Gee is a community in Pushmataha County,
Oklahoma, 11 miles southeast of Clayton, Oklahoma.
A United States
Post Office operated here from May 22, 1909 to November 30,
No longer in existence, it was named for Henry V. Gee, first postmaster. Gee
(1868-1916) is buried in the cemetery in Nolia, Oklahoma, a nearby community.
More information on Gee and the Little River valley may be
found in the Pushmataha County
Albion | Clayton | Rattan
Adel | Belzoni | Corinne | Darwin | Dela | Dunbar | Ethel | Fewell | Finley | Honobia‡ | Jumbo | Kellond | Miller | Nashoba | Oleta | Snow | Sobol | Stanley | Tuskahoma | Wilson |
Abbott | Cohn | Crum Creek | Eubanks | Gee
| Johns |
Kiamichi | Kosoma | Lyceum | Nolia | Rodney | Sardis
‡This populated place also has portions in an adjacent county or