Lysander Gee

1 September 1818–27 June 1894

Lysander Gee was born to Solomon Gee and Sarah Watson Crane on 1 September 1818 in Austinburg, Ohio. He married Amanda Sagers on 15 September 1838, in Far West, Missouri, and later married Theresa Bowley and Marietta Rowe as plural wives. He moved in 1849 to what became Utah Territory and to Tooele in 1855. Gee was an attorney. He became assistant superintendent of Tooele Stake Sunday School in 1882 and president of Tooele County Democratic Society in 1892. He died on 27 June 1894 in Tooele.[1]

  1. [1] “Lysander Gee,” in History of Tooele County (Salt Lake City: Daughters of Utah Pioneers, Tooele County, 1961), 471; Tooele Stake History: 1846–1900 (Tooele Utah Stake Presidency, [1977]), 222; “Enthusiastic Tooele,” Salt Lake Herald, 17 Jan. 1892, 8; “Brief and Breezy,” Salt Lake Herald, 29 June 1894, 8.