Col Daniel Newnan McIntosh, Sr.

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Col Daniel Newnan McIntosh, Sr.

Also Known As: "D. N. McIntosh"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Indian Springs, Catoosa County, Georgia, United States
Death: April 10, 1896 (73)
Fame, McIntosh County, Oklahoma, United States
Place of Burial: McIntosh County, Oklahoma, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of William "Tustunnuggee Hutkee" McIntosh, Creek Warrior Chief and Susannah "Su-gi" McIntosh
Husband of Elizabeth Jane McIntosh
Father of Rowley Cub McIntosh; Daniel Newnon McIntosh, Jr.; Freeland Buckner McIntosh and Albert Gallatin McIntosh
Brother of Rebecca McIntosh Hawkins / Hagerty; Delilah Drew and Catherine “Hettie” Willison
Half brother of Roley McIntosh; Jane Ahkohkee Hawkins / Carr / Mitchell, Creek; Col. William Chillicothe "Chilly" McIntosh, CSA; Catherine Kate Cousins, Creek Muscogee; Louis McIntosh and 4 others

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About Col Daniel Newnan McIntosh, Sr.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/D._N._McIntosh

Daniel Newnan McIntosh (1822 - 1896), often identified as D. N. McIntosh, was a Creek rancher, soldier and politician, the youngest son of Creek Chief William McIntosh (1790-1825). He was a member of one of the most influential Lower Creek families of the 19th century; after they migrated west in 1828, they continued as leaders of what was then called the Western Creek Nation.

During the American Civil War, D.N. McIntosh organized a regiment and joined the Confederate States Army as a colonel. He was notable for recruiting and organizing the 1st Creek Mounted Volunteers and for leading them in several battles in Indian Territory. After the war, he continued as a farmer and rancher.

At the outbreak of the War Between the States (Civil War), Daniel N. McIntosh organized and served as a Colonel of the 1st Creek Mounted Volunteers (later known as the First Creek Cavalry Regiment, C.S.A.). Daniel's elder brother, Chilly McIntosh, organized and served as a Colonel of the 2nd Creek Mounted Volunteers (later known as the Second Creek Cavalry Regiment, C.S.A.) which was under the administrative command of Daniel N. McIntosh. D.N. McIntosh was organizing the 3rd Creek Cavalry Regiment, C.S.A., which would have entitled him to the rank of Brigadier General in the Confederate Army. But the war ended before he received that rank. Eight members of the McIntosh family served in Colonel McIntosh's regiment.

His regiment fought in the following battles: Round Mountain, Chusto-Talasah (Shoal Creek), Chustenahlah, Pea Ridge, Old Fort Wayne, Honey Springs and Cabin Creek. Colonel McIntosh's Regiment was one of General Stand Watie's units having the distinction of being one of the last Confederate military units to surrender to Union military forces on 23 June 1865 near Doaksville, Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory.

http://www.okhistory.org/publications/enc/entry.php?entry=MC030 Son of Susannah Coe and William McIntosh (1778-1825) Principal Chief of the Lower Creeks. As a Colonel in 1861 McIntosh organized and took command of the 1st Regiment of Creek Mounted Volunteers. It became part of the 1st Indian Calvalry Brigade under Brig. Gen, Stand Watie. He led his men in engagements such as Round Mountain, Pea Ridge, Fort Wayne, First Cabin Creek and Honey Springs. Daniel Married Jane Ward and had six children. Elizabeth Jennie Ward is the daughter of Charles Jackson Ward and Ruth Hollingsworth. Charles and family came to Indian Territory in 1834 with Lt. Harris party. Later returning to Georgia and N. Carolina. Children of D. N. and Jane are Albert Gallatin, Freeland Buckner, Lucy A, Roley (Cub), Daniel N. Jr. and Sarah Susanna. Jane died in the 1860s. Daniel Newnon was a member of the Creek Nations House of Warriors and on the Supreme Court. After the war represented the Creek Nation as a delegate to Washington D.C. He became a successful farmer, stockman and landholder.* Reference: Find A Grave Memorial - SmartCopy: Nov 28 2018, 7:07:52 UTC


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Col Daniel Newnan McIntosh, Sr.'s Timeline

1822
September 20, 1822
Indian Springs, Catoosa County, Georgia, United States
1848
January 27, 1848
1852
January 15, 1852
1858
August 28, 1858
1862
October 15, 1862
1896
April 10, 1896
Age 73
Fame, McIntosh County, Oklahoma, United States
April 10, 1896
Age 73
Fame, McIntosh County, Oklahoma, United States

Buried Fame Cemetery, McIntosh County, Oklahoma.

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Fame Cemetery, McIntosh County, Oklahoma, United States