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Note for:   Jane (Nee McFarland) Fox,   1844 - 1908         Index
Burial:   
     Place:   Allendale Cemetery, Allendale, Wabash County, Illinois

Note:    [Genealogy, Larry.FTW]

Geraldine Satterthwaite's transcription, Allendale Cemetery, Wabash Co, Illinois, Sect A Row 8
Jane McIntosh 1844- 1908

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Note for:   Sarah E. Treece,   13 JAN 1855 - 21 FEB 1857         Index
Burial:   
     Place:   Allendale Cemetery, Allendale, Wabash County, Illinois

Note:    [Genealogy, Larry.FTW]

Geraldine Satterthwaite's transcription, Allendale Cemetery, Wabash Co, Illinois Sect A Row 2
Sarah E., dau of Enos and Sophia E. Treece B Jan 13, 1855 d Feb 21, 1857 Age 2 yr 1 Mo 8 days

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Note for:   Mary B. Treece,   10 SEP 1863 - 7 MAR 1865         Index
Burial:   
     Place:   Allendale Cemetery, Allendale, Wabash County, Illinois

Note:    [Genealogy, Larry.FTW]

Geraldine Satterthwaite's transcription, Allendale Cemetery, Wabash Co, Illinois Sect A Row 2
Mary B. dau of Enos and M.S. Treece, d 3/71865 1 Yr 5 Mo 5 dys

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Note for:   Benjamin Franklin McIntosh,   28 MAY 1840 - 13 FEB 1920         Index

Note:    [Genealogy, Larry.FTW]

Referenced from Wabash County Lineages - Colonial Revolutionary Pioneer
Compiled by Deward G. Williams Mt. Carmel, Illinois 1969
pg 122

"Benjamin Franklin was the youngest child of Samuel McIntosh and Eleanor Matthews. He was a soldier in the Civil War."

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Note for:   Mary Jo Stillwell,   ABT. 1839 - 6 MAR 1866         Index
Burial:   
     Place:   Allendale Cemetery, Allendale, Wabash County, Illinois

Note:    [Genealogy, Larry.FTW]

Geraldine Satterthwaite's transcription, Allendale Cemetery, Wabash Co, Illinois Sect A Row 2
Mary J. wife of B.F. McIntosh, d 3/6/1866 age 27 yrs

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Note for:   Nancy McIntosh,   25 AUG 1824 - 1 NOV 1826         Index
Burial:   
     Place:   Allendale Cemetery, Allendale, Wabash County, Illinois

Note:    [Genealogy, Larry.FTW]

Geraldine Satterthwaite's transcription, Allendale Cemetery, Wabash Co, Illinois, Sect A Row 2
Nancy dau of S.E. and E. McIntosh, b Aug 25, 1824, d 11/1/1826

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Note for:   Mary Jane McIntosh,   24 JAN 1829 - 9 MAR 1855         Index
Burial:   
     Place:   Allendale Cemetery, Allendale, Wabash County, Illinois

Note:    [Genealogy, Larry.FTW]

Geraldine Satterthwaite's transcription, Allendale Cemetery, Wabash Co, Illinois, Sect A Row 2
Mary J., wife of J. W. Armstrong, B Jan 24, 1829, d Mar 9, 1855

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Note for:   John Og McIntosh,   6 MAR 1753 - 28 JAN 1829         Index
[Genealogy, Larry.FTW]

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

"John Ogg McIntosh, who was born near the old castle of Inverness, Invernesshire, Scotland, 3-6-1753. His uncle, Dr. John Ogg, placed him in school, and subsequently sent him to the University of Edinburgh where he was when the Revolutionary War broke out. His doctor Uncle John, was ordered to America with the Birtish troops. Young John Ogg McIntosh accompanied the doctor and became his associate until the Battle of Germantown, where Dr. Ogg was killed. Young McIntosh was then left to shift for himself.

He joined the command of Lt. Tarleton, one of Lord Cornwallis' officers, and was at the Battle of Cowpens, where he was taken prisoner by Gen. Morgan, and after the war went to the Morgan home in Winchest, VA., to make his home.

He abandoned medicine then and became a wheelwright until 1784 when, with several families he removed from Virginia to Kenton's point, Ky. He later lived in the counties of Bourban, Montgomery, Warren and Logan, where he remained until 1814. While in Kentucky he wqs ordained a Baptist preacher. In 1814 he came to Gallatin County, which at that time contained land that is now Wabash County. It was Mr. McIntosh who personally carried the Petition of residents of that community to Governor Edwards of Kaskaskia. His mission was successful, and Edwards County was formed out of Gallatin and named for the governor of the state of Illinois. He settled permanently in NE 1/4 of the NE 1/4 of Sect. 23. He died in Wabash County about 1829.

Although he served in the American Revolution, it was not as a Patriot-- he was on the British side. But his son fought against the British in the War of 1812. For that reason he is being inculuded in this volume on Revolutionary soldiers who have descendatns now living in Wabash County. His wife was Sarah Bennett."


Another version


John Og McIntosh came to America with his maternal uncle John Og, who was a medical doctor. King George III sent John Og as a physician with his troops to fight in the American Revolution. John Og was killed at the Battle of Germantown in Pennsylvania. After his uncle's death, John Og McIntosh joined the command of Lt. Banastre Tarleton (one of Lord Cornwallis' officers. At the Battle of Cowpens, South Carolina 17 June 1781, at the defeat of the English troops, John Og was taken prisoner by General Daniel Morgan. John Og was possibly indentured to Gen. Morgan for the next three years at Morgan's home in Winchester, Virginia, and was taught the occupation of "wheelwright". After John Og McIntosh's marriage to Sarah Bennett in June, 1782, they resided in Winchester, Virginia. They later resided in Ft. Dusquesne at Pittsburg in 1784 and later moved about from Maysville in Mason County, Kentucky to Mason, Bourbon, Montgomery, Warren, and Logan Counties in Kentucky. Information taken from Vol. 3, "History of the McIntosh Families," compiled by Walter H. McIntosh, Topsfield Mass. "History of the John Og McIntosh Family", written by A. J. McIntosh, grandson of John Og and Sarah (Bennett) McIntosh, and son of Samuel and Eleanor (Matthews) McIntosh.