|Reuben Henry McGee|
The farm remained in the McGee family for several decades after the war. Reuben eventually moved to Fredericksburg and died at the Soldiers Home in Richmond in 1922. The farm was later known as Ashley Farm, then Mullins Farm. In 2002, development of the area was planned, but apparently never took place. There is an article at http://fredericksburg.com/News/FLS/2002/112002/11062002/780225/index_html?page=1 regarding the possible sale of the land. The Civil War Trust has worked to preserve battlefields and there are several acres in Chancellorsville that are a part of it. I haven't been able to find out if the McGee farm is part of that.