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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.
I am including that information here, HOWEVER PLEASE BEWARE…there are many places that seem iffy and have little to no documentation. I do not guarantee the accuracy of this information. 1708 – 1711 in Killyleagh Parish, Down County, Ireland; died 1776 in Prince Fredericks Parish, Williamsburg Township; Craven County, South Carolina. I have seen reference for Ann Witherspoon being married to 4 different Mc Kee men, all with the same children. I have tried to discern this as best as I could, based on the information I had and dates of birth, death, marriage, etc. In his will, he mentions his granddaughter, Elizabeth Mc Kee. 86 “Archibald Mc Kee’s will was proved October 3, 1776. Two of the children of Archibald Mc Kee, Adam Mc Kee and Jane Mc Kee, wife of William Miller, removed to Abbeville County, South Carolina and settled near Greenville Presbyterian Church. Her summary pretty much follows the Moore abstract: He mentions Elizabeth and names her daughters Jane Witherspoon, Elizabeth & Margaret O’Brien. Mentions Samuel Knox without specifying relationship. He mentions Adam first, then Joseph then Martha Cooper, Jane Miller and Archibald Knox. (Deputy Surveyor) Typescript of original handwritten land grant of 350 acres (with drawing) in Craven County, South Carolina and 1 town lot in Williamsburg. 1677 in Killyleagh, County Down, Northern Ireland; died Aft. The first settlement was on the neck of land above the confluence of the Kiaway and the Wando Rivers.
As from Saturday, it will go on public display at the Yorkshire Museum in York until 5 May.
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.
The current five year long archaeological investigation at the site, being carried out by researchers from the universities of York, Manchester and Chester, is being funded by the EU’s European Research Council, Historic England and the local Vale of Pickering Research Trust.
Please use this as a guide or basis for your own research. Much more information and research needs to be done to figure it out. He mentions his wife, Elizabeth; his five children, Adam and Joseph Mc Kee, Martha Cooper, Jane Miller, and Archibald Knox, and his two sons-in-law, William Miller and Samuel Knox.” Mc Kee History by HHM [Info received from Linda Bullard, do not know who HHM is] These are the ships that the Mc Kee family’s came to Charleston, SC on from Ireland in 1772-1773. Joseph Mc Kee of Williamsburg District, signed will 23 March 1810, probated 23 April 1810 by David Mc Clary, Ordinary, Williamsburg District [A-75], mentioning “beloved wife” [no name]. Elizabeth Mc Kee, James Fleming and son, Joseph Mc Kee were names executors/ executrix . Mc Kee ” with the “A” apparantly his mark rather than a middle initial. (Deputy Surveyor) Series: S213019 Volume: 0042 Page: 00024 Item: 000 Date: 7/5/1740 Description: MCKEE, ARCHIBALD, LAND GRANT FOR 1 TOWN LOT AND 350 ACRES IN CRAVEN COUNTY. The orginal document is located in the South Carolina Department of Archives and History . The town was named Charles Town in homor of King Charles who had granted the the rivers were renamed the Ashley and Cooper after you know who.
From Wanda Frazer Immigrated to South Carolina in early 1750. Mary Wilson, widow of David Wilson, whom he now intends to wed. Following heirs named in Estate: Elizabeth Mc Kee, widow 1/3 of Estate Mary, wife of Daniel H. The transaction was proved and recorded This was taken from SC Deed Abstracts 1783-1788 at the SC Archives (Moore Abstract, pg. Jane Bell July 10, 1707 in Killyleagh, Down County, Ireland. Among his early acts (1663) as King Charles II, the grateful young monarch rewarded eight of his supporters with the gift of a vast, undefined portion of North America naming the territory Carolina.
Joseph Mc Kee died 31 March 1810, age 77 Ann Mc Kee, his 2nd widow, died 29 Dec. The SC Land Plats show Adam Mc Kie, Sr., took land in 96 District in 1774. The will of Adam Mc Kee [sic.], Abbeville District, was signed 13 July 1805; probated 5 Jan. It may well be that the teacher was Archibald’s second wife who would have been Adam & Joseph’s stepmother during years when penmanship skills were being sharpened === I am disrecarding LDS and other sites/postings showing an Archibald Mc Kee JUNIOR stemming from the supposed earlier marriage of Joseph Mc Kee’s wife Ann Witherspoon. , Williamsburg, South Carolina SOUTH CAROLINA Pursuant to a precept to me directed by James St. bearing date the 13th day of Apr one thousand seven hundred and thirty eight, I have admeasured and laid out unto Mr. A few bold traders ventured up the trail to the Indian villages.
1778, aged 37 Elizabeth Mc Kee, his 3rd widow died 6 July 1810, aged 66 years [SC Historical Magazine XIII, 66] Elizabeth Mc Kee signed will 2 July 1810; probated 24 July 1810, naming following heirs: Nephews: David Shaw, William Shaw, John Shaw. 1807, naming wife Jean, executor, with my sons, Michael and Adam Mc Kee, Jr. I suspect the postings were recycled “garbage” IF he existed, this Archibald Jr was purportedly born c1737 in SC and died some time after 1760. SOUTH CAROLINA Pursuant to a precept to me directed by James St. bearing date the 13th day of Apr one thousand seven hundred and thirty eight, I have admeasured and laid out unto Mr. Archibald Mc Kee a tract of land containing three hundred and fifty acres, situate lying and being within the township of Williamsburgh, in Craven County. From a path for Indian traders and hunters the Cherokee Path became the main roadway into the interior for traders and colonizers.