The following information was taken from a Book called "Genealogy of the Mee Family" which was written by Charles Cowper Mee, dated 1913. A copy of this book is in the Museum of Leister, England. A microfilmed version of this book can be seen at a Latter-day Saint's Family History Center, Film #0944099 #ID# M/F 46
Entries in the Registers of the Parish of St. Edward, Castle Donington, co. Leic.
1544 John Thorpe & Elizabeth Mee married April 16
1544 Joane, daughter of Robert Mee, baptized Mar. 1
1549/50 Marie, daughter of Thomas Mee, baptized Aug. 3
1551/52 Thomas, son of Thomas Mee, baptized Sept. 3
1552 John Mee buried June XX
1556/57 Alice, daughter of Thomas Mee, baptized Dec. 15
1556/57 Thomas Mee buried June 6
1557/58 Margaret Mee, widow, buried Nov. 26
1557/58 Roger Mee of Lockington, buried Nov. 27
(Note: Lockington transcript says Nov. 24, 1558)
1567/68 Marie, daughter of Thomas Mee, buried Nov. 26
1569/70 Robert Mee & Margerie Maroe, married July 22
1594 Richard Mee and Anne Stevenson, married July 28
1600/01 Constance, daughter of Thos. Mee, baptized Mar 14
(Note: transcripts of the neighbouring Parish of Lockington, record
that Elizabeth Mee of Lockington, widow of Roger Mee, buried at
C.Donington,remarried John Gratton of Diseworth, Oct. 7 1559)
There are no Mee inscriptions in the Church or Churchyard
Parish Church of All Saints, Aston on Trent, co. Derby
Robert Mee was buried 1602
Jane Mee was buried 1613
William Mee was buried 1615
Registers of St. Wystan
Registers begin in 1580
The earlier portions are in very bad shape. There is a blank between 1623-30.
The transcripts date from 1662. The earlier ones were destroyed at the siege
of Lichfield 1643-44.
Thom. Wilson & Alice Mee married May 29, 1592, in the Church of the Chapelry of
Jane, daughter of Thom. Mee, of Engleby buried Nov. 3 1607 in the Chapelry of
Widd. Mee of Engleby, buried May 13, 1657 in Chapelry of Foremarke
John Shorthose, of Milton & Mary Mee of Ingleby, married June 21, 1698
Note: Thomas Mee, the husband of the Widow Mee of Engleby, was buried in the
Chapelry of Foremarke, but his burial is not recorded in the registers of
Ripton, the parent Church of the Chapelry of Foremarke prior to 1662.
Entries in the Registers of the Parish Church of Our Saviour, Foremarke, co.
Earliest Transcripts 1662
John Mee, of Ingleby, buried Nov. 30 1670
Lydia, daughter of Stretton Mee of Ingleby, baptized Mar. 16 1672
Widow Mee of Ingleby, buried April 19, 1674
Sarah, daughter of Stretton Mee of Ingleby, baptized Nov. 1 1675
Stretton Mee of Ingleby, buried Mar. 23, 1676
James Travest, of Melbourne & Sarah Mee of this Parish, married June 6, 1681
Mary Mee, widow of Ingleby, was buried July 15, 1714 at Foremarke, certified by
affidavit, her being buried in Sheep’s Wool only, July 20, 1714.
No inscriptions in church or Churchyard.
Entries Parish Church of St. Thomas a Becket, Ticknall, co. Derby.
dating from 1626, irregular between 1644-1653. Transcripts dating from 1662.
Some ruins of the former Church are still existing. The present one, built in
1842, stands about 50 yards to the North of its predecessor.
1661 Sarah Mee, baptized 30 Dec.
1663 John, son of Francis Mee,. June
1665 William, son of Francis Mee, bap. July
1675 Judith, daughter of Francis Mee, bap. 4 Sept.
1675 Jane, daughter of Francis Mee, buried 18 Jan.
1676/77 Robert, son of Francis Mee, bap. 16 Jan.
1683 Joseph, son of Francis Mee, bap. 4 Nov.
1684 William Mee, buried 14 Oct.
1695 Francis Mee, buried 28 Oct.
1698 John, son of Sarah Mee, widow, buried 22 Oct.
1701 Thomas Mee & Alice West, married 24 Oct.
1703 Stretton Mee, buried, probably born between the years 1665-1675
1711 Gilbert Mee & Mary Dolman, married 4 Mar.
1714 Judith, daughter of Gilbert & Mary Mee, bap.
1717 Anne, daughter of Gilbert & Mary Mee, bap.
1719 Gilbert, son of Gilbert & Mary Mee, bap.
1723 Thomas, son of Gilbert & Mary Mee, bap.
1725 Mary, daughter of Gilbert & Mary Mee, bap.
1747 Ann Mee & Samuel Topleys, both of Ticknall, married 11 Oct.
1748 Gilbert Mee and Susannah Marriot, married
1751 Gilbert Mee & Sarah Parker, married
1776 John Mee & Sarah Lane, married
1780 *William Mee & Ann Banlin, married
*he died at Ticknall, 13 Dec. 1813 in his 52 year, his wife Anne died
there in 1827, age 63.
Parish Church of Holy Rood, Packington, co. Leicester
Registers, Baptisms, & marriages dating from 1683
Registers Burials dating from 1677
Packington, with Snibson transcripts, dating from 1574, contain no entries of
any Mee prior to 1703
1703 Robert, son of Francis & Elizabeth Mee, bap. 22 May
1704/5 Mary, daughter of Francis & Elizabeth Mee, bap. 11 Feb.
1706 Sarah, daughter of Francis & Elizabeth Mee, bap. 27 Dec.
1709 Francis, son of Francis & Elizabeth Mee, bap. 25 July
1715 Sarah, daughter of Francis & Elizabeth Mey, buried 10 June
1721 Joseph Mea & Mary Pearson, married by banns, 14 May
1721/2 John, son of Joseph & Mary Mea, bap. 15 Jan.
1727 Francis Mee, buried 22 Sept.
1728 Francis Mee, buried 11 Jan.
1728 Widow Mee, (Elizabeth) buried 17 Jan.
1730 Robert Mee & Mary Tompson, both of Packington, married by banns 26 May
1732/3 Francis, son of Robert & Mary Mee, bap 2 Mar.
1734/5 James, son of Robert & Mary Mee, bap. 4 Mar.
1737 Judith, daughter of Joseph & Mary Mee, was buried May ye 8th by
Mr.Duccatt of Cole Orton, Derbyshire.
1740 Thomas, son of Robert & Mary Mee, bap. 25 Oct.
1743 John, son of Robert & Mary Mee, bap. 27 Apr.
1745/6 Nevil, son of Robert & Mary Mee, bap. 6 Jan.
1747 Mary, daughter of Robert & Mary Mee, bap. ye 6 Feb.
1747/8 Mary, daughter of Robert & Mary Mee, buried 23 Feb.
1753 Ann, daughter of John & Ann Mee, bap. 11 Mar Derbyshire
1754 Joseph Mee, buried 12 Feb. Derbyshire
1756 Joseph, son of Joseph & Ann Mee, bap. 25 Jan. Derbyshire
1756 John, son of Robert & Mary Mee, buried 23 Mar.
1757 Francis Mee, of Measham, & Francis Salisbury, of Packington, married
by banns 30 May.
1759 Robert Mee & Mary Tompson, married 1 May
1764 Mary, daughter of Joseph & Anne Mee, bap. 12 Aug. Derbyshire
1769 Judith, daughter of Joseph & Ann Mee, bap. 18 June, Derbyshire
1774 Elizabeth, daughter of Joseph & Ann Mee, bap. 3 May.
1792 John Mee, buried in Woolen, 18 Mar.
1803 Ann Mee, buried 22 April
The only Mee inscription is on a Tombstone “to the memory of John Mee, 1792”.