Archibald C. McKinley

Archibald C. McKinley

Archibald C. McKinley

ARCHIBALD C. McKINLEY (1842-1917) was born in Lexington, Georgia, and served as a Confederate officer during the Civil War. In 1869, he and his family moved to Sapelo Island, Georgia, to raise cotton, sugar cane, and other crops on a plantation that had been in his wife's family for generations. He remained there for the rest of his life.