I am looking for a Mary McKee married about 1790 in Fayette County, Pennsylvania (McConnellstown) to an Adam Dickey.Here is a brief write up on Adam from Local History:
Adam Dickey at the age of sixteen years came over from Ireland to the United States immediately after the war of independence.He settled in Pennsylvania, and a few years after, became acquainted with and married a Virginia Lady.In 1801, he emigrated to the city of Cincinnati where he engaged in farming and brick-making for four years.He made the first brick ever laid in a house in the City of Cincinnati.He then moved to Butler County, Ohio, and settled on about four hundred and sixty acres of land in Lemon Township, where he resided until his death, in 1828, aged sixty-two years.
Here is an exerpt of his son's biography - Robert Dickey:
ROBERT R. DICKEY, [pages 252-255] president of the Dayton Gas Lighter Coke company has been a citizen of the Gem City for over half a century, and for the greater part of that time has closely identified with the business interests of the city. Mr. Dickey was born near Middletown, in Butler county, Ohio, on October 26, 1816, and is the son of Adam and Mary (McKee) Dickey.Adam Dickey was a native of county Antrim, Ireland, where he was born in 1768. He came to America in about 1784, and located near McConnellstown, Pa., where in the year 1790 he married Mary McKee, who was a native of Pennsylvania, and was second cousin to George Washington.In 1799 Adam Dickey, with his wife and three children, and in company with an uncle, whose name was Doyle, came to Ohio and settled at Cincinnati, then Fort Washington. They made the trip down the Ohio river in two flat boats built by Mr. Dickey, on which he brought two four-horse teams and two wagons. He lived in Cincinnati for four years and while there was joined by two brothers, who came over from Ireland. While in that place he was engaged in making brick, and the first brick house erected in Cincinnati was built from brick made by Mr. Dickey. In 1803 he removed to Butler county, and settled near Middletown, where he engaged in farming, milling and distilling, building his own flat boats and shipping his produce to New Orleans markets. His death occurred in 1828, his wife surviving him until 1844.
Does any of this fit in the McKee lines you are researching.I would like to find the parents of Mary McKee.