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John Houstoun McIntosh Marker, looking south along US 17 image, Touch for more information
By Mike Stroud, 2008
John Houstoun McIntosh Marker, looking south along US 17
Georgia (McIntosh County), Eulonia — 095-13 — John Houstoun McIntosh
John Houstoun McIntosh, son of George McIntosh, was born at Rice Hope, May 1, 1773. When a young man, he settled in East Florida and became a leader of the U.S. citizens living there. He was appointed "Governor or Director of the Republic of . . . — Map (db m11316) HM
Georgia (McIntosh County), Eulonia — 095-24 — Old Court House at Sapelo Bridge»»——→
Sapelo Bridge, on the old Savannah to Darien Road 200 yards east of this spot, was the seat of McIntosh County from 1793 to 1818. Here the Court House and other public buildings stood; here, too, were the Armory and Muster Ground for the McIntosh . . . — Map (db m10986) HM
Georgia (McIntosh County), Eulonia — 095-21 — Rice Hope
Famous Rice and Indigo Plantation of Colonial and Revolutionary times, Rice Hope was the home of George McIntosh, son of John McIntosh Mor of Darien, and brother of General Lachlan McIntosh. George McIntosh was Official Surveyor for St. Andrew`s . . . — Map (db m11199) HM

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