The following comes from the Genealogists' Exchange from Spring of 1986 as originally transcribed by Nellie Best and was submitted by Barbara Morgan.
William W. McGee was a Confederate soldier in the Civil War. He was with Robert E. Lee in the Army of Northern Virginia. He was a 2nd Lieutenant when he was captured at Sailors Creek, VA on the retreat to Appomattox/ He was held prisoner at Johnson's Island, Ohio, until he took the Oath of Allegiance on June 19, 1865. He entered the army in 1862.
The McGee Cemetery is located beside the Missouri-Illinois Railroad tracks (north) and south of "EE" Highway, near where it crosses the tracks.
Brewster, Elmer Luther b. 15 Apr 1914 d. 10 Oct 1914
Brewster, Frances Irene (McGee) b. 6 Feb 1883 d. 24 Apr 1936
Hill (see McGee)
Landreth (see McGee)
McGee, Etta (Hill) b. 17 Jul 1881 d. 4 Feb 1910
McGee, FLoyd B. b. 18 Dec 1905 d. 18 Dec 1905
McGee, John Quincy b. 19 Dec 1853 d. 15 Feb 1915
McGee, Nancy Alice (Landreth) b. 16 Jul 1856 d. 26 Oct 1933
McGee, Sidney J. b. 28 Nov 1874 d. 31 Jan 1911
McGee, William W. b. 28 Jul 1831 d. 30 Nov 1906
Stewart, Edna Blanche b. 17 Apr 1903 d. 13 Aug 1905
Stewart, Marvin Paul b. 17 Dec 1905 d. 24 Dec 1905