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Welcome to McIntosh County, Georgia, a part of The GAGenWeb and The USGenWeb Projects.

McIntosh County, one of Georgia's coastal counties, was created from Liberty County on Dec. 19, 1793 by an act of the General Assembly (Ga. Laws 1793, p. 10). Georgia's 18th county was named for the McIntosh family -- particularly Capt. John McIntosh (who in 1736 led a group of Scot Highlanders in the settlement of Darien) and his son Gen. Lachlan McIntosh (who was a hero of the American Revolution).


Counties adjacent to McIntosh are Liberty, Long, Wayne and Glynn

Until we are able to find a new County Coordinator, please visit the Georgia USGenWeb Archives for McIntosh County!

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