Person:Alexander McKee (4)

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Alexander McKee
b.abt 1735
d.15 Jan 1799
  1. Alexander McKeeabt 1735 - 1799
  1. Thomas McKeeabt 1770 - 1814
m. BEF 1742
  1. Tecumoplas Margaret McKee1742 - AFT 1791
Facts and Events
Name Alexander McKee
Gender Male
Birth[2] abt 1735
Marriage BEF 1742 Pennsylvania, USAto Sewatha Sarah Straighttail
Death[2] 15 Jan 1799
Reference Number? Q4719608?
Military[2] Colonel Citation needed


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Colonel Alexander McKee (ca. 1735 – 15 January 1799) was an agent in the British Indian Department during the French and Indian War, the American Revolutionary War, and the Northwest Indian War.

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References
  1.   Nelson, Larry L. A Man of Distinction Among Them: Alexander McKee and British-Indian Affairs Along the Ohio Country Frontier, 1754-1799. (Ohio, USA: Kent State University Press).

    "Half ShawneeN1 and fathered by a white trader, McKee played a pivotal go-between role in Great Lakes Indian affairs for nearly fifty years."

  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Alexander McKee, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia, last accessed Nov 2016.

    Alexander McKee (ca. 1735 – 15 January 1799) was an agent in the British Indian Department during the French and Indian War, the American Revolutionary War, and the Northwest Indian War. He achieved the rank of colonel. ...

  3.   Researchers vary, his mother may have been born a Shawnee or she was an adopted captive of the Shawnee.