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TENNESSEE MCINTOSH'S & RELATED FAMILIES
Please call attention to errors found and please feel free to share additional research. Thank you. Margaret LaFollette
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Dear researching friends, do not assume these notes are 100% correct. Most of these notes have been taken from compiled records and compiled records are subject to error and I have found myself making errors as well. Therefore, please use these notes to guide you to original records and verify their correctness.
Records for the territory of Tennessee County, NC are in Clarksville, Montgomery Co. TN. (I was told by Yolanda, librarian of Robertson Co. Archives, Springville, TN)
1769 General James Robertson was the patriach of Wautauga and the founder of the Cumberland settlements. He was a native of NC and came to TN in 1769. At the time of his death he was the US Agent to the Chickasaw Indians. (Ramseys Annals...)
COLONIAL ROADS 1775-1795 by Dollarhide pg 13 shows a road going from Hillsboro NC to Salem NC, to Jonesboro TN, to Knoxville TN and proceeding west from there. This may have been the route the Caswell NC McIntoshes followed to the Red River TN settlements.
The land situation in Tennessee was peculiar. TN had been settled partly under treaty with Indians and the state of Franklin and the inhabitants were without perfect titles to land. (Ramsey's Annals.)
In 1776 TN was Washington District, NC. In 1777 Washington Co. NC was established. The first Washington Co. court was held 1778. In 1779 James Robertson of Wautauga led settlers to the Cumberland Valley. (TN Before 1800 FHL 976.855 P2f)
In 1780 the extension of the boundary between NC and VA threw a large settlement that had considered itself in VA into NC (TN Soldiers in the Revolution-Penelope Johnson Allen )
In 1780 NC began paying claims to soldiers in the Revolutionary War. In 1782 NC passed a bill for the relief of soldiers. In 1783 a land office in Hillsboro, Orange, NC, was opened for the redemption of certificates for land. (TN Soldiers in the Revolution-P. J. Allen)
Jan 1800 Term, Davidson TN, Inventory of estate of John Boren decd. (Davidson TN Wills FHL 976.855 P2m V1.)
Sep 1781 Mary Boren born near Springfield Robertson TN. (FHL Film l# 783374 Nauvoo Sealings of Couples) (Mary wife of Willis Boren)
1783, Davidson Co., comprising the northern half of TN was formed from Washington. There were many NC land grants in this area. (Tennessee before 1800 FHL 976.855 P2f)
At the 28 Nov 1785 Treaty of Hopewell between Commissioners and Indian Chiefs, a Lachlan McIntosh was one of the commissioners. (History of Davidson Co. TN by W. W. Clayton, pg 56)
Pre 1786, the Springfield area in Davidson Co., NC, was sometimes referred to as Mero District. In 1786 it was created TN Co., NC.
1787 Davidson County TN tax list: McAntosh, Benjamin 1 (male over 21) and Thomas and Charles McAntosh 2.(Davidson TN website)
6 Aug 1788 Washington Co., Peggy Boring md. Caleb Oddle. (TN Marriages Early to 1800 FHL 976.8V22t)
In 1789 Davidson, Sumner, and Tennessee were counties of North Carolina. These 3 Cumberland counties constituted Mero District (Ramseys Annals of Tennessee)
1789 Thomas McIntosh and Benjamin McIntosh are on a list of persons who apparently were taxed-Thomas 100 and Benjamin 50, paid for the paying of the militia employed in cutting the road and escorting families from the town and of Clinch Mountain to the Cumberland Settlements August 25 1789. Thomas & Benjamin are not mentioned as having taxable property in Sumner TN in 1787. (Sumner TN Website)
19 Sep 1789 Robertson TN, Benjamin McIntosh assignee of Martin Armstrong 50 A TN Barrens Walnut Flat surveyed for Benjamin McIntosh (FHL Film # 422470 Robertson TN Deeds)
In 1790 Col. James Robertson was recommended as Brigadeer of Mero District--7000 inhabitants surrounded by 20,000 Indian warriers. (Ramseys Annals...)
13 Jan 1790 Benjamin McIntosh recd pay voucher #247 in Davidson Co. TN from payroll of Militia Officers & Soldiers against the Chicamauga Indians in 1787 from the NC Archives. (Contributed by Bonnie Schwartz)
13 Sep 1790 Washington, Cheney Boring md. Elizabeth White. (TN Marriages Early to 1800 FHL 976.8V22t)
2 Oct 1790 deed to Bazel Boren from Adam Hampton 320 acres in TN Co. on Sulphur Fork Red River. Bk A pg 124 (TN Co. Early Deeds)
15 Oct 1790 deed to John Boren from Melcher Oiler 320 acres Sulphur Fork of Red River Bk A pg 174 (TN Co Early Deeds)
In 1791 and 1792 Indians attacking Mero Destrict (Ramseys Annals)
9 Apr 1791 deed from Bazel Boren to Thomas Johnson 100 A. (TN Co. Early Deeds)
18 Jun 1791 deed from Bazel Boren to Martin Duncan 120 A TN Co. Sulphur fork of Red River Bk A pg 56 (976.845 R2w V 1 Tennessee County Early Deeds)
17 Jul 1791 Greene TN, Sarah Borine md. Evan Jones. (TN Marriages Early to 1800 FHL 976.8V22t.)
20 Dec 1791 deed to Thomas McIntosh assignee of Martin Armstrong 100 A TN County NC on waters of Upper Trace Creek on Big Branch. Deed Bk B p. 206 (TN Co Early Deeds)
1792 Mero District 85 miles E to W, 25 miles N to S. It was covered with thick high cane and a heavy growth of timber. (Ramseys Annals...)
1792 Charles McIntosh married in Montgomery County, TN, or in the year 1795 Robertson TN, to Candis or Candes McAelhany. (FHL Film # 0971687)
17 Jul 1792 deed to Bazel Boren from William Graham 60 A Sulphur Fork Bk A pg 171 (TN Co Early Deeds)
1793 large parties of Creeks and Cherokees were invading. Governor Blount sent 120 men to assist-discouraged some Indian attacks. (Ramseys Annals p 75)
6 Oct 1793 Washington Co., Absolom Boren md. Hannah Little. (TN Marriages Early to 1800 FHL 976.8V22t)
10 Dec 1793 Alexander McIntosh wrote his will, Tennessee County. of North Carolina. Wife Betty (Elizabeth) testator Bazel Boren. His mark is large dark M. The will was not probated until April term, 1799, in Robertson County, Tennessee.
16 Dec 1793 deed from Bazel Boren to James Slack 274 A waters of Sulphur Fork Bk A pg 277 (TN Co Early Deeds)
20 Feb 1794 small bands of Indians were everywhere in Mero District. They stole all the horses. (Ramseys Annals...)
31 Jul 1794 (16 Dec 1793) Bazel Boren to James Stark 274 A waters of Sulphur Creek Fork. Deed Bk A pg 271. (TN Co. Early Deeds Bk A p 277)
6 Sep 1794 Major Ore sent to march against and destroy the Cherokee towns. Nickajack and Running Water, small Indian towns were burned. Andrew Jackson was a private with Ore's 150 mounted infantry. (Ramseys Annals...)
4 Oct 1794 John Boren of TN Co. US, to Charles McIntosh,TN Co., 50 A Sulphur Fork Red River (FHL Film # 422470)
24 Oct 1794 John Boren to George Briscoe 110 acres for 120 lbs on Sulphur Fork of Red River. Charles McIntosh a witness. (TN Co. NC Early Deeds Vol 2 Bk A p 396)
20 Nov 1794 the Indians killed and scalped Col. John Montgomery. He was a native of Virginia and a member of the North Carolina Legislature. (Ramseys Annals...)
For 14 years there was constant warfare. The Etowah campaign penetrated to the most southern towns of the Cherokees and the victory at Nickajack and Running Water broke the spirit of the Indians. There was little mischief afterwards until the War of 1812. (Ramseys Annals...)
2 Mar 1795 deed from John McIntosh to John Severe & John M. Snyder 110 A fork on Cumberland River between Cumberland River & Red River Deed Bk A p 337 (TN Co Early Deeds)
27 Mar 1795 - 1 Jul 1794 deed from Thomas Johnson to Stephen Boren 54 A on Sulphur Fork of Red River. Deed Bk A pg 355 (TN Co. Early Deeds)
3 Sep 1795 John Boren to George Briscoe 110 A TN Co. Sulphur Creek Bk A pg 396. Charles McIntosh witt. (TN Co. Early Deeds)
14 Oct 1795 Will of James Boren, Washington Co. wife Sarah; Sons William, John D., Absolom, Chaney, James; daus Rachel Price wife of Mordiciai Price, Abrrodla Moore, Temperence Boren, Martha Ball, Frances Downing. Teste Horatio Ford, Edward X Smith. (TN Soldiers in the Revolution-Allen.)
11 Mar 1796 Willis Boren born near Springfield, Robertson Co. TN (FHL Film l# 783374 Nauvoo Sealings of Couples) (Husband of Mary Boren)
17 Mar 1796 Benjamin McIntosh son of Thomas born. (McIntosh Cemetery Houston Co. TN) (d. 10 Nov 1877, md. Deborah Browning) (1850 census says Benjamin born TN)
19 Mar 1796 Thomas Johnson, Co. of TN, US, to Charles McIntosh, 137 acres on Sulpher Fork of Red River. Adjoins Wm. Barnes line, Karrs, Nichols, Borens. (FHL Film # 422470 Robt TN Deeds)
Apr. 1796 Tennessee Co. NC laid off in Robertson & Montgomery Counties NC (Robt. TN Ct Min)
Apparently Montgomery County extended (1796-1804) from Sumner TN west to the Mississippi River including Simpson, Logan, and Todd Cos. KY and the rest on west. (FHL Montgomery Co. TN V1-2 976.845 R29w)
When Tennessee was made a state in 1796 it was laid off in 3 districts-Washington, Hamilton, and Mero, to meet at Jonesboro, Knoxville, and Nashville. Andrew Jackson was the Davidson County representative from TN to Congress. In 1797 TN was made one district-Tennessee District. (Ramseys Annals...)
4 Jul 1796 (21 Apr 1796) Benjamin McIntosh to Richard Dodge 50 A in Barrens between Red River & Sulphur fork of Red River. Deed Bk A pg 465 (TN Co. Early Deeds)
1796 Robertson TN, Bazel Boren appointed JP (976.8464 P2w Robertson TN Court Minutes)
11 Mar 1796 Willis Boren born near Springfield, Robertson TN (
19 Mar 1796 Thomas Johnson, Co. of TN, US, to Charles McIntosh Co of TN 137 A on Sulphur Fork of Red River on lines of William Barnes, Karrs, Nichels, Borens. (FHL Film # 422470)
20 Aug 1796 Benjamin McIntosh buys 50 A TN County (I think people must have reregistered their deeds after Tennessee became a state) (FHL Film # 422470)
21 Sep 1796 Washington TN, Chanes Boren md. Mary Pearcefield. (TN Marriages Early to 1800 FHL 976.8V22t)
1 Oct 1796 George Briscoe of Robertson to Thomas McIntosh of Robertson 320 A water Sulphur Fork Red River (FHL Film # 422470)
10 Nov 1796 Thomas McIntosh 320 A Sulphur Fork Red River (FHL Film # 422470)
28 Dec 1796 Isaac Miller to John McIntosh, Robt. TN 160 A Wartrace Creek of Sulphur Fork (FHL Film # 422470)
29 Dec 1796 Charles McIntosh 137 A Sulphur Fork of Red River (FHL Film # 422470)
3 Jan 1797 Bazel Boren to Stephen Boren 50 A Sulphur Fork Red River (FHL Film # 422470)
13 Jan 1797 Thomas Johnson to Nimrod McIntosh 60 A waters Sulphur Fork of Red River on line of Nichols, Borens. (FHL Film # 422470)
12 Apr 1797 (13 Jan 1797) Thomas Johnson, Robertson TN, sold Nimrod McIntosh, Robertson, 61 acres on waters of Sulpher Fork of Red River for $60.00. Adjoins Nichols & John Bouren. Robertson TN Deeds Bk A p 77.
18 Oct 1797 Robertson TN, Joseph Boren Sr. released from paying poll tax present year (Robt TN Ct Minutes)
8 Dec 1797 Stephen Boren to Charles Colgin 100 A Wartrace Creek of Sulphur Fork (FHL Film # 422470)
9 Dec 1797 (22 Oct 1797) Margaret McElrainy to Charles McIntosh 100 A house & cattle. (FHL Film # 422470)
15 Jan 1798 Benjamin McIntosh got tavern license (Robt TN Ct Min)
16 Apr 1798 Alexander McIntosh recorded his stock mark (Robt. TN Ct Min)
15 Mar 1799 (26 Jul 1798) John White was the security for Benjamin McIntosh who owed Joseph Woodall $160 to be paid yesterday which he failed to do. Benjamin binds himself to give John White 75 acres where the Town of Springfield is established if Benjamin does not discharge the debt to John White within one year. (FHL Film # 422470) Robertson TN Deeds Bk B p 210.
15 Mar 1799 (25 Jan 1799) Benjamin McIntosh sells John White 70 acres adjoining Springfield for $160. Robertson TN Deeds Bk B p 212. (FHL Film # 422470) This is the last land entry I was able to find for Benjamin McIntosh, whom I believe to be brother to Thomas, John, Charles and Nimrod McIntosh. Hereafter he appears to be in Illinois.
15 Apr 1799 Will of Alexander McIntosh decd proven by Bazel Boren. Wife Elizabeth McIntosh granted letters of administration. Gave bond with John McIntosh her security. He asked that his joining tools be divided equally among his children and after the death of his wife the remainder of his property (he mentiond real and personal property-real indicates that he owned land) be sold and the proceeds divided equally among his chidren. The inventory of his estate was: 1 (or 5) gelding, 3 cows, 1 year old steer, all his hogs. 2 feather beds and furniture, 2 bed steads 1 dutch oven _ pot hooks 1 shovel 1 tongs 1 candlestick of pewter, __ plates, 2 pewter dishes, 4 basons, 1 tack quart ___ 10 knives & forks, 4 chears, 1 wheel ____, 3 pails, 2 piggins, 1 churn, 1 washing tub, 1 powdring tub, 1 half bushel listed measure 1 weeding hoe 1 mattock 1 falling ax 1 broad ax 1 jointers bob 1 mo____ plane 1 quarter auger 1 t___ saw 1 ____ 3 or 4 small files, 1 coopers rasp, 1 iron wedge, 1 cloaths chest. (Robt TN FHL Film # 425242)
17 Sep 1799 deed Bazel Boren to Isaac Dorris, Sulphur Fork Red River (FHL Film # 422470)
10 Oct 1799 Nellie Boren md. Jno Campbell, Davidson TN. (TN Marriages Early to 1800 FHL 976.8V22t)
Jan 1800 Term, Inventory of estate of John Boren decd. (Davidson TN Wills FHL 976.855 P2m V1.)
15 Jan 1800 John Boren assigned of Martin Armstrong 50 A Sulphur Fork Red River (FHL Film # 422470)
2 Mar 1800 Nimrod McIntosh, Robertson TN, sold Gravet Edwards, Robertson, 65 acres beginning at Thomas McIntosh's line for $250. Robertson TN Deeds Bk J p 231-2.
17 Jul 1800 Thomas McIntosh to Jessee Williams 100 A Wartrace Creek of Sulphur Fork for $300. Robertson TN Deeds Bk B p 314 (FHL Film # 422470)
1802 Jesse McIntosh born TN (1850 Christian KY Census) This Jesse is believed to be the son of Nimrod McIntosh, of Robertson TN. (Jesse's descendency from TN to IL provided by Margret Tolmie, firstname.lastname@example.org)
26 Apr 1802 Daniel McIntosh md. Franky Beard, Montgomery TN. (Early Middle TN Marriages)
30 Mar 1805 Francis Boren md. Edy Wimberley. John Boren BM (Marriages of Sumner TN FHL 976.847 V2w.)
27 Jan 1806 George Browning married Sally McIntosh. Reuben Nowell signed. (Sumner Co. TN Marriages.) It is believed Sally is daughter of Thomas McIntosh who sold 50 acres of land each for $1 in 1814 to his son and sons-in-laws and George Browning was one of those. However, in his will April 1839 Thomas McIntosh named his daughter Sarah Scholes and Joseph Scholes was named as one of his executors.
1807 Benjamin McIntosh on 1807 Census of Knox County Indiana Territory (became Johnson Co. Illinois) A William McIntosh appears in the same census. (FHL 9977.2 X2c 1807 Census Indiana Territory)
12 May 1807 (Apr 1807) Charles McIntosh, Robertson TN, sold John Couts and Henry Johnson for $23.75 the right to build a mill dam. Robertson TN Deeds Bk F p 366.
15 Jan 1808 Charles McIntosh to Nimrod McIntosh 23 A Sulphur Fork Red River (FHL Film # 422470)
15 Jan 1808 Charles McIntosh to Henry Johnson & Archibald Cheatham 9 acres Sulpher Fork Red River (FHL Film # 422470)
2 Jun 1808 Charles McIntosh, Robertson TN, sold John B. Cheatham, Robertson, a negro girl named Judith for $100.00. Robertson TN Deeds Bk G p 111.
25 Jun 1808 Bazel Boren gives Sally Dorris (William) slave girl (FHL Film # 422470) (I THINK Sally is Bazel's daughter)
30 Jun 1808 Bazel Boren assigned of Martin Armstrong 50 A TN Co Sulpher fork Red River (rest blurred) (FHL Film # 422470)
14 Oct 1808 Coleman Boren b. Robertson TN (Nauvoo Temple Endowment Register)
5 Apr 1809 Wm. Parks vs Henry Johnson, ordered that the defdt. have a de po take the deposition of John Karr, in the Ohio County Kentucky, William McIntosh in Randolph County in the Indiana Territory by giving twenty days notice (Records of Robertson Co. County Court Minute Book Vol 2 1808-1811 Typed by Work's Progress Administration)
20 Jun 1809 Charles McIntosh, Robertson TN, sold John B. Cheatham, Robertson, 159 acres on Sulpher Fork of Red River for $700.00. Robertson TN Deeds Bk G p 132-3.
28 Sep 1809 (5 Jul 1809) Charles McIntosh, Robertson TN, sold Margaret Mcelhany, Robertson, 100 acres for $100. Charles reserves ½ the use of the spring contained within. Robertson TN Deeds Bk G p 249-250.
19 Mar 1810 Carter TN, Daniel McIntosh md. Rachel Morrace (KY TN Marr on CD)
20 Aug 1811 Morris Miller md. Caty Borene. Frances Borene BM. Sumner Co. (3500 TN Marr. Rec. & Bonds FHL 976.8 V2t)
1812 Greenberry Boreing, Mary (Ruble) WC 6222 m 10 Oct 1807 Washington City, TN sd 7 Jan 1874 srv A Barrons TN Militia lived Washington City, TN (973 M 22 i Index War 1812 Pension Files)
19 Jan 1812 Bazel Boren assignee of Johnson & Menes 50 A waters Red River borders Benjamin McIntosh (FHL Film # 422471 Robertson TN Deeds)
3 Apr 1812 (2 Mar 1811) Nimrod McIntosh sold Gravitt Edwards 65 acres for $150. Adjoins Thomas McIntosh. Robertson TN Deeds Bk J p 231-232.
26 Jul 1812 (2 Nar 1811) Nimrod McIntosh, Robertson TN, sold Stephen Herring, Robertson, 23 ½ acres bordering Herring's land for $25.00. Robertson TN Deeds Bk J p 266-267.
2 Dec 1812 Willaim Boren md. Julian Dye, Hugh W. Latimer BM. (Sumner TN Marriages FHL 976.846 V2w)
19 Jan 1813 deed to Bazel Boren assignee of Jenkins 274 A (FHL Film # 422471)
5 Feb 1813 deed to Charles McIntosh from Isaac Morrow 28 A (FHL Film # 422471)
27 Aug 1814 Sumner TN, John Boren will (partly gone) Wife: Sarah Boren, daughters Margaret & Rebeckah-rest not named. Witt: Matt Boren, Wm Melton, and W. Boren. (Sumner Co. TN Will Abstracts 1779-1842)
16 Mar 1814 Greene TN, John Hawn md. Rhoda Catching, Able McIntosh. (Green Co. TN Marriages FHL 976.891 V2b.)
8 Nov 1814 (5 Aug 1814) Thomas McIntosh, Robertson TN, sold George Browning, Robertson for $1.00 54 acres bordering tract where Thomas now lives. Robertson TN Deed Bk K p 475-6.
10 Nov 1814 (9 Aug 1814) Thomas McIntosh, Robertson TN, sold Benjamin McIntosh, Robertson, for $1.00 52 acres on waters of Sulpher Fork of Red River Robertson TN Deed Bk K p 489-90.
10 Nov 1814 (5 Aug 1814) Thomas McIntosh, Robertson, sold Elizabeth Muchelhany, Robertson, for $1.00 60 acres joining north boundary of 60 acres belonging to George Browning and being part of tract whereon Thomas now lives. Robertson TN Deed Bk I p 492-3
10 Nov 1814 (9Aug 1814) Thomas McIntosh, Robertson TN, sold Garret Flippo, Robertson, for $1.00 52 acres on waters of Sulpher Fork of Red River. Robertson TN Deed Bk K p 1496-498.
11 Nov 1814 (9 Aug 1814) Thomas McIntosh, Robertson TN, sold Elias Cotton, Robertson, for $1.00 52 acres on waters of Sulpher Fork of Red River. Robertson TN Deeds Bk K p 504.
19 Jun 1815 (8 May 1815) Thomas McIntosh sold Garret Flippo 52 acres on Sulpher Fork of Red River for $1.00. Robertson TN Deeds Bk L p 134-135.
Notice that Thomas McIntosh has just sold approximately 50 acres for $1 to his son Benjamin McIntosh, and to his sons-in-law Garret Flippo and Elias Cotton. He has also sold approximately 50 acres for $1 to George Browning which suggests George is a son-in-law also. A George Browning did marry a Sally McIntosh 27 Jan 1806 Sumner TN. Thomas also sold 60 acres to Elizabeth Muchelhaney for $1. Could Elizabeth be a daughter who married a Muchelhaney and her husband is dead? Or the couple have separated? Or does she have some other connection to Thomas? Elizabeth is not mentioned in Thomas's will in Apr 1837.
20 Jun 1815 (8 May 1815) Thomas McIntosh, Robertson TN, sold Garret Flippo, Robertson, 50 acres on Sulpher Fork of Red River for $23.00. Robertson TN Deeds Bk L p 136-137)
Sept Court 1815 will of Benjamin McIntosh presented for probate Johnson County, Illinois. Wife Frances, Dau Betsy, children Unity, Ceny, Stacy, sons Benjamin, Joshua, and Charles. (FHL Film # 1316478 Johnson IL Commissioners Reports) Benjamin is believed to be a brother to John, Thomas, Charles & Nimrod McIntosh of Robertson TN and who appears in IL records in 1807. In Oct 1823 an heir of Benjamin vs John Stokes & wife, administrators of Benjamin's estate, dropped the suit. They had been waiting for a deposition from Nimrod McIntosh of Robertson, TN.
28 Feb 1816 Elias Cotton, Robertson TN, sold Benjamin McIntosh, Robertson, 52 acres on waters of Sulpher Fork of Red River for $200. Robertson TN Deeds Bk L p 301-303.
8 Sep 1816 Sena, youngest child of Charles and Candis McIntosh was born. (FHL Film # 0971687)
12 Mar 1817 (14 Jan 1817) Benjamin McIntosh, Robertson TN, sold Thomas Lipscomb, Robertson, 52 acres on waters of Sulpher Fork of Red River for $150. Robertson TN Deeds Bk M p 321-323.
5 May 1817 (1 Jan 1814) Nimrod McIntosh, Robertson TN, sold Benjamin Tucker, Robertson, 55 acres on Sulpher Fork of Red River for $250.00. Robertson TN Deeds Bk M p 379-380.
27 May 1817 (9 May 1817) Charles McIntosh, Robertson TN, sold John B. Cheatham, Robertson, 30 acres of land on both sides of mill stone branch of Sulpher Fork of Red River for $150.00. Robertson TN Deeds Bk M p 492=493.
25 Oct 1817 (16 Apr 1817) Benjamin McIntosh, Robertson TN, sold to Thomas Lipscomb, 52 acres on Sulphur Fork of Red River for $150. Robertson TN Deed Bk N p 91-92. It is believed this Benjamin is the son of Thomas McIntosh.
Feb 1818 Stewart TN, deed from David Brigham to Thomas McIntosh 63 ½ A on branch White Oak Creek for $250. Deed Bk 8 pg 473 (Stewart Co. TN Deeds) Stewart Co. originally part of Montgomery Co. which was organized in 1796. Stewart was formed in 1803. (A History of Stewart Co.)
24 Mar 1819 Davidson TN, Daniel McIntosh md. Mary Charlton ((KY TN Marr on CD)
1820 Census TN Code: White males under 10; 10 to 16; 16 to 18; 16 to 26; 26 to 45; over 45--white females the same age groups-number of blacks.
Charles McIntosh Robertson Co: 001301 - 01001 - 1
James McIntosh Robertson County: 200100 - 00100 (Son of John?)
Jesse McIntosh Stewart County: 200100 - 00100 (Son of Nimrod?)
Garret Flippo Robertson Co: 200001 - 10010 (Son-in-law of Thomas McIntosh)
John McIntosh Robertson Co: 100010 - 10010 (Son of John?)
John McIntosh Robertson Co: 000101 - 00001 - 8
Mary Ann McIntosh Robertson Co: 110000 - 20111
Nimrod McIntosh Robertson Co: 110001 - 00101 - 7
1 Feb 1820 Knox TN, Donald McIntosh md. Margery Campbell (KY TN Marr on CD)
20 Jun 1820 Thomas McIntosh, Robertson TN, sold Garret Flippo, Robertson, 50 acres bordering Thomas McIntosh's land for $23.00. Robertson TN Deeds Bk L p 136-8.
13 Dec 1820 Greene TN, Jesse McIntosh md. Jane Smith (KY TN Marr on CD)
19 Apr 1821 Sumner TN, Stephen Boren md. Susan Wimberly. John Gillied, Francis Boren. (Sumner TN Marriages FHL 976.847 V2w.)
Feb 1822 (10 Sep 1821) Stewart TN, Isaac Lowry to Thomas McIntosh 25 A Long Branch White Oak Creek, TN River for $130. Witt: Benjamin McIntosh & Garrett Flippo. (Stewart Co. TN Deed Bk 6 pg 574) Stewart Co. was originally part of
Montgomery Co. which was organized in 1796. Stewart was created in 1803.
1823 Thomas A. McIntosh b. TN (age 23 md. To Nancy Jane 1850 Census Lee IA)
2 Sep 1823 (15 May 1823) Robertson TN, Anderson Cheatham sold Nimrod McIntosh 200 acres on south side of Sulpher Fork for $600. Robertson TN Deeds Bk R pg 117-118.
15 Sep 1823 (Aug 1823) Benjamin McIntosh sold Harrison and Elizabeth Harrell 34 acres on Spring Creek of Red River for $170. Robertson TN Deeds Bk R p 167-168
1824 George W. (Washington?) McIntosh born TN (1850 Census Marion IL ) Believed to be son of Jesse)
18 Jan 1824 (13 Nov 1820) John McIntosh, Robertson TN, sold James McIntosh, Robertson, 160 acres on Wartrace Creek of Sulpher Fork for $160. Robertson TN Deeds Bk P p 305-6.
20 Sep 1824 Sumner TN, Richard Boren md. Miley Bird. Wm Hoddey JP, Stephen Boren BM. (Sumner TN Marriages FHL 976.847 V2w)
19 Oct 1824 (10 May 1824) Benjamin McIntosh, Robertson TN, sold Ephraim Roberts, Robertson, 34 acres on waters of Spring Creek of Red River for $190. Robertson TN Deed Bk R p 454-5.
1825 Israel Boren died Madison Co. TN. He was soldier in War of 1812. He & wife born TN. (FHL 977.771 D3b Pottawattamie IA History) (His wife Susannah, his sons James Briton Boren & Alabama Boren)
15 May 1825 Anderson Cheatham, Robertson TN, sold Nimrod McIntosh, Robertson, tract of land (conveyed by John Boren to said Cheatham by deed dated 31st (or 1st) Dec 1795) 200 acres south side Sulpher Fork and adjacent McIntosh's land for $400.00. Robertson TN Deeds Bk R p 117-118.
18 Apr 1825 (9 Jul 1817) Benjamin McIntosh & Garret Flippo sold Richard Crunk 104 acres on Sulpher Fork of Red River for $400. Robertson TN Deeds Bk S p 3.
9 Dec 1825 (15 Nov 1825) Nimrod McIntosh sold Jas Sawyers 40 acres of Sulpher Fork of Red River for $30. Robertson TN Deeds Bk S p 187-8.
19 Jan 1826 (14 Feb 1825) Nimrod McIntosh sold John P. Chambers 85 acres on Sulpher Fork of Red River for $200. Robertson TN Deeds Bk S p 231-233.
1827 Whitmel Anderson McIntosh born TN. (1850 Census Marion IL) Believed to be son of Jesse.
11 Nov 1826 John Anglin McIntosh md Mrs Susannah Boren Gibson, TN (FHL Film # 1002625 Gibson TN Marr Rec)
14 Mar 1827 Cornelius Green McIntosh b. Gibson, TN (b. date THE SAINTS HERALD 15 Sep 1915) (son of John Anglin McIntosh & Susannah Boren)
25 Jul 1827 Sumner TN, George Anthony md. Nancy Borren. BM Francis Borren. (35000 TN Marriage Records & Bonds FHL 9768 V2t)
Jan 1829 Benjamin McIntosh to David Allison 63 ½ A on Branch White Oak Creek for $150. (Stewart Co. TN Deed Bk 8 pg 473)
3 Dec 1829 Greene TN, David Wood md. Susanna McIntosh. John Catching, Wm Senter MG. (Green Co. TN Marriages FHL 976.891 V2b.)
1830 Census TN Code: Males under 5; of 5 & under 10(etc.); 10-15; 15-20; 20-30; 30-40,40-50, 50-60, 60-70, 70-80, 80-90 etc. Females same age groups (Taken from Ancestry.com)
Thomas McIntosh, Stewart TN: 00110100001/ 0010011
Charles McIntosh,Weakly TN: 200001/ 22001
Solomon McIntosh ,Weakly Co: 1120001- 110001 (This Solomon previously in Logan,
KY. 18 Sep 1812 Solomon McIntosh a Pvt in Capt Samuel Gordon's Co. 1 Regt KY
Mounted Vol. Militia began service until 30 Oct 1812. (National Archives) 18 Sep
1812 Solomon appointed W. W. Whitaker, Logan KY, P. of A. to receive his pay.)
Alexander McIntosh, Nashville, Davidson TN:00001/
Daniel McIntosh, Nashville, Davidson TN 100241/021001
Rodk A. McIntosh, Madison, TN 01121/0001
Bazal McInosh, Robertson, TN 21000001/001001
John McIntosh, Robertson, TN 0011001/001101
John McIntosh, Robertson, TN 00000000001/00010000001
Charles McIntosh, Robertson, TN 001010001/00000001
James McIntosh, Robertson, TN 1101001/2000001
Jessee McIntosh, Robertson, TN 01201/000001
1830 William McIntosh b TN (1850 Census Lee IA) (md. to Martha a 21 OH)
28 May 1830 Nimrod McIntosh, Robertson TN, sold George Cohea, Robertson, 20 acres on waters of Sulpher Fork of Red River for $100.00. Robertson TN Deeds Bk V p 92-93
26 Feb 1830 (23 Jul 1829) James McIntosh, Robertson TN, gave Daniel P. Braden a promissory note for $150.00. If James discharges the note within two years he will be charged no interest. If he does not 160 acres on Wartrace Creek branch of Sulpher Fork will be sold after 30 days notice. Any balance over goes to James. William Seal clerk acts for the benefit of Daniel P. Braden. Robertson TN Deeds Bk V p 19-20.
31 Aug 1830 Nimrod McIntosh, Robertson TN, sold William Haggard, Robertson, for the sum of $?50 (Book had tight binding) 10 acres of land on waters of Sulpher Fork. Robertson TN Deed Bk X p 117.
12 Mar 1832 Robertson TN, Hector McIntosh md. Nancy Wiggs. (Early Middle TN Marriages)
25 Sep 1832 Thomas McIntosh applied for and received a a pension as a veteran of the Revolutionary War in Stewart County (FHL Film # 0971687) In his application he says he has brothers John, Charles, and Nimrod McIntosh who all reside in Robertson Co. who can prove his service.
15 Nov 1832 Charles McIntosh applied for a pension based on his service in the Revolutionary war. (FHL Film # 0971687)
11 May 1833 James McIntosh of Robertson Co. TN sells land on the waters of ____ Trace (the word is in the fold of the book and did not copy) for $40.70 to William Roe of Robertson. No acreage given. Robertson TN Deed Bk X pg 19-20
19 Aug 1833 G.W.C. Haggard born Robertson, TN, 5th of 6 children (3 boys 3 girls) to Holman and Lucinda (McIntosh) Haggard. Natives of Irish descent. His grandfathers were James Haggard & Nimrod McIntosh the latter a soldier of the Revolution and a farmer. G.W.C. raised on farm. At about 8 mo. his mother died. His Father md. Mrs. Elizabeth Holman and had 2 children. She had one by a former husband. G.W.C. lived with grandparnets 4 years after mother died but returned to father on 2nd marriage. Of age he farmed. Moved with parents to Todd KY abt 1842. Lived there until 1860. Moved with Dr. Perkins to Ballard Co. Worked 3 years. Returned to Todd and farmed til 1870 then back to Ballard. 1873 purchased farm where now lives. To first 13 acres added 37 . Now owns farm of 176 actes. Married 11 Feb 1866 Olivia T. Miller of Ballard Co. daughter of William A. & Eliza A. (Shrader) Miller, native of Spenser KY son of Irish descent. 3 children: George W., Charles E. (decd) and Lillie Maud. Are Presbyterians and he formerly a Granger. First voted for Buchanan and still votes Democrat. (FHL 976.9 D3wt V6 Index to KY Biographical Sketches)
31 Aug 1833 Nimrod McIntosh sold William Haggard 10 acres on Sulpher Fork for $?50. (# in fold-didn't copy). Robertson TN Deeds Bk X p 117.
29 Nov 1833 John Boren will. Has daughter Susannah McIntosh. (Information from Delsa Doyle. Madison Tennessee Wills Pg 286 Book A)
18 Mar 1834? (12 Feb 1834) James McIntosh, Robertson TN, sold William Bridges, Livingston, KY, 150 acres on Wartrace Creek of Sulpher Fork. Robertson TN Deed Bk X p 303.
8 May 1834 (18 Apr 1834) James McIntosh, Robertson TN, signed a promissory note to Green Benton, Robertson, for $30 payable to William Price. A negro boy about 5? will be sold if note not paid. Robertson TN Deeds Bk X p 338.
15 Aug 1834 Elizabeth McIntosh represents to the court that George W. Whiting has died, possessed of considerable property. She with Elijah and Allen Whiting, heirs, petition the court. Allen and the children of William Whiting are under 21. Sarah Whiting to be appointed special guardian of Allen and James T. Whiting appointed guardian for Sophia, Sarah, Elisha, and Betsy Ann Whiting, heirs of William decd. Robertson County Court Minute Book 10 p 519.
7 Jan 1835 Stewart TN, James Campbell sold 640 A to David McIntosh South Side Obion River (Bl 11 pg 186 Stewart Co. TN Deeds)
18 Apr 1836 James McIntosh, Robertson TN, wrote a promisory note for $30 payable to William Price, and for $1 paid by Green Benton and a negro boy slave about 5 held in trust, boy shall be advertised for sale by Benton and sold should James McIntosh fail to pay note. Robertson TN Deed Bk X p 338.
May Term 1836 Will of John McIntosh presented for probate Robertson County. Sons: Bazel, John, Thomas & James. Daughters Nancy Boren wife of Hosea Boren, Mary Boren wife of Jeremiah Boren, Elizabeth Dorris wife of Isaac H. Dorris. (FHL Film # 425200 Robertson TN Wills Bk 9 pg 290)
June term 1836 Will of Joseph Scholes presented for probate Stewart County, TN. Wife: Sarah (daughter of Thomas McIntosh) Scholes, son Allen; daughter Elizabeth Browning; daughter Nancy Scholes, son Robert Scholes. At wife's decease money from sale of land divided between son Nathaniel; daughter Peggy Collins; daughter Lucrey Browning. Written 14 Sep 1835. Witnesses: Benjamin R. Brigham, Beverly Beacham. (Stewart County TN, Will Book D. page 5, microfilm roll #52. Information given by Kathleen Desmond MacLennan "mailto:email@example.com")
June 1836 Executors bond for estate of Joseph Schoals signed by Allen Schoals and Benjamin McIntosh (Contributed by Kathleen MacLennan)
4 Jul 1836 James McIntosh, Robertson TN, and Green Benton, trustee for William Price. James owes Price $75.??. One negro woman named Tilda and a boy named Plumer may be sold if the debt is not paid. Robertson TN Deeds Bk Y p 554-555.
25 Jul 1836 Thomas McIntosh of Union Co. IL sold Richard W. Mantle his interest in the remaining part of the estate of his father John decd of Robertson TN , consisting of one seventh part of the proceeds of the sale of the personal property with the slaves bequeathed to his mother during her lifetime for $120. Robertson TN Deed Bk Y P 553.
9 or 19 Sep.1836 Charles McIntosh died Robertson Co. TN (FHL Film # 0971687)
Oct Term 1836 the will of Charles McIntosh presented for probate, Robertson County: Wife: Candis. Sons: Benjamin, Elijah & Anderson. Dau: Peggy & Julia (FHL Film # 425200 Robertson TN Wills pg 290)
28 Nov 1836 Benjamin McIntosh, Franklin Co. IL, sold Anderson McIntosh, Robertson TN, a tract of land where Charles McIntosh, decd, lived after the death of the widow which widow has a life estate, being the one third part, for $175. Robertson TN Deeds Bk Z p 30.
12 Jan 1837 (26 Dec 1836) Elijah McIntosh, Franklin Co. IL, sold to Anderson McIntosh, Robertson TN, for $200 a tract of land where Charles McIntosh, decd, lived after the death of the widow who has a life estate, consisting of 1/3 part of said tract which devised to Elijah by the will of Charles. Robertson TN Deeds Bk Z p 64.
Notice that Elijah and Benjamin McIntosh, both sons of Charles McIntosh, are living in Franklin IL at time of Charles's death.
1837 Abraham Shelton (Skelton?) Todd Co., KY sold John G. McIntosh, Robertson Co. TN, 130 acres on waters of Clifty adjoining Elijah Latham for $100. Signed Abraham Shelton and Jane. Todd KY Deeds Bk K p 121.
22 Feb 1837 (2 May 18??) John G. McIntosh, Robertson TN, sold Richard W. Mantle, Robertson, for $150 all of his interest in the estate of his father John, decd, consisting of one seventh part of the proceeds of the sale of the personal property of his father together with his interest in the sale of 3 slaves loaned to his mother for her lifetime. Robertson TN Deed Bk Z p 159.
28 Feb 1847 (4 Jan 1837) Bazel McIntosh, Robertson TN, sold John Pullom, Robertson, for $5.00, a negro man slave by the name of Niel, one grey mare and colt, two cows and one claf?, all his household and kitchen furniture. In consideration of above named property John Pullom is to keep and support the children of Bazel McIntosh with no further charge on Bazel. (Written 28 Feb 1837, signed 27 Dec 1836, recorded 4 Jan 1837?) Robertson TN Deeds Bk Z p 93.
26 Apr 1837 (20 Dec 1836) James McIntosh, Robertson TN, sold David Darden, Robertson, all the eight? title claim and interest that he is entitled to in the dowry of his mother Mary, consisting of those negroes household kitchen furniture and also his interest in the sale of the property of his father John, for $133.28. Robertson TN Deeds Bk Z p 128-9.
1837 Abraham Shelton/Skelton, Todd Co, KY sold John G. McIntosh of Robertson Co. TN 130 A waters of Clifty adjoining Elijah Latham, signed Abrahan Shelton and Jane (Todd Co. KY Deeds Bk K pg 12)
27 Jan 1838 Greene TN, Will of Able McIntosh, to son Jessee, daughter Susannah Woods (wife of David) (Greene Co. TN Wills FHL 976.891 P28b)
Apr Term 1838 Thomas McIntosh will was presented for probate Stewart Co. TN. Daughters Delila Price, Nancy Flippo, Zilphy Cotton and Sary Scholes. Son Benjamin McIntosh. Son Benjamin McIntosh and Joseph Scholes are to be executors. pg 193 (FHL FIlm # 554314 Stewart TN Settlements & Bonds)
1840 Census Tennessee Ancestry.com
Age groups: under 5, 5 under 10, 10 under 15, 15 under 10, 20 under 30 etc., 30-40, 40-50, 50-60, 60-70, 70-80, 80-90, 90-100, 100 & up.
And McIntosh 211001 10001 Robertson TN
Hary McIntosh 0000000001 00000000001 Robertson TN
Iredell McIntosh 200001 00001001 Robertson TN
Nimrod McIntosh 0200000001 002000001 Robertson TN (Nimrod born 1861 Culpeper VA)
Preston McIntosh 00001 10001 Robertson TN
Daniel McIntosh 0000001 0002001 Davidson TN
John McIntosh 0111101 0110001 Davidson TN
William McIntosh 100001 00001 Davidson TN
Hector McIntosh 011001 10001 Maury TN
Loyd McIntosh 0001 0101 Maury TN
Barbara McIntosh 0011 2200201 Maury TN
Bur McIntosh 0000101 0000001 Stewart TN (Probably
Benjamin born 1796 son of Thomas born 1754 Culpeper, VA)
James McIntosh 00002001 00000001 Stewart TN
Charles McIntosh 1210001 111101 Weakley TN
William McIntosh 100001 10001 Hardeman TN
Rebecca McIntosh 2101 00010001 Hardin TN
Daniel McIntosh 10001 10001 Haywood TN
Murdock McIntosh 10001 00001 Haywood TN
5 Apr 1840 Robertson TN, Bailey Boren md Polly Harals, James Woodard J.P. (Robt. Co. TN Marr.)
8 Apr 1840 Robertson TN, Miss Elizabeth Boren md. Joseph W. Flood. (Robt. Co. TN Marr.)
17 Dec 1840 Robertson TN, Varary Boren md. Kerziah Boren, R.D. Mitchill. (Robt. Co. TN Marr.)
16 Oct 1841 Obion TN, Jesse McIntosh md. Melissa JaneThompson. (Early West TN Marriages) Jesse may be son of Nimrod, Robertson TN. If so, this must be his 2nd marriage. He does have wife Jane in 1850 Christian KY Census, in 1860 Todd KY Census and 1870 Marion IL Census)
16 Jun 1842 John G. McIntosh, Todd Co. KY, sold George Shelton, Todd KY, 130 acres on waters of Clifty for $250. Todd KY Deeds Bk M p 251
14 Dec 1842 Robertson TN, John Boren md. Mary A. Wells, U.? Young J.P. (Robt. Co. TN Marr.)
2 Mar 1844 Stewart TN, Thomas McIntosh md. Angelina French. (Early Middle TN Marr.) Thomas is the son of Benjamin McIntosh who is the son of Thomas McIntosh of Culpeper VA, Caswell NC, and Robertson & Stewart TN.
31 May 1844 Robertson TN, Bazel Boren md. Agnes Huddleston sol. 2 Jun 1844. (Robt. Co. TN Marr)
Dec. Term 1844 Nimrod McIntosh's will was presented for probate Robertson County. Sons John, William, & Anderson. Dau Phebe Browning (decd) formerly wife of Caleb Browning, Son Jesse McIntosh, Dau Celia Benton wife of Thomas J. Benton, Dau Milberry Browning formerly the spouse of Spencer Browning, dau Susanna Haggard decd. & formerly the wife of William H. Haggard, and son Presley. (FHL Film # 425201 Robertson TN Wills Bk 12 pg 248)
Pat Greenwood, "mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org", reminds us that in the cemetery records of Robertson TN, there is a record of Nimrod McIntosh-1761-Nov 1844; Nancy McIntosh-1760-1843; and a daughter, Nancy McIntosh 1799-1830. Pat feels that the daughter Nancy must have died without issue as she is not mentioned in an 1847 circuit court case concerning heirs of Nimrod.
Nimrod and Nancy are buried in a McIntosh Cemetery in Robertson Co. TN. Turn off highway 41--first road past Growers Tobacco Warehouse. Follow this road about 1 mile. The cemetery is located on the left about 200 yards from the road. In June of 2000 the cemetery was in a small grove of trees in a wheat field.
1 Dec 1845 George Washington McIntosh married Martha Williams, Stewart, TN (TN Marriages & Bonds FHL Book 976.8 V2t V2) George believed to be son of Jesse.
25 Dec 1845 Robertson TN, Peter Noe md. Lucinda Boren, Sol 26 Sep 1847. (Robt. Co. TN Marr)
30 Dec 1845 Robertson TN, Elijah McIntosh md. Adline Buren. (Early Middle TN Marr) (Elijah & Adline are ancestors of Louise Erekson "mailto:email@example.com" and it is uncertain whom the parents of this Elijah are.)
A circuit court case filed in 1847 shows the following heirs of Nimrod d. testate 1844: Heirs: John McIntosh, Robt Co.; Preston McIntosh non-resident; Jesse McIntosh non-resident; William McIntosh non-resident; Thomas J. Benton & wife, Celia Benton, formerly Celia McIntosh; Children of dau., Phebe Browning, decd.: Caroline Browning non-resident; William Browning non-resident; George Browning non-resident; Charles Browning non-resident; Nimrod Browning non-resident; Meredith Browning non-resident; Susan Browning non-resident; Elizabeth Browning non-resident; Uzel Browning non-resident; Nancy Browning non-resident. Children of dau., Lucinda Haggard, decd.: Nancy B. Stratton of Kentucky; James W. Haggard non-resident; Permelia Haggard non-resident; John Haggard non-resident; George Haggard non-resident; Parthenia Haggard non-resident. Children of dau., Milbry Browning, decd: James Browning, Robt. Co.; Amos Rose & wife Sabry Rose, formerly Sabry Browning, Robt. Co.
25 Sep 1847 Robertson TN, Peter Noe md. Lucinda Boren. Sol 26 Sep 1847. David M. Wells J.P. (Marr. of Robt. TN FHL 976.8464 V2w)
1 Nov 1847 Stewart Co., George McIntosh md. Martha Williams. (35000 TN Marriages & Bonds FHL 976.8 V2t V2.)
1 Jun 1848 Robertson TN, Eli Boren md. L. A. Baker. Jas Woodard. (Robt. Co. TN Marr.)
30 Nov 1848 Madison TN, Mary McIntosh md. Rollin J. Locke. (Early West TN Marriages)
7 Dec 1848 Robertson TN, Richd A. Boren md. Leatha Newton. F.R.Gooch. (Marr. of Robt. TN FHL 976.8464 V2w)
22 Dec 1848 Robertson TN, John McIntosh md. E.M. Gillim, Sol. 26 Dec 1848 D.G. Baird JP. Robertson TN. (Early Middle TN Marr)
3 Oct 1849 Robertson TN, Wm. Volner md. Nancy Boren. Sol 4 Oct 1849. (Robt. Co. TN Marr.)
22 July 1850 Candis McIntosh applied for a pension as widow of a Revolutionary War Soldier. In 1850 she gave her age as 74. In 1852 she gave her age as 78. She gave the names of her children by Charles as: John, Alexander, Margreatt, Elijah, Julia, Anderson, and Sena. (FHL Film # 0971687)
THE FOLLOWING NOTES SHOW JESSE MCINTOSH MD. SAME DAY SAME PLACE TO TWO DIFFERENT WOMEN. Either the source was wrong or my notes are wrong or there are two Jesses or the ladies are the same person. This needs to be researched further.
16 Oct 1850 Obion TN, Jesse McIntosh md. Mary Maloney. (Early West TN Marr)
16 Oct 1850 Obtion TN, Jesse McIntosh md. Mary Nolan Davis. (Early West TN Marr.)
31 Mar 1853 Robertson TN, Alsey Babb md. Susan McIntosh. Isaac Steele. (Robt. Co. TN Marr.)
13 Nov 1854 Robertson TN, Candis McIntosh died. (FHL Film # 0971687)
15 Jan 1857 Robertson TN, Pleasant B. Roberts md. Artimissa McIntosh. J. W. Cullim MG. (Robt. Co. TN Marr)
21 Oct 1857 Robertson Co., H.W. McIntosh md Rachel E. Keller. Sol 28 Oct 1857 G.B. Mason GP. (Marriages of Robertson Co., TN FHL 976.8464 V2w)
In a trascript of a circuit court hearing filed in 1858 Re: Negroes willed to Celia Benton and her children by Nimrod McIntosh: Dau. Celia Benton, wife of Thomas J. Benton; Children of Celia Benton: William Fletcher, Kentucky; Henderson Fletcher; Iredell McIntosh, alias Iredell Cotton, of Louisiana.
7 Feb 1858 William McIntosh born Stewart Co. TN, son of Thomas & Angeline (French) McIntosh both natives of Stewart TN. William received limited education. Magistrate of Stewart Co. for several years, also Houston. Member of Masonic fraternity & Democrat. Died 23 Jul 1874. Md. Mary Jones 20 Dec 1882, one daughter Murtie E. born 9 May 1884. Mrs. McIntosh dau of Alexander & Pollie (Turner) Jones, natives of Humphreys, TN. Alex in Mexican war. (History of TN Illustrated-Goodspeed p 1250.)
9 Nov 1858 Mollie (Mary) McIntosh born Nashville, Robertson, TN. Md John W. Draughn (Drawn) 18 Dec 1878 Robertson TN. Information received from Pauline Hinds, firstname.lastname@example.org)
14 Dec 1860 Robertson TN, J.W.R. McIntosh md. Sarah Jane Fuqua. (Early Middle TN Marriages) (Cemetery Records of Robt. Co. TN Vol III has this record from Hopewell Bapt. Church Cemetery: J.W. R. McIntosh 10 May 1834 - 14 Sep 1896; Sarah Jane McIntosh b. 5 Oct 1840-9 Mar 1904.)