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    Gladys Parchman Collection

    McKee Masoleum, circa 1912

    Pictured: McKee Masoleum, circa 1912-13

    Summary: Donor gave a photograph and letter regarding her visit to the McKee Masoleum, formerly located near Meacham Field. The masoleum once held the remains of Tarrant County pioneer William McKee and his wife, Helen Daggett Moorman McKee. The bodies have since been moved to the Mount Olivet Cemetery and the tomb no longer stands.


    • Gladys (Rone) Parchman to Evelyn, regarding the McKee Mausoleum, March 30, 1981


    • McKee Mausoleum with Gladys (Rone) Parchman, Dottie Montgomery, Pearl Harston, Haly Ryon, and Don Ryon, circa 1912-1913 (image shown)

    This page was last modified on January 29, 2020


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