I was told by someone that the name "Ingley," at least in some families, is pronounced in 3 syllables, like thus:
I don't know where the stress lies.
Can anyone confirm this, or elaborate more on how it's pronounced, either now, or more importantly around the 1600's and 1700's, probably in England?
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