William McIntosh (1775 – April 30, 1825) was a Creek Indian chief. He was killed by his own tribe for supporting the Indian Removal Act. He was born to a Scottish father and a Native American woman. In 1825, he signed the Second Treaty of Indian Springs to sell much of his land to the United States of America. In revenge of this, as many as 200 men from his own tribe came to his home in Jackson, Georgia. Though he and his son opened fire on them, he was murdered by several of his men.