3 edition of Memoir of Colonel William McRee, U. S. E. found in the catalog.
in [Wilmington? N.C
Written in English
|LC Classifications||E353.1.M37 M5|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||17|
|LC Control Number||ca 12000940|
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A strong feeling of State-pride, actuates in his taskthe writer of this notice of a man of worth and^ge- nius. "The fame of a State is the aggregate fame of its citizens." William McRee was born in the town of Wilmington, N.
C, the 13th day of December, in the year ^e /as the son of Major Griffith John McRee, and Ann Fergus. Early life. McRee was born in December in Wilmington, North was the son of Major Griffith John McRee, a veteran of the American Revolution, and the daughter of Dr.
John Fergus of Wilmington. Military career. McRee was an graduate of the United States Military Academy and received his commission as a second lieutenant into the Army Corps of Born: DecemberWilmington, North Carolina.
13 U. S. E. book. –15 May William McRee, career army officer, was born in Wilmington, the oldest son of ten children of Major Griffith J. McRee, of the North Carolina Continental Line, and his wife, Ann of his brothers, Griffith John and James Fergus, became physicians; another brother, Samuel, entered the army and rose to the rank of major during the Mexican.
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