Mariposa Gazette, Dec.26, 1885 Death of Robert McKEE. The large circle of friends here in this county and elsewhere will exceedingly regret to hear of the death of Robert McKEE announced in this paper, which occurred in San Francisco on the 16th instant. He had been sick for a year or two last. He had been sick for a year or two last past, and from the commencement he gradually grew worse until relived by death. For many years he was identified with the interests of this community. He was connected with the mercantile business of Sulivan & Co. of Coulterville, during which time he married, and afterwards moved to San Francisco and became a partner with BOCQUERAZ & SHEA, wholesale dealers in liquors at the corner of Front and Jackson streets, where he gradually acquired wealth and has, as we understand, left his family in comfortable circumstances. We hope to be able at some future time to give a more extended account of his last illness and the situation in which he left his family and worldly matters. He was at an early day a member of the Odd Fellows Lodge of this place, and since of the California Pioneers. He was a native of Belfast, Ireland, aged 58 years.