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Staffordshire lies south of Chester and adjacent Derbyshire. A Gee branch settled in Staffordshire using the names prevalent in Lancashire. This was a small group into the late 17th century.
Records for the Hundred of Offlowe note: 1539 Muster; Staffordshire, Farysley: Thomas Gee, a bowman, without horse.
Then, in 10 James I: Robert Gee is noted
1640 muster Offlowe Hundred: Thomas Gee Longdon, Hansacre, Armitage
Summaries of Land Records in British History Online
1591 Messuage and ½ virgate in Broke Ende and ½ meadow in Sadleshall in Kings Bromley Surrender of Arblaster, admission of Gee
1591 License for Gee to lease to Grynshawe for 60 years Sadleshall called Sadleshall Medowe.
2 parcels of land inclosed fro le over Fassells, parcel of land inclosed from le Nether Fassells, with parcel of meadow adjoining and parcel in Saddelshall meadow in Kings Bromley. Surrender by Bullocke, admission of Gee.
1602 12 acres in le over Fassells and le nether Fassells and 2 acres inclosed from Cattemeyre. Surrender and admission, Gee family
3 acres inclosed from le nether Fassalls with parcel of meadow adjoining in hawkersuchend. Surrender by Bullocke, admission of Gee
1612 5 acres arable in Kynsett Hill field in Broke End. Surrender by meeke, admission of Gee.
1621 surrender and admission, Gee family
1621 18 acres meadow inle Over Fassells and le Nether Fassells and 2 acres inclosed from Cattemeyre field and parcel meadow in Saddlesall in Kings Bromely: Surrender and admission, Gee family.
1636 Surrender by Isley (wife formerly Gee) admission of Gee
1650 Surrender by Ilsley, and admission of Gee. Gee family
1672 Close and pasture formerly parcel of close called nether Fassells surrender by Gee, admission of Marshll
1673 Cottage, pasture closes called le Fassels, le Stack Leazowes and le Catmeeres, parcel of le Nether Fassells and a parcel in Saddleshall in Kings Bromley Surrender and admission, Gee family
1673 Close called leCatmeeres Surrender and admission, Gee family
1674 surrender and admission, Gee family
1674 Close called le Stackleazow Quit claim Stanley to Gee
1682 Closed called nether Hyron and Longshoot and land in Churchfield and Hillfield. Surrender by Shipton, admission of Gee
1683: Closes called le Stacke leazower, le Nether Fassells and le Little Groome Quit claim Shipton/Gee
1687 Surrender by Browne, admission of Gee part of Giddy Pitt close in Woodend.
1699 Surrender by Goodall, admission of Gee
Charles Gee, Tailor of Lichfield
It is noted in the records of Lichfield that the Company and Brotherhood of the Tailors of the City of Lichfield, made a Company and Society by the name of the Masters, Wardens and Brotherhood of the Company of Tailors. The members in 1687 included Charles Gee.
Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent Archive Service, William Salt Library
St. Mary, Lichfield
Christopher Gee three daughters 1620 – 34
Charles Gee father of:
1683 a son Mathew
1685 a son John
1686 a dau Elizabeth
1689 a son Charles
1691 John (Jee)
1695 Charles m. Elizabeth Batsford
Lichfield contains Saint Chad, St. Michael, St Mary and the Cathedral.
Additional Registry entries to 1690, include:
1659 Ellenor dau of Francis Gee Saint Mary Lichfield
1665 Christopher son of Richard Saint Chad Lichfield
1663 Richard son of Francis Gee, Saint Mary Lichfield
1670 Richard a son of Richard Longdon near Lichfield
1673 John a son of Richard Saint Chad Lichfield
1677 Jone a dau of Richard Gee Saint Chad Lichfield
1678 Elizabeth a daugh John and Isabel Draycott In the Moors
1683 Issabell a dau John and Isabel Draycott In the Moors,
1683 Mary a dau Richard and Mary Draycott In the Moors
1685 Mary a dau of Sebastian and Martha Checkley
1686 John a son Thomas and Mary Draycott In the Moors
1686 Jane a dau Richard and Elisabeth St. Michael’s Lichfield
1687 John a son John and Isabel Draycott In the Moors
1687 Richard a son of Richard and Elisabeth St Michael’s Lichfield
1687 Mary a dau of Sebastian and Martha Checkley
1688 Alice a dau Thomas and Mary Draycott In the Moors
1689 John a son of Richard and Elisabeth St michael’s Lichfield
1689 Richard son of Richard Saint mary
1690 Ann a dau of Sebastian and Martha Checkley
Ralph Gee married May 1709 Cathedral Lichfield Elizabeth Baggaly
Elizabeth Gee married John King April 1693 Cathedral Lichfield
May 1685 George Gee married Hannah Comper Cathedral Lichfield
Mary married John Stratforfd Oct. 1697 Cathedral Lichfield
Ellen married William Spencer Jul 1693 Cathedral Lichfield
Mary married Thomas Boom Aug. 1676 Cathedral Lichfield