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Robert Fee House

This was the homesite of Robert E. Fee, a member of Clermont County’s most prominent Underground Railroad family. His father Thomas, brother Thomas, sister Nancy and cousins in nearby Felicity are documented conductors. Robert married Catherine Ebersole, sister of Underground railroad conductor Jacob Ebersole. He became the agent of Vincent Wigglesworth whose family was kidnapped and enslaved. Fee traveled twice to Missouri in two unsuccessful attempts to gain the family’s freedom. He became involved in the Underground Railroad. His home was frequently surrounded by slave hunters. He was indicted by Pendleton County, Kentucky, for slave stealing.

Visitor Information: Currently open to public.

Location: Water Street, Lot 100 A, Moscow, 45176

Website: Robert Fee House

National Park Unit: No

Ownership: Dave Blackburn, Admin

Location Type: Site

UGRR Operatives: Jacob Ebersole,Nancy Fee,Robert E. Fee,Thomas Fee Jr.,Thomas Fee Sr.