Mackintosh Families in Australia

McIntosh, MacIntosh, Mackintosh, M‘Intosh (and all other variations)


John and Mary lived in Midlothian, Scotland. Their son William Johnson migrated to Victoria, Australia. Other members of this family migrated to New Zealand, South Africa, Canada and the USA.
  • bc. 1795, PER, SCT
  • m. c1822 Mary JOHNSON
  • Children:
    • John MACKINTOSH(c1825-?)
    • Rebecca MACKINTOSH(c1827-?) m. William CARSE
    • Mary MACKINTOSH(c1828-?) m. Stuart CARSE
    • Margaret MACKINTOSH(c1830-1881) m. Harry Alison BOYLE
    • William Johnson MACKINTOSH(c1832-1907) m. Clarissa (Clara) GREEN
    • Lillias Bayne MACKINTOSH(c1835-?)
    • James MACKINTOSH(c1838-1908) m. Agnes Paterson MORHAM
      • Jessie Aird MACKINTOSH (1872-1959)
      • Lilly M MACKINTOSH (c1876-?)
    • Thomas Johnson MACKINTOSH(c1848-1914) m1. Margaret SMITH
      • John MACKINTOSH (1868-1917) m. Mary Ellen TAYLOR
        • William John MACKINTOSH (1910-1940)
        • Muriel Mary MACKINTOSH (1911-2002) m. Frederick Sydney BOTHWELL
      • Helen Smith MACKINTOSH (1871-?) m. Thomas William CHETTLE
      • Mary MACKINTOSH (1872-1955) m. Frank Crane THORNBOROUGH
      • William Smith MACKINTOSH (1874-?) m. Mabel Ketty KELSEY
        • Nancy MACKINTOSH (1915-1976)
        • Mary MACKINTOSH (c1919-?)
        • Marjory MACKINTOSH (c1920-?)
        • Helen MACKINTOSH (c1922-?)
      • Thomas Smith MACKINTOSH (1875-?)
      • Maggie MACKINTOSH (1877-1909)
      • Harry Boyle MACKINTOSH (1883-1913)
    • Thomas Johnson MACKINTOSH(c1848-1914) m2. Bertha CLAY
    • Mitchell MACKINTOSH(c1842-?)
    • Richard Cobden MACKINTOSH(c1845-?) m1. Mary Louisa HILLIARD
      • Mary Jane MACKINTOSH (1872-?)
    • Richard Cobden MACKINTOSH(c1845-?) m2. Jeannie Niven IRVINE
      • Richard Cobden MACKINTOSH (c1880-1921) m. Margaret THOMPSON
        • Eric MACKINTOSH (1908-?)
      • Jeannie MACKINTOSH (1881-?)
      • Margaret E MACKINTOSH (c1884-?)
      • Violet A MACKINTOSH (c1886-?)

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