Family Ties – Kilpatrick Part VII

26 08 2009

I received the following this evening, from Anne Mather Fowler McCammon:

I found your article on the Family Ties-Kilpatrick Part II very interesting. You are talking about my family and I enjoyed it very much. Philip Hickey Morgan – and by the way it is Hicky – after Philip Hicky (my great, great, grandfather); his wife (my great great grandmother Anne Mather Hicky) is my namesake. My great grandfather is Henry Waller Fowler, his Bowie knife is in the Alamo. Now I’ve bragged enough. I just wanted to tell you I enjoyed the article.

Thanks ,

Anne

Thanks for the note, Anne.  I’ve corrected my misspelling of Hicky.  For the whole Kilpatrick Family Ties series, see here.

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21 09 2009
Jackson Moore

I think Anne is correct. I have seen both spellings, but Cecil Morgan’s genealogy from Louisiana spells the name without the “e.” (Some of Cecil Morgan’s papers are in Duke University’s special collections in Durham, North Carolina).

Interestingly, the Allegheny Cemetery in Pittsburgh claims that Philip Hickey, “e” and all, is buried there:

http://webcemeteries.com/allegheny/webcem/LH.asp?Id=495809&T=T

Perhaps there is a tombstone someone can photograph and submit?

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