|Birth: ||Jun. 30, 1837|
|Death: ||Sep. 5, 1919|
June Poitevent engaged in shipping on the Pearl River in Mississippi and on the Trinity River in Texas, and he owned farms in both states, as well as a Victorian Italianate home on the Bay of Biloxi which was called the "Bay Home" and a home at Palmetto, Florida, near Tampa. His other interests included serving as captain of steamboats, including the Pearl Rivers and later the Lake Charles; operating a sawmill at Hillsdale in Pearl River County (Mississippi) in 1893; and maintaining a large truck and fruit farm near Tampico, Mexico, in 1895. June Poitevent spent his retirement years in Ocean Springs, Mississippi.
The eldest son of Schuyler and Thomasia , Junius, called June, worked in his father's sawmill until 1868. It is believed that he served as a midshipman in the Confederate Navy during the Civil War. In 1866 he married May Eleanor Staples (1847-1932) of New Orleans. They became the parents of three: Cora May (1868-?), Vera (1874-1897), and Schuyler (1875-1936).
William James Poitevent (1814 - 1890)
Mary Amelia Russ Poitevent (1819 - 1873)
Mary Elnora Staples Poitevent (1847 - 1932)*
Vera Poitevent Lundy (1872 - 1897)*
Schuyler Poitevent (1875 - 1936)*
Junius Poitevent (1837 - 1919)
John W. Poitevent (1840 - 1899)*
Samuel Russ Poitevent (1852 - 1904)*
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