The McGee/Magee family was well established in old Somerset by 1700, George McGee who died in 1713 (married Maudlin ?) being one of the earliest. Caleb Megee, who published a work on his research in 1961, gave George's offspring, as follows:
i. JOHN, d. c 1729.
ii. THOMAS, b. 9 April 1686.
iii. PETER, b. 30 June 1688.
iv. SAMUEL, b. 4 September 1691.
In the next generation: Children of JOHN MCGEE, d. c. 1729, and ELIZABETH ? are:
i. PETER, b. c 1711, Somerset Co.; d. c 1766; m. MARY NOBLE, 23 December 1736.
ii. SAMUEL, b. c 1714; d. c 1790; m. MARY ?.
iii. MOSES, b. c 1716.
iv. DAVID, b. c 1719; m. MARY MACGLANARY, October 1745.
vi. JOHN, Jr.
Some members of this family removed to Sussex County, DE, on the eve of the American Revolution, and many descendants can be found there today. In the 1880s, one branch of the family returned to Somerset County, near Pocomoke, where descendants still live. As in most families, there were several who migrated, including one or more to Burke Co., Georgia, and, of course, elsewhere.
If you would be good enough to give a few additional details, some help might be forthcoming. BobJones@TnTech.edu