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1996 - 2nd Quarter

I will be glad to visit with any "cousins". I am a teacher in a small town in Washington State. I will be joining all my brothers and sisters in August for a reunion and plan to bring copies from these pages to show them the fun of the internet.I have so many cousins that I haven't met along with now all you distant cousins. My father was James McIntosh and his father was Duncan McIntosh. They came from Canada originally. E-mail me at if you want to visit.....

Barb McIntosh Orr
Omak, WA USA
Sunday, June 30, 1996 at 00:18:43 (CDT)

I was searching on the internet with my name 'Eggie' (it is not my real first name, but everybody call me so) and so I came on your sept-page. If anyone knows something more about the name "Eggie", please, e-mail me. Your page is very colorful, and I will take time to see more of it....

Eggie van Buiten
Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Thursday, June 27, 1996 at 08:37:47 (CDT)

I'm just getting started with looking for my family history. I have the name Gray now as a former married name and wish I would have kept my maiden name of McIntosh. If my cousins see this, I say hello to them and look forward to seeing all of you at the reunion in July.

Rhonda Lee McIntosh Gray
Wichita, KS USA
Tuesday, June 25, 1996 at 23:29:42 (CDT)

This is a well designed site full of wonderful graphics, and information for those of Clan MacIntosh as well as interest for those of Scottish heritage. Well Done!

Kristi Wainscott-Moen
Arlington, WA USA
Clan Affiliation: Young, Fraser, Mackay, Cameron
Tuesday, June 25, 1996 at 11:58:22 (CDT)

Great Page. I've been hoping someone would place a page like this for the Clan. Just got back from the Lock Sloy Games in Fort Erie, and was sadly disappointed by how few Mackintoshes were there. I am trying to get a Clan Mackintosh page up for Canada soon and hope to list the summer games in Ontario and up-state New York.

Robbert John MCIntosh
Toronto, ON Canada
Clan Affiliation: Mackintosh
Sunday, June 23, 1996 at 22:43:42 (CDT)

Nice legs!!!!!

Jerri Hennessy

Plano, TX USA
Clan Affiliation: Unknown
Thursday, June 20, 1996 at 20:46:58 (CDT)

My grandfather and I have been searching for history on our family for many years. I would be glad to here from anyone who could help us in our search. Any historical information about the origin of McIntosh's, or any other information would be greatly appreciated.

Samantha McIntosh
Clan Affiliation: McIntosh
Sunday, June 16, 1996 at 17:23:19 (CDT)

Really enjoyed your page, looking for McIntosh's in KY, Breathitt & Magonfin counties. If these are your lines please contact me.Keep up the good work.

Franki Loring
Aberdeen, WA USA
Sunday, June 16, 1996 at 00:20:30 (CDT)

What a pleasure to find this page. Hope to visit again soon

Kenneth Mackintosh
Shelton, WA USA
Clan Affiliation: Clan Mackintosh
Friday, June 14, 1996 at 10:10:15 (CDT)

Nice page! Keep up the good work...I'll be back later when I have more time!

Scott Allen McIntosh
Lexington, KY USA
Wednesday, June 12, 1996 at 11:47:37 (CDT)

Hi, Just a short note to let you know that I found your site during one of my surfing sessions. I have just decided to see if I can chase as much of my family tree as possible. This is a good start. I live in Coffs Harbour on the east coast of Australia. My father (David McIntosh) and mother (Margaret Elizabeth McIntosh - nee Wibley) live in Nelson Bay, about 400 Km down the coast from Coffs. We came to Australia in 1953 when I was 6 years old. If anyone thinks they have some connection I would love to hear from them. Regards, Brian.

Brian McIntosh
Coffs Harbour, NSW Australia
Clan Affiliation: I'm a McIntosh !!
Thursday, June 06, 1996 at 08:50:01 (CDT)

Nice page, Todd! I wish my father (Alexander Day Mackintosh) and grandfather (Alexander Mackintosh I), both avid genealogists who pursued Clan Chattan with a passion, had survived to see what the marvels of technology could have done to ease their task. I have memories of hours spent at my dad's side as he searched for relevant tombstones in New England graveyards in order to add to his vast data on the Family. Grand dad came from Inverness in 1893, or 1894, with 18 cents in his pocket. He changed the spelling of his name to get a scholarship at NYU (they already had a "McIntosh" on scholarship!) and went on to become quite a fine architect (e.g. the B. Altman building in NYC). My dad was an architect, too, but I broke the chain to become a kind of jack-of-all-trades: I'm now 16 years into my 5th career. At 51, the kilt I bought in Scotland and wore to my high school prom still fits. My eldest son (Brooks) wore it to his graduation from Penn last year. My youngest (Alexander III) is currently at Georgia Tech. I still have some of my dad's research results and would welcome e-mail inquiries from those looking for kin.

Alexander Mackintosh II
Lilburn, GA USA
Clan Affiliation: Mackintosh
Tuesday, June 04, 1996 at 21:38:43 (CDT)

I just had to sign your guestbook and thank you SO much for your wonderful site. It's the best I've found for information on our sometimes reclusive ancestors! My interest in genealogy is deeply-rooted, as I was adopted as a baby and never knew (though I constantly wondered) where "my people" came from, "what" I was--until I reunited with my birthmother four years ago, and contacted my birthfather about a year ago (he's the McFall). When I divorced, I decided I had to take my "real" family's name. Now I've been desperately searching for information on the name and the family--like where they came from, their clan affiliation (if any), interesting history, etc. It seems like every source I find gives another version of the McFalls' clan affiliation: I've seen it associated with Clan Chattan (with no others mentioned), MacIntosh, McKay, was becoming maddening! :-) Anyway, I'll stop gushing. THANK YOU for clearing up so much history for me. You've made my quest a bit easier. Bless you, cousin! :-D Laura McFall Northern Arizona University

Laura McFall
Flagstaff, AZ USA
Clan Affiliation: Chattan, Mackintosh
Monday, June 03, 1996 at 20:13:30 (CDT)

Great Page!! I'll be back when I have more time to look around. Would like to find more information on the Mcintosh Clan.

Craig A. McIntosh

Howard AFB, Panama
Clan Affiliation: McIntosh
Thursday, May 30, 1996 at 15:53:23 (CDT)

My GGGGrandmother was Jacintha McIntosh who married Thomas P. Randolph in 1820

Ben A. Orton
Gainesville, Fl USA
Monday, May 27, 1996 at 14:17:01 (CDT)

I am 18 and have been curious about my clan. I plan to explore your (or our) clan's home page.

Darryl William McIntosh
Orillia, On Canada
Clan Affiliation: McIntosh
Tuesday, May 21, 1996 at 12:47:43 (CDT)

I'm pleased to see the Clan has an internet site and anxious to establish communication with Clan members worldwide. My ancestors are Canadian, with my father born in Biggar, Sask before moving on to Vancouver. Wife Cheryl, son Stuart and I visited Moy and Mackintosh several years ago - and we're looking forward to a return in the near future.

Bruce McIntosh
Apple Valley, MN USA
Clan Affiliation: Mackintosh
Sunday, May 19, 1996 at 20:58:45 (CDT)

Married a Dallas. Also of Clan MacLean International.

Dave McCormick
Phoenix, AZ USA
Clan Affiliation: Clan MacKintosh of North America
Saturday, May 18, 1996 at 03:55:47 (CDT)

Thumbs up! Great Page! Anybody interested in Japan, Please feel free to contact me, I am conversant in Japanese, and since I am living and studying here, I would be happy if I could help answer any of your questions about Japan. My field of study is International Business/Economics and Japanese Studies. My number is [Japan] (45) 583-7994. I'm always happy to hear from a McIntosh, or a friend.

Bruce T. McIntosh

Tokyo, Japan
Clan Affiliation: Clan Chattan
Friday, May 17, 1996 at 02:56:31 (CDT)

My grandfather, John Adamson, was born near Milnathorp, Scotland in 1899. We are apparently a small branch of the clan Macintosh. Can any one tell me any more about the Adamsons of clan Macintosh?

Deb Adamson Mellow
Kincardine, ON Canada
Wednesday, May 15, 1996 at 12:29:20 (CDT)

Great page! I am sixth generation born in the USA, all in Washington, D.C. My Scottish descendant who came to the US was Thomas McIntosh. He was the son of Andrew (or Andrie) and Janet(?) McIntosh in Inverness, Scotland, some time in the late 1700's (he died in Washington, D.C. on May 16, 1845). He was the oldest of three children: Thomas, Andrew and Mary. Thomas' great-grandson, my great-grandfather, changed the spelling of the family last name to Mackintosh, sometime during his life (1893 to 1934). I would be very interested in finding more about my Scottish family tree, and others who descended from Andrew and Janet(?). If anyone can help me, I'd very much appreciate it. Thanks!

Earl M. Mackintosh, III (Rocky)
Frederick, MD USA
Clan Affiliation: McIntosh
Sunday, May 12, 1996 at 14:48:25 (CDT)

My ancestry goes back to to George McIntosh who died in 1839 in the parish of Tongue on the northern coast of Scotland. Knowledge of the tree stops there because one of the parish Ministers went mad and burned all the parish records! Most of the sons emigrated -- to Canada, USA, Australia, and New Zealand. A great page. I enjoyed reading the notes. Will pass on the URL to our family historian.

Bruce Andrew McIntosh
Clan Affiliation: McIntosh (Mackintosh)
Saturday, May 11, 1996 at 11:45:26 (CDT)

Born in Atlanta, GA.

Lawrence White McIntosh, Jr.
Austin, TX USA
Wednesday, May 08, 1996 at 10:32:47 (CDT)

Looking forward to visiting with more McIntoshes and hope that somebody will be able to help with the family tree.

Dennis Russell McIntosh
Midland, TX USA
Thursday, May 02, 1996 at 22:39:03 (CDT)

I really love this page....It's a way all of us can unite, due to our bloodlines. I am a student at the Faculty of Chemistry at the City of Chihuahua in the northern Mexican state of Chihuahua, and I would love to keep e-mail contact with any person that shares this Clan.

Luis Rivera Mackintosh
Chihuahua, Mexico
Thursday, May 02, 1996 at 19:49:47 (CDT)

My mother was born in Dundee, Scotland in 1911 and came to oz when she was 6 years old. She always had a dream to return but never did. She would have been very proud to see your home page - great stuff. See ya, jimmy

graeme&sandra Christie
melbourne, vvi Australia
Clan Affiliation: Mcintosh
Thursday, May 02, 1996 at 05:41:21 (CDT)

Great page! My father's name is John McIntosh. My late grandfather was Kenneth J. McIntosh of Uticai, NY. I was born and raised in Greece. My mother is Greek. We moved to the US 3 years ago.

David McIntosh
Phoenix, AZ USA
Clan Affiliation: McIntosh
Sunday, April 28, 1996 at 12:44:29 (CDT)

It is good to see the clan on the web. I am looking for a good Highland Games in Texas to go to. Would love to hear from somebody. I am a member of the Clan MacIntosh of North America Society and would like to hear from other Society member also. Thank You.

Hayes Glen
Bryan, TX USA
Clan Affiliation: MacIntosh
Saturday, April 27, 1996 at 23:53:37 (CDT)

Very nice, and about time! I'll add a link to the Clan Mackintosh Home Page on my page: Keep up the good work!

Chris Dauten
Independence, MO USA
Clan Affiliation: Noble
Saturday, April 27, 1996 at 23:45:19 (CDT)

Excellent site! I am of the sept Glennie. My spelling is a common derivation. I'm interested in all things Scottish - The clan must unite! Eirich as a Ghleanan! Touch not the cat bot a glove!

Michael Patrick Glenning
Santa Ana, CA USA
Clan Affiliation: Mackintosh
Wednesday, April 24, 1996 at 22:11:54 (CDT)

It's time to get the clan back together again! The internet is way this can happen! Glad to be here... Andrew McIntosh

Andrew McIntosh
Austin, TX USA
Tuesday, April 23, 1996 at 13:45:04 (CDT)

Marvelous to see such a site on the web! I'm keen to find any other McIntoshes closely related. I know back as follows:
me, Kenneth H. McIntosh, Frank H. McIntosh (of high end audio fame), Aaron McIntosh (Omaha, NE), Epenitus Washington McIntosh (Union Army vet, imprisoned in Andersonville during Civil War).
I'd love to get to Scotland someday, but right now increasing the number of available McIntoshes has a higher priority (expecting 2nd child this November :-) ).

Bruce H. McIntosh
Gainesville, FL USA
Clan Affiliation: Mackintosh
Tuesday, April 23, 1996 at 13:29:00 (CDT)

Great page Todd! My family is 2nd generation Canadian. My grandfather, James Alexander McIntosh was born Oct.12,1888 in Dufftown, Scotland and came to Canada in the early 1900's. My father Gordon Probert McIntosh was born in Montreal March 29, 1917. During WWII, my father served in England and North West Europe in the RCA 5 Medium Regiment Serial 507. During some of his leaves he visited the Highlands and Dufftown. I plan to visit Scotland next Spring. Thanks for your page.

Robert D. McIntosh
Vancouver, BC Canada
Clan Affiliation: Mackintosh
Sunday, April 21, 1996 at 01:08:15 (CDT)

I believe after the clan finally burned their last village and decided to come to the USA, they settled in or around Chicago Illinois. I think I heard my dad's dad saying something about his father beginning around Chicago. He said his father had four sons at least, and some went into Canada, and some went central USA (Iowa). My dad's name was Audrey Cleo McIntosh II. Well, glad to see this on internet - the saying up here in Minot is - Why not Minot? Freezin's the Reason! See you all maybe later! TUM

Leslie Allan McIntosh
Minot, ND USA
Clan Affiliation: McIntosh/Mackintosh
Saturday, April 20, 1996 at 14:27:42 (CDT)

Very interested in your web page for obvious reasons. I have had the pleasure of visiting Moy Lodge and meeting The Mackintosh.
I also attended the annual reunion of the Clan Chattan at the same time. Other than that I have no particular connection to the clan as we are seven generation Canadian. I can learn all about my ancestors on the web. Thanks for the opportunity. Ian

Ian Forbes McIntosh
Vancouver, BC CANADA
Clan Affiliation: Clan Chattan
Saturday, April 20, 1996 at 13:13:10 (CDT)

This is an interesting site, and it would be good to see this grow. As best as my knowledge is, the first within my own genealogy to settle in Canada was Duncan McIntosh in the 1850's in Almonte Ontario, which is near Ottawa. Our family, immediate, remains largely in Canada, and my Grandfather (b. 1901) who was born in Almonte died in 1995 -- Gordon Fraser McIntosh. All the best. R. Daniel McIntosh (dept. of Philosophy, York University) Our family has kept a fairly comprehensive family tree, which is not at my finger tips, but I would be happy to share any history which I can.

R. Daniel McIntosh
Toronto, Ont. Canada
Saturday, April 20, 1996 at 13:01:14 (CDT)

I've just added some graphics that might be general interest at I'm the son of Ray Cannon McIntosh, of Edward Sherman McIntosh, of George William McIntosh, of George Washington McIntosh, of Neil McIntosh, of Alexander McIntosh, who left Skye in 1772 for North Carolina.

Michael McIntosh
Cumming, GA USA
Clan Affiliation: McIntosh
Friday, April 19, 1996 at 17:36:20 (CDT)

This is great. Where did you find the great background on the first page

David McIntosh
Salt Lake City, UT USA
Friday, April 19, 1996 at 08:48:08 (CDT)

Nice work, Todd. I'd be interested in seeing more details of the clan history in it.

Harry McIntosh
Denver, CO USA
Clan Affiliation: Mackintosh
Friday, April 19, 1996 at 08:14:43 (CDT)

Glad to see the McIntosh Clan going Internet! I look forward to the development of information etc.

Professor Frank McIntosh
Aberdeen, Scotland
Thursday, April 18, 1996 at 02:52:32 (CDT)

Interested in finding out where the Thomson name came from. No one in my family knows the answer to that. I was born in Glasgow and moved to Oz 10 years ago.

William Thomson McIntosh
Melbourne, Vic Australia
Clan Affiliation: Clan Chattan
Wednesday, April 17, 1996 at 21:00:22 (CDT)

My McIntosh ancestor was Amelia McIntosh. She was born in Ireland in 1774 and died in IN in 1843. She married William Chamberlain. Their oldest children were born in PA late 1790s. I hope someday to trace her family back to Scotland. Thanks for the Clan information.

Beverly Dickinson
Indianapolis, IN USA
Clan Affiliation: McIntosh
Wednesday, April 17, 1996 at 20:51:03 (CDT)

Duncan McIntosh, his wife, and infant son came to America at the time of the revolution. Several generations lived near New Boston, N.C. The family moved to Dallas in the late 1800s, when two brothers, a Dentist and a Physician, set up practices there. Perhaps some day I will type the rest to my home page.

Austin, TX USA
Wednesday, April 17, 1996 at 16:21:18 (CDT)

Nice Page ! Thanks for letting me know !
Now if there is finally enough of us, maybe we can stomp on the English to avenge Culloden,he,he. I think I'm the last of my branch of side hill gougers (I was born and raised in Vancouver the only son, child, whatever and I haven't had any sons), my daughter has taken her husband's name, so it's nice to see other McIntosh's around.Good bye from the snowy shores of Lake Huron. I'll check back every so often! Bill.

William Douglas McIntosh
Port Elgin, On Canada
Clan Affiliation: Mackintosh
Wednesday, April 17, 1996 at 10:36:08 (CDT)

Nice Page Todd. My Great Aunt tells me that my family are direct descendant of John McIntosh (1777-1846) a new Canadian settler at Dundela in Dundas County, Ontario who discovered the "McIntosh Apple" in 1811. John McIntosh found a wild apple tree among the remnants of an abandoned farmhouse near his home. Apples were hard to come by and he transplanted the tree onto his own land. When the apples ripened, they were the best he had ever tasted, the neighbors agreed. However, the seeds of apples do not produce exactly the same variety of tree, so he could not produce any more apples than the one tree would bear. The art of grafting was applied to solve the problem and John's son Alan set up a business travelling around the area selling branches of the tree. In 1906, the original tree on John's farm stopped bearing fruit. Still today, every McIntosh tree in the world and every McIntosh apple eaten are descendants of that original tree. I just wanted to let all the McIntosh's out there know the history of the McIntosh apple.

Dave McIntosh
London, On Canada
Wednesday, April 17, 1996 at 09:10:26 (CDT)

Hi there, The only registered Mackintosh to be actually born in the Highlands of Scotland, not very far away from the clan homelands of Moy (near Inverness). Lived and was raised there with the family (there are 6 other mackintoshs of my generation still living near Inverness). Moved to Edinburgh in 1988 to start Uni and I'm still there, although I'm now a researcher in the Chemistry department, at Edinburgh Uni. Contact address in Edinburgh is Flat 3F2, 251 Dalkeith Road, Edinburgh EH16 5JS Scotland U.K. or at Chemistry Department, University of Edinburgh, West Mains Road, Edinburgh EH9 3JJ Scotland U.K.

James Gordon Mackintosh
Edinburgh, Scotland
Clan Affiliation: Mackintosh
Wednesday, April 17, 1996 at 03:48:10 (CDT)

Hello all you distant cousins out there. Come to Scotland and visit me, and see the country of your ancestors. It's very nice, especially when it isn't raining.

Steven McDonald McIntosh
Edinburgh, West Lothian SCOTLAND
Wednesday, April 17, 1996 at 03:04:47 (CDT)

The McIntosh connection is on my wife's side. She was the last of her McIntosh line, the youngest of an all-female McIntosh generation, so we decided to keep the name when we got married. Her father is Peter McIntosh, born and bred in Edinburgh, Scotland. I'll make sure he sees this page!

Simon McIntosh-Smith
Bristol, England
Clan Affiliation: McIntosh
Wednesday, April 17, 1996 at 02:46:21 (CDT)

Nice Page!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Michelle Lynn McIntosh

Long Beach, Ca USA
Clan Affiliation: I would like to know???????
Wednesday, April 17, 1996 at 00:22:21 (CDT)


Philip. B. McIntosh
Melbourne, V AUSTRALIA
Tuesday, April 16, 1996 at 22:46:52 (CDT)

Looking for help in finding when my line of McIntosh's first came to the US from Scotland. Have traced back to late 1700's in New York to William & Hannah Finger McIntosh. This Home Page is a great resource for all McIntosh's.

Earl Thomas McIntosh
Topeka, KS USA
Clan Affiliation: Clan Chattan
Tuesday, April 16, 1996 at 11:32:31 (CDT)

Hi Todd, thought I would say hello! Nice page. Is the gif of you?

Angela Haas
St.Louis, MO USA
Clan Affiliation: German
Tuesday, April 16, 1996 at 10:23:45 (CDT)

While my proximate ancestors came from County Caven, Ireland, I'm sure they got there from the marshes of Scotland. What a great page. I'll come back often to watch it grow.

Bruce Noble
Fredericton, NB Canada
Tuesday, April 09, 1996 at 22:31:15 (CDT)

Congratulations on your good Scotch site.

Carole Buerklin
Keokuk, IA USA
Tuesday, April 09, 1996 at 18:58:29 (CDT)


Stephen C. MacIntosh
Billerica, MA USA
Monday, April 08, 1996 at 21:06:33 (CDT)

I am interested in the McIntosh clan because of my son, Clinton William Wallace McIntosh of Jacksonville, Florida. His Father, Chester Alvin Cyril McIntosh, was born in the British West Indies; a small island called Bequia.

Eleanor McIntosh
Battle Creek, MI USA
Clan Affiliation: Ex-wife of Chester McIntosh
Monday, April 08, 1996 at 16:22:41 (CDT)

Your internet mom is very impressed!

Lynn Crum (Internet Mom)
San Diego, CA USA
Monday, April 08, 1996 at 12:15:40 (CDT)

Would like to hear from other McIntoshes doing family research

Bruce McIntosh
<220,440,10816 McLeod Trail>
Calgary, AB Canada
Clan Affiliation: Clan McIntosh
Sunday, April 07, 1996 at 20:19:48 (CDT)

Outstanding work!! Your dedication is to be admired!!

Thomas McMonigle
Paris, TX USA
Thursday, April 04, 1996 at 23:30:38 (CST)

Excellent work! I've got a copy of Lady Mackintosh's history, which has some good photographs. Are you interested in more graphics?

Michael McIntosh
Cumming, GA USA
Clan Affiliation: Clan Mackintosh
Tuesday, April 02, 1996 at 17:32:44 (CST)

Two thumbs up! Great graphics and loads of information! Who's the guy with the pipes?

Jim Hall
Plano, TX USA
Tuesday, April 02, 1996 at 10:06:30 (CST)

Please give me any comments or suggestions you have about the Clan McIntosh Home Page.

Todd B. McIntosh
Plano, TX USA
Clan Affiliation: Clan Mackintosh
Monday, April 01, 1996 at 00:47:18 (CST)