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About Rev. F. W. McGee
Rev. F.W. McGee (Ford Washington McGee, Winchester, Tennessee, October 5, 1890 - April 8, 1971) was an American gospel singer. He recorded "Fifty Miles of Elbow Room" which appears on The Anthology Of American Folk Music. McGee was raised in Hillsboro, Texas. Married at 20, he embarked on a teaching career in Oklahoma. In 1918, he joined Rev. Charles H. Mason's Memphis-based Church of God in Christ and had completely abandoned teaching in favor of preaching by 1920, leading revival meetings in Kansas and Iowa