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McIntosh County Historical Marker
Posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member onfire4jesus
N 31° 22.209 W 081° 26.049
17R E 458714 N 3470706
Quick Description: McIntosh County Historical Marker on US 17/GA 25 at the Courthouse in Darien, Ga
Location: Georgia, United States
Date Posted: 6/17/2007 9:13:14 PM
Waymark Code: WM1PQB
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member ChapterhouseInc
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Long Description:
“This county, created Dec. 19, 1793 from Liberty County, was named for the McIntosh family, early settlers, whose name was associated with most events in Georgia history for many years. John McIntosh, with 170 Highlanders, came to Georgia in January 1735 and founded Darien. George N. Ragan was made Tax Collector of McIntosh County Dec. 23, 1793. County officers, commissioned March 25, 1794, were: William Middleton, Sheriff; John Baillie, Clerk of Superior and Inferior Courts; John Richey, Coroner; George N. Ragan, Surveyor. Joseph Clark was commissioned Tax Receiver, Dec. 21, 1794.

095-5 Georgia Historical Commission 1956”
Type of Marker: Building

Marker #: 095-5

Date: 1956

Sponsor: Georgia Historical Commission

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