on the 1813 tax list marion-lawrence co., ms (160 acres, 4th class, 3rd quality, pearl river, 1 pole, 1 slave, $.26, $1.16 2/3)
1820 census, st. tammany par., la.
settled in la 1811 in isabell area on the bogue chitto river, along with his brother, william, and also benjamin parker, john talley, ebeneezer ford, jonathan taylor, john, charles and william galloway, and william bickham.
From Wikipedia: Magee is a city in Simpson County, Mississippi, United States. The population was 4,200 at the 2000 census and now stands at 5,019 as of Feb. 2007. It is part of the Jackson Metropolitan Statistical Area. The first white settlers in the area were Arthur Mangum and Phil Magee. Both entered the area around 1820. Pioneers from Virginia and the Carolinas followed, and in 1840 Willis Magee built a grist mill on Little Goodwater Creek, inside the present city limits.
From Marion County, MS Deeds and Court Records:
Take Phillip Magee on plea of trespass from Joseph Foreman for $90. 4th Monday of July, 1813.
Magee was indebted to Foreman for $46.81 1/4 cents worth of merchandise.