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Key was the son of Francis Scott Key and the great-nephew of Philip Barton Key. He was also a nephew of Chief Justice Roger B. Taney. He married Ellen Swan, the daughter of a Baltimore attorney, on November 18, 1845. Allegedly the handsomest man in Washington and by 1859 a widower with four children, Key was known to be flirtatious with many women. He was shot and killed by Congressman Daniel Sickles for having conducted a public affair with his wife Teresa Bagioli Sickles. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Philip_Barton_Key_IIPhilip Barton Key is also memorialized in a cenotaph in his son-in-law's family plot in Baltimore's Old Westminster Cemetery
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