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John McIntosh, doctor from Maine-Died Baton Rouge-Need military information
Posted by: Joy Aloise (ID *****5410) Date: October 16, 2007 at 14:39:51
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I have John McIntosh born Scotland. His children were all born in Maine prior to 1850. Family history says that he was a doctor in the Mexican War and died of Yellow Fever contracted from treating patients in Baton Rouge. His family was still in East Baton Rouge until after 1860. I wonder how to find information on his war participation and whether his family received or applied for his pension.
Thank you for any help.


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