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1. [POYTHRESS] Micharl Tutor [1]
If Michael Tutor is still a member of this group, please contact me. The email address I have for you is no longer valid. -- Randy Jones ____________________________________________________________________________________ Looking for last minute shopping deals? Find them fast with Yahoo! Search. http://tools.search.yahoo.com/newsearch/category.php?category=shopping
2. Re: [POYTHRESS] Poythress & John Peter Wagnon in Fla references 1793-1814 [1]
In a Google search on "Bartolome Morales 1795" I found that Bartolome Morales became the Acting Governor of Spanish Florida in 1795. In a Google search on "Carlos Howard 1795 Florida" I found that Carlos Howard was a Spanish officer who sent reports to Bartolome Morales about Blacks & the Creek Indians. Those references to Carlos Howard came from Google Book references in a book "A New Order of Things: Property, Power, and the Transformation of the Creek Indians, 1733-1816" by Claudio Saunt, publishe
3. [POYTHRESS] improvements to LVA website & Confederate pension for WL Poythress [1]
I just made a discovery and wanted to share in case you didn't know. I recently tried to get on the LVA website and it said it was temporarily shut down for the weekend for maintenance and adding more user friendly options -and to check back soon. I checked on the site last night. Now, right on the opening page of the website there's a Google search bar. Also if you go to "LVA catalogs basic search" It searches the whole website. I was trying to find a Jones WPA record, and you know how many hits Jones in
4. [POYTHRESS] Hening's Statutes at Large [1]
Every now and then we happen up on one of those great research endeavors that some guy or gal is compiling in what only appears to be an act of love. http://vagenweb.org/hening appears to be such a site. One Freddie Spradlin is in the process of transcribing all 13 "Hening" volumes to this site. He's currently on volume 10. Additionally, he provides his own index of surnames. Hening's Statutes is something of a "required" reference for those searching in Virginia genealogy and/or acts of
5. Re: [POYTHRESS] improvements to LVA website & Confederate pension for WL Poythress [1]
Thanks, Julie, for alerting us to the improvements - Barbara
6. [POYTHRESS] Poythress & John Peter Wagnon in Fla references 1793-1814 [1]
In trying to catch up on some emails, I saw in Robert Davis' News List message of 19 Dec 2007, the following reference to a helpful website, which was submitted to Davis by Ken Thomas: A free everyname index to the 128 microfilm reels of the East Florida Papers (1784-1821; available at the Library of Congress and the University of Florida) is at: http://web.uflib.ufl.edu/spec/pkyonge/eflapap.html I searched that website on the spelling "Poythress." That search revealed 8 hits, several of which invol
7. Re: [POYTHRESS] American Heritage Mag - Winter 2008 [1]
Maynard, Do you have the address or phone number of the Heritage Book Store ? Thanks, Judy -------------- Original message from "John M. Poythress" : -------------- > For anybody with 6 bucks burning a hole in your pocket, this > > issue is a hit: > > > > R. E. Lee memorabilia recovered from daughter Mary Lee's > > trunk stored (lost) in a Richmond bank. > > > > Discovery of Jamestown > > > > Why Jamestown is important. > > > > etc. etc. > > > > Maynard
8. Re: [POYTHRESS] American Heritage Mag - Winter 2008 [1]
Judy....it's not a "book" deal, just a magazine like "Time" or "Newsweek".....guaranteed to be at your local Borders or whatever. If you want to subscribe there are the customary 27 reply cards stuffed inside. Maynard -----Original Message----- From: poythress-bounces@rootsweb.com [mailto:poythress-bounces@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of scruggsjudy@bellsouth.net Sent: Friday, January 04, 2008 11:17 AM To: poythress@rootsweb.com Subject: Re: [POYTHRESS] American Heritage Mag - Winter 2008 Maynard, Do you h
9. Re: [POYTHRESS] Cemetery's [1]
Poythress Cemetery's Looking for other Poythress family who has family members buried in Northampton Co NC or Greenville Co VA. I found that some of the old cemetery's had been plowed up or destroyed. Trying to save what is left. So if you have family members who are buried there please contact me. One of the Cemetery's that had been plowed up is now owned by JB Ligion Greenville Co VA. Other names with the Poythress I am looking for is Turner. Bass. Garner Jarrell. Scott.. Some of the Poythr
10. Re: [POYTHRESS] Cemetery's [1]
Thanks, Dora, for the alert and for your work trying to save what's still there. I forwarded a copy of your message to a couple of people in case they aren't currently getting our Poythress-List messages. Hopefully you'll hear from them, if you haven't already. If you, Dora, are a Poythress descendant, I'd be glad to learn who your Poythress ancestor was. I have collected some info on the various Poythress people there earlier. Barbara 1/17/08 CrystKnk4@aol.com wrote: > Poythress Cemetery's > Loo
11. [POYTHRESS] American Heritage Mag - Winter 2008 [1]
For anybody with 6 bucks burning a hole in your pocket, this issue is a hit: R. E. Lee memorabilia recovered from daughter Mary Lee's trunk stored (lost) in a Richmond bank. Discovery of Jamestown Why Jamestown is important. etc. etc. Maynard
12. Re: [POYTHRESS] Poythress & John Peter Wagnon in Fla references 1793-1814 [1]
In those references, San Nicolas was given as the location for the two references in July 1795 to Poythress; and Fernandina was the 1814 location given for the item about Thomas Poythress' sale of a ship to Jose Bergallo. "San Nicolas" is identified as Fort San Nicolas "at the Cow Ford" -- And the Cow Ford is identified as present-day Jacksonville. In 1795, French Republicans captured Fort San Nicolas and held it briefly. "Fernandina: Take I-95 north out of Jacksonville and get off at Yulee heading
13. Re: [POYTHRESS] American Heritage Mag - Winter 2008 [1]
Thanks Maynard, I will go by Borders today. Hope you and family are doing good. We are all o.k, been cold here but warming up next week again. Judy -------------- Original message from "John M. Poythress" : -------------- > Judy....it's not a "book" deal, just a magazine like > "Time" or "Newsweek".....guaranteed to be at your local > Borders or whatever. If you want to subscribe there are > the customary 27 reply cards stuffed inside. > > Maynard > > -----Original Messag
14. [POYTHRESS] North Newington Baptist Church Cemetery - Old Site & New Site [1]
Today I stumbled across the fact that the North Newington Baptist Church cemetery in fact has 2 listings at FindAGrave.com: - OLD Site (33 burials: See info further below) AND - NEW Site (616 burials) However apparently as of today the New Site has not yet had its 616 burials fully indexed into FindAGrave. Thus, in order to search its burials, at least as of today, one must go to the listing for the cemetery itself. One searches for a cemetery at FindAGrave.com on the right-hand side of the homepage,
15. [POYTHRESS] Poythress / Poytress DNA question (was Re: POYTHRESS Digest, Vol 9, Issue) 11 [1]
Thanks for speaking up, Debbie. Yes, in our Poythress/Poytress Surname Y-DNA Study, we did succeed in getting a sample submitted by one of the living British Poytress male descendants whose line has continued to live in England thru all these nearly 400 years. And his sample (11 generations down from John, who owned Ploddy House and who was father of both Francis who came to Virginia by 1633, and of Christopher, who stayed in England) gives DNA result-numbers remarkably similar to the results of most of o
16. [POYTHRESS] Death Certificate for Sarah Ann nee Simpson Poythress, d.1919 in TX [1]
The below info is noted from examining an image of the death certificate at the free genealogy research website, FamilySearch.org [The website is maintained by the LDS, or Mormon, Church; anyone -- even non-LDS folk like me -- can benefit from their many decades of filming historic records from around the world, more and more of which records are being digitized and placed online.] Death Certificate stamped # 19836 from Tarrant County, Texas - City of Fort Worth; 1611 Aulston Avenue, 8th Ward - Mrs. Sara
17. Re: [POYTHRESS] Poythress / Poytress DNA question (was Re: POYTHRESS Digest, Vol 9, Issue) 11 [1]
Hi Barbara and all, Nice to see some new messages here. This is very interesting -----Original Message----- From: Barbara Neal To: Poythress List Sent: Mon, Feb 24, 2014 8:36 pm Subject: [POYTHRESS] Poythress / Poytress DNA question (was Re: POYTHRESS Digest, Vol 9, Issue) 11 Thanks for speaking up, Debbie. Yes, in our Poythress/Poytress Surname Y-DNA Study, we did succeed in getting a sample submitted by one of the living British Poytress male descen
18. [POYTHRESS] Patrick's story of Sarah Ann nee Simpson Poythress (1831-1919) marr Russell King Poythress, Troup Co, GA [1]
Hi Patrick & all, Thank you for your draft piece on Sarah Ann Simpson later-Poythress, which I received thanks to you sending it to me as well as to the Poythress List. Alas, I was remiss in failing to tell you -- emails going to the List (or any other of the many thousands of subscription lists hosted through RootsWeb) cannot have any attached files. I am attaching the email itself which you wrote, since it will have not made it into the Poythress List subscribers' In-Boxes, or its archives. Your draft
19. [POYTHRESS] Likely why Sarah Simpson came to LaGrange, GA where she married Poythress [1]
The below info about Joseph Poythress having been a founding trustee of a school for females (when his eldest daughter was age 9), was learned from a book quote, to which our Poythress List was introduced in an (archived) email dated 21 April 1997, captioned "Poythresses in Troup Co, Ga" which email was written by Caroline. [At the bottom of this email, I'll quote from more of Caroline's 1997 email, which contains other info about Joseph, and about Charles E Poythress, eldest son of Russell King Poythress
20. [POYTHRESS] Barbara Poythress Neal response to S C Hawksworth re Poytress inquiry 2/9/14 [1]
Hi Stephen - It's great to hear from you, and I'm so sorry that this response is coming to you so late -- 12 days after your initial email to me, at my old and seldom-used email account. Today I did my monthly check of the old account and saw your email, and forwarded it here to my current account, barbpoy.neal@gmail.com I'm copying on this email the subscribers to our Poythress List of researchers. Our free subscription list has been less active in recent years, but a number of us have worked together s
21. Re: [POYTHRESS] POYTHRESS Digest, Vol 9, Issue 5 [1]
Hi Barbara, If this is of any help, I posted something abt this Russell K. Poythress a few years back, notation abt the Confederate Citizens file. And I remember it was asked who might be related on that thread. I thought Maynard replied back who would be related. Julie On Thu, Feb 13, 2014 at 3:00 AM, wrote: > > > Today's Topics: > > 1. Sarah Ann nee Simpson Poythress (1831-1919) marr Russell King > Poythress, Troup Co, GA (Barbara Neal) > 2. 2nd try Sarah An
22. [POYTHRESS] Sarah Ann nee Simpson Poythress (1831-1919) marr Russell King Poythress, Troup Co, GA [1]
Hi Patrick - with a copy to our Poythress List of subscribers - It's great to hear from you. How neat that you live in the house in England that her family came to America from. I'd be thrilled to learn whatever more you can tell me about Sarah. It's great to learn her year of birth from your email heading, for example. Through the years, I collected a lot of info on their children. I'll have to delve back into the info I have, in order to be sure, but from just recalling "off the top of my head" I am
23. [POYTHRESS] Burial / death info re relatives of Russell K Poythress & 2 mystery women [1]
Further below is burial info for various members of the extended family of Joseph Poythress & his wife Mary King. At the top here, is info re the deaths of the 2 Missouri sons of Henry C [or E] Poythress [the 2nd son of Russell K Poythress] -- the Missouri nephews of Joe Poythress, of the 1922 Probate record in Tarrant Co, TX: - From the Social Security Death Index: Frank Poythress, b.20 Dec 1906; d.27 Mar 1997; zip of last residence 65713 (Niangua, Webster Co, MO); his Social Security # was issued in MO
24. [POYTHRESS] Info from S C Hawksworth 2/22 re his Fresno Poytress inquiry 2/9/14 [1]
Good to hear back from you, Steve. I'm again copying our Poythress List, and strongly encourage you to use "Reply All" so that others of our group who may have helpful info, can respond to help both of us, as well as more people in the future. It's great that your Aunt (who you think would have met John Albert Poytress, who came to Fresno, CA) and his wife Annie, is still living at 90+ and still so mentally sharp. It is great that you will be talking further with her -- do so as soon as you can. Many of
25. [POYTHRESS] RIP Gene Michael Poythress of Richmond Hill, GA [1]
Our condolences to the family & friends of this fellow, who I understand is a cousin of Bud, of our Poythress List [fyi, Richmond Hill is located just southwest of Savannah, along I-95]. 3 obits seen for him thanks to Legacy.com on 9 Feb 2014: = = = Published in Savannah Morning News on Feb. 8, 2014: Gene Poythress Gene Michael Poythress - RICHMOND HILL - Gene Michael Poythress of Richmond Hill, GA, passed away on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. Mike was born in Savannah, GA., on September 3, 1953

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