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Gen James McQueen McIntosh
Birth: 1828
Hillsborough County
Florida, USA
Death: Mar. 7, 1862
Elkhorn Tavern
Benton County
Arkansas, USA

Civil War Confederate Brigadier General. A native of Florida and the son of United States Army Colonel James S. McIntosh, who was killed in the Mexican War, he graduated last in 1849 from the United States Military Academy at West Point, New York. When the Civil War broke out he immediately resigned his Army commission and was commissioned a Colonel in the Confederate States army. Promoted to Brigadier General, he was given command of the First Brigade in General Ben McCulloch's division. During a charge against the Union forces at the Battle of Pea Ridge, Arkansas, General McCulloch was killed. Command fell to General McIntosh and fifteen minutes later he was shot through the heart and died in the exact same spot as McCulloch. (bio by: Tom Todd) 
Family links: 
  James Simmons McIntosh (1787 - 1847)
  Mary Eliza McIntosh Alvord (1820 - 1903)*
  James McQueen McIntosh (1828 - 1862)
  John Baillie McIntosh (1829 - 1888)*
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Fort Smith National Cemetery
Fort Smith
Sebastian County
Arkansas, USA
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Record added: Jul 16, 2000
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Gen James McQueen McIntosh
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James McQueen McIntosh
- Jonathan Robert De Mallie, Historian
 Added: Aug. 2, 2015
So history is NOT BURIED.
- Thats My Cuz
 Added: Jul. 8, 2015
Remembering and Honoring a True Southern Hero. A Confederate Soldier who Bravely and Proudly Fought for Southern Independence During the War of Northern Aggression. Deo Vindice.
- Tony Smith SCV Camp 38, North Charleston S.C.
 Added: Jun. 6, 2015
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