Yes I would like to have the information on the Mason family tree, because although my resarch over the past 13 years has concentrated on the events in the lives of Thomas Joseph Hayward Ingley and his immediate family, collecting archives such as Tutbury baptism certificates , Land deeds of Thomas Ingley, the earliest being dated 27th of July 1858. According to historian A.G Bagnall in his book " A History of Carterton" ,this 1858 land transaction between Thomas Ingley and Peter Seres was the earliest land transaction in Carterton before Carterton changed it's name from Three Mile Bush to Carterton. Carterton was not officially call Carterton until 1859 I .I have been given my tree information from other descendants of James Ingley but up to my e-mail contact with you. I had not made contact with members related to Edith Anne Ingley .If possible could you attach your family tree information to an e-mail .My e-mail is
Paul Lawrence Bicknell
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