Capt. William H. McIntosh was the son of John McIntosh (b. 1715 in Scotland, d. 1787) of McIntosh Bluff on the Tombigbee River above Mobile, AL, and Margaret (Marian) McGillivary; he had one sister Catherine who married George/John Troup and was the father of George Troup who became Gov. of GA.
William H. McIntosh Sr. married about. 1774, (1) Senoia, daughter of Taski Henneah; they had Creek Chief William H. McIntosh Jr. and Matilda McIntosh. He married (2) a Creek Woman of the Wind Clan; they had Chief Roderick "Roley" McIntosh.
He later abandoned his Creek Indian wives, and married his cousin (3) Barbara McIntosh of Fair Hope Plantation. Fair Hope was just south of Mallow Plantation, Pine Harbor GA, where Capt. Roderick "Roley" McIntosh and his spinster sister Miss Winnewood McIntosh lived.
William and Barbara had the following children: Lt (USN) William R. McIntosh b. 11 Sep 1780 who married Maria Hillary; John who worked for the Treasury Dept. as Collector for the Port of Savannah, GA; and Jane who married Henry Gignilliat.
His father left GA and went to what is now western AL some time after William's birth and operated a trading post; William spent most of his childhoood at McIntosh Bluff, AL, and met his 1st wife Senoya/Senoia, a full blood Creek at his father's trading post.
William became a Tory Capt. in the British Army during the Revolutionary War.
Mallow Plantation Cemetery
Created by: Alice P.
Record added: Apr 28, 2005
Find A Grave Memorial# 10865899
In memory of William H. McIntosh, Sr. and in gratitude for his service in the Revolutionary War.|
Added: Feb. 25, 2015
Your heritage lives on.|
Added: Aug. 12, 2014
Thinking about you. Much peace & love to you.Barb McIntosh-Stott|
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