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   April 30

   1812: LA,

   1825: Wm. McIntosh d.,
   [2]Creek chieftain William McIntosh died at his plantation home,
   Lockchau Talofau, in what is now Carroll County, Georgia. [Some
   sources -- such as the Dictionary of Georgia Biography -- incorrectly
   cite May 1 as the date of his death.] McIntosh was the son of a Creek
   Indian mother and a Tory officer father. Through his father he was
   related to several notable Georgia officials, including his cousin
   George Troup, governor from 1823-1827. But the Creeks traced lineage
   through the mother; thus McIntosh became a chief among the Lower
   Creeks, who lived near and interacted more with whites than did the
   Upper Creeks, who lived along the Alabama, Tallapoosa, and and Coosa


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