That is wonderful. I'm sure if you post something as a new message, people who are related to the family will be excited to hear from you.
I am not a Minnear. I answer GenForum posts instead of doing crosswords, as something more interesting than TV but less strenuous than chopping wood. I look for messages a month old with the words "Please" and "Help" in them. It gives me a wide selection of puzzles to solve.
Your first post was a reply to mine. Mine was a reply to a fellow whose Minnears start with the Cornish one who married a woman whose surname was Hore. People will think your post is about those lines, because we are posting followups.
For a first post, a lot of people do this:
1) Run "Descendants of" report
2) Copy it to a file
3) Open the file in Word, delete anyone living. At the top type "Here are my Minnears. Would be happy to swap data with cousins"
4) Click on "Post New Message"
5) Use "Desc. of William Minnear, b. 1750, Virginia" as a subject
6) Copy the report from Word to the post. You can use Edit -> Select all or CTRL A to select all in Word. You can use Edit -> Copy or CTRL C to copy in Word. You can use CTRL V or Edit -> Paste to paste in the posting area.
To get to the place you can see "Post new message", click on "Return to Message Listings".
I hope this makes sense. My wife says I confuse people faster than any man she's ever met.