"Daniel Newman MCINTOSH"
Daniel Newman MCINTOSH http://www.rootsweb.com/~okmcinto/families/mcintosh_D_N.htm Daniel Newman MCINTOSH was born on 20 Sep 1822 in Indian Springs, Georgia. He died on 10 Apr 1896 in Creek Nation, Indian Territory. He was was 5/8 mixed Creek/Cherokee. Daniel Newman was a prominent citizen who fought in various battles; was a leader of his people. He had long hair, past his shoulders, with a mustache and go tee. The first to occupy lands in I.T. were Susannah (Roe) McIntosh along with her infant son Daniel Newnan, they lived on a high hill near the Verdigris, she owned two Negro families who worked her land. Daniel Newman McIntosh, youngest son of Chief William and Susannah McIntosh, was bom at Indian Springs, GA, 20 Sept.1822. He came west 1830, living with relatives on the lower Verdigris, but as an adult, made a home near what is now Fame in McIntosh County. Daniel Newnan was the baby who was taken out of the burning house by his oldest brother, Chilly, on the night the their father was killed by the Hostiles. He had a good education at the local schools; Cane Hill College in Arkansas; R.N. Smith Institute at Louisville, Ky. He was Clerk of the Lower House in the Nation and later a member of the House of Warriors. He was a respected leader among the Creeks and represented his people in Washington, D.C. for years. He was a Supreme Judge in the Creek Nation and for a while was Chief Justice of the Creek Court. He was also a Tribal Attorney of prominence and held every important job in the Nation except to Chief. His oldest brother Chilly had formed a second group of Creek Soldiers and they joined Gen. D.N.'s command. He had been a financial success from farming and raising cattle. . 1830 he immigrated to Indian Territory (later Oklahoma) Daniel married Elsie OTTERLIFTER 1844 daughter Orsinoe was born in Creek Nation 1846 daughter Susannah was born in in Creek Nation . Daniel married (2) Elizabeth Jane "Etta" WARD 1848 son Albert Gallatin "Cheesie" MCINTOSH was born 1851 Daniel is on the the Old Settler roll: Illinois Dist, Group 194 dau Lucy was born . 1855 son Simonides was born 1856 Daniel was on the Committee in Washington that gave lands in the Creek Nation to the Seminole Tribe. 1856 son Freeland Buckner was born 1857 he was on the Old Settlers Roll: Kowetah, I.T. (#110 on payroll) family #36 D.N. McIntosh Chesse Lucy Freeland D.N. Susan Delilia Arreno (also fam #54 Louisa Atkins (sis married Roley C. McIntosh & sis Texanna m. Daniel Newman; Betsy Porter & kids (mother of Louisa, Fannie, Texanna; Jack Porter & son John; Gen. Roley McIntosh & Vicey; John McIntosh) 1858 son Roley Cub was born 1858 Creek Payroll, Koweta (fam #38 D.N. McIntosh $683.20 Chesie Lucy Freeland D.N. Susan Delilia twins 1860 he owned 29 slaves 1860 - 1864 D.N. was a Colonel in the 2nd Co. C 1861 he raised a company of Creek Soldiers to serve as Co. A in the first Creek regiment. He was made a General over this new regiment. Daniel married (4) Winnie CANARD (now I don’t know when he married Winnie. It is most likely that he was married to her at the same time as he was married to others. According to the birth dates of both their children they were in a relationship in 1861 and 1879 while other children were being born to D.N. McIntosh) 1861 son Ben W. was born (he is allegedly the son of D.N. and Winnie Canard) 1862 son Daniel Newman Jr was born 1868 dau Susannah was born . Daniel married (3) Emma Belle GAWLER 1875 dau Zelina was born 1878 Zenophan was born 1878 son Charles was born (he is allegedly the son of D.N. and Winnie Canard) 1879 dau Etta was born . 1880 son Mondese "Duff" . was born He was elected prosexecuting attorney of the District in 1881, but he refused the position on religious grounds. 1882 dau Lula Noka was born 1882 he was on the census of the Creek Nation, in Coweta, age 57 years. Page 95 D.N. McIntosh Bell Zalina Etta Zenophan Monides D.N. Jr Roley Albert Danl BARD 1892 dau Kaniah was born Son William L. Yancy was born (a source says he was born in 1898, (he also says he was born in 1898 in an application) which is physically impossible since D.N. was dead over a year by then. Also he was in the household of D.N. McIntosh in the 1895 payroll and 1895 Creek Nation census. 1892 - Excerpts from a testimony of a former slave of D.N. McIntosh. I Solomon McIntosh is my name. I live in Okmulgee. I am a Creek Citizen. I think I am about 83 or 84 years old. Q. Did you come from Alabama? A. Yes sir. I belong to Col. McIntosh. Q. What town did Col. D.N. McIntosh belong? A. He belong to Cowetah. Q. You was raised in the Town, do you know positively that these people were Creeks? A. Yes I know them good. Q. Did the Berryhills come to this country with the Creek Indians? A. Yes they came with the Chilly McIntosh Party. Q. When they emigrated to this country where did they live? A. On the banks of the Virdigris. 1894 he is on the Old Settler payment in Fame, on page 28. 1895 Daniel is on the Cherokee Old Settler Pay Roll D.N. McIntosh Etta Zenophan (also around are D.N. McIntosh Jr & Dan Bard; Simonides Albert McIntosh & fam; Roley Cub McIntosh & Lula fam) William L. Yancy Kaniah (for anyone who thinks William Yancy was born after 1896, here is the proof he was alive in 1895) 1895 Coweta, Creek Nation census D.N. McIntosh Etta Zenophan Simonides Lulu William L. YANCY Kaniah (near is D.N. McIntosh Jr with Dan Bard & Hannah McIntosh in home; Albert McIntosh & family; Freeland McIntosh & family) 20 Feb 1895, in Eufaula, Indian Territory, he transferred of all his property to his wife and children for the sum of one dollar 1895 he is 73 in and his town is Fame, Creek Nation. His wife Elizabeth Jane is listed as deceased. 1896 he is on the Cherokee Old Settler roll 1896 he appeared on the Creek census for Fame on page 28 D.N. was a Baptist Minister for the last 12 years of his life . On a couple of payrolls there is a Daniel Bard and a George Harrison in the household; they are grandsons. 1896 D.N. McIntosh died. Daniel is on the 1902-07 Dawes roll as a parent on Creek census cards 544, 836, 873, 3263 Daniel married (1) Elsie OTTERLIFTER daughter of John OTTERLIFTER and Susanna HARLAN. Elsie was of the Wolf Clan (Nanye'HI) She was on the 1852 Drennan roll: Illinois, 286 as Alsey Horskin. Another sourse says she was the second wife of Daniel, but according to my research she was wife number one and Elizabeth Ward was wife number two. Daniel and Elsie had the following children: 2 F i. Orsinoe* MCINTOSH was born about 1844 in Creek Natiion. 3 F ii. Susannah MCINTOSH was born in 1846. Daniel married (2) Elizabeth Jane "Etta" WARD daughter of Charles Jackson WARD and Ruth HOLLINGSWORTH. Elizabeth died about 1871/1872 in Creek Nation. Elizabeth was on the 1851 Old Settle: Illinois Dist, Group 194. Elizabeth was on the 1902-07 Dawes roll: Parent, Creek Card 544, 836, 3263. Elizabeth was White. Elizabeth Jane WARD was dead 20-30- years in 1901 according to son Albert's citizenship application. Daniel and Elizabeth had the following children: + 4 M iii. Albert Gallatin "Cheesie" MCINTOSH born 1848. + 5 F iv. Lucy MCINTOSH . 6 M v. Simonides MCINTOSH was born in 1855. 7 M vi. Freeland Buckner MCINTOSH was born in 1856 i + 8 M vii. Roley Cub MCINTOSH was born on 28 Aug 1858.. + 9 M viii. Daniel Newman MCINTOSH Jr was born on 15 Oct 1862 10 F ix. Susannah "Susie" MCINTOSH was born about 1868 . Daniel married (3) Emma Belle GAWLER . Emma was born about 1854. Emma was of European ancestry. She was 28 on the 1882 Creek Nation census in Coweta, Indian Territory Daniel and Emma had the following children: 11 F x. Zelina MCINTOSH was born on 11 Apr 1875 12 xi. Zenophan MCINTOSH was born on 31 Oct 1878 13 F xii. Etta MCINTOSH was born about 1879 14 M xiii. Mondese "Duff" MCINTOSH was born in 1880 15 F xiv. Lula Noka MCINTOSH was born on 16 Apr 1882 16 F xv. Kaniah MCINTOSH was born on 26 Sep 1892 17 M xvi. William L. Yancy MCINTOSH Daniel married (4) Winnie CANARD . Winnie was born about 1862. Winnie was on the 1902-07 Dawes roll: she was 1/4 Creek census card# 1620 roll# 522813 Feb 1900 Red Fork, I.T She was mixed black and Creek. She was on the 1882 Census Creek Nation: age 40, Coweta, I.T.. Daniel and Winnie had the following children: 18 M xvii. Ben W. MCINTOSH was born on 20 Aug 1861 19 M xviii. Charles MCINTOSH was born in 1878 http://www.rootsweb.com/~okmcinto/mc/mc1.pdf