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McGee Family Genealogy

John McGee Revolutionary War Discharge

John Alexander McGee
John Alexander McGee

The Bearer hereof John McGee a soldier in my company 
of the 12th Virginia Regiment whose Term of Enlistment is 
fully expired; having served upwards of two years and 
behaved himself during the time as a good soldier is 
hereby discharged. Given under my hand at Fort Randolph. 
October 10th 1778 
		   Wm McKee Capt 12th Virginia Reg't

Source: NARA Microfilm M804.1683, R6717 pension application

Major Lines in the McGee Family Genealogy
Rev. David Clendenon McGee


Rev. David Clendenon McGee, a Presbyterian minister, was a great grandson of the Revolutionary War Soldier, John McGee (1751-1820)

Descendants of John McGee

Anderson Whitfield Thompson


Anderson Whitfield Thompson was a grandson of Sanders Thompson (1787-1876)

Descendants of Sanders Thompson

Benjamin Franklin Trosper, Sr.


Benjamin Franklin Trosper Sr. was a great grandson of the Revolutionary War Soldier, Nicholas Trosper

Descendants of Nicholas Trosper

Charles Henry Fattig


Charles Henry Fattig was a great grandson of Nicholas Fertich (ca 1760 - 1834)

Descendants of Nicholas Fertich

Revolutionary War Soldiers in the McGee Family Genealogy

Tennessee Images in the McGee Family Genealogy
Lovely watercolor by Billy Higginbotham captures the beauty and character of the ancestral McGee home built by John McGee in the early nineteenth century. Jessie Floyd McGee and his family currently live in the home McGee Home
McGee Cove Eight generations of McGees have lived in the home and on the land first settled by John and Esther McGee in what is now known as McGee Cove, Warren County, Tennessee. John McGee's tombstone is barely visible at the left end of the grove of trees in the center of the photo. Samuel and Manerva are buried near the trees just behind John's grave.
View of Collins River as seen from Shellsford Road, facing West. It is presumed that the land first settled by John and Esther McGee was just East of this point as Collins River approaches Cardwell Mountain. Collins River
Taylor's Creek Taylor's Creek, not far from the land where John and Caroline McGee lived and are buried in White County, Tennessee.
Scenic roadside view on the Caney Fork River near the border of White and DeKalb Counties, Tennessee. Caney Fork River
The Birthing Tree For over 100 years The Birthing Tree with it's ample and well developed structure and foilage gave protection to travelers passing through the area. A number of pregnant women gave birth under the the massive white oak, hence the name. Located NorthEast of McMinnville on Sparta Highway, across from and owned by the River Park Hospital, The Birthing Tree was granted Landmark Tree status in 2000 by the Tennessee Urban Forestry Council.
Nationally famous Cumberland Caverns is located on Cardwell Mountain. On the other side of Cardwell Mountain lies McGee Cove. Cumberland Caverns
Tennessee State Library and Archives Tennessee State Library and Archives in Nashville, Tennsessee, is a tremendous resource for historic documents and microfilm

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H. Dean McGee

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