The Poindexter Family Reunion
Image of tall masted ships tied to a dock during colonial times.
June 12 - 15, 2008
Williamsburg, Virginia

 Reunion 2008 Home Page      Agenda & Events Calendar     Registration     Hotel Info      Directions & Maps      About the Area      For the Kids


Go to the Reunion Home Page, meet your host.


The Reunion Agenda, what's happening and when.


Registration Information and Form


Reunion Hotel Information, special rates and directions.


Directions to the Area


History of the area, side trips, things to do while here.


Fun things for the Kids at the Reunion and around the area!



Where the American Poindexter Family Began!

Plan now to attend this year's Reunion hosted by the Poindexter Descendants Association. Our Poindexter immigrant came to the area of Middle Plantation (now known as Williamsburg) in 1657. He had a land grant in nearby Gloucester County, served on the first Vestry of Bruton Parish, built his timber and brick colonial era plantation home Criss Cross, and seeded the Poingdestre family of Jersey, Channel Islands, in America.

Visit Colonial Williamsburg to learn and experience how our George might have lived, visit Bruton Parish church and take our bus tour to Criss Cross, St. Peter's Church (which he also helped found), visit other plantation homes. Explore the links to the left to learn more about what we have planned.

More details on the bus tour, reunion registration, and other events and things to see with your family will be added here by February 1st and in the PDA newsletter delieved to members near the end of January.

The Reunion is being planned by the Reunion Committee, led by PDA's Second Vice President, John Wade.  
Picture of John Wade

John Wade
3320 B. Northcrest Road
Doraville, GA 30340
770-491-8444 or






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Other images and local hotel and tour coordination by Colonial Connections