McIntosh County

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McIntosh County is named for the McIntosh family, who were Creek Native Americans.


Created:  July 16, 1907

County Seat:

Eufaula  1907 – present


County Courthouse – Eufaula 


Location:  110 North 1st Street / Foley Avenue

Built:  1927 – 1928

Style:  Classical Revival

Architect:  Layton, Hicks and Forsyth

Contractor:  Tankersley Construction Company


Description: The building faces south and is a three story red colored brick and concrete structure. The building is located on landscaped grounds in the center of Eufaula. The south front projects from the main building and has brick dividers between the three large windows on the second and third stories. Above is a horizontal header. A long canopy extends from the building on the south and east sides. Below the second story windows is a horizontal stone cornice. The roof line is flat.


See: The architect, Layton and Forsyth ( and associated firms ), designed courthouses in Beckham County, Carter County, Craig County, Creek County, Grady County, Greer County, Harmon County, Jefferson CountyMuskogee County, Okfuskee County, Oklahoma County,  Pittsburg County and Washita County.



N – Okfuskee County and Muskogee County 

E – Muskogee County

S – Haskell County and Pittsburg County

W – Hughes County, Okfuskee County and Okmulgee County




County Courthouse – Eufaula










Photos taken 2010