.

War of Discharge Certificates Updated Febru War of Discharge Certificates Appendix I: List of Units and Subunits Appendix II: List of Company/Detachment Commanders Appendix III: List of Soldiers by Name Appendix IV: List of Soldiers by Unit Appendix IV: List of Soldiers by Unit Legion of the United States Capt.

Alexander Gibson's Co. Henry Blunt, Edward. She m. 20 May Jessamine co., Ky. WILLIAM MCKEE [#12a], son of ROBERT MCKEE and AGNES, was born in County Down, Ireland d. Octo in Garrard Co [Jessamine]., Ky.

her cousin s/o Robert and Agnes en: John Mckee, Jane Mckee, David Logan Mckee, James W. Mckee, Ebenezer Mckee.

Ancestry of Robert Cleaver McKee. Parents: Robert Samuel McKee, borndied Jmarried Miss Charlotte L. Cleaver of Pike County, Mo.

He was a practicing physician of large means ; resided in Clark County, Mo., nearly his whole life, died at. Page Intro by Barry. About a year ago, Debbie Sutherland introduced the book, History of Knox County, Ohio, which described her family Charles McKee ( – ) his wife, Margaret Lockhart, and brother Alexander McKee as the first white settlers in Brown Twp.

It is available as a PDF file, with highlights copied into our webpage, History of Knox County, Ohio, in our USA section. William Randolph I (bapt. 7 November – 11 April ) was an American colonist, landowner, planter, merchant, and politician who played an important role in the history and government of the English colony of moved to Virginia sometime between andand married Mary Isham (ca.

– 29 December ) a few years en: 9, including William, Thomas, Isham, Richard. The Fletcher-class destroyer USS McKee (DD) was named for McKee. Hugh McKee’s father was Col.

William R. McKee, who commanded the 2nd Kentucky in the Mexican War. Col. McKee was killed at the Battle of Buena Vista and is buried beside the Kentucky Military Monument in the Frankfort Cemetery.

Charles H. Bogart Frankfort, Ky. William R. Corson, 74, a retired lieutenant colonel in the Marine Corps and expert on counterinsurgency warfare who was almost court-martialed for publishing a book.

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since canada is legally a bi-lingual country (although actually more and more multi-lingual) the term "english" connotes language rather than origin, and File Size: 2MB. Children of the Honorable William Claiborne (/8) and his first wife Elizabeth Butler were William, Thomas, Leonard, John, Jane married Thomas Brererton (Breeton) and Mary who married Robert Harris (Genealogy of the Claiborne Family, pg.

14 for the last marriage.) Ref.: Northumberland County, Virginia Deeds, Orderspg. to ; so also from towas Benjamin Huger, subsequently a major-general in the Confederate service; Albert E.

Church, the honored West Point Professor of Mathematics, served from to ; Robert Anderson, the hero of Ft. Sumter, was an officer of the regiment for thirty-two years, from to ; Erasmus D.

Keyes, afterwards a major-general of volunteers, from to Vista, Clay and his commanding officer, Colonel William R. McKee, lost their lives. Donated by Mike Housh, War is not just a compilation of dates that represent a series of battles.

"Kentucky Military Treasures," an online exhibition that illustrates the personal stories of bravery, innovation, heartache and perseverance. About William R. Holstine: After a decade of running races with determination, and a yearlong battle with cancer, Lt.

Colonel William Robert Holstine, 47 /5(3). The Lee family of the United States is a historically significant Virginia and Maryland political family, whose many prominent members are known for their accomplishments in politics and the family became prominent in colonial British North America when Richard Lee I ("The Immigrant") immigrated to Virginia in and made his fortune in t region: Virginia, Maryland.

William R. Morrison, destined to be elected a Colonel during the American Civil War, was of Scotch-Irish descent, born on Septem Although raised on a farm, upon his father's remarriage following the death of William's mother, they moved into town, where his father operated the old Ditch Tavern, a political and social hub of the region.

William Duke, Jr., planter and public official, was born in Southside, Va., where his father, William Duke, was a prominent planter. Recent research and records now available support the contention by the Duke family of Warren County, N.C., that they were descendants of the first Colonel William Byrd of Westover through his youngest daughter.

W ILLIAM and M ARGRET B ROWN F AMILY H ISTORY L IBRARY and C ENTER. s’ Home in Rowan County, North Carolina. Main Entrance "Home" In the mids, William and Margret BROWN lived in Rowan County (created ), North Carolina, with some of their 9 children; 3 sons and 6 daughters.

Family records state that William BROWN (c–Feb./Aug) was of Scotch and. Descendants of Daniel Matheny Generation No. 4 William 24 Matheny (Dan William Wentwo Dan William 20 Metteneye, Char J Rich Jean 16 De Metteneye, Pierre 15 Metteneye, Pie Phill Jean 12 De Metteneye, Jacq P Jean 9, Roland 8, Paul 7 De Mathenay, Jean 6, Julien Signuer 5, Guy 4 De Vaudrey, Aimon 3 De Thoire, Guillaume.

Appendix III: List of Soldiers by Name Updated Febru War of Discharge Certificates Appendix I: List of Units and Subunits Appendix II: List of Company/Detachment Commanders Appendix III: List of Soldiers by Name Appendix IV: List of Soldiers by Unit Appendix III: List of Soldiers by Name [table striped="true" responsive="true"]NameYearRegimentCompanyAbbey, Edwardst Missing: William R.

McKee. Col. William R. Pogue eBooks. Buy Col. William R. Pogue eBooks to read online or download in PDF or ePub on your PC, tablet or mobile device.

(from research of William R. Whiteside) Feb. 2 Will "I James Whiteside of Lebanon Township and Lancaster County Weaver being very sick and Weak in Body but of perfect mind and Memory." names wife Ann and son John; states he has seven children "now living." Executors Ralph Whiteside, James McNees, Thomas Hammersley.

Witnesses Jno. William R. Carter is the author of Elements Of Metaphysics ( avg rating, 13 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), The Way Things Are ( avg rating, /5(19). 46TH FIELD ARTILLERY BATTALION (Direct Support 10th Infantry) Battalion Commander. Lt Col James R.

Johnson. Lt Col Robert L. Brunzell (10/09/44) Maj Charles R. Ballou (12/12/44, WIA 12/28/44). Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain (born Lawrence Joshua Chamberlain, September 8, – Febru ) was an American college professor from Maine who volunteered during the American Civil War to join the Union became a highly respected and decorated Union officer, reaching the rank of brigadier general (and brevet major general).He is best known for his gallantry at the Battle of Political party: Republican.

Colonel William R. Pogue flew for the USAF Thunderbirds, and was a test pilot for both the United States Air Force and the British Royal Air Force before his selection as an astronaut in He served in the Support Crew of the Apollo 7 and Apollo 11 missions, Written works: How Do You Go to the Bathroom in Space?, The Trikon Deception.

Colonel JOHN R. ACKLEN, Madison Co., Ala., died on his way to Winchester Springs when he died J ; lived in Huntsville, Ala.; born in Tenn., Jan. 23, and moved with his parents to Alabama, He served as sheriff of the county; had served as an officer in the Florida campaign in J [Caven] Hill, Louise and William R.

King. The Genealogical Record of George and Elizabeth Caven, Immigrants from Ireland and Pioneer Settlers in Springcreek Township, Miami County, Ohio.

2nd Rev. Peoria, Ill.: W.R. King, FHL Book A1 no. [Clark] See Diehl's Notebook () in. Description [Kentucky Volunteers in the Mexican War]. Muster Roll of a Company in the 2nd Kentucky Volunteer Regiment, October- Decembersigned by Captain William Daugherty and Colonel William R.

McKee. One sheet (partly printed on both sides), " x 17", fall/wintern.p. [Mexico], entitled "Muster Roll of Captain William Daugherty, Company of the Second Regiment, Ky &. Historical Person Search Search Search Results Results Louise McKee ( - ) Children.

Laken Dubart Walker - William "Bill" Harry McKee. View all 29 images Top record matches for Louise McKee. Thomas S. McKee. found in U.S., Find A Grave Index, : Female. The Alexander R.

"Bud" Bolling, Jr. files include information relating to the publication of his book The Bolling Family: Eight Centuries of Growth inincluding book reviews, correspondence with his publisher, contracts, and book orders.

Much of the material in this series, however, relates to his service as president of the BFA, and as a. "The Descendants of Stephen Senter of Cumberland Co., N.C., and Sons William and Henry: An Attempt to Identify the Children of William," North Carolina Genealogical Journal, Vol.

31, No. 2. From the Goodspeed Book of NE Arkansas: William R. Bigger, is a native resident of Randolph County, Ark., and was born on the farm where he now lives January 1,and was the eleventh of thirteen children, three now living, born to the marriage of James N. Bigger and Lucretia Parrish, who were born in the.

Col. William Jones. A colonel was sentenced Friday to 12 months in prison in South Carolina -- and dismissed from the U.S. Air Force -- after he Author: Terace Garnier. Retired Air Force Col. William R. Pogue, who died March 3 at 84, was an astronaut and Skylab pilot who flew around the Earth for 84 days in and