There's only one Galeed mentioned in the Bible although the name (Galeed) is strikingly similar to the name (Gilead). The name Galeed occurs in Genesis 31:47, where Jacob (not yet named Israel) and his father-in-law Laban cut a covenant of peace and manifest this covenant in the erection of a monument. Jacob takes one stone and sets it vertical like a pillar, but Laban tells his people to gather stones and pile them up. Laban calls the resulting heap Jegar-sahadutha but Jacob calls it Galeed.
"And Laban said, "This (heap) is a witness between you and me this day." Therefore it was named Galeed" (Genesis 31:48).
The name Galeed consists of two parts. The first part is the word (gal), meaning heap. See the name Gilgal for a better look at this word.
Th second part is the word ('ed), meaning witness. It comes from the verb ('ud), meaning to return or repeat. The relation to its derivative shows in the English 'to second a motion.' The word ('ed) bears a striking resemblance to the word ('ad), meaning perpetuity, as it occurs in the name Gilead.
The name Galeed means Hill Of Witness (Jones' Dictionary of Old Testament Proper Names) or Heap Of Witness (NOBS Study Bible Name List)