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2 Benjamin appears in the 1850, 60, 70 census
3 In the 1850 Census all the children are listed except Martha. I have not found any information on her. She may have died before the census.
John W Gee is listed as 20 years old and a farmer in the 1850 census.
The birthplace of William J. may be South Carolina. In the 1880 Census John W. shows the birthplace of his father as Georgia.. However, I have seen it shown as South Carolina. The boundaries of these two states change from time to time so that may be the reason for the two birthplaces.

The 1850 census that lists the children does not include Martha b.1841 d. 1845 and William E. who died in 1845.

In 1820 Wm J was Listed in the Census on the same page with the Byars. (His wife was Agnes Byers Findley). They married in 1824.

He is listed in the 1830 and 1840 census as well. In 1840 he was in Chickasaw, Mississippi.

The 1850 census was the first one to list names and he was located in Chickasaw, Mississippi, 49 years old. Agnes is also 49. The children are:
A L 25 (Andrew)
Francis Marion 23
Benjamin Franklin 21
John W 20
Phillip 18
Elizabeth J 16
Mary 6
James F 3
4 In the 1850 Census in Houston, Chickasaw County, Mississippi he is listed as single.
It would seem that he married Martha about 1850 or 1851. In the 1860 census he and Martha had 6 children, ages 2 - 10 in Mississippi . Then they moved to Texas leaving their grown children behind in Mississippi and had 2 more children there.
In the 1880 Census for Bell County, Texas they had 4 children ages 8, 10, 16, and 19. James, 19 and William Lawson, 16 were born in Mississippi and Belzora, 10 in Tennessee, and Mollie J. 8, in Arkansas. They must have moved a lot.
John W was a prisoner of war captured 4/4/1863 in the Mississippi infantry at the battle of Vicksburg. He was 6'3", dark complected, blue eyes, and dark hair. He was 35 years old.
5 Information from IGI record Film #448063, Page 0001, Reference # 14143
Information also found in 1880 Texas census of Bell County, Precinct 5[MSJ merged family file.FTW]

6 Luther was born in a covered wagon on the family's way from Kentucky to Texas. (From his daughter, Lynette Gee Davis).  
7 Mary Catherine had blue eyes and was 5' 11" Tall  
8 Rose's grandaughter, Helen Gee, told Gwendolyn Johnson Taylor, that Rose was 5'11" tall and weighted 210 lbs. She had dark brown hair and eyes. Her wedding dress in the photo was Ecru.  
9 Some sources show Agnes as being born in Rutherford, North Carolina. I have not been able to confirm either location. However the 1850 census shows her as being born in North Carolina.  
10 The 1920 US census shows her born in Massachusetts  
11 WAs listed as Amelia Gaskill in the records. Family: F5
12 Union Grove Cemetery Birdie L. BLACKWELL
13 Mary Catherine had blue eyes and was 5' 11" Tall Mary Catherine (Kate) Blasdel
14 2nd husband - John Randolph. Died before 1858. Jane Byars
15 Richard was 9 years, 10 months when they married. She was the widow of John, son and heir of Sapcote, Viscount Beaumont. Philippa CAREW
16 Smith County Census Charlie A. COOPER
17 Union Grove Cemetery Charlie A. COOPER
18 Tec 5 U.S. Army - WW.II Eslie COOPER
19 Troup Banner, February 22, 1912: Survived by parents, Mr. & Mrs. Alex Deauman. Rev. Evans Thompson performed last rites. He was drowned while fishing at a pond with Robert Deauman. Garland DEAUMAN
20 Some sources show Agnes as being born in Rutherford, North Carolina. I have not been able to confirm either location. However the 1850 census shows her as being born in North Carolina. Carolina Agnes Byars Findley
21 She was shown to be Jonathan Ward's first wife. Tabitha French
22 Alan, left school early due to his father working away in Beverley near Hull in construction., he started driving a Bread Delivery van and then moved onto the Buses in Manchester. from there he started driving Taxicabs and opened his own business . He used to do wedding cars on the side on weekends. He was a member of the Greater Manchester Taxi Association (Life Time). and continued working until a few years after his wifes death in 1975.

During the war years he was in the R.A.F. driving the tenders out to the returning aircraft as they came in for landing, he tried to be a pilot but failed due to his bad eyesight in one eye. He was abroad in Belguim and Denmark and did keep in touch with some of the friends he made over there until the late 1990s
His R.A.F. serial number was 1685547. he spent time in Blackpool,Conningsbury,Mildenhall Stradishall Newmarket and Blake HIll Farms. He was attached to the 97th Squadron for a time. he ferried equipment over to France before being deployed to Brussels and then later Copenhagen. He demobbed in Warton in November of 1946 
Alan George Gee
23 Social Security Death Index indicates Albert Witt never married. Albert Witt Gee
24 Salem Memorial Cemetery Alton Albert GEE
25 .

Andrew L. Gee
26 She was the oldest sister, John was born in 1890 so anytime in the next 10 years. Annie Gee
27 Benjamin appears in the 1850, 60, 70 census

Benjamin appears in the 1850, 60, 70 census
Benjamin Franklin Gee
28 Died during Texas War for Independence Eason GEE
29 Issued a Mexican Land Grant for one league of land (783 acres) on 19 Oct 1835. 2/3 of property was in present day Smith County and 1/3 in Cherokee county. Posthumously issued a grant of 320 acres from the Secretary of War (original document written in Spanish). Eason GEE
30 Edd Gee worked in a slaughter house, farmed (he had a sugar cane field) and smoked meat.

Bobby Neel lived next door and remembers buying smoked sausage from him. When Edd had a heart attack in his back yard, it was BobbyUs father, Travis Neel who carried him into the house until the Ambulance came 
Edd E. GEE
31 Union Grove Cemetery Edd E. GEE
32 Edward Springer Gee never married. He died in St. John's Hospital, San Angelo, TX. His brother Albert Witt signed the death certificate. Edward Springer Gee
33 Elam's WWI Draft Registration, dated 5 June 1817, indicates he was married but there is no mention of children. Elam White Gee
34 Spinster, Lived with Martha behind Oldwood school in Wythenshawe in the apartments, David (myself) used to go and visit them after school. Elizabeth Gee
35 Medical Records of Dr. Samuel Overton: RTo visit and acouchement wifeS Enoch GEE
36 Mixon Cemetery Essie GEE
37 Family History says that Fannie hemorraged during childbirth and although her mother, Florence wanted to call the doctor, her father, George refused to do it.

Fannie died about 2 months after her son was born. 
Fannie GEE
38 Smith County Fannie Lorene GEE
39 Union Grove Cemetery Fred Louis GEE
40 George could not find work in Manchester and went to work away in Beverley near Hull, he caught Pneumonia and Pleurosy and died there, He is buried in Southern Cemetery in Manchester grave information on file and in scrapbook. He was working as a general Labourer and was in Lodgings at 41 Woodlands Beverley, County of York. England
George spent some time in the military, pictures on file. His number was R.M.E 4232. There is a medal in his file awarded during the first world war. His military record has yet to be found.
Alan Gee said his father was a very mellow and laid back person, he used to buy a 5 pack of Woodbine cigarettes and bet on the horses once a week (5 old pence). He never heard his father swear or get upset about anything.  
George Gee
41 (Wright City HWY) George Washington GEE
42 Cancer of the Bladder George Washington GEE
43 Obituary: Born and raised near Troup. Death followed a lingering illness that lasted eight months.
Sister, Lizzie Leach (Elizabeth Luce)
Brother, Bob Gee (Sidney Robert Gee)
Sons: Charles & Tommie Gee of Union Grove? 
George Washington GEE
44 Salem Memorial Cemetery Harvey GEE
45 The 1920 US census shows her born in Massachusetts Helen Gee
46 Died of adino carcinoma brought on by asbestos poisoning while working for thirty-four years at Ford Motor Company. He was cremated. Howard S. Gee
47 in 1901 The Family was boarding at James Wood's house James Gee
48 Died aged about 16 yrs, Jessie Gee
49 Alan Gee, said he thinks John Gee lived in Rochdale somewhere John Gee
50 Possibly Joannah's twin John Gee

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