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Note for:   Amy,   17 DEC 1895 - 21 SEP 1976         Index
Burial:   
     Place:   Milano County Cemetary

Note:    [Genealogy, Larry.FTW]

Amy McGregor operated an Antidque Shop in east Milano. She handled old Pattern Glass, Chine and some furniture.

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Note for:   Samuel E. McIntosh,   25 DEC 1791 - 16 JUN 1879         Index
Burial:   
     Place:   Allendale Cemetery, Wabash County Illinois

Note:    [Genealogy, Larry.FTW]

Referenced from Wabash County Lineages, Colonial Revolutionary Pioneer
Compiled by Deward C. Williams, Mt. Carmel, Illinois 1969 pg 121

"Samuel McIntosh, son of John Ogg McIntosh was born Paris, bourbon County, KY 12/25/1791. Like his father he was a wheelwright. In 1813 he and his brother John, at the call of Gov Shelby enlisted in the Northwest Army, was in the division that under Gen Lewis Cass. invaded Canada. He was aboard the American ship the morning after the battle known as Perry's Victory. In 1814, he came to Edwards (now Wabash) county, Illinois, and settled for a while at Compton's Fort near where Allendale now stands. He was the last survivor of the party of nine men who went in pursuit of the Indians who massacred the Cannon Family at the Old Painter Graveyard. He remained a citizen of Wabash County from 1814 until his death 6/16/1879 at the age of 88 years. His will is on file in the Court House at Mt. Carmel in File No. 98. It was dated 3/25/1878 when he was 86 years of age.

He married at Robinson, Ills, 1821 Eleanor Matthews, born in Tennessee 9/11/1797 and died 12/28/1876, the daughter of Samuel Matthews whose family was living in Crawford County, Ills, at the time of Eleanor's marriage. She is buried in Allendale Cemetery.

The following are seven of their eith children
Benjamin Franklin, the younges was a soldier in the Civil War
William
Elkanan
Mary Jane who married Mr. Armstrong.
Sophia E. who mar. Mr. Treece
Daniel.
Andrew Jackson, who was b. near Allendale, Illinois 6/12/1834. He taught school several terms. In 1857 he began the study of Medicine and in 1860 he began practicing. In 1868 he graduated from a College of Medicine and Surgery with an M.D. degree He mar. (1) Sarah Grayson, the dau. of Napoleon and Sophia (McFarland) Grayson, a native of Wabash County who d. 7/7/1876. He mar. (2) Mrs. Jane (McFarland) Fox, the mother of Hiram Fox. Jane was the daughter of James Alexander McFarland of Christian Co. Ky., and his wife Rachel Osborn was b. in Lawrence Co. Ills. Her paternal grandparents were John McFarland and Mary P. Thompson, b. Christian Co. Ky."

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Geraldine Satterthwaite's transcription, Allendale Cemetery, Wabash County, Illinois Sect A. Row 8

Samuel McIntosh b Dec 25, 1791 in Baldwin Kentucky served in war 1812, Married July 22, 1821, died June 16, 1879, age 87 years 5 mo, 21 dys (Father)

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Note for:   Eleanor Matthews,   11 SEP 1799 - 28 DEC 1876         Index
Burial:   
     Place:   Allendale Cemetery, Wabash County Illinois

Note:    [Genealogy, Larry.FTW]

Geraldine Satterthwaite's transcription, Allendale Cemetery, Wabash County, Illinois
Eleanor McIntosh (Mother) wife of Samuel McIntosh, b in state of Ten Sep 11, 1799, d Dec 28, 1876, age 77 yrs, 3 mo, 17 dys Erected by A. J. McIntosh Sept 28 1881.

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Note for:   William M. McIntosh,   ABT. 1823 - 29 JUL 1852         Index
Burial:   
     Place:   Allendale Cemetery, Allendale, Wabash County, Illinois

Note:    [Genealogy, Larry.FTW]

According to the 1850 Census, William was a Physician.

Geraldine Satterthwaite's transcription, Allendale Cemetery, Wabash Co, Illinois, Sect A Row 2
Willilam McIntosh, d July 29, 1852

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Note for:   Nancy M. Lain,   31 JUL 1822 - 18 JUN 1859         Index
[Genealogy, Larry.FTW]

Geraldine Satterthwaite's transcription, Allendale Cemetery, Wabash Co, Illinois, Sect A Row 2
Nancy M. Lain, wife of William M. McIntosh, d June 18, 1859, age 37 years 1 mo, 13 days