I've found information on Mary Anne Lee, who married Edmund Brammer. Her profile is http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Lee-6635
Now, the book "A portrait and biographical record of Delaware County, Indiana", linked here: https://archive.org/stream/portraitbiographdcin00chic#page/526/mode/2up
"Henley Brammer comes from an old and highly respected family and reflects credit on the same. He is a native of Delaware township, where he was born February 20, 1841; being the sone of Edmund and Nancy (Hatfield) Brammer. The father was bron in Patrick County, VA, Junuary 7, 1801: the son of Edmund and Mary (Lee) Brammer, the mother an aunt of Gen. Robert E. Lee, the great Confederate chieftain."
This means that Mary (Lee) Brammer would be the daughter of Henry Lee II, who was the grandfather of Robert E. Lee (through Henry "Light Horse Harry" Lee III). However, most of the trees that I have seen have Mary Lee being the daughter of John Lee, who I cannot find as part of the Lee Family.
I am hoping that someone else could help me with this.
The rest of the entry is:
The Father of Henley Brammer was but one year old when his parents crossed the mountains and located in Cabell County, WV, where he remained until his eighteenth year, after which the family moved to Lawrence County, Ohio, where the parents died. He then married, went to Fayette county, Ohio, and engaged in farming, remained there until 1836, and then moved to this county, where his death occurred June 18, 1889. The mother of the subject departed this life January 10, 1872. This worthy couple had ten children, namely: Roland, Mary, Rachel (deceased), Malinda (deceased), Rebecca, Elizabeth, Mahlon, Sarah A, Aaron, and Henley. Edmund and Nancy Brammer were firm believers in the doctorines of the Baptist church, and followed its teachings, Mr. Brammer was a democrat of the old Jackson school.
Henley Brammer was reared upon the home farm, and now owns a portion of that estate, 180 acres of fine land, well improved. Owing to an accident which resulted in the loss of his left eye at the age of seventeen, his education was somewhat limited, but he has since become th possessor of a fund of practical knowledge both from books and from contact with his fellow men in the business relations of life. He remained at home with his father until the death of the latter, since which time his attention has been devoted to the work of the farm in the township where he now resides. He was married December 13 to Selina E. Black, born in Delaware County, April 19, 1846, the daughter of William Black whose sketch will be found elsewhere. Two children were born to this union, namly an infant, deceased, and William E. Mrs. Brammer died February 2, 1875, and Noveber 18, 1876, Mr. Brammer took wife Margaret D. Black, daughter of Andrew Black, previously mentioned in these pages. By this union, there have been born ten children, namely: Charles, Mary A., Andrew L. (deceased), Frank, Selina E, Thomas A., Harry and Anna (twins), David E., and Josephine B. In politics Mr. Brammer is a democrat. He is kind neightbor, a good friend, and an honest upright citizen.