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Re: My Inglett ancestors
Posted by: Pat Date: July 12, 2001 at 07:04:09
In Reply to: Re: My Inglett ancestors by Francis Milton Partridge of 78

Hi, I have a Matthew Inglett b. 1806, son of Andrew Inglett b. 1741 in Germany.
There is another son Andrew Jr. b. 1821.

There has been some confusion over the years about whether there was a 2nd generation between Andrew & Hugh Matthew (who is the brother of the above 2 brothers and my direct line).

Andrew & his brother came to America together from Germany thru England and 1 brother went North and Andrew came to GA and settled at what is now Ft. Gordon. He had a land grant for the property. There were 5 families that settled there, Blackstones, Ingletts and I cannot remember off the top of my head the other names.

Have you tried the cemetaries at Ft. Gordon? They have to give access to families to see them. We got a lot of information from them. Our starting point of course was relatives. Unfortunately the great aunt that we got lots of old info. from has passed away and the aunt that had lots of old names is nearly 90 and her memory isn't so good anymore. 10 Years ago I could probably have told her the names you've given me and she could have told us where they lived! I have 1 great uncle that has massive amounts of family history info. (he even has pictures of the old homeplace w/house intact) I will try to reach him and ask him if he remembers these names and how they connect.

Will let you know! Hope this other may help a little.

Thanks, Pat


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