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31. Vardry MCBEE was born in 1775 in Spartanburg District, South Carolina. He died on 23 January 1864 at the age of 89 in Greenville, Greenville County, South Carolina.

Vardy is often seen as Vardry "Echols" McBee. I think he did not have a middle name - it is not given in any historical accounts, only in various databases online. Probably picked up from his mother's maiden name as identification and mistaken for a given name.

It seems doubtful that Vardy, the son, would have been counted in a census in 1790 as head of household since he would have been only 15 years old. No other Vardry McBees have surfaced, but certainly two of them were counted in 1790:
1790 Census. North Carolina, Fayette Co.
Vardray Magby 1 - 4 - 2
South Carolina, Spartanburg
Vardy Magbay: 1 - 3 - ?5 [number off the page]

1800 Census, NC, Rutherford Co.
Vardry McBee: 1m -10, 1m 10-16, 1m 16-26, 1m 26-45. 2f -10, 1f 26-45

1810 Census, NC, Lincoln Co
Vardry McBee: 3m 16-26, 1m 26-45. 2f -10, 1f 16-26

1820 Census, NC, Lincoln Co, East of the South Fork of the Catawba River
Vardry McBee: 3m -10, 1m 10-16, 3m 16-26, 1m 26-45
1f -10, 1f 10-16, 1f 26-45

1830 Census, NC, Lincoln Co
[Capt.] Vardry McBee: 2m 5-10, 1m 10-15, 2m 15-20, 2m 20-30, 1m 50-60
1f 5-10, 1f 10-15, 1f 20-30, 1f 40-50 18 slaves

That a Vardry McBee was Clerk of the Lincoln County Court is proved by his certification and signature on several Revolutionary pension applications filed in Lincoln County in 1832 and 1833.

1840 Census, Greenville Co, SC
Vardery McBee: 1m 15-20, 3m 20-30, 1m 60-70 1f 30-40, 1f 50-60. 24 slaves

1850 Census, Town of Greenville, Greenville Co, SC, Hh 2347
Vardery McBee, age 74, farmer, value of property $60,000, b. SC
Jane, 67, b. NC.
Malinda, age 43, b. NC. Stephen Alexander, age 29, Millwright, b. NC
T. C. Carson, age 40, farmer, b. NC. Martha, age 34, b. NC
their children born in SC: Joseph 13, Vardry 11, Jane 8, Charles 5

Hh 1335
L. M. McBee, age 38, lawyer, [family all marked as born in SC]
Susan, age 34. Vardry 4, Annie, 2, Alexander, 1.
Hh 2285
W. P. McBee, age 30, merchant, b. NC. Harriet, age 27. Frank 4, Vardry 1.

1860 Census, Town of Greenville, Greenville Co, SC Hh 2090
Vardry McBee, age 85, Farmer, Value of Real Estate $185,000. Value of personal property [slaves] $182,350. born SC
Jane, age 77, b. NC. Malinda P. age 50, b. NC.
Elias Alexander, age 68, miller, b. NC [Jane's brother?]
Gabriel Cothran, age 20, apprentice, b. SC
Jacob Cagle, age 28, millwright, b. NC
Jane Carson, age 17, b. SC
Next household was that of son William P.McBee.
Hh2091
Wm P. McBee, age 40, farmer, b. NC. Harriet B. 37, b. SC
Children all born in SC: Frank B. 13, Vardry 11, Malinda P. 6, Emily L. 4
Sue Samuels, age 26, b. SC
Hh 2264
Alex McBee, age 39, manufacturer, b. NC. Henrietta R., age 27, b. SC
Richard 9, Elias 3, and Pinkney 3. [apparently twins]
Hh 2282
Susan B. McBee, age 44, b. SC [Luther's widow]
Vardry 14, Anna 12, Alexander 11, and Luther 6

1860, Greenville Co, Oil Camp Hh 1379
Tench Carson, age 50, farmer, b. NC. Martha A., age 45, b. NC
Joseph 23, b. SC. Jane 17, b. SC [probably counted twice] Charles 15, b. SC


From the online indexes of the South Carolina Archives:
Series Number: S165015 Year: 1817
Item: 00093 ignore: 00
Date: 1817/11/28
Description: MCBEE, VARDRY, PETITION ASKING FOR PERMISSION TO BRING NOT MORE THAN THIRTY SLAVES INTO THE STATE FROM NORTH CAROLINA. (2 PAGES)
Names Indexed: MCBEE, VARDRY/ALSTON, LEMUEL J./EARLE, GEORGE W./
Locations: LINCOLN COUNTY, N.C./NORTH CAROLINA/GREENVILLE DISTRICT

Series Number: S213192 Volume: 0049
Page: 00320 Item: 01
Date: 1831/05/31
Description: MCBEE, VARDRY, PLAT FOR 718 ACRES ON REEDY RIVER, GREENVILLE DISTRICT, SURVEYED BY JOHN WATSON, SHOWING LOTS OWNED BY JAMES GIRLEY AND OTHERS.
Names Indexed: MCBEE, VARDRY/WATSON, JOHN/GIRLEY, JAMES/THOMPSON, WADDY/HARRISON, RICHARD/BALE, JOHN/EATESFIELD, DR./VICKERS, ALEXANDER/EARLE, R./WILLIAMS, THOMAS B./TOWNS, GEORGE F.
Locations: GREENVILLE DISTRICT/REEDY RIVER/BRUSHY CREEK
Series Number: S213192 Volume: 0049
Page: 00335 Item: 10


Date: 1831/07/01
Description: MCBEE, VARDRY, PLAT FOR 2,048 ACRES ON FORK OF BRUSHY CREEK AND LONG BRANCH, GREENVILLE DISTRICT, SURVEYED BY JOHN WATSON, SHOWING PLAT FOR 102 ACRES OWNED BY W. T. ROWLAND.
Names Indexed: MCBEE, VARDRY/WATSON, JOHN/WILLIAMS, THOMAS B./JENNINGS, F. E. E./JACOBS, WILLIAM/WALKER, G./CLEVELAND, JEREMIAH/ALSTON, JOSEPH/WADDELL, E./GORDON, JOHN/ROWLAND, W. T.
Locations: GREENVILLE DISTRICT/BRUSHY CREEK/LONG BRANCH/REEDY RIVER
Type: PLAT/
Series Number: S213192 Volume: 0049
Page: 00333 Item: 10


Date: 1831/07/12
Description: MCBEE, VARDRY, PLAT FOR 2,199 ACRES ON MOUNTAIN CREEK, GREENVILLE DISTRICT, SURVEYED BY JOHN WATSON.
Names Indexed: MCBEE, VARDRY/WATSON, JOHN/EDWARDS, HIRAM/CROFT, EDWARD/GOODLETT, Z./THOMPSON, W./ROBERTS, JAMES/BROOKSHIRE, MANERING/HOOKER, JAMES/THOMPSON, SAMUEL/TAYLER, WILLIAM/OLIVER, JOHN
Locations: GREENVILLE DISTRICT/MOUNTAIN CREEK/ENOREE RIVER/PINEY MOUNTAIN
Type: PLAT/

Series Number: S165015 Year: 1841
Item: 00038 ignore: 00
Date: 1841/11/18
Description: INHABITANTS OF GREENVILLE, PETITION TO RENEW GREENVILLES CHARTER. (4 PAGES)
Names Indexed: GOODLETT, W. M./COLE, H. W./MONTGOMERY, R. M./PERRY, B. F./DYER, G. B./GERARD, F. G./CHOICE, JEFFERSON/TOWNES, G. F./CRITTENDEN, JOHN/MCBEE, V./MCBEE, A./WALKER, TANDY/NICHOL, A./THURSTON, L. S./STOKES, C. R./CLEVELAND, JEREMIAH/DUNAHM, B./BLEAKLEY, A./DAVENPORT, WILLIAM/LONG, J. W.
Locations: GREENVILLE/GREENVILLE DISTRICT
Type: PETITION/
Topics: CITY COUNCIL, GREENVILLE/

Series Number: S165015 Year: ND00
Item: 03168 ignore: 00
Date: 1856 C.
Description: CITIZENS OF GREENVILLE, PETITION TO ESTABLISH AND INCORPORATE A SUMMER MEDICAL SCHOOL IN GREENVILLE. (4 PAGES)
Names Indexed: EDWARDS, P. C./CAMPBELL, W. H./THURSTON, A. LEE/FURMAN, JAMES C./GRADY, JOHN W./JONES, E. P./EASLEY, W. K./ELDRIDGE, JEREMIAH/JOYCE, A. J./MCDANIEL, W. A./GOODLETT, R. H./GOODLETT, S. D./MCBEE, VARDRY/MCBEE, ALEXANDER/DUNCAN, R. B./DUNCAN, P. E./BEATTIE, F. F./DOYLEY, C. W./ISAACS, A./HOOEY, W. H.
Locations: GREENVILLE/
Type: PETITION/
Topics: COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES/MEDICINE, PRACTICE OF


The best documentation I have found for Vardry McBee, son of Vardry & Hannah is online from the following:
Manuscripts Department, University Library of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
http://www.lib.unc.edu/mss/inv/htm/02263.html
Inventory of the McBee Family Papers, 1754-1937
Collection Number 2263
Biographical Note
Vardry McBee (1775-1864) was the son of Captain McBee, a Virginian who settled in what is now upper South Carolina prior to 1770. Captain McBee was constable of Tryon County in 1770 and later fought on the Whig side in the Revolution. He owned valuable lands in the Spartanburg district, including Limestone Springs, but lost them shortly after the Revolution, apparently as the result of poor management.
When his father lost the land, circa 1777, young Vardry McBee left school and went to work in the manufacture of lime. In 1793, he went to Lincolnton, N.C., apprenticed to his brother-in-law Joseph Morris, to learn the saddler's trade. In 1800, he moved to Charleston, S.C., only to return to Lincolnton, then relocate with his family to Kentucky a short time later. He opened a saddle shop in middle Tennessee in 1801, but the following year he returned to Lincolnton to open a store in partnership with John Campbell of Charleston, S.C. He sold his interests in this store in 1805.
In 1812, McBee became clerk of court of Lincoln County, N.C., a post he held until 1833. In 1815, he bought several thousand acres of land in and around the town of Greenville, S.C. In 1817, he built a flour mill there, and, in 1829, he built a second mill. He later added a woolen mill, a cotton mill, and a paper factory. He was an important delegate to the 1833 North Carolina Convention on Internal Improvements. He moved from Lincolnton to Greenville in 1836 in order to be closer to his many business interests there.
McBee became interested in railroads and served as president of the Louisville, Cincinnati, and Charleston project. He subscribed to $50,000 worth of stock of the Greenville and Columbia railroad, saving the company from extinction and becoming the largest individual subscriber of railroad stock in the United States up to that time. He was also interested in agricultural affairs and was active in the promotion of better agricultural practices. Until his death in 1864, he was a wealthy and influential man in upper South Carolina.
Vardry McBee married Jane Alexander, daughter of Colonel Elias Alexander of Rutherford County, N.C., in 1805. The McBees had nine children: Joseph Gallishaw, Malinda Penelope, Silas L., Luther Martin, Hannah E., Martha ("Patsy") Adeline, Vardry Alexander, William Pinkney, and Alexander.
Their son Vardry Alexander McBee (1818-1904) was educated at Pleasant Retreat Academy in Lincolnton and graduated from the University of North Carolina in 1841. He studied law and passed the bar examination, but was never active in the practice of law. He thrice served as clerk of court of Lincoln County and represented the county in the General Assembly in 1861 when he was elected without opposition to fill the unexpired term of his friend John F. Hoke, who had resigned to enter the Confederate Army.
Vardry Alexander McBee was a successful planter. He owned a large plantation several miles from Lincolnton. In addition, he was active in the construction of plank roads and railroads. He was treasurer of the Wilmington, Charlotte, and Rutherford Railroad Company and had a prominent part in the organization of the Chester and Lenoir Railroad. McBee was active in business, civic, and church affairs of Lincolnton and western North Carolina until his death in 1904.
Vardry Alexander McBee married Mary E. Sumner, whose father was then in charge of the male and female academies of Lincolnton. The McBees had nine children: Jane, Sarah, Mary ("Mamie"), Anne, Martha, Sumner, Silas, Vardry, and Thomas.
Their son Vardry McBee (1860?-1938) was educated at the University of the South at Sewannee, Tenn., and attended a theological seminary in New York. He became an Episcopal priest, but apparently retired from the ministry around 1896, possibly because of ill health. McBee was a gifted musician and was at one time the organist at Trinity Church in New York City. He married Anne Joyce Gwyn, the daughter of James and Mary Lenoir Gwyn of "Green Hill," Ronda, Wilkes County, N.C. Anne Gwyn was an artist and apparently made portraits and tapestries for various people around the state.
Additional information about the McBee family and about some of the people whose letters are present in this collection may be found in William E. Sherrill's Annals of Lincoln County, North Carolina (1937) and in Thomas F. Hickerson's Happy Valley (1940).

Vardry MCBEE and Jane ALEXANDER were married on 16 August 1804 in North Carolina. Jane ALEXANDER was born (date unknown).

Jane was the daughter of Col. Elias Alexander of Rutherford Co NC. Her mother said to be Ann McCall.

Date: Wed, 17 May 2000 20:13:25 -0700
From: Olive Ruth Alexander <Okey11@swbell.net> .
Source: ALEXANDER-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: Re: [ALEXANDER-L]
Alexander Genealogy . HISTORY OFF OLD TRYON AND RUTHERFORD COUNTIES, NORTH CAROLINA 1730-1936 By Clarence W. Griffin, Asheville, NC: The Miller Printing Company, 1937 Page 170:
Senator Elias Alexander, III, was a son of Elias Alexander, II, who was born in Maryland in 1746.
Elias Alexander, I, lived in Maryland and died there in 1747. His wife was Ann Taylor, who died in Mecklenburg Co., NC, in 1800. Elias Alexander, II, was a son of this couple. He migrated to Mecklenburg Co. with other Alexanders, and settled in the Sugaw Creek settlement, a few miles north of Charlotte.
Elias, II, later removed to Rutherford Co., and was a valiant soldier in the Revolution, participating in the battles at Kings Mountain and Guilford Court House. His wife, Agnes (McCall) Alexander, died in Rutherford Co. in 1826 and Col. Elias Alexander died May 13, 1818. They had eleven children:
(1) Francis Alexander (1778-1852), many years county surveyor of Rutherford Co. His daughter, Jane McBee, married Francis S. Coxe of Philadelphia, April 24, 1823. They were the parents of the late Frank Coxe of Asheville. Margaret Rebecca, another daughter of Francis Alexander, married Rev. Campbell Smith of the South Carolina Methodist Conference. A son, Ross Alexander, Jr., married Charlotte Hill and they were parents of the late J. F. Alexander, Forest City lumberman, businessman, textile manufaccturer and Assemblyman, and Hon. A. C. Alexander, of Georgia.
(2) Major Ross Alexander, Sr., son of Elias, II, was thrown from a mule and killed July 6, 1849, near Hazelhurst Farm, three miles south of Forest City.
(3) Anna married Stephen Camp.
(4) Jane married Verdry McBee, of Lincolnton.
(5) Margaret married Col. David Reinhardt.
(6) Patsy Blanton married Jacob Fisher.
(7) William Alexander died 1821.
(8) Elias Alexander, III, son of Elias, II, was State Sentor in 1832. He was living in Greenville, SC, in 1875.
(9) James Taylor Alexander.
(10 and 11) Thomas and Alston Alexander both died young.

Vardry MCBEE and Jane ALEXANDER had the following children:

128

i.

Joseph Gallishaw MCBEE was born on 20 August 1805 in Lincolnton, Lincoln County, North Carolina. He died on 15 October 1806 at the age of 1 in Lincolnton, Lincoln County, North Carolina.

129

ii.

Malinda Penelope MCBEE was born on 15 October 1807 in Lincolnton, Lincoln County, North Carolina. She died on 2 January 1891 at the age of 83 in Greenville, Greenville County, South Carolina.

1860 Census, Town of Greenville, Greenville Co, SC Hh 2090
Vardry McBee, age 85, Farmer, Value of Real Estate $185,000. Value of personal property [slaves] $182,350. born SC
Jane, age 77, b. NC. Malinda P. age 50, b. NC.

Malinda never married. She is said to have mentioned in the will of her grandfather, Elias Alexander. She was in love with Turner Bynum, who was killed in a duel in 1832.

In the 1880 census she was living with her youngest brother and his family.

130

iii.

Silas Leroy MCBEE was born on 27 September 1809 in Lincolnton, Lincoln County, North Carolina. He died on 14 September 1827 at the age of 17 in Lincolnton, Lincoln County, North Carolina.

131

iv.

Luther Martin MCBEE was born on 13 January 1812 in Lincolnton, Lincoln County, North Carolina. He died on 29 November 1854 at the age of 42 in Greenville, Greenville County, South Carolina.

Luther married Susan Branford McCall on 5 Dec 1845, Greenville SC.

1850, Greenville, SC
Hh 1335
L. M. McBee, age 38, lawyer, [family all marked as born in SC]
Susan, age 34. Vardry 4, Annie, 2, Alexander, 1.

1860, Greenville, SC
Hh 2282
Susan B. McBee, age 44, b. SC [Luther's widow]
Vardry 14, Anna 12, Alexander 11, and Luther 6

1870, Greenville, SC Hh 22
Susan B. McBee, age 54. Vardry, age 23. Alexander, age 21. Luther age 16.
Susan B. McCall, age 80, b. SC. Ann McCall, age 52, b. SC.

132

v.

Hannah Echols MCBEE was born on 13 October 1813 in Lincolnton, Lincoln County, North Carolina. She died on 16 September 1814 at the age of 0 in Lincolnton, Lincoln County, North Carolina.

133

vi.

Martha Adeline MCBEE was born on 1 May 1816 in Lincolnton, Lincoln County, North Carolina.

Martha married Tench Coxe Carson on 6 Oct 1835. They were living with her father in 1850.

1850 Census, Town of Greenville, Greenville Co, SC, Hh 2347
Vardery McBee, age 74, farmer, value of property $60,000, b. SC
Jane, 67, b. NC.
Malinda, age 43, b. NC. Stephen Alexander, age 29, Millwright, b. NC
T. C. Carson, age 40, farmer, b. NC. Martha, age 34, b. NC
their children born in SC: Joseph 13, Vardry 11, Jane 8, Charles 5

1860, Greenville Co, Oil Camp Hh 1379
Tench Carson, age 50, farmer, b. NC. Martha A., age 45, b. NC
Joseph 23, b. SC. Jane 17, b. SC [probably counted twice because she was also listed with her grandfather] Charles 15, b. SC

134

vii.

Vardry Alexander MCBEE was born on 17 April 1818 in Lincolnton, Lincoln County, North Carolina. He died on 17 February 1904 at the age of 85 in Lincolnton, Lincoln County, North Carolina.

Vardry married Mary Elizabeth Sumner, 16 Dec 1847, in North Carolina. He lived on the original McBee homestead in Lincolnton.

1850, Lincoln Co NC,
V. A. McBee, age 32, Lawyer, b. NC. Mary E., age 20, b. NC
Jane age 4/12

1860, Lincolnton, Lincoln Co, NC Hh 124
V. A. McBee, age 42, Clerk, Superior Court, b. Lincolnton
Mary, age 31, b. Gates Co
Ann, age 10. Sumner, age 8. Silas, age 6. Sallie age 4. Vardry, 7/12.

1870, Lincolnton, Lincoln Co, NC Hh 20
Vardry A. McBee, age 52, Farmer. Mary E. age 41.
Sumner 18, Silas 17, Sarah 14, Vardry 10, Mary 8, Annie 5, Thomas 3, Martha 8 months, born Sept 1869.

1880, Lincolnton, Lincoln Co NC Hh 392
Vardry McBee, age farmer, b. NC, father b. SC, mother b. NC
Mary E. wife, age 51, b. NC, father b. NC, mother b. VA
Sallie 24, Mary 18, Annie 16, Martha 10 - daughters

1900, Lincolnton, LIncoln Co NC Hh 70
Vardry A. McBee, age 82, b. April 1818, married for 52 years. Born SC, father b. SC, mother b. NC
Mary E., wife, age 71, b. Jan 1829. She had 11 children, 7 are still living.


Author: davewb07Surnames:
Message Board URL: http://boards.rootsweb.com/surnames.mcbee/908/mb.ashx
Message Board Post:
Looking for information on Silas McBee, son of Vandry Alexander McBee. Silas McBee was the seventh child of Vandry Alexander McBee (1818-1904) and Mary E Sumner. Silas McBee was born on 14 Nov 1853 in Lincolnton, North Carolina and died on 2 Sept 1924 in Charleston, South Carolina. I have found Silas with his parents on Lincolnton in the 1860 and 1870 USA census. The next census I have found Silas in is the 1920 census in North Hempstead, Nassau, New York with his second wife Louise Post and his son by his first marriage Silas McBee, Jr. Silas McBee's first wife was Mary Estelle Sutton, born 6 Oct 1854 in Jackson, Mississippi and died on 15 Jun 1891 in perhaps Sewanee, Tennessee. I am looking for any marriage records for Silas and any information on Silas and his family in the 1880, 1900, and 1910 USA census. My interest in Silas McBee is because of his daughter Emma Estelle McBee, born 9 Jul 1878 in Monteagle, Tennessee and died on 4 Apr 1964 in Charleston, South Carolina. I remember Miss Estelle fondly as a small boy in Charleston. Miss Estelle's younger sister Mary Vardrine McBee (1879-1965) was the founder in 1909 in Charleston of the Ashley Hall preparatory school for girls. Miss Estelle was the Assistant Head Mistress of Ashley Hall. Census records show Silas McBee as the editor of a newspaper. The McBee sisters younger brother Silas McBee, Junior who was born on 26 Jun 1887 in Monteagle, Tennessee. It is believed that Silas, Junior's wife Corina was from South America, perhaps Venezuela.
I did a Google search for 'silas mcbee editor newspaper" and found that Silas McBee's papers are at the University of North Carolina Libraries. Silas McBee was editor of the The Churchman and The Constructive Quarterly publications of the Episcopal church. Also found a a very brief bio of Silas McBee at genealogy site that had Autobiographical information for Lincoln County, North Carolina people.

135

viii.

William Pinkney MCBEE was born on 7 August 1820 in Lincolnton, Lincoln County, North Carolina. He died on 6 October 1860 at the age of 40 in Greenville, Greenville County, South Carolina.

William married Harriet Ford Butler on 16 Jun 1846 in Greenville SC.

1850 Census, Greenville, Greenville Co SC
Hh 2285
W. P. McBee, age 30, merchant, b. NC. Harriet, age 27. Frank 4, Vardry 1.

1860 Census, Greenville, next door to his father.
Hh2091
Wm P. McBee, age 40, farmer, b. NC. Harriet B. 37, b. SC
Children all born in SC: Frank B. 13, Vardry 11, Malinda P. 6, Emily L. 4
Sue Samuels, age 26, b. SC

1870 Census, Greenville
Hh 30
H. B. McBee, female, age 47, keeping house
Vardry E., age 21. Melinda P. age 16. Emily L., age 14.
G. L. Butler, [male] age 53, gin maker. L. F. Bulter [female] age 18.
Susan V. Samuel, age 36
Martha Moore, age 25, Black, cook. Moore children: Sallie 10, Andrew 7, Simpson 5, James 2.
William Wickliff, age 14, Black, works on farm.
Robert Sloan, age 11, Mulatto, works on farm.
Laura Sloan, age 15, Black, chambermaid
Anna Sloan, age 1, Mulatto

136

ix.

Stephen Alexander MCBEE was born on 22 May 1822 in Lincolnton, Lincoln County, North Carolina. He died on 14 August 1897 at the age of 75 in Greenville, Greenville County, South Carolina.

Stephen married Henrietta R. D'Oyley in January of 1857.


1860 Census. Greenville, Greenville Co, SC
Hh 2264
Alex McBee, age 39, manufacturer, b. NC. Henrietta R., age 27, b. SC
Richard 9, Elias 3, and Pinkney 3. [apparently twins, or is Pinkney 3 months?]
[Richard cannot be their child. See 1880 Census.]

1870 Census. Greenville, SC
Hh 44 Alex McBee, age 48, Miller. H. R. [female] age 37.
E.A. 13, male. W. P. 10, male. W. D. 8, male. S. L. 6, male. L. M. 4, male,
F. B. 1, male. and M. P. age 6, female.
Elias Alexander, age 75, b. NC
Rebecca Mills, age 18, mulatto, servant
Dora Turner, age 14, Black, house servant
Florinda Turner, age 22, Black, cook
Caty Turner, age 75, Black
Alice Jones, age 12, Black

1880 Census. Greenville, SC Hh 327
Alexander McBee, age 59. Henrietta, wife, age 48
Elias, 23, son, lawyer. Pinkney, 20, clerk in Corner Store
William 18, at school. Silas 16, at school. Luther, 14, at school. Frank, 10, at school. Joseph 8, at school. Teyton, 5. Sarah 3.
Malinda, age 72, sister.
Richard Thurston, age 28, stepson
15 Black or mulatto persons are listed - servants and their families.