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176. More thoughts on Viruses [1]
Thanks, Barbara, for that warning. It makes me think that it might be appropriate, though off message, to make a couple of points about viruses after my recent experience. >Changes in virus protection are taking place, and some of us aren't aware of them. >People don't intentionally send viruses. Sure, it's fine to be wary of emails from strangers. But you need to be wary of emails from friends, too. Viruses replicate themselves secretly. We were sending out emails but no trace was left on our machine
177. Re: Poythress, Lucy [1]
Maynard, thanks for sharing these citations. Where did you find them? Best regards, Lyn P. Baird llbaird@juno.com ________________________________________________________________ GET INTERNET ACCESS FROM JUNO! Juno offers FREE or PREMIUM Internet access for less! Join Juno today! For your FREE software, visit: http://dl.www.juno.com/get/tagj.
178. Re: Poythress, Agnes: Descendents of... [1]
I am sure some of you think I am going pretty far a field to list Mary Blair Rice, AKA Blair Niles, on the Poythress List, but please note at http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/cgi-bin/drawerIII/disk8/CC/BA/031/R0414?70 that R. Bolling Batte gives her a P-1 designation.BGA CAF AAA. Diana
179. Re: FW: Poythress, Agnes: Descendents of... [1]
Diana, thanks for sharing these interesting reads. Not likely to be a missing puzzle part for me, but quite entertaining. Best regards, Lyn P. Baird llbaird@juno.com ________________________________________________________________ GET INTERNET ACCESS FROM JUNO! Juno offers FREE or PREMIUM Internet access for less! Join Juno today! For your FREE software, visit: http://dl.www.juno.com/get/tagj.
180. Genealogy Gone Haywire As Searchers Take to Web [1]
Interesting: ******************** If you are having trouble with any of the links in this message, or if the URL's are not appearing as links, please follow the instructions at the bottom of this email. Title: Genealogy Gone Haywire As Searchers Take to Web Copy and paste the following into your Web browser to access the sent link: http://wsj.emailthis.com/et/emailThis?clickMap=viewThis&etMailToID=1878866035&pt=Y Copy and paste the following into your Web browser to SAVE THIS link: http://wsj
181. Re: Ancestry [1]
In a message dated 6/23/01 6:15:53 PM Eastern Daylight Time, aviddiva@bellsouth.net writes: > Subj: Re: Ancestry > Date: 6/23/01 6:15:53 PM Eastern Daylight Time > From: aviddiva@bellsouth.net (Christine Poythress) > To: VKRatliff@aol.com > > these sound like my great grand fathers Well, Christine, you rascal, have you been lurkin' and not letting us know whom you're "after"? Hope it is a "hit" for you. I'm fairly sure Warren and maybe Reubin are out of Effingham County. However, for the time
182. British Genealogical Resource Site [1]
For any one with roots in the United Kingdom, this site would seem to have something to offer. http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/ Also try http://www.gendocs.demon.co.uk/england.html Diana
183. Reuben, Warren & R. W. [1]
Subj: Re: Ancestry Date: 6/24/01 To: BPoythress Dunno, Bud, but I'll copy it along to the list......(thanks for the comment....however, I think Debbie is after "William" and her William is considerably before 1889). in a message dated 6/23/01 6:55:35 PM Eastern Daylight Time, BPoythress writes: > Subj: Re: Ancestry > Date: 6/23/01 6:55:35 PM Eastern Daylight Time > From: BPoythress > To: VKRatliff
184. Privacy Legislation [1]
For those of you on AOL, the address (I am now told) is: http://legal.web.aol.com/feedback.html Maynard
185. Mea Culpa: Virus [1]
If your virus software is up to date, you probably don't have to worry. If you have received a strange email from a Diamond in the last week with two attachments and you opened them, be sure to do a virus scan. However, a nasty little beast on my old computer sent them out on my husband email without our knowledge to contact list entries that had been deleted from the file. Who would have thought? Nothing is ever really deleted. You can read more about this virus at http://www.sarc.com/avcenter/venc/da
186. Wales [1]
At > http://www.ancestry.com/rd/map.asp?ImageID=320 < this week's Genealogy.com issue has a map of Wales and England in 1641. While we (I anyway) tend to think of Gloucestershire and that area as England bordering Wales, in 1641 it actually was Wales. That would imply Welsh origins for the name. However, I am still taking heat from my French friend who swears it is anglicized Norman. He uses Craig's line about Poi being red and thress being next door to tress in the sense of a conspicuous or decor
187. Re: Portuguese [1]
Nice write up, wish we had the author. My sister-in-law visits the area quite frequently. I wonder where the cemetary is and if it is accessible? BGP
188. Change in how many people may see List messages [1]
Perhaps all of you saw the below article. If not, you should be aware of its impact on us. Most members of our Poythress-List are already aware that the messages they send to the List have long been archived, which is helpful for referring to later. Upon reading the below item, it becomes apparent that things we say in List messages will have an even wider accessibility, and that those messages will be reached by more people using major Internet search engines. Further incentive to "keep our messages pe
189. Poythress, Lucy [1]
Poythress, Lucy Marriages: Mr. John Gordon, of Prince George, to Miss Lucy Poythress, of the same county; a very agreeable lady with a handsome fortune. Source: Virginia Gazette 21 Apr 1775, record in Virginia Historical Society
190. [POYTHRESS] Change of address!! [1]
Hello, everyone! Dee and Fred Upchurch have a new e-mail address: deefred@bellsouth.net Please note this in your address book, and delete our old address. Time Warner, our old provider, will forward e-mails from our old mailbox for a limited time only. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all! Regards, Dee and Fred Upchurch
191. Delphy Wilkinson [1]
On 4/11 Nancy Simmons (address above) wrote the net: "Does anyone have any information concerning Francis Poythress whose will was dated 1796? My Wilkinson family seems to think that he married a second time to Delphy Wilkinson (his first wife was Mary Peterson). His will is witnessed by Reubin Wilkinson (Delphy's son). In her will it was hard to tell how she spelled last name but it looked like she spelled it as Portis. Would like to hear if anyone has information on this. Thanks, Nancy W. Sim
192. Re: POYTHRESS Street [1]
Cindy, that would be great if you would check this one out, especially with respect to "George Poythress" as the individual for whom the street might have been named.. He could possibility be the "Major George Poythress" who immigrated to Burke County, Ga. about 1780-90. My impression is that his "Major" is a militia title which those old boys typically kept out of, I suppose, vanity to one degree or another. IF we can pin it to the same George, then he would almost certainly be the son of Thomas
193. Re: Bradford-Pace [1]
Hi Terry, nice to hear from you. For the "presumed" marriage Richard Pace m. Rebecca Poythress, suggest you contact the Pace Network as the guys with the most up to the minute news. Its: pacenetwrk@aol.com This marriage is a matter of dispute. The DAR accepted it for a number of years but the Pace folks now seem to think that some past Pace researcher did some "creative" filling of missing slots and they make a persuasive case for this. Best, John M. Poythress (vkratliff@aol.com)
194. The "Mock Ledger" [1]
Bob Peavy, et al: Here is the way it is in my records. I do not recall having ever seen an actual photocopy of this ledger page. I do, however, remember that on reading/copying it and noting its source I gave this "snippet of material" a lot of credibility when I first saw it. The syntax however, I think I recognize as my own so I will not place it in quotes: In the instance of Hester Wilder Mock, in 1794 a Burke County Court Record book with remaining blank pages was sold to Harry Wilder, who th
195. Fw: [Fwd: FW: PERMANENT REPAIR FOR SOCIAL SECURITY] [1]
This is a multi-part message in MIME format. ------=_NextPart_000_0065_01BFB2DC.CAD57800 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit -----Original Message----- From: Mdaleclark@aol.com To: BubblesLHT@mindspring.com ; C4HARBOUR@aol.com ; debbiev@netdoor.com ; FFraganm@cs.com ; kwg@strato.net ; Travisg37@aol.com ; JLGUY@aol.com
196. Does anyone have any information concerning Francis Poythress [1]
whose will was dated 1796????My Wilkinson family seems to think that he married a second time to Delphy Wilkinson(his first wife was Mary Peterson). His will was witnessed by Reubin Wilkinson(Delphy's son) . In her will was hard to tell how she spelled last name but looked like she spelled is portris. Would like to hear if anyone has some information concerning this. Thanks. Nancy W.Simmons
197. Bradford-Pace [1]
John Bradford of Charles City VA married Rebecca Pace she was the Dau of Richard Pace Bn ? D Bertie NC after 1736 and Rebecca Poythress. This line includes several connections to Brunswick Co, VA families including RANSOM, HARGRAVES, GREEN, Vaughn, Brown and Moore . I would like help from anyone to sort out these related families Thanks Terry
198. Re: POYTHRESS Street [1]
Yes, I knew there was a Poythress St. in Hopewell.....and in fact took a couple of pictures standing under it. However, I suppose I was so carried away I completely forgot to ask if it was named after a particular Poythress (likely it was) and if so, how long it has had that name. I'm fairly sure the group would love to have those answers if you can possibly dig them out. Thanks again, Maynard
199. Francis Poythress's Legacy [1]
I thought I would share with you some math. I recently tried to explain to a nephew why I didn't consider our ancestor Francis Poythress's multiple appearance on our genealogical chart to be entirely responsible for either the family eccentricities or its successes. I also wanted to explain to my nephew why indeed a good portion of America and even some English folks might honestly claim to be a descendent from the Immigrant Mr. Poythress or his relative-in-law, Pocahantas (as you know, Francis's daughter
200. Franklin County, NC marriage bonds [1]
I was visiting Franklin County, NC on Friday looking for links other than Poythress but found this-- for those who might be interested. The County Registrar only had a listing of the marriage bonds- a copy of the bonds may be obtainable from the NC Archives. In a book by Dr. Stephen E. Bradley, Jr on "Franklin County,North Carolina Marriage Bonds 1779 - 1868", there were no "Poythresses" listed. There were, however, 3 Portis/Portice brides Page 47 Date Bondsman / Witness 2694. Robert Thoma

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