The following sketch of Martin C. McKee was printed in an 1892 issue of the Bangor Advance:  "The subject of this sketch is a native of Canada, born in the Province of Ontario in 1840; came to Michigan in the summer of 1868 and returned to his native heath in 1870, only to stay one year when he came back to Bangor, working in a tailor shop at the woolen mills for J.H. Nyman.  In 1871, went to work for himself and has since kept right at work.  In connection with this work he owns a large conservatory and green house, which he has conducted for 10 years; also handles largely of all kinds of seeds.  In July last, he entered on the duties of the office of Justice of the Peace, a fair business coming to him in this line."  It is believed that Mr. McKee was married and had children.  We would like to know more.