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While visiting Ireland, a fellow researcher did a lot of research on the early Mc Kee’s. Note: There is a lot of confusion about which Mc Kee married which Witherspoon and all of their children. Trustees named as Robert Wilson and Robert Witherspoon. After the death of his 2nd wife, Archibald Mc Kee Married 3-Elizabeth _______. 295) showing: ARCHIBALD Mc KEE, his mark, Prince Fredericks Parish, Craven Co., SC; One third of estate to wife ELIZABETH Residue of estate to five children: ADAM JOSEPH MARTHA COOPER JANE MILLER ARCHIBALD KNOX Also mentions wife;s daughters JANE WITHERSPOON MARG. Later the territory would be split into North and South Carolina.She passed the information on to Wayne Adams and myself. There are notices of Archibald Mc Kee being married to 2-3 different Witherspoon women. There is also confusion concerning which set of children goes with which family. They had four sons, James, Gavin, Robert, and John; and one daughter, Ann, who married Archibald Mc Kee. Witnesses: Joseph Mickie, Mary Dick and John Leviston, J. Archibald Mc Kee, Williamsburg Township, Prince Frederick Parrish, Craven County, signed will 3 Oct. “What I give to her is to pass to her three daughters by her former husband, viz: Elizabeth O’Brien, Margaret O’Brien, and Jane Witherspoon.” To my children, each 1/5th of my Estate: Martha Cooper; Adam Mc Kee; Joseph Mc Kee; Jane, wife of William Miller; _______ Knox, wife of Samuel Knox “her share to her son, Archibald Knox.” Executors: wife, Elizabeth; son, Joseph Mc Kee with James Fleming, Esquire [Charleston County 18-241]. & ELIZABETH O’BRIEN Son-in-law WILLIAM MILLER d P/R nd, p241 Sandra Mc Kee got a copy of the will. The background was light gray with handwriting not completely clear — readable but not clear. The remainder of his estate was to his five children. Colonization began about seven years after the grant led by Anthony Ashley-Cooper who became the Earl of Shaftesbury. 1776 in Williamsburg Township, Craven County, South Carolina. The Mackeys and Allied Families South Carolina Chapter II pp. Mc Kee [daughter] Sarah L., wife of James Mc Mahan [daughter] Elizabeth, wife of N. Carter [daughter] Rosannah, wife of James Grimes [daughter] Margaret B. Neal [daughter] James Mc Kee, deceased son; to his heirs [of whom further] Stephen J. When she married Archibald, Mary was a widow in her fifties — beyond normal child bearing age (even one, let alone two! It would be expected that if Archibald had children by his second marriage, they would be mentioned on his will. There is a reasonable likelihood that his first male child would have had that name but died young, perhaps in the great epidemict. Thomas of Abbeville County could possibly have been born as early as 1719 but more likely all three were a generation later than the family charted above.
Hanna and James Hanna, given by their grandfather to their mother, who has since died. Ann Davis, Amite County, Mississippi, signed will 24 July 1825; probated 22 Aug. To: Letticea Thompson Davis “my living daughter under 18 years of age”; “My step-sons”; Elijah Mc Kay Davis, Morgan Davis, Stephen R. Inventory made by James Pettigrew, William Mc Kee, John Milford, Thomas Milford, David Gillespie. Eleven townships were laid out each to contain twenty thousand acres and to be situated on some river within approximately sixty miles of Charleston.
[No date of Court Order.] The will of Henry Hanna was signed 26 July 1820; probated 6 March 1821, naming following children: William Henry Hanna, James Hanna, Elizabeth Martha Hanna [2nd daughter], Anna Latita Hanna [eldest daughter], Nancy Elvira Hanna [youngest daughter]. Executors: Moses Gordon, Sr., James Hanna “my brother”; John Knox, William Henry Hanna, “my son now under age”. In the final settlement of Estate, Betsy Cash; signed as Betsy Mc Kee, but the name of her husband was not given. By November 1732 surveyers had completed their work on six townships.
Archibald’s 2nd marriage in 1757 was to the widow of David Wilson who may also have died during that epidemic.
From a discourse on the 120th anniversary of the establishment of Bethel Church in Kingstree mention is made that: “In 1749 three of the original elders to wit William James, David Witherspoon and John Fleming, died of a singular epidemic known as the Great Mortality” which ravaged the country, carrying off no less than eighty persons of the little township” All three of the elders were Witherspoon’s or married to Witherspoon’s so obviously the epidemic struck very close to home.
This was not possible since Ann was not even born until 1739.
Jane C., wife of Mark Prince, Pickens, SC [daughter] 2. A 7/5/1740 land grant for 300 acres and a lot in Kingstree places him in the settlement by that date. Some researchers have identified Archibald’s wife/ the mother of Joseph, Adam etal as Ann Witherspoon.
Witness: John and Robert Nesmith, Zachariah Nettles. Hanna, guardian of James Hanna [minor]; Moses Gordon, guardian of Nancy Hanna [minor]. Administrators: John Lowry, James Denman, Samuel Knox, Daniel Mc Gahey and Stephen Heard. It is probable that she was the wife of Archibald Mc Kee, Sr., since a relationship existed between the Cash family of Anderson District and this branch of the Mc Kee family. The second of these — Williamsburg Township — is of primary interest to us.. NOTE that connection of this ARCHIBALD to the SC Mc KEEs is strictly circumstantial.
Archibald Mc Kee and wife, Elizabeth, a deed to Mark Prince, signed 23 March 1846, tract of land containing 100 acres originally granted William Mc Kee, being part of said tract lying in Anderson District bound on North by William A. Among the earliest Williamsburg County settlers arriving from Ulster were the Witherspoons and not far behind them came our ancester Archibald Mc Kee . However, he was the only ARCHIBALD Mc KEE on the entire IGI for Ireland; Irish research indicated Archibald was a very rare name among Mc KEEs; yet the name was passed along in three Mc KEE families of settlers in SC (all with distinct possibilities of being related to each other). A rebuttable assumption is that ARCHIBALD & JANE had a son (“Jr”) born 1708-11 not reflected by the IGI.
Archibald’s link to Archibald Sr is circumstantual so should be viewed with caution.
Archibald Mc Kee, son, residing in Tippah County, Mississippi 4. Marriage Notes for Archibald Mc Kee and Unknown: ..