|Collection||CONFEDERATE MILITARY LEADERS COLLECTION|
|Scope & Content||
Sketch of David Gregg McIntosh, while in the State and Confederate Service from 1861-1865
Physical Appearance: [n. d.] - Postwar reminisicence of Colonel David Gregg McIntosh of his service during the war. He served in the "Darlington Guards," (1st) Company B , 1st South Carolina Infantry, and subsequently in the "Pee Dee Rifles" [Pee Dee Artillery], which mustered into service as (2nd) Company B, 1st South Carolina Infantry. Includes his participation from Fort Sumter through Appomattox, as well as his escape from surrender there. Typescript, 20 pp. Unsigned.
|Creator||McIntosh, David G.|
|Archival History||Colonel David G. McIntosh's reminiscence was formerly located in the Mss 2 Misc 001 files.|
McIntosh, David Gregg