Ruth is researching her family history. She writes
When my mum died in 2000, all of our family history died with her. One day, going through my mother's things, I found a marriage certificate for Annie Gee of Romiley and Sam Woodhead of Stalybridge. Annie's father was Edwin Gee. Martha was listed as Agatha on the census, her father was Henry Bardsley and Kenyon was her mother's married name to Edward Kenyon who died before Martha was born. The earliest Gees I have found were in Apethorn in the early 1700s. Other addresses I found during the 1800s were Werneth Low Coal Pits, Pinfold, New Houses, Werneth, PoleAcre Lane. My grandfather owned 4 homes in Greave Fold in the early 1900s and Edwin died while living at 6 Fern Street in 1945. So I have done quite well with lots of help from many folks in your area. The place I would have liked to have found more information about was Beech Lane, where Peter Gee died in 1849. I think it was a home for the infirmed as the witness to his death was Mary Gee, an inmate and Peter died of diarrhea. He would have been 72. I think most of my family are buried at Stockport, Saint Mary.
Update 2014: The contact previous given for Ruth is now a dead link.