1787 - 1855 (67 years)
||Mary Jackson |
||26 Aug 1787
||29 May 1855
||Moore County, NC at Old Scotch Graveyard
|Patriarch & Matriarch
- 1846, Aug 1 -- 1844-1847 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 380
Mary McIntosh, relict of Neill McIntosh Dec'd. v. John J. McIntosh, admst. Petition for a year's allowance.
1846, Aug 15-Jan 28, 1847 -- Record of Estates Book E Page 164-177, 182-187, 204,252 Moore County, NC
Estate of Neil McIntosh, Dec'd. by Administrator John J. McIntosh. Slaves belonging to the estate: Bob (age 20), Aaron (age 20), Bit (age 35), Jane (age 9), Alston (age 7), Sarah (age 7), Adeline (age 5), Charity (age 25) and her three children John (age 5), Sin (age 2) and Ann (age 6 months). Notes due on the following: William Stewart, Donald Street, Corn. Dunlap, Saml. J. Person, Jesse Bean, John Morison, John Tyson, Thomas B. Tyson, C. H. Dowd, Colin McIver, Alexr. Kelly, Quimby Sowell, John McLeod, Samuel C. Brewer, M. B. Person, William Hancock, John Coker, Jesse Hedgepeth, Jacob Stuts, William R. Sowell, Saml. McIntosh, R. M. McIntosh, D.M.R. McIntosh, Neill McNeill, Henry Arnold, Mary B. Sowell, Bryan Boroughs, Danl. McNeill, Alexr. McIntosh, Alex. C. Curry, Angus Curry, Duncan McIntosh, John B. Kelly, Duncan Murchison, Saml. J. Jackson, George D. Ritter, James Johnson, William Oldham, Michael Cockman, Henry Stuts, James Stuts, Duncan M. Kennedy, Duncan Black, William Cagle, Levi Wright, A. Stutts, Christopher Stutts, Jas. H. Muse, K. Morrison, John McNeill, Thomas Nalls, A. S. Moody, Daniel McNeill, Aaron Kennedy, John B. Kelly, Martin Sheffield, John Sheffield, Hiram Hill, A. Hunsucker, Wm. Dannielly, John Cockman, Isaac Smith, Dempsey Sowell, D. Street, Edmund Holland, Stephen Berryman, M. B. Curry, George McIntosh, Joel Sullivan, Wm. H. Muse, D. Muse, Lewis H. Ritter, A. J. Ritter, Elizabeth Davis, Angus B. Kelly, Angus McDonald, James Ray, Kenneth Black, Nevin Ray, Isabella McLauchlin, Jas. Riddle, Nathan Fry, Neill Peterson, A. Stutts, M. W. Boroughs, J. R. Cameron, P. Cameron, Benjamin Phillips, Lochart Fry, Susanna Muse, D. F. Muse, William Brown, John Brown, Jesse Sowell, Hugh Mathews, A. T. Sowell, Carrol Brady, Robert Taylor, L. B. Curry, William Danielly, Robert Melton, Neill McLeod, Saml. McDonald, Danl. McMillan, Jas. Melton, Charles C. Chalmers, Danl. McDonald, John Medlin, Lewis Lawhon, Isaac M. Sowell, John A. McLeod, Dr. F. Muse, Susanna Muse, John Patterson, James Dowdy, Benjamin Medlin, John Patterson, John J. Alston, Saml. Dunlap, James Dunlap, Leonard Hare, Isham Hare, Leonard Stuts, Daniel C. Kelly, Phillip Wilson, Neill Mathews, John Stafford, James Riddle, John R. Stricklin, Jesse Hannon, Murdock C. Smith, C. D. Smith, Smith Sullivan, Jas. Gaines, John Ritter, John Dunlap, Hiram Sheffield, Jno. Kennedy, John Muse, John M. Curry, Danl. Caddell, E. McIntosh, Everitt Sheffield, Thomas Hill, Green B. Fields, Isham Sowell, Swain Cox, George Williams, Jerry Williams and Duncan Black. Items were purchased by the following: George McIntosh, Quimby Sowell, Mary McIntosh [Widow], John Medlin, Samuel McIntosh, Neill McIntosh, George Hunsucker, Dempsey Sowell, William J. McIntosh, Green B. Fields, Duncan McIntosh [Taylor], Mathew Davis and William R. Sowell.
1846, Dec 22-Jan 24, 1827 -- Notice, Fayetteville Weekly Observer [Fayetteville, NC] Newspaper
Moore County, NC -- Mary McIntosh v. John J. McIntosh and others, heirs at law of Neill McIntosh, Dec'd. Petition for dower. Appearing that Alexander McIntosh and William McIntosh, heirs of Neill McIntosh Dec'd., defendants, are not residents of the state. They are summoned to appear at the courthouse in Carthage on the fourth Monday in January.
1848/1849 -- Tax List, Moore County, NC, District #3
John J. McIntosh listed (for Mary McIntosh) 200 acres valued at $550 on Richland Creek
1850 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 172
Mary McIntosh 63 F, $400 Real Estate, Born in NC
Daniel McIntosh 20 M, Farmer, Born in NC
Neill Melton 20 M, Farmer, Born in NC
Hannah Hare 30 F, Born in NC
1850 -- Census, Slave Schedule, Moore County, NC
Owner - Mary McIntosh
22 M, Black
1855, Jul 23 -- 1853-1856 County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC Page 332
Administration of the estate of Mary McIntosh Dec'd. granted to William R. Sowell with John J. McIntosh and Jesse Bean as securities.
||Moore County Wallaces
||6 Jul 2023 |
|| 22 DNA tests are associated with Mary Jackson |
||Neill McIntosh, b. 6 Jan 1772 d. 29 Jun 1846 (Age 74 years)  |
- 1846, Dec 22 -- Notice, Fayetteville Weekly Observer [Fayetteville, NC] Newspaper
Moore County, NC - Mary McIntosh v. John J. McIntosh and others, heirs at law of Neill McIntosh, Dec'd. Petition for dower. Appearing that Alexander McIntosh and William McIntosh, heirs of Neill McIntosh Dec'd., defendants, are not residents of the state. They are summoned to appear at the courthouse in Carthage on the fourth Monday in January.
1850, Aug 24 -- Deed Book 43 Page 374, Moore County, NC
Angus McCaskill and wife Mary deeded John J. McIntosh 1/12 interest in the estate of Mary's father Neill McIntosh including  200 acres  95 acres granted to Farquard Campbell  49 acres adjoining William Barrett and Daniel McQueen  80 acres located East of Richland Creek granted to Neill McLeod adjoining Ferquard Campbell, McLeod and Ritter  20 acres [part of McLeod and Ritter's 100 acre grant] adjoining Samuel McIntosh and William McIntosh  50 acres on Richland Creek known as part of the Davis land. Saml. J. McIntosh was a witness.
1854, Oct 27 -- 1853-1856 County Court Minutes, Moore County, NC Page 221
John J. McIntosh and others v. Exparte. Nevin Ray, Jesse Bean Esq., Neill Caddell, Neill Dunlap, Alex Kelly and Amos Jessup appointed to divide the land into eleven equal parts and allot to each petitioner: John J. McIntosh, Samuel McIntosh, Martha Sowell, William McIntosh and Daniel McIntosh; allow John J. McIntosh the shares drawn by Duncan McIntosh, Alexr. McIntosh, George McIntosh, Mary McCaskill and Ruthy Ann Sowell he having purchased their undivided interest; allow Wm. R. Sowell the share drawn by Christian Melton he having purchased her undivided interest.
| || 1. William McIntosh|
|+|| 2. John Jackson McIntosh, b. 11 Dec 1802 d. 18 Jul 1870 (Age 67 years)|
|+|| 3. Christian McIntosh, b. 1805 d. Jul 1852 (Age 47 years)|
|+|| 4. Samuel J. McIntosh, b. 1809 d. Bef 1880 (Age < 70 years)|
|+|| 5. Duncan McIntosh, b. 1812 d. Bef 1900 (Age < 87 years)|
| || 6. Nancy McIntosh, b. 6 Jun 1812 d. 5 Jan 1856 (Age 43 years)|
| || 7. Alexander J. McIntosh, b. 13 Feb 1816 d. 23 May 1905 (Age 89 years)|
|+|| 8. George Washington McIntosh, b. 26 Feb 1818 d. 15 Dec 1885 (Age 67 years)|
|+|| 9. Mary McIntosh, b. 1820|
|+||10. Martha Jane McIntosh, b. 1823 d. 1866 (Age 43 years)|
| ||11. Daniel McIntosh, b. 27 Oct 1827 d. 25 Mar 1856 (Age 28 years)|
| ||12. Ruth Ann McIntosh, b. 1829|
||Group Sheet | Family Chart
||4 Aug 2019 |
||Moore County, NC DNA Project|
DNA Results and Analysis for Moore County families including Allen, Barrett, Bean, Brewer, Britt, Brown, Burns, Caddell, Cagle, Carpenter, Caviness, Chriscoe, Cockman, Cole, Comer, Davis, Deaton, Dunn, Furr, Garner, Hancock, Hardin, Hare, Horner, Hunsucker, Hussey, Jackson, Kennedy, Key, Kidd, Lawrence, Maness, McIntosh, McLendon, McNeill, Melton, Monroe, Moore, Morgan, Muse, Nall, Phillips, Richardson, Riddle, Ritter, Sanders, Seawell, Sheffield, Smith, Stewart, Stutts, Sullivan, Wallace, Welch, Williams, Williamson and Wright
||1848/1849 Tax List, Moore County, NC - District 2|
This appears to be an exact copy of District 3 tax rolls for the same year although it is listed as District 2. Area includes portions of Deep River, McLendons (northern), Governors (northern), Crawley, Tysons, Toms and Mill Swamp Creeks. Courtesy of Moore County Historical Association.
||1848/1849 Tax List, Moore County, NC - District 3|
Area includes portions of Little River, Wads, McLendons, Killets, Richland, Juniper and Dry Creeks and the Town of Carthage. Courtesy of Moore County Historical Association.
- [S117] McIntosh Genealogy [ http://www.redwhortleberry.com/genealogy/index.html ].
Neill McIntosh (1772-1846)
FATHER: Alexander McIntosh
MOTHER: Mary McIntosh
BORN: 06 JAN 1772 Old Christmas Day
BIRTH PLACE: Isle of Skye, Scotland
DIED: 29 JUN 1846
INTERRED: the Old Scots Burying Ground near Carthage, North Carolina USA
Married to Mary Jackson of Moore County, N. C. around 1799
SON: John Jackson McIntosh born 11 DEC 1802
DAUGHTER: Christian McIntosh Milton born 1805
SON: William Jackson McIntosh born 1806
DAUGHTER: Ruthey Ann McIntosh Seawell
SON: Duncan McIntosh born 1812
SON: Alexander J. McIntosh born 1816. Moved to Terry, Mississippi around 1860, then to Oklahoma
SON: George Washington McIntosh born 1818
DAUGHTER: Mary McIntosh McCaskill born 1820
SON: Samuel McIntosh born 1820
DAUGHTER: Martha McIntosh Seawell born 1823
SON: Daniel McIntosh born 1830
1830 Census Moore County, North Carolina
1840 Census Moore County, North Carolina
from a memoir by Duane E. McIntosh:
Neill, born "Old Christmas Day" (January 6) 1772 on the Isle of Skye Scotland. died 29JUN 1846, age 74 years, 5 months and 23 days. Neill is buried in the Old Scots Burying Ground near Carthage. He married and settled on Richland Creek beginning about 1799, he also purchased land on McClendon's Creek. Neil McIntosh was well known in the community and considerable additonal information concerning him can be found in Rassie Wicker's "Miscellaneous Ancient Records of Moore County, N. C." Neill's wife was Mary Jackson (b.26AUG 1782, died 29MAY 1855) age 72 years, 9 months and 3 days, her grave is next to her husbands. Mary married Neill about 1799. She was the daughter of William Jackson who lived on Little Juniper Creek about 10 miles southwest of Carthage. William Jackson had a brother Samuel who also had a daughter Mary; she married Neill's brother Alexander.
Neill and Mary had 12 children, the ages of some, I do not have. The order in which they appear does not intend to accurately indicate their order of birth. Mary was 43 years of age when she had her last child, Daniel, and "idiot". Daniel lived with his mother until she passed away.
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