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James McKie was born 7 July 1760 in Newton Stewart, Wigtownshire, Scotland, United Kingdom to John McKie (1705-1782) and Mary Ann Wilson (c1718-1806) and died 14 June 1843 in White Creek, Washington County, New York, United States of unspecified causes. He married Elizabeth Wilson (1765-1849) 27 January 1785 in Cambridge, Washington County, New York, United States. Ancestors are from the United Kingdom.



Children


Offspring of James McKie and Elizabeth Wilson (1765-1849)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Sarah McKie (1786-1860)
Mary McKie (1787-1845)
John McKie (1789-1864)
George McKie (1791-1861)
Elizabeth McKie (1793-1856)
William McKie (1795-1863)
Anne McKie (1797-1856)
Margaret McKie (1800-1874)
Almy McKie (1802-1868)
James McKie (1805-1869)
Peter McKie (1808-1856) 16 January 1808 White Creek, Washington County, New York, United States of America 11 January 1856 White Creek, Washington County, New York, United States of America Letitia McFarland (1815-1892)

Siblings


Offspring of John McKie and Mary Ann Wilson (c1718-1806)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Alexander McKie
Peter McKie
Mary McKie
John McKie
James McKie (1760-1843) 7 July 1760 Newton Stewart, Wigtownshire, Scotland, United Kingdom 14 June 1843 White Creek, Washington County, New York, United States Elizabeth Wilson (1765-1849)

Elizabeth McKie

Biography

A private in the New York Militia during the Revolutionary War.
Served under Captain Joseph Wells' Company in Colonel Van Woert's regiment.
Served under Captain Samuel Dodge's Company in Colonel Van Dyke's regiment.
Served under Captain Levi Stockwell's Company in Colonel Gansevoort's regiment.
Served at Fort George, Fort Ann, and Skenesborough (White Hall), New York.
Came to colonial America from Scotland in 1774.


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‡ General
Ω Birth
₪ Wedding
  • Reverend Thomas Beveridge
¶ Death



Contributors

  Charles Patrick Behre

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