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Fourth Generation (Continued)

Family of Burrell Thomas KEE (9) & Hannah Emily RHODES

34. James H. KEE. Born on 10 Feb 1861 in Henderson County, Tennessee. At the age of 73, James H. died in Chester County, Tennessee on 8 Mar 1934. Buried in 1934 in Unity Cemetery, Chester County, Tennessee.

James H. married Sallie Dickson REED, daughter of Eli A. REED (1824-) & Mary ? (1824-). Born on 7 Feb 1863. At the age of 71, Sallie Dickson died on 9 Jan 1935. Buried in Jan 1935 in Unity Cemetery, Chester County, Tennessee.

Obituary: Mrs. Sallie Dickson Kee, widow of the late J.H. Kee, died January 9th, 1935, at her home in the old 5th district. Her funeral was conducted by Elder West of Bemis. She is survived by two sons, Ernest and Claude, and three daughters, Mrs. W.C. Crook, Mrs. McCorkle and Mrs. Rhodes.

They had the following children:
83 i. Ernest Pinkney (1886-1951)
84 ii. Virginia Eugenia (1888-1984)
85 iii. Grace Ann (1890-1971)
86 iv. James Clarence (1892-1969)
v. Ester. Born in Oct 1895.

Ester married Jesse RHODES, son of John F. RHODES (1852-1930) & Josie E. ? (1860-1948). Born in 1895 in Tennessee.

vi. Infant. Born in 1901. Infant died in 1901. Buried in 1901 in Unity Cemetery, Chester County, Tennessee.


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