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1997 - 2nd Quarter

Just came back from a gathering of the clans in Northampton, MA, where I met Albert McIntosh of Stafford Springs, CT. who headed up the clan at this event. My family lives in Milngavie, near Glasgow, and summers in Elie in Fife. I would like to learn more about my clan back ground. Glad to find this website. Bob Ritchie.

Robert W. Ritchie
<rwr@javanet.com>
Amherst, MA USA
Clan Affiliation: McIntosh
Saturday, June 28, 1997 at 15:29:40 (CDT)


I have a James McIntosh who married a Ruby Hamilton, (according to my great grandfather's death certificate). It lists that they both came from Scotland, but no exact location. They had a son William, (my great grandfather),b Dec 1827-28? in Canada, according to the same death certificate. He married Sarah Gee, b Jan 13, 1858, in Canada. These death certificates only list Canada as place of birth. William & Sarah had a son named William Bell McIntosh, b Jan 31, 1883,in Indianapolis, In. This is my grandfather. We know nothing of him since he left my father's mother, Anna Alexander, in about 1920 or so, except that he might have run moonshine in the Detroit - Toronto area! If anyone sounds familiar, please note me. I am running into brick walls trying to find anything on my McIntosh's. Thanks in advance.

Lori McIntosh O'Connor
<loriocon@iamerica.net>
Shreveport, LA USA
Clan Affiliation: McIntosh
Saturday, June 28, 1997 at 14:39:12 (CDT)


AM PROUD TO SEE THIS SITE. THE NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN PART OF WILLIAM MCINTOSH MADE MY DAY, TWO YEARS AGO. I AM NOW A MEMBER OF THE SANTA ROSA COUNTY CREEK INDIAN TRIBE,INC. AND IT IS NICE TO BE ABLE TO CHANGE THE HISTORY BOOKS TO THE WAY IT REALLY WAS. MOST OF MY TRIBE GO BACK TO WEATHERFORD, MY BROTHER,MOTHER AND OUR CHILDREN STILL LET THEM KNOW THAT WE CARE WHAT HAPPENED MANY YEARS AGO.THANKS AGAIN.

DELORIS NADINE HEATH
<D NADINE@AOL.COM>
MILTON, FL USA
Clan Affiliation: McINTOSH
Saturday, June 28, 1997 at 08:18:09 (CDT)


Was surfing for Scottish festivals in Texas and found your page. I am a member of CMNA. Your Page looks great.

Hayes R. Glen
<cstopper@cy-net.net>
College Station , TX USA
Clan Affiliation: McIntosh
Thursday, June 26, 1997 at 15:38:16 (CDT)


It is very interesting to see the Raull last name on your page as a Mackintosh Septs. According to my grandfather the Raull family is from Barcelona (Catalunya, Spain). Do you have any suggestion of how to trace the genealogy of this name ? Thanks and nice job !

Jorge Raull
<jraull@worldnet.att.net>
Houston, TX USA
Wednesday, June 25, 1997 at 21:41:52 (CDT)


Just stopped by to say hello. I too am proud of my Scottish Heritage. Aonoebe re cheile UNITE.

Jan
<cristian@netonecom.net>
MI USA
Clan Affiliation: Clan: Cameron/Henderson
Wednesday, June 25, 1997 at 17:20:42 (CDT)


Just ran across your page. Was born and raised down in Wayne county. Been gone from there since 1975. By the way. Is the Buccaneer restaurant still open down there? Use to be a good place to go. Charlie

Charles Westberry
<kb4ecy@ebicom.net>
Columbus, Ms USA
Clan Affiliation: none
Tuesday, June 24, 1997 at 22:52:26 (CDT)


I found the name Sivewright in your web page. Is there any history I could get on this. Thank You Anthony Sivewright

Anthony W. Sivewright
<asivewright@aristotle.net>
Bryant, AR USA
Clan Affiliation: McIntosh
Tuesday, June 24, 1997 at 22:38:22 (CDT)


Its good to see so many people that are McIntosh. As of now I'm the only McIntosh in my county. I would like to know if there were any McIntosh's that played an important role in American History, if someone can please give me some info. Great Web Site. oh yeah What does the McIntosh name mean??

Perry Eugene McIntosh Jr.
<Bow2mre@aol.com>
Washburn, TN USA
Tuesday, June 24, 1997 at 14:07:21 (CDT)


Nice to be with the family.

John J. McIntosh
<applejack357@webtv.net>
Latham-Albany, NY USA
Monday, June 23, 1997 at 04:34:02 (CDT)


My father was born Henry Wallace McIntosh, in 1910, in OR; his father was John Andrew McIntosh, born in 1879 in Or; John's father was Henry Wallace McIntosh, born 33-16-1840 in Balbrigon, County Wexford, Ireland. Henry moved to Hawaii and did carving on the palace there for the queen; Henry's father was Henry Wallace McIntosh, born in Balbrigon, Co. Wexford, Ireland and married to Eleanor Magee, also born there. Originally they or their ancestors came from Dalkeith, Scotland, near Edinburgh. I'd like to know more, if this sounds familiar to anyone.

Dariel McIntosh Rowe
<rowe@silverlink.net>
Bremerton, WA USA
Saturday, June 21, 1997 at 13:35:39 (CDT)


Very informative site. Thanks

Blake McIntosh
<blakemc@xmission.com>
Bountiful, UT USA
Saturday, June 21, 1997 at 08:32:37 (CDT)


I have an Enos or Anos Mackintosh, married. to Elizabeth in VA they had 7 children in the Charles Parish, York co., VA gave the info. Wife Elizabeth died 8 years after Enos/Anos Sept 6, 1695 one of their granddaughters Sarah married. into my Mallicote/Mallicoat. She married a Thomas Mallicoat/Mallicote, I have Sarah born around 1740. Thomas is the g-grandson of my 8th great Grandfather John Mallicote/Malicoat/Medlicoat (name was Spelled Medlicoat in Shropshire England. It is believed that the Mallicoat/Medlicoat's org. from Scotland. In the Tyler Quarterly vol 21/22 pg 166 - 170 the story "Two Families of Warwick", it tells about the Mackintosh Clan and that E/Anos came after they had lost everything in Scotland. You may want to ready this if you have not found it yet. Sandy in Tucson would love to know if my Sarah and E/Anos is related

Sandy Lindloff
<nicely@flash.net>
Tucson, AZ USA
Clan Affiliation: not sure
Friday, June 20, 1997 at 23:47:47 (CDT)


I was wondering how one might come to join Clan MacKintosh.

Sage Elder
<sage.l.elder@boeing.net>
Wichita, Ks USA
Clan Affiliation: none
Thursday, June 19, 1997 at 22:08:07 (CDT)


Great to be Scottish, eh?

Robert McIntosh
<ruprekt@earthlink.net>
Portland, OR USA
Thursday, June 19, 1997 at 20:21:43 (CDT)


This is the first actual set of web pages that I have been able to find dealing with Clan MacIntosh. I love the information that you have presented and I made sure I bookmarked it. You provide a lot of information and I will probably using it to the utmost!

Raymond Curtis Zentz
<rczentz@kctera.net>
Independence, MO USA
Clan Affiliation: My grandmother is an Elder by birth.
Thursday, June 19, 1997 at 01:40:29 (CDT)


Some bits of info that have been gleaned from our family genealogist, the McIntosh clan has connections to Daniel Boone(one of his daughters married a McIntosh). Also, we had a descendant who par- ticipated in the Boston Tea Party. Our family came out of Iowa in 1957. My father has 5 brothers and 1 sister, George,Floyd,Russ,John, Wayne,and Belle. I don't know if this information is useful, but I hope it helps.

Rodney Garrett McIntosh
<rodney@dallas.net>
Mesquite, TX USA
Clan Affiliation: Son of Robert Melvin McIntosh
Tuesday, June 17, 1997 at 22:06:03 (CDT)


Researching Creek Indian history of McIntosh family. Rich and full, reading many books about Chief William's day and planning to write a book of the family line for 12 generations through my children today. McIntosh men were the leaders in politics throughout Creek history. They have been seen as men of vision and as traitors. Hope someday to have a movie made about the McIntosh line from Georgia Colony that will make people walk away shaking their heads, unable to say "Those were the good guys, those were the bad guys," but instead having a richer understanding of the conflict within the nation that destroyed the great Muskogee confederacy. I want to understand why the people made the choices they did and would appreciate contacts in Alabama and Georgia who could help me acquire copies of personal journals that exist but cannot be checked out of library archives.

Ruth McIntosh

Iowa City, Iowa USA
Clan Affiliation: McIntosh
Monday, June 16, 1997 at 14:02:16 (CDT)


Curious, McIntosh is 25%of my ancestry.

Adrian Douglas Murgo
<bamboo@nor.com.au>
Yamba, NSW Australia
Monday, June 16, 1997 at 10:06:39 (CDT)


I am the grand daughter of John William McIntosh of Indian Old Fields Kentucky. He was married to Bessie Clemons. They had 5 sons - Doyle, Charles, Walter Andrew, Ishmael and Virgil. Of these only Walter and Ishmael (nicknamed Sam) survived to be married. Walter married Mildred Smith and had 4 children - William Joseph, Walter Ronald, Patricia, and Ruth. Ishmael married Dorothy Denniston and I am one of the two children - Barbara Sue and Sammy Charles.

Barbara S. McIntosh Heimsness
<SweetS3641@AOL.com>
Huntsville, AL USA
Monday, June 16, 1997 at 00:21:42 (CDT)


Wonderful page - keep up the good work. I am researching descendents of John Mackintosh, b. Scotland 1699 - d. GA 1781, m. Margaret Fraser, b. 1705. Children: William, Lachlan, John, Phineas, Lewis, Janet, Anne, George. Would like to share info.

Jeanne Miller Bond
<fbond@earthlink.net>
Tampa, FL USA
Clan Affiliation: Still searching
Sunday, June 15, 1997 at 09:51:46 (CDT)


I am looking for the Lockhart connection to the McIntosh through Byrd Lockhart and Nancy McIntosh.

Diana Stokes
<diannad@kdi.com>
Austin, TX USA
Clan Affiliation: McIntosh
Saturday, June 14, 1997 at 14:41:17 (CDT)


I am interested in learning more of my heritage.

David W. Elder
<kdelder@GTE.com>
Plano, TX USA
Clan Affiliation: MacIntosh
Saturday, June 14, 1997 at 00:28:37 (CDT)


Nice to see we have a site!

Sean McIntosh
<sean@softoptions.com>
Calgary, AB Canada
Clan Affiliation: McIntosh
Friday, June 13, 1997 at 15:49:44 (CDT)


Very Informative Home page!

Clarence Eldon McIntosh, Jr.
<xxgt49a@prodigy.com>
Yuma, AZ USA
Thursday, June 12, 1997 at 03:30:41 (CDT)


GREAT

James Eugene McIntosh, Jr.
<Cmeneg @prodigy.com >
Covington, GA USA
Clan Affiliation: McIntosh
Wednesday, June 11, 1997 at 18:18:54 (CDT)


My lineage is from Tazewell Co., VA 1770. I have little knowledge beyond that. It is not a direct line. -Eddie

Edgar A. Howard
<ehowrd77@sprynet.com>
Costa Mesa, VA USA
Clan Affiliation: Tazewell Co., VA
Sunday, June 08, 1997 at 20:05:44 (CDT)


Wow, it's great to meet fellow McIntosh's. My husband George was born in Edinburgh, Scotland in 1956 and I inherited his name back in 1980 (before that I was a McFarlin) .

George and Alison McIntosh
<tosh@lineone.net>
London, UK
Sunday, June 08, 1997 at 15:12:02 (CDT)


Would like to fill in the gaps in these family lines.John McIntosh sailed from England in 1645 at about 12 years of age.His family settled in Pennsylvania.He married Rebeka Metcalf in 1659,and died in 1691.His son William b. 1666 married Experience Holbrook,died in 1724.William b. 1700,married Johanna Lyons,died ?.Jeremiah b.1723,married Mary Merrifield in 1750,died in 1771.Steven b. 1754,married Sarah ?,died ?.Phineas b. 1799,married Harriet Atkins in 1821,died in 1832.Edward H.R. b.1822,married Martha Meacham,died in 1901. EDWARD CLARENCE b. 1862,married Emma Kauffman in 1886,died 1896.ALICE IRENE b. 1887, married Stephen Grover Cleveland in 1910,died in 1960. Burton C. b. 1917,married Ella Margaret Bougher Dillon in 1947,died 1993.Richard Wallace b. 1948,married Kathleen Graham in 1966,have 4 sons,eight grandchildren.I believe Edward and Emma were married in Iowa, both died there. Any information you have on the McIntosh's or Kauffman's would be appreciated.

Kathy Cleveland
<rclevela@pacbell.net>
Auburn, Ca USA
Clan Affiliation: McIntosh
Saturday, June 07, 1997 at 15:42:32 (CDT)


I have been trying to trace my lineage and the farthest I got with information was Neil Watkins McIntosh born 1819 Camden AL. His father was Neil McIntosh, birthdate and location unknown. If anyone has any information it would be greatly appreciated.

Charlie Cauthen
<cauthenc@emh.yokota.af.mil>
USA
Clan Affiliation: McIntosh
Saturday, June 07, 1997 at 14:26:20 (CDT)


Kia Ora from downunder! Its great to see a web page bearing such a distinguished name. Would like to see some more fellow Kiwi-clansmen/women on the page. Keep up the good work!

Thomas and Rebecca Mackintosh
<steve@decor.pl.net>
Auckland, New Zealand
Clan Affiliation: Mackintosh
Saturday, June 07, 1997 at 03:51:01 (CDT)


An excellent site. I would like to correspond with anyone with the name of TOSH. My family came to Maryland from Ireland between 1785 and 1808. would like to find when they went to Ireland and from what part of Scotland.

Diane Tosh Minton
<Mindee527@aol.com>
Plymouth, NC USA
Clan Affiliation: Macintosh
Thursday, June 05, 1997 at 02:45:56 (CDT)


I am looking for the whereabouts of Pruit (sp??) McIntosh. He is a lost relative. Can anyone help? It is possible his roots are in Virginia.

Tamara Schmidt McIntosh
<sttosh@iw.net>
Onida, SD USA
Tuesday, June 03, 1997 at 15:15:49 (CDT)


My sister is very much into the clans of Scotland. I thought that she might like to find out more about the MacIntosh clan. She is also trying to find out more about our Sinclair forebears. You site has a lot of interesting information, keep it up

Sharon Sinclair for sister Stacia
<mohaigan@AOL.com>
Jacksonville, NC USA
Clan Affiliation: MacIntosh
Tuesday, June 03, 1997 at 12:10:03 (CDT)


Great page I am currently in the process of creating a CLAN PHAIL webpage. Thanks for the good ideas with yours and I hope you don't mind if I make a connection.

Mike C. McFall
<royalist@geocities.com>
MI USA
Clan Affiliation: Chattan/Phail
Monday, June 02, 1997 at 21:48:10 (CDT)


Great web.

Taylor Le Bon
<dtrotter@mail.bcpl.lib.md.us>
Baltimore, MD USA
Clan Affiliation: mackintosh
Sunday, June 01, 1997 at 20:05:08 (CDT)


Love this - hoping the Internet will be my connection to the past. My father - William McIntosh was born in Saskatchewan, but his father was from Glasgow also a William born March 16, 1883 m. Louisa McDougall Lyall b. June 16, 1886 in Paisley. His father William (do you see a pattern here?) was born about 1850 m. Jemima Sivewright in Aberdeen, his father was Thomas m Elizabeth Ross Dec. 20, 1835. Their other children were: James b. June 4 1838, Robert 1840, Thomas b. Oct. 14, 1843, all in Blairgowrie. I'm looking for descendents of these people, hopefully, with more information! Thanks!

Diane Louise (McIntosh) Williams
<williame@sympatico.nb.ca>
Lower Coverdale, N.B. Canada
Clan Affiliation: McIntosh of course!
Sunday, June 01, 1997 at 11:54:02 (CDT)


HEY! CLAN MCINTOSH. GOOD JOB KEEP IT UP! TODD, GREAT WORK. GREAT RESEARCH MATERIAL. THANKS! HOPE TO VISIT SOON (SCOTLAND). THANKS AGAIN!

CORI MCINTOSH

UNION FURNACE, OH. USA
Thursday, May 29, 1997 at 08:18:54 (CDT)


What a great site!. I guess I'm going to have to trace my family history now that you have piqued my interest. Any other McIntosh's in Texas drop me a line.

Craig Edward McIntosh
<Mac@rtilink.com>
Copperas Cove, TX USA
Clan Affiliation: McIntosh
Monday, May 26, 1997 at 18:54:45 (CDT)


I am Thomas Craig McIntosh (born: 1958), son of Calvin Woodrow McIntosh (born: 1926), who was the son of Julius Alexander McIntosh (1877-1953), who was the son of Jacob William McIntosh (1854-1907), who was the son of William Jr. (1821-1908/Civil War Vet. of 52 Reg't NC Infantry), who was the son of William Sr. (1784-post1830/War of 1812 Vet. of NC Militia), who was the son of Hector McIntosh (1750's-@1797). Hector McIntosh was born in Scotland and emigrated to North Carolina in 1772. Any information on Hector would be appreciated. By the way, GREAT SITE!

Thomas Craig McIntosh
<drthommc@sprintmail.com>
Greenville, NC USA
Clan Affiliation: McIntosh
Sunday, May 25, 1997 at 21:32:41 (CDT)


Looking for great grandfather in Scotland. Daniel Duncan Clark, Anne and James appear in Edgefield SC census in 1850. Suspect they came from Scotland. I come from near Cameron, NC which is very Scotch/Irish. The McIntoshes are mentioned on both sides of my family. Daniel Clark

Daniel Clyde Clark
<wb4arc@erols.com>
Laurel, MD USA
Clan Affiliation: unknown
Sunday, May 25, 1997 at 13:01:29 (CDT)


I am very interested in finding kinfolk that I might not know about. I'm looking for unknown family members that might have been lost throughout the many years. I very proud to be a McIntosh!

Aaron McIntosh
<In the process of moving.>
Wolverine, MI USA
Saturday, May 24, 1997 at 15:53:44 (CDT)


I am very proud to be part of the Home Clan of Inverness and of the Local Chapter of Maryland. In fact, I am taking a trip home in a few weeks, and look forward to breathing some good ol' fashioned Scottish air. Tonight I am attending a Ceilidh at the British Embassy this evening, which will include Bag Pipers, Highland Dancers and the like. Good luck with your Home Page. I am also in the process of putting one together myself. Aye, Alison MacIntosh Vannauker

Alison MacIntosh Vannauker
<allyson@nmaa.org>
Germantown, MD USA
Clan Affiliation: Member of Clan Chattan Inverness and North America
Saturday, May 24, 1997 at 09:12:09 (CDT)


Your page is really nice it gave me a lot of information. This summer my uncle is having a full out MacIntosh wedding everyone will have cults on and maybe me. My great Grandfather is Hugie MacIntosh from Florence, Cape Breton, my grandfather is Evertt (TOSH)MacIntosh from Florence,my dad is George MacIntosh from North Sydney. Well that's all if anybody thinks they are related to me send me some E-mail.

Chris MacIntosh
<amann@auracom.com>
Sydney, N.S. Canada
Clan Affiliation: MacIntosh
Friday, May 23, 1997 at 18:22:34 (CDT)


Was born in Robinson IL. My brother Jerry lives in NM and has researched the history of our clan.

Maurice F. McIntosh
<moms66@aol.com>
San Angelo, TX USA
Thursday, May 22, 1997 at 22:25:46 (CDT)


This is a very interesting site. My father was Norman MacIntosh who was a geologist in Alberta (petroleum) and was born in 1931 in Bras d' Or, Nova Scotia. His father was also Norman MacIntosh and his mother was Katherine. They has a large family of 12 children, some of whom still reside in the family home in Bras d' Or and cousins operate the family business Norman MacIntosh and Sons Ltd. My wife Pat and I are travelling to Scotland in mid June '97 and would appreciate info about places to see relevant to the Clan Mackintosh and/or Clan Chattan. Also, if anyone is aware of good literature regarding the same, please let me know. Thanks.

Ian MacIntosh
<macin@netidea.com>
Nelson, BC Canada
Clan Affiliation: MacIntosh
Monday, May 19, 1997 at 14:40:57 (CDT)


I am looking for information about Clark's links to Clan MacIntosh and hopefully an address to a local chapter.

Thomas Clark
<tc103416@spruce.hsu.edu or westbrok@hsnp.com>
Hot Springs, AR USA
Sunday, May 18, 1997 at 20:30:17 (CDT)


Todd: GREAT WORK!! YOU HAVE MADE IT POSSIBLE TO FIND OUT WHERE I CAME FROM. THANKS! I AM 16 AND GETTING VERY INTERESTED IN SCOTLAND. KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK.

Cori McIntosh

Union Furnace, OH USA
Friday, May 16, 1997 at 09:30:26 (CDT)


Hi everyone, I am looking for any info on William McIntosh, b in 1827-28, in Canada, d on April 11, 1901, in Indianapolis, In. He was the son of James McIntosh and Ruby Hamilton from Scotland. He married Sarah, the daughter of John Gee and Lucy Bowen from Canada. Sarah died on Aug 27, 1923, in Indianapolis, In. William was about 30 years older than Sarah, from the info on their death certificates. He could have been married before and could have had other children. I don't know where in Canada they were from because this info came from their death certificates and all it said was Canada. If anyone knows how I can get more info, or if anyone has anything, I look forward to hearing from you. Thanks in advance. Lori McIntosh O'Connor loriocon@iamerica.net

Lori McIntosh O'Connor
<loriocon@iamerica.net>
Shreveport, LA USA
Clan Affiliation: McIntosh
Friday, May 16, 1997 at 09:08:49 (CDT)


My father is tracing our roots. He has gone back to Robert Elder, born about 1679 in Edinburgh, Scotland. I was curious about our Clan Affiliation. So thanks for the information on your site.

M. Raye Elder
<mretwo@KKTV.COM>
Colorado Springs, CO USA
Clan Affiliation: MacKintosh
Friday, May 16, 1997 at 00:16:14 (CDT)


Very interesting.

Thomas P. D'Aprile
<daprile@doim6.monmouth.army.mil>
Toms River, NJ USA
Clan Affiliation: MacIntosh (Elder)
Tuesday, May 13, 1997 at 12:50:47 (CDT)


Thanks for the interesting home page. BTW, my brother is getting married soon and would love to be married in a MacIntosh kilt. Does anyone know where he might buy one/have one made on the East Coast? Many thanks and goodwill to all!

B.A. Carmichael Elder
<Invincsum@aol.com>
Newtown, Pa USA
Clan Affiliation: MacIntosh, MacKinnon, Carmichael
Monday, May 12, 1997 at 22:05:02 (CDT)


I am pleased to see that the good name of Mackintosh is in cyberspace.

Katherine MacIntosh Fox
<kfox@dtic.mil>
Arlington, VA USA
Clan Affiliation: Mackintosh
Monday, May 12, 1997 at 14:26:53 (CDT)


I love your web site! It is good to see fellow countrymen, and even better to see a good historical account.....Keep it up...George Cameron...Aonoebe re cheile....UNITE!

George Cameron
<dody@cosmoaccess.net>
Lake Elsinore, Ca USA
Clan Affiliation: Cameron
Saturday, May 10, 1997 at 01:04:08 (CDT)


Curious about my maternal grandmother's surname, I decided to do a McIntosh search. So, I guess we're cousins. This is quite a nice site. Cheers! John Hardin

John Hardin
<104350.3227>
Richmond , IN USA
Tuesday, May 06, 1997 at 14:28:29 (CDT)


In surfing the net we came across your page. We had been looking for the Maxwell Clan and the McIntosh clans. Both clans are in my family tree. My family has been in the coast of Georgia history since King George. We have the original grants from King George. Currently our home is located on the McIntosh Plantation home site on the Sapelo River. I have been working on family history as I failed to write things down that were told to me by my grandmother and want to find what I can before it is lost. Any information is greatly appreciated. By the way the Scottish Games will be in Savannah Georgia on May 10 and 11 Ft Jackson hope to see you there.

Elizabeth A. Chakmak
<wchakmak@darientel.net>
Townsend, GA USA
Monday, May 05, 1997 at 17:48:37 (CDT)


Halloo, hallay, Todd! Good for you for building this web site for the good of Clan McIntosh! I have you included in my bookmarks, and will return someday when I'm better prepared with genealogical information. If it's of any interest to anyone else, I'm a fiction writer, and though I'm presently writing a historically based novel on one of my other family lines (Welsh), I've been considering another "McIntosh Chronicle" for our historical forebears. If any historically savvy folk know of a particular time in history when the McIntosh's were particularly active and/or showed actions which distinguished them as a clan, I would appreciate the info, and would consider working with them as co-writer(s). Contact me: KidComet@aol.com (The Kid Comet part comes from my first novel, a science fiction story. I am 40 years old/young this month, so I'm not a kid either! Keep up the great work on this great clan!

Lawrence W. (Larry) Price
<KidComet@aol.com>
Kaysville, UT USA
Clan Affiliation: Ardie Theo McIntosh was my maternal grandmother. I'm last of our line in this sept.
Sunday, May 04, 1997 at 01:04:47 (CDT)


I'm 20 years old and from Canada and recently found out that I was from the Clan McIntosh. My link to the clan is through my father who came to Canada from Scotland. I hope to find out more about my heritage and about the clan. E-mail me if you'd like to talk.

Margaret Glen
<magji@hotmail.com>
Wahnapitae, Ontario Canada
Clan Affiliation: Father
Saturday, May 03, 1997 at 20:02:33 (CDT)


My Grandmother was a Dallas and I recently learned that I was lucky enough to be associated with the Great McIntosh clan, I am In a historical recreation group and wanted to get a Great Kilt to wear. I was told that There was no true clan McIntosh..thank goodness that's true, but I need to know what our Tartan is, so I can get it, are the Dallas' more associated with clan Chattan or McIntosh as far as the Tartan is concerned?...thanks!

Eric R. Reeder
<corvus@ime.net>
Portland, ME USA
Clan Affiliation: Dallas
Saturday, May 03, 1997 at 17:50:32 (CDT)


I am a twelve year old and am glad at finding information about my wonderful clan. Keep up the good work with the page!

David McIntosh

The Woodlands, TX USA
Thursday, May 01, 1997 at 16:37:56 (CDT)


I would like to know about the Tosh family history. Your page is very well put together.

L. Lee Tosh
<sltosh@ecsu.campus.mci.net>
Powell's Point, NC USA
Clan Affiliation: Unknown
Wednesday, April 30, 1997 at 21:52:08 (CDT)


This is a very well put together home page. I cannot wait until it is complete. It is very nice to see our clan making the most of the information superhighway.

John David Noble
<None yet>
Brockport, NY USA
Clan Affiliation: MacKintosh
Tuesday, April 29, 1997 at 14:03:06 (CDT)


Martha Matilda Mackintosh was the daughter of Alexander MackIintosh, she was my fathers grandmother who was William George Brown from Dunedin New Zealand. Alexander George MackIntosh was a sergeant in the 93rd Highlanders and was in the Battle of Inkerman and at the Relief of Lucknow under General Colin Campbell. I am Arthur Brown a hunter of deer and fisher of trout and generally roam the Lochs & Glens of New Zealand. (Born 7th January 1919)

Arthur Brown
<a.duirs.clear.net.nz>
Papakura, New Zealand
Clan Affiliation: Martha Matilda Mackintosh
Tuesday, April 29, 1997 at 03:01:19 (CDT)


Really great site! Do you want me to send you my descent from John McIntosh through his daughter Nancy who married Bird Lockhart? Toni

Toni B. Rodgers
<TRodgers2@aol.com>
North Little Rock, AR USA
Monday, April 28, 1997 at 22:58:06 (CDT)


Anyone related to McIntosh family in New Brunswick, Canada? If you are please E-Mail me.

Janice (McIntosh) O'Brien
<biko@nbnet.nb.ca>
Perth-Andover, NB Canada
Clan Affiliation: Leslie McIntosh (father)
Monday, April 28, 1997 at 17:59:19 (CDT)


I am an eleven year old McIntosh just beginning to learn about my family. I like this site.

Stefanie D. McIntosh

Morganton, NC USA
Sun Apr 27 14:09:33 CDT 1997


My mother was a Clark whose grandfather came from Grantown-on-Spey, Invernesshire, with his father, Alexander, coming from Morayshire and his mother, Anne McIntosh from Banffshire. I am very pleased to know that I can now claim a clan as my own, the McIntosh, as the Clark's may be septs from a couple of clans and the White's could have come from (shudder) England, or (shudder) Ireland. But a McIntosh is a McIntosh right? I am delighted. Now I can belong to a clan named for an apple which is better than I am now, named for a color on a can of paint. Perhaps if I just changed my name to Robert James, leaving off the White or just change the spelling of it to Whyte?

Robert James White
<RobWhyte@aol.com>
Champaign, IL USA
Clan Affiliation: none
Sun Apr 27 00:49:49 CDT 1997


Laurel Ann McIntosh is my mother. Her mother is Janet Hope McIntosh and her father is Brian Harrington McIntosh born in Victoria, BC, Canada in 1929, son of James Harrington McIntosh who was born in Victoria BC Canada in 1900 died in Hirari, Zimbabwe in 1975. His father was James Andrew McIntosh, born in Truro, Nova Scotia, Canada. Brian has a brother, Murray Rodrick Harrington McIntosh who resides in Hirari Zimbabwe and is a dairy farmer there. His sons (my second cousins) are Ian Harrington McIntosh who just moved back to Hirari, Zimbabwe from Germany and Ross Harrington McIntosh who is persuing his masters degree at Louisiana State University. My uncle (Mom's brother) Murray Harrington McIntosh resides in Redondo Beach, California and her other brother Mark Harrington McIntosh resides in San Antonio, Texas. His son (my cousin), David McIntosh is in the US Airforce and resides in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Vanessa McIntosh

Green Bay, WI USA
Clan Affiliation: McIntosh
Sat Apr 26 15:10:44 CDT 1997


I think this site is wonderful!!! I have been looking for some family information and I think I've come the right spot! I wanted to get some information for my own web page and was really looking for the family crest. I think that the tartans of Scotland are beautiful and should never be forgotten. I have also developed an interest in learning the language of our forefathers, Gaelic. I had the pleasure of meeting an individual from Scotland recently and learned that the word "Mac" means "son of" in Scottish. So, my interpretation is that McIntosh means "son of Intosh". Is this correct?? I welcome any mail from fellow clansmen to help me in my pursuit of family heritage. Also, if anyone knows of a program or language course that teaches the Gaelic language, I'd be interested in that too!! Keep up the good work on this site and I'll be marking it as a favorite!!

Warren Dale McIntosh
<wdmcinto@paranet.com>
Tulsa, OK USA
Clan Affiliation: McIntosh (I believe, still researching)
Sat Apr 26 11:33:18 CDT 1997


Wonderful! Have searched long and hard for this Web Page. Any info on the Easson's and our family history would be of great help.

William Easson
<nmcelt@aol.com>
Rio Rancho, NM USA
Clan Affiliation: Chattan
Sat Apr 26 00:57:19 CDT 1997


Very nice site. A credit to the clan!

William H McBeath
<WmHMcBeath@aol.com>
Rockville, MD USA
Clan Affiliation: Macbeth & Nicholson
Thursday, April 24, 1997 at 01:02:24 (CDT)


I have no comments.

Todd McIntosh
<tmcintos@erols.com>
Bethesda, MD USA
Clan Affiliation: McIntosh
Monday, April 21, 1997 at 17:22:24 (CDT)


I have been a member of Clan Chattan and by marriage, a member of Clan MacKenzie. When our sons were young, we were very active in local Scottish games. We also have three Macintosh computers at home. ;-)

Jeanette (Elder) Benson
<MacMentor@Mac.lover.org >
Chino Hills, CA USA
Clan Affiliation: MacKintosh
Saturday, April 19, 1997 at 20:18:42 (CDT)


Hello kinsfolk! and well done Todd!

Malcolm Andrew McIntosh
<State Library of Victoria>
Melbourne, Vic Australia
Clan Affiliation: Mackintosh
Thu Apr 17 21:53:07 CDT 1997


Well, this is an absolutely wonderful page!! I'm JUST now beginning to read about Scottish Gaelic history. Even taking some lessons in the language. Hopefully I can do a genealogy, but I have no idea where to begin. I'll visit here more often. Fantastic!

Matt McIntosh
<none yet>
Bay City, TX USA
Thu Apr 17 14:02:40 CDT 1997


Any Hossacks out there, drop me an email. My family emigrated from Scotland to Canada in the late 1800's. I play Highland snare drum in the Mesa Caledonian Pipeband here in Arizona. I was just married in my MacKintosh Kilt on April 5th, 1997. I'd like to know where the rest of my family is and what they're doing.

David Hossack
<seamouse@worldnet.att.net>
Chandler, AZ USA
Thu Apr 17 00:07:01 CDT 1997


I'M JUST STARTING SEARCHING FOR MY FAMILY TREE, ANY HELP WOULD BE GREATLY APPRECIATED. I KNOW MY GRANDFATHER WILLIAM MACKINTOSH WAS BORN IN PITTSBURGH, PA. AROUND 1894. IF ANY ONE HAS ANY INFO THEY CAN WRITE TO ME @ 319 DEMOREST AVE. AVENEL, NJ, 07001. GREAT PAGE THANKS

MARK MACKINTOSH
<NONE YET>
AVENEL, NJ USA
Clan Affiliation: MACKINTOSH?
Tuesday, April 15, 1997 at 18:02:32 (CDT)


I was born in Glasgow, Scotland and I'm proud of my heritage. I am glad to see others just as proud.

Jennifer L. McIntosh

Sussex, NB Canada
Monday, April 14, 1997 at 16:48:22 (CDT)


My grandfather came from Scotland. One of my hopes is to travel there to see my origins.

Patrick J. McCombie
<pmccombie@herc.com>
Wilmington, DE USA
Clan Affiliation: Mackintosh
Sunday, April 13, 1997 at 16:26:41 (CDT)


Shortly after I signed in last December, I left the net and just returned so I'm checking back in. I'll be here for at least a month. Reading these entries makes me realize how ubiquitous we McIntoshes are. Todd, did you realize when you began that you were opening the door to a quintessential McGee's closet? Thanks for keeping it open. Now for an update on the Illinois St. Andrews Highland Games. Oakbrook Polo Grounds in Oakbrook, Illinois, this year's site, is just west of Chicago. Saturday, June 21: band, dance, & athletic competitions all day; clan tents; Celtic crafts; children's games; Scottish food & libations; massing of the bands; ceiligh; etc. It's always great.

Judy Erickson
<cntrofuniv>
Oak Park, IL USA
Clan Affiliation: McIntosh
Sunday, April 13, 1997 at 12:56:30 (CDT)


It's nice to see so many people with the same last name. Most of my family lives in Des Moines, Iowa. We have a large reunion every June in Bonderant, IA.

Monty Shea McIntosh

Paso Robles, Ca USA
Friday, April 11, 1997 at 13:07:03 (CDT)


Your site is great! My grandfather was Alfonso Galindo Mackintosh. He grew up in Chihuahua, Mexico and moved to San Francisco and then to Mexico City during the revolution. I would like to trace his genealogy. If anyone has information on Mackintosh in Mexico I would appreciate it. Thanks in advance Carlos Galindo-Leal

Carlos Galindo-Leal
<galindo@leland.stanford.edu>
Stanford, CA USA
Friday, April 11, 1997 at 10:28:00 (CDT)


Looking up info. for a class on Celtic/Gaelic Traditions. Your web site is beautiful and full of information. Thank you. Although my father was an Italian from Tuscany, Italy, he married my mother Margaret Jean Moss. Her parents were from England. I have not taken the time to look into the genealogy of either but with all the information available on the net I think I will do so now. Again, Thank you. Bonnie Jean

Bonnie Jean Barsanti
<polaris@soonet.ca>
Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. Canada
Thursday, April 10, 1997 at 12:48:18 (CDT)


I'd appreciate a clarification of the different tartans available. I want a kilt made, but am unclear about whether it should be traditional, hunting, or modern. Any suggestions? (And I happen to know that Mary Babbitt's mother is a Glennie, too)

Jane Glennie Babbitt
<jbabbitt@globalethics.org>
Camden, ME USA
Thursday, April 10, 1997 at 06:41:23 (CDT)


Any other Glennie's out there? Like to talk to any other clan members in the Denver, CO area, or any around the age of 19.

Mary Babbitt
<MaryLBdog@aol.com>
Denver, CO USA
Clan Affiliation: my grandfather was a Glennie
Thursday, April 10, 1997 at 04:45:07 (CDT)


It has come to my attention that the name McQuilkan could have been Mckillican at one time . Could someone give some history of the Mckillican's and there relation to the McIntosh's other than what Black's says

Ray McQuilkan
<macqu@usit.net>
Knoxville, TN. USA
Clan Affiliation: Clan Donald
Wednesday, April 09, 1997 at 23:26:57 (CDT)


Hi. I am really happy to see this. I am 17 and feel a need to try and find out who I am, and where I came from. What I know of my family is this. My family came over and settled in the New York area before the revolution. They were Loyalists. They later settled in Glengary country Ontario. My grandfather, Donald Hugh McIntosh moved west as a harvester in the late 40's, early 50's. I still have family down East, but I haven't been in too much contact. I was wondering if anyone knows of my family. They are in Apple Hill, Ontario. Thanks.

Andrew James McIntosh
<andrewmcintosh@hotmail.com>
Edmonton, AB CANADA
Clan Affiliation: McIntosh
Wednesday, April 09, 1997 at 20:40:19 (CDT)


Hey, Todd! I'm sorry I haven't contacted you earlier, but I have been sick off and on ever since Christmas. I am still planning on coming up soon to see my McIntosh grandnephews!

Love to Lauri, Brian and Daniel, from Aunt Katy.

Kathleen C. Vaughan
<kivaugha@mail.smu.edu>
Dallas, TX USA
Tuesday, April 08, 1997 at 15:01:09 (CDT)


My father's name was Robert George McIntosh. He was born in Watertown NY In 1911 or 1910. He was raised by a Mr. Smith In Watertown. I am looking for any information about my father's mother and father.

Albert J. McIntosh
<chgrt440@aol.com>
Sparks, NV USA
Sunday, April 06, 1997 at 20:29:53 (CDT)


I am looking for info on my grandfather, William Bell McIntosh. He was born 1-31-1883, and married Anna Lee Alexander on 6-24-1903. He had 5 sons in Indianapolis, In. He left the family in approximately 1919. The last info I have was that he was in Detroit or Toronto. I don't know if he remarried or where he died. His parents names were William McIntosh, b approximately 1855, d 4-14-1901, and Sarah Jane Richardson, who died 8-29-1923 in Indianapolis. If you have any info on William Bell McIntosh or his parents, please send me a note. I have nothing past this. Thanks.

Lori McIntosh O'Connor
<loriocon@iamerica.net>
Shreveport, LA USA
Clan Affiliation: McIntosh
Sunday, April 06, 1997 at 13:57:16 (CDT)


A few of the Richie family members are browsing the Web to check out the information on our families, the MacNabbs and Richies, originally from Scotland. We have enjoyed thoroughly your beautifully well-done homepage.

Janis Richie Dearman
<jimdearman@aol.com>
Olive Branch, MS USA
Saturday, April 05, 1997 at 20:32:29 (CST)


I am doing genealogy on the McIntosh family tree. At present I do not know where in Scotland my great-great-grandfather came from, but believe it was Kinlock Rannoch, near Perth. A Donald McIntosh arrived in Nova Scotia about 1826, married and raised a family. The following are direct line descendants to me from him - John Petterson McIntosh, Alexander G. McIntosh, Isabell MacKenzie McIntosh and then me. If anyone can assist me please feel free to do so. Many thanks.. Lindsay FRASER

Lindsay FRASER
<clf@thezone.net>
Gander, NF. Canada
Clan Affiliation: My mother was a McIntosh
Thursday, April 03, 1997 at 22:25:48 (CST)