Birth: 20 AUG 1802 Johnstown, Montgomery Co, New York.

Religion: Presbyterian

Marriage:11 NOV 1830 Johnstown, Montgomery Co, New York

Birth of Son: 19 SEP 1831
Name: Donald McIntyre
Place: Johnstown, Montgomery Co, New York

 

Birth of Daughter: 11 AUG 1833
Name: Jane McIntyre

Moved to: 1834
Place: Unadilla Twp, Livingston Co, Michigan

Office Held: 26 MAR 1835
Details: Was elected to be the first treasurer of the newly formed Unadilla Twp.

 

Birth of Son: 03 AUG 1835
Name: Peter McIntyre

 

Land Record: 08 OCT 1835
Place: Unadilla Twp, Livingston Co, Michigan
Note: 160 acres in Section 31 on Bowdish Road

Offices Held: 1836
Details: Was an accessor and a collector.

Land Record: 01 MAY 1837
Note: 43.71 acres

Note: 08 NOV 1837
Place: Howell, Livingston Co, Michigan
Details: Was a juror.

Birth of Daughter: 17 SEP 1838 or 1839
Name: Ann Margaret McIntyre

1840 Census:  Unadilla, Livingston Co, Michigan

Birth of Son: 19 FEB 1841
Name: Hugh Alex McIntyre

 

Birth of Daughter: 05 APR 1843
Name: Flora M. McIntyre

Birth of Daughter: 02 APR 1845
Name: Mary McIntyre

 

Birth of Son: 13 MAR 1847
Name: James D. McIntyre

Birth of Daughter: 19 SEP 1849
Name: Jeanette Isabella “Nette” McIntyre

 

1850 Census: 07 AUG 1850
Place: Unadilla Twp, Livingston Co, Michigan
Note: James was a farmer. Wife, Mary, and nine children also living in his household.

Birth of Daughter: 05 AUG 1852
Name: Elizabeth “Eliza” McIntyre
Note: Died in 1862 at age 10

Land Rec: 01 JAN 1856
Note: Section 31, Livingston Co, Michigan. 40 Acres.

Birth of Daughter: 27 SEP 1855
Name: Ruth McIntyre
Note: Died in 1856 at age 1

1860 Census: 05 JUN 1860
Place: Unadilla, Livingston Co, Michigan
Note: James was a farmer. Wife, Mary, and six children also living in his household.

1870 Census: 12 AUG 1870
Place: Unadilla, Livingston Co, Michigan
Note: James was a farmer. Wife, Mary, and four children also living in his household.

Political:  Voted Whig and later on Republican.

Death: 26 JAN 1872 Unadilla Twp, Livingston, Michigan, USA
Note: Died of a Liver Complaint

Burial: North Waterloo Cemetery, Jackson Co, Michigan, USA

Click to see parents: Donald and Ann McIntyre

Both James McIntyre and Mary McColl were natives of New York State. They came to Michigan in 1834. In 1835 they purchased 160 acres in section 31 of Unadilla Twp, Livingston Co, Michigan. A log house was rolled up, the forest cleared and the land improved.

Their first home was very crude and primitive. Through thrift and perseverance, the family prospered. Sometime toward the end of the century, they built a more substantial house and barn. These buildings were leveled by a tornado in 1914.

At the year ending June 1, 1860, Mr. McIntyre had the following personal property: 100 acres tillable land, 180 acres undeveloped land, property value – $2,000.00; farming equipment valued at $100.00; six horses, four cows, 2 oxen, 15 other cattle, 66 sheep, 9 swine, livestock valued at $700.00; also 350 bushels of wheat, 50 bushels of rye, 250 bushels of Indian corn, 16 bushels of oats, and 200 lbs of wool. (per the 1860 Agricultural Census for Livingston Co) – Marianna (House) Malkowski (2nd great granddaughter of James and Mary)

Mary McColl

Birth: 24 MAR 1811 Johnstown, Montgomery Co, New York.

Moved to: 10 JUL 1834
Place: Unadilla Twp, Livingston Co, Michigan

Religion: Presbyterian

1880 Census: 02 JUN 1880
Place: Unadilla Twp, Livingston Co, Michigan
Note: Living with son, Hugh, and daughter, Janet (the right age to be Elizabeth)

Death: 01 JUN 1883 Unadilla Twp, Livingston, Michigan, USA
Note: Paralysis

Burial: North Waterloo Cemetery, Jackson Co, Michigan (tombstone above w/ husband)

Click to see parents: Hugh McColl and Jane McVean

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