Persons with the Surname 'Gee'

The Gee Family Record


Surnames with the Same Soundex 'G000'

Surnames with the Same Pattern '(Ma?c)?gee'

73 individuals have the surname 'Gee'.

Albert Gee (6 Jan 1889—)
Albert Edward Gee (22 Jan 1871—)
Alfred Gee (about 1847—)
Alice Gee (4 Sep 1893—)
Amon Gee (10 Mar 1873—)
Annie Gee (about 1871—)
Annie Gee (about 1872—11 Feb 1940)
Annie Lavina Gee (13 May 1878—)
Annie Victoria Gee (9 Aug 1870—)
Arnold Woods Gee (25 Dec 1908—)
Arthur Sydney Gee (4 Jul 1877—)
Catharine Mary Gee (27 Sep 1873—)
Charles Oliver Franklin Gee (31 Jul 1880—)
Clifford Gee (Feb 1902—)
Daniel Gee (about 1835—30 Jun 1927)
Daniel Gee (about 1851—24 Oct 1877)
David Gee (about 1843—)
David Gee (9 Mar 1870—)
Dorothy Gee (about 1916—)
Elizabeth Gee (—)
Elizabeth Gee (about 1855—)
Elsie Clara Gee (5 Mar 1884—)
Elsie Louisa Gee (29 Mar 1885—)
Emily Gee (about 1866—)
Emily Jessie Gee (16 Jan 1879—)
Ernest A. Gee (about 1865—)
Flossie Gee (14 Nov 1882—)
Frances Emily Helen Gee (8 Jun 1891—)
Frederick Daniel Gee (3 Aug 1877—)
Frederick Dickinson Gee (about 1863—21 May 1902)
Frederick L. Gee (1 Jan 1898—)
Frederick William Gee (21 Oct 1868—)
George Gee (about 1861—24 Apr 1888)
George Gee (28 Dec 1870—)
Gladys Alma Gee (9 Oct 1900—)
Henry Philip Gee (29 Feb 1908—)
James C. Gee (5 Mar 1894—)
James Frank L. Gee (23 Mar 1880—)
James M. Gee (26 Feb 1849—)
Jane Gee (about 1864—1 May 1880)
Jeremiah Gee (about 1821—May 1857)
Jeremiah G. S. Gee (about 1857—)
John Walter Gee (10 Sep 1851—18 Feb 1938)
Laura Gee (about 1890—)
Laura Gee (21 May 1899—)
Laura Luella Gee (6 Feb 1876—before 1881)
Lena Elizabeth Gee (11 Feb 1892—)
Lillie Ann Gee (25 Mar 1895—)
Margaret Gee (about 1873—)
Martha Gee (about 1845—)
Mary Gee (about 1853—)
Myrtle Irene Gee (28 Oct 1907—)
Peter Gee (—)
Philip Gee (14 Jan 1841—9 Jan 1902)
Reta Gee (Aug 1900—)
Sarah Elizabeth Gee (15 May 1897—)
Sarah Henrietta Gee (16 Jun 1880—)
Thomas Gee (22 Jun 1883—)
Vera Gee (Aug 1903—)
Vera Odell Gee (7 Jun 1900—)
Walter Markham Gee (23 Aug 1875—)
William Gee (—)
William Gee (about 1821—)
William Gee (about 1857—13 Apr 1881)
William Gee (14 Nov 1882—)
William Charles Gee (Feb 1868—)
William O. Gee (about 1855—)
William Walter Edgar Gee (17 Oct 1878—Private)
Jemima Gee (about 1867—)
Eliza Alice Gee (2 Aug 1859—)
Laura Gee (about 1890—)
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