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Thomas MCINTOSH

Thomas MCINTOSH

Male [BEFORE 1763] - Bef 1820

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  • Name Thomas MCINTOSH 
    Born [BEFORE 1763] 
    Gender Male 
    Occupation Shoemaker 
    Residence 20 May 1784  Passamaquoddy, St Andrews, Charlotte, NB Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • http://members.shaw.ca/caren.secord/locations/NewBrunswick/Lists/74thRegimentSorted.html
      From Library and Archives Canada, Ward Chipman Papers, Muster Master General's Office - Loyalists Musters, 1776-1785
      (M.G. 23, D 1, Series I, Volume 24, pages 162-164) Microfilm C-9818
      The list below has been sorted in alphabetical order by surname, in order to isolate possible family groups.
      Roll of the Disbanded Men, Women and Children of the 74th Regt present at St Andrews, Passamaquoddy Bay Nova Scotia, May 20th 1784
      Men: Thomas McIntosh
    Residence 25 Sep 1789  Charlotte, NB Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Volume F Page 128
      [131/543]
      No 87
      25 June 1789
      Thomas Stowon gentleman Charlotte, NB
      Thomas McIntosh Charlotte, NB
      5 pounds
      Town Lot 7 Block S Parr's Division St Andrews
      Thomas Stowon?
      Wit: Marsh Lumson
    Died Bef 1820 
    Person ID I10306  4 February 2018
    Last Modified 28 Aug 2016 

    Family 1 Mary BOWLING 
    Children 
     1. John MCINTOSH
     2. Catherine MCINTOSH
     3. Ann MCINTOSH
    Family ID F3843  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 2 Ann MOORE 
    Married 14 Oct 1797  All Saints Anglican, St Andrews, Charlotte, NB Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Marriages
      14 Oct 1797 McIntosh Thomas More Ann Moore 28
    Family ID F3785  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • Petitions: Nil
      Johnson's Vitals: Nil
      Early NB Probate: Nil
      Registry Books St John: Nil
      Artificers: Nil
    • Volume F Page 127
      [130/543]
      No 86
      21 April 1788
      Isaac Fardon Charlotte, NB
      Thomas McIntosh Charlotte, NB
      2 pounds Halifax currency
      Town Lot 5 Block S
      1/2 acre
      Isaac Fardon
      Wit: Don McLachlan, John Hanson

      Volume F Page 128
      [131/543]
      No 87
      25 June 1789
      Thomas Stowon gentleman Charlotte, NB
      Thomas McIntosh Charlotte, NB
      5 pounds
      Town Lot 7 Block S Parr's Division St Andrews
      Thomas Stowon?
      Wit: Marsh Lumson

      Volume F Page 159
      [162/543]
      No 104
      John McIntosh yeoman City of Saint John
      James Boyds yeoman St Andrews
      10 pounds
      St Andrews Town Lot 5, 6, 7 Block S Parr's Division
      The lot number 5 was sold and conveyed by Isaac Fardon to Thomas McIntosh.
      The lot number 6 was sold and conveyed by Alexander Miller to the said Thomas McIntosh.
      The lot number 7 was sold and conveyed by Thomas Storion tothe said Thomas McIntosh.
      The said John McIntosh inherited as heir at law of the Thomas McIntosh.
      12 May 1820
      John McIntosh
      Mary McIntosh
      Wit: Munson Harvis, G G L Marricott
    • Esther Clark Wright
      John McIntosh Massachusetts Commissary General's Department St Andrews
      Thomas McIntosh carpenter? 74th

      Downeast Ancestry
      December 1983
      Volume 7 Number 4
      Penobscot Loyalists: A Bicentennial Tribute
      Robert C. Brooks
      p 129
      A 74th Musterbook through October 1782 PANB MG 23 F 89 v1 f6
      The following named deserted between 1 July 1779 and 24 October 1782.
      Private Hugh McIntosh 21 April 1781
      Penobscot Journal 1782: Nil
      Penobscot Certified Loyal 1783: Nil
    • All Saints Anglican
      Baptisms -1816
      09 Nov 1790 Mackintosh John s of Mr Macintosh shoemaker MacIntosh 5
      09 Nov 1790 Mackintosh Catherine d of Mr Mackintosh shoemaker MacIntosh 5
      09 Nov 1790 Mackintosh Ann d of Mr Mackintosh shoemaker MacIntosh 5
      24 Jul 1803 McIntosh Rachel d of Mr McIntosh 16
      15 Mar 1804 McIntosh child c of Daniel McIntosh 17
      20 Aug 1815 McIntosh Duncan s of Mr McIntosh 33
      Burials
      03 Apr 1814 McIntosh Mrs. w. of Capt. John McIntosh 43
      03/02/1817 MacIntosh Capt John St Andrews 72 SA
      Marriages
      14 Oct 1797 McIntosh Thomas More Ann Moore 28
      20/07/1819 Cornelius Thompson St Andrews Ann McIntosh St Andrews Hugh MacKay John Campbell JA
      17/09/1827 Donald Morrison St Andrews Catherine MacIntosh St Andrews J.McLaughlen Henry Kimmes SkT
    • http://members.shaw.ca/caren.secord/locations/NewBrunswick/Lists/74thRegiment_background.html
      Thomas McIntosh is probably the man of the same name who was listed in a document from the Charlotte County Council Records of April, 1791: "Also Sixthly ? Thomas McIntosh, now or late of the said County, Shoemaker, at St Andrews in the said County has lived and still lives in the habits of Lewdness and Adultery with one Mary Bowling, since her being kept by him has been delivered one Bastard Child." See the background information on that document for more on Thomas McIntosh. All Saints Anglican records list a marriage for a Thomas McIntosh to Ann More. The date is Oct. 14 but the year isn't clear. It was before 1799, and was most likely 1797.

      http://members.shaw.ca/caren.secord/locations/NewBrunswick/CourtRecords/Council1791.html

      http://members.shaw.ca/caren.secord/locations/NewBrunswick/CourtRecords/Council1791background.html
      The charge against the last couple was "lewdness and adultery", rather than "lewdness and fornication", which applied to all the rest. This suggests that perhaps either Thomas McIntosh or Mary Bowling was married to someone else at this time. Thomas McIntosh, "Shoemaker, at St. Andrews", is another name that appears on the list of men of the 74th Regiment. There were no other men by that name on the list, and also no women or children. On the list of Penobscot Loyalists, as above, there was a John Bowler among the men, a Mary Bowler among the women, Henry and Thomas among the children over ten, and John and Mary among the children under ten. As this is taken from a transcription of the original list, it seems possible that the last name was actually Bowlen rather than Bowler, in which case this Mary, wife of John, might have been the Mary Bowling from this document. The 74th Regiment was stationed in the area of Castine, Maine, which is where the Penobscot Loyalists stayed before moving to what is now New Brunswick. All Saints Anglican records list a marriage for Thomas McIntosh to Ann More. The date is Oct. 14 but the year isn't clear. It was before 1799, and was most likely 1797.
    • http://carensecord.ca/locations/NewBrunswick/CourtRecords/Council1791.html
      (From PANB records RS148A1/1 - Charlotte County Council Records (Minute Book 1785-1815, page 53))
      53 April 1791 General Sessions
      Sundry Bills and presentments found by the Grand Jury
      ...
      Also Sixthly Thomas McIntosh, now or late of the said County, Shoemaker, at St Andrews in the said County has lived and still lives in the habits of Lewdness and Adultery with one Mary Bowling, since her being kept by him has been delivered one Bastard Child....

      Evidence in behalf of the King