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  1. George Poindexter (1779 – September 5, 1853) was an American politician, lawyer, and judge from Mississippi. Born in Virginia, he moved to the Mississippi Territory in 1802. He served as United States Representative from the newly admitted state, was elected as Governor (1820–1822), and served as a United States senator .

  2. George Poindexter (1779 – 5 de septiembre de 1853) fue un político, abogado y juez estadounidense de Mississippi. Nacido en Virginia, se mudó al territorio de Mississippi en 1802.

  3. George Poindexter, Second Governor of Mississippi: 1820-1822 - 2003-12. by David Sansing / December 2003. Theme and Time Period. Governors and Senators. Native American. Joining the United States, 1799–1832. Cotton Kingdom, 1833–1865.

  4. A contemporary historian wrote that the history of George Poindexter’s public career is “the history of the Territory and the State of Mississippi, so closely and prominently was he connected with everything that occurred.” Poindexter, who was born in Louisa County, Virginia, on 19 April 1779, received an irregular education even by the standards of […]

  5. Immigrant George Poindexter arrived in the Virginia Colony in the 1650's. With over 200 members, there's a lot of networking amongst members! Today there are descendants in Jersey, England, Canada, USA, Australia, and New Zealand.

  6. George Poindexter (poin´dĕk´stər), 1779–1853, American political leader, b. Louisa co., Va. After practicing law in Virginia, he moved (1802) to Mississippi. As attorney general of Mississippi he took part in the efforts to bring Aaron Burr to trial.

  7. Montana native and New York commodity broker Everton Gentry “George” Poindexter wanted to give the state historical society a painting in memory of his father, Joseph Boyd Poindexter, a former Montana attorney general and governor of Hawaii Territory. The offer to donate the memorial was not startling, but the choice of painting certainly was.