My name is George Cassady
and I started this site. This site was created using MyHeritage.com. This is a great system that allows anyone like you and me to create a private site for their family, build their family tree and share family photos. If you have any comments or feedback about this site, please click here to contact me. Our family tree is posted online on this site! There are 32857 names in our family site. The earliest event is the death of Richard Sawyers
(1). The most recent event is the death of William Edward ""Bill"" Moorehouse
(Apr 30 2012). The site was last updated on June 18 2013, and it currently has 29 registered member(s). If you wish to become a member too, please click here. Enjoy!
This report shows all the kinship groups in the PoynterFamily database. Each kinship group contains a list oif the Confederate soldiers in the group; each soldier show it's relationship to the olther soldiers; each soldier contains a link to the family tree entry for that person.
Orphans are listed in a separate section.
The report is incomplete, in that some of the planned sections are not yet added.
I've modified the rosters for the Twiggs units so that it's easier to compare the names in the rosters to the names in the database. Most are the same, in some the initials have been expanded, in a few the names are quite different. For instance, 'MELLANA' turns out to be 'MALANEY', following inspection of the actual service records for the man. The rosters are now in alphabetical order, with the first and last names for each roster third appearing in the table of contents.
To view the rosters, click on the 'My Pages' tab, which will bring up the table of contents.
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Sadie Jenkins and Berta Ulm, both descendants of John Everett, Sr and his wife Ann Lee, have been studying Ann Lee's pedigree, and believe they have found an alternate pedigree for her rather than the one posited by the Medders database.
I knew having Robert E Lee as a cousin was too good to be true.
There are now two trees on this website, "PoynterFamily" and "Lee Family," while we study the situation. To view the new Lee information, select the "Family Tree" tab, then, on the upper right postion of the screen, select the "Family tree to display" dropdown, and choose "Lee family". To get back to the other tree, use the same method, choosing "PoynterFamily".
At some point, when all are satisfied, I'll do whatever changes need to be made to go back to one tree.
The attachment is the document Sadie and Berta sent me.