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Where is Wildwood Plantation?
Posted by: Michelle Stanga Date: July 02, 2000 at 06:07:09
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I am searching for any information on Wildwood Plantation, Point Coupee Parish, LA. I am also searching for information on our family who lived there, the McIntyres.

Thomas Graham McIntyre was the Probate Judge of Clairborn County, MS. He married Emily Cloris McLaughlin in 1837 and then moved to Point Coupee Parish, Louisiana where they lived on Wildwood Plantation.

Their children were Mary McIntyre and William McIntyre b. 1843.

Thomas Graham McIntyre died on Wildwood Plantation on February 26, 1860. He is buried at the St. Stephen's Episcopal Church Cemetery in Innis, Point Coupee Parish, LA.

Any information or history on this Plantation or family would be appreciated.


Michelle Stanga


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