Mary Scott McKee (Harrison) (1858 - 1930)

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Birthplace: Indianapolis, Indiana
Death: Died in Greenwich, Connecticut, USA
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About Mary Scott McKee (Harrison)

Mary Scott Harrison McKee (April 3, 1858 – October 28, 1930) was the first lady to her father President Benjamin Harrison, when her mother, Caroline Harrison, was seriously ill and then died.

She was born in Indianapolis, Indiana. Mary Harrison married James Robert McKee, one of the founders of the General Electric company, in November of 1884. They had two children, Benjamin Harrison McKee (known as Baby McKee), and Mary Lodge McKee. She is buried atCrown Hill Cemetery in Indianapolis, Indiana.

She is the most recent first lady of the United States not to be the wife of a President. --------------------

Mary Scott Harrison McKee (April 3, 1858 – October 28, 1930) was the first lady to her father President Benjamin Harrison, when her mother, Caroline Harrison, was seriously ill and then died.

She was born in Indianapolis, Indiana. Mary Harrison married James Robert McKee, one of the founders of the General Electric company, in November of 1884. They had two children, Benjamin Harrison McKee (known as Baby McKee), and Mary Lodge McKee. She is buried atCrown Hill Cemetery in Indianapolis, Indiana.

She is the most recent first lady of the United States not to be the wife of a President.

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Mary McKee's Timeline

1858
April 3, 1858
Indianapolis, Indiana

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"Benjamin Harrison Hoosier Warrior"

"On Saturday, April 3, 1858, Ben wrote in his diary for the fourth and last
time that year: "Our Little Girl Born About Noon . . . after Carrie had
gone through severe labor for about twelve hours . . . doctor had
to use forceps. " Thus it was with the arrival of Mary forever
to be called Mamie that Russell was superseded as the baby of
the family. The newcomer, according to sister Jennie, was "a
perfect little beauty . . . prettier than Russell." Poor Carrie came
in for little or no credit for this bundle of natural pulchritude,
for Jennie added: "I think she must be pretty . . . sure enough . . .
I suppose like her father ... of course."

1887
March 15, 1887
Age 28
Indianapolis, IN, USA
1888
July 11, 1888
Age 30
Indianapolis, IN, USA
1930
October 28, 1930
Age 72
Greenwich, Connecticut, USA
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