Last name: Gee
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Hi my name is Paul Gee and live in Widnes
I'm a Gee from leicestershire
My Grandfather. Philip Gee from York. Family traced back to Birmingham
My Gran was a Gee and her family(the Gee's) date back to the mid 1700's in Chester
I'm from Birmingham and my last name is Gee.
It's so arkward when people spell it G
I'm from south Wales as are most of my family. The family tree is now going to Ireland and to Manchester. I've only got back as far as 1821 but searching is addictive.
My Gran was a Gee; about ten years ago I got into the LDS, genealogical archives in Salt Lake City, via the internet, and mined vast amounts of data on my own particular line, from time of Sir William Gee, former High Sheriff of Hull and twice Mayor of the same city, during the reign of Henry VIII. I was able to trace a direct line from William, through his son to the American colonies in the 1640's, and as far into the present as my Gran's father, born in 1860. I would recommend that any serious about their history look into the LDS archives.
Searching for parents of Patrick Henry Gee who was born Abt 1825 (place unk) and died 1939. He lived in Gippsland area in Victoria Australia. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
I am Michael Gee (63) with a Brother Tony Gee (56).
Our Father was William Stanley Gee born in Newcastle-upon-Tyne and his Father was a Scot who we never met as he died when I was 11 years old when we were away with the British Army.
My Mother originates from the Catchpole's in Lowestoft Suffolk
I forgot to add that my Father's (William Stanley Gee) Mother was Susan Mulligan from either County Wexford or Waterford in Eire . I have no other information on her
I've always been intrigued by my last name..As much as I know my Father Delona Gee is from Florence , South Carolina and so is his Dad William Gee. I would truly like to know more
c.gee of Oklahoma
g.daughter of Luther gee
Listen you lot, the name 'Gee' is english, if you look into your family history, long enough, it comes from the north west of england. You can't move for them around here. And at the end of the day, the english went all over the world and made it.
I am intrigued with my last name my great grandfather Harold Gee recently died this past fall and I've notaced ever since seeing my dad's side of the family they all look extremely British and ive talked to some and it seems like I am and they are extremely historical and I've wanted to see my tree but don't feel like paying 14 bucks if your wondering my dad's name is Kevin his fathers name is Roger
And I also know I have a lot of family in Cannada and met them at his funeral I have no idea if that will help anyone
What's on your mind? Given the surname's origin in the North West of England in Cheshire and Lancashire, about 900 years ago, it seems likely that the English name is of either Norwegian Viking or Norman French origin. The North West of England was settled heavily by Norse Vikings during the Viking age, and then by Norman French after the post-conquest Harrying Of The North.
Gee is a pretty cool last name eh?