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Martin Stanley McCay, Spartanburg Co, SC descendents

Martin Stanley McCay, Spartanburg Co, SC descendents

Traci McCay Huff (View posts)
Posted: 20 Sep 2003 3:27PM GMT
Classification: Query
I have recently entered the "Martin Stanley McCay and Martha P. Collins McCay Family Genealogy" into Gedcom. I would love to talk with any cousins or share the file.

Re: Martin Stanley McCay, Spartanburg Co, SC descendents

R D Reddick (View posts)
Posted: 21 Sep 2003 6:35PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: McCay,White,Rutledge,Harden/Hardin, Hance,Reddick
Tracy- Although several generations removed, believe we may
be similarly descended. A Daniel McCay of Scotland came to MA in 1700s to connect up with a relative (an uncle?), stayed and settled after Rev War in Carolinas. A son, William Alexander was b. 1780s in Spartenburg area, SC, who md. Mary White (possibly a 2nd mar) and had several children including Melissa Ann McCay. Melissa b. 1823 in SC md. 1839 Joseph Rutledge in GA. Had about ten children, born in GA and AL until Joseph's death in 1860. After War Between the States family relocated to AR and AZ. Daughter Parthena Harden Rutledge md. George Washington Hance c. 1878 AZ. I have seen family groups that included an Eliz. Stanely McCay. Any clues to a connection?
Richard [rreddick@tcsn.net].

Re: Martin Stanley McCay, Spartanburg Co, SC descendents

Posted: 16 Oct 2003 6:46PM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi Cousin Traci,

I am descended from Daniel McCay through his son Daniel S. McCay and wife Rhoda Jane Hill. They migrated to GA in the early 1800's. I would be interested to know your line. I have been looking for the gravesite of Daniel McCay but have had no luck. He is probably buried in the graveyard of the Old Stone Church in an unmarked grave, however, another book called "Facets of Fannin" says he is buried in Camden, Kershaw County, SC. Haven't been able to verify this, tho. If you know where he is buried I would appreciate any info! Have you seen the website about Daniel McCay and the Battle of Lake Champlain? It's really interesting and written by another McCay cousin. The address is: www.historiclakes.org/vbrp/vbr12d.htm I am happy to share any info I have.

Sincerely,
Gwen McCay Trivett
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