William McIntosh Revolutionary Patriot

William McIntosh

William Mackintosh was Commissioner of Glynn Academy in 1797 and also served as Commissioner for the town of Frederica.  He was Judge of the Inferior Court of Glynn County.  The son of Lachlan McIntosh, and the grandson of John Mohr McIntosh, William died 1 December 1799.

An old deed on file in the Glynn County Court House executed by Gen. Lachlan McIntosh in 1800, gives "to Martha MacIntosh, widow of the General's son, Major William McIntosh, the tract where she now resides, originally granted Donald Forbes, for her life time."  The tract referred to was St. Clair.  William, and his two children, are buried on this land, side by side, under a canopy of trees.  There are no living descendants of this branch of McIntoshes.

To defer your confusion on spelling, the tombstones for William and children were inscribed with the name MackIntosh, William also signed his name this was.

See listing for MackIntosh Cemetery




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