Those of us who've long been researching the Poythress line, are generally
aware that when, for example, we write of "Mecklenburg County" we're LIKELY
speaking of the one along the southern border of Virginia, or VA, versus
the one in which Charlotte is located, in North Carolina, or NC. Since
Poythress names crop up in the records of many states, some of which have
counties of the same names that other states have, it would be a good habit
for us to please form, to ALWAYS add the extra 2-letter abbreviation for
the state about which we're speaking.
This suggestion will help for our own clarity, and especially help new
/ future researchers, consulting our List emails. Thanks, all.