Surgeon Phineas MacKintosh and Captain William MacKintosh
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To the memory of Phineas MacKintosh 2nd son of Captain Alexander MacKintosh, great grandson of William MacKintosh of Borlum and of Janet MacLean of Dochgarroch, Surgeon in the Army, died at Demerara 4th Dec 1805 aged 21. Mary their eldest child born 7th Oct 1780 died in a few days. Charles MacKintosh their eldest son, Planter drowned in the River Essequibo 21st April 1814 aged 32. Janet MacKintosh their 3rd Daughter died at Inverness 16th Feb 1814 aged 27. William MacKintosh their 3rd son, Captain in the East India Companys Service died at Bangalore 5th Dec 1826 aged 35. Barbara MacKintosh their 5th daughter died at Forres 12th Feb 1852 aged 63. Eneas MacKintosh their youngest son, Lieutenant, Royal Navy, afterwards Merchant, Calcutta, representative of the family of Borlum died at his house, Towerside Cottage, Forres 20th Aug 1857.