John E. and Jeptha C. McFee Letters

Charles McFee (b. ca. 1806) and his wife, Sabra (b. ca. 1810), had a farm in the Hominy Creek section of Buncombe County, North Carolina with. Their sons, John Ervin McFee (b. ca. 1835) and Jeptha C. McFee (b. ca. 1838), served as privates in Co. E, 60th North Carolina Infantry. At the time of the 1860 census, John Ervin McFee and his wife, Sarah (b. ca. 1837), were living on their own farm and were parents of three young children. Jeptha C. McFee was still living in his parent’s household along with his eight brothers and sisters. John E. McFee died in late December 1862.

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ID Letter Date Author Recipient From To
9191 McFee1 October 10, 1862 John Ervin McFee Charles McFee, Sabra McFee Murfreesboro, Rutherford County, TN Buncombe County, NC
9192 McFee2 January 22, 1863 Jeptha C. McFee Charles McFee Bradley County, TN Buncombe County, NC

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