August 28, 1807, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
February 7, 1887, Chester, Pennsylvania.
Rural Cemetery, Chester, Pennsylvania.
McKeever was engaged in educational work in Philadelphia for many years, and was associated with St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church there. Her hymns, written in some instances for use in St. Andrew’s, were collected and published as Twilight Musings, and Other Poems (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: 1857). She is said to have written 40 volumes of Sunday school books over a 13 year period. Her works include:
- Twilight Musings, and Other Poems (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: 1857)
- Jessie Morrison, 1859
- Sunshine; or, Kate Vinton, 1859
- Edith’s Ministry (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Lindsay & Blakiston, 1860)
- Woodcliff, 1865
- The Diamond Cross; or, The Story of Florence Clifton, 1866
- May Castleton’s Mission, 1866?
- Rose Delaney’s Secret; or,
Charity Envieth Not, 1866?
- Eleanor’s Three Birthdays, 1867
- Mary Leslie’s Trials, 1867
- Lucy Forrester’s Triumph, 1867
- Children with the Poets, 1868
- Silver Threads, 1868
- Westbrook Parsonage, 1869
- Maude and Miriam; or, The Fair Crusader (Claxton, Remsen & Haffelfinger, 1871)
- Bertha’s Coronet, 1881
- Nothing but Leaves, 1881
- Twice Crowned: a Story of the Days of Queen Mary
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