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Re: Ingraham
Posted by: Carol Powell (ID *****9811) Date: January 21, 2012 at 11:22:51
In Reply to: Ingraham by Verna Langlois of 7795

William John (Jack) Ingraham had a daughter, Pearl, who married a George W. Jolley, Jack was a well known & well respected police officer in Butte, MT back in the early 1900's.
http://genforum.genealogy.com/jolley/messages/665.html
Montana, County Marriages
John Ingraham Marriage date: 09 Dec 1885 event place: Silver Bow, , Montana spouse: Jennie Morrow
1900 Butte city, Silver Bow, Montana census
Household        Gender       
William Ingraham       M b: Mar 1862 Maine parents Maine       
Jennie Ingraham        F b: May 1865 Canada Eng       
Pearl A Ingraham       F b: Oct 1890 Maine
17 males, 3 females ???? were they living at the jail ???
California, County Marriages
George Wesley Jolley Marriage date: 08 Jan 1914 event place: , Los Angeles, California estimated birth year:       1886
father:       George Robert Jolley mother: Ida T Rogers spouse:       Annie Pearl Ingraham age: 23 estimated birth year: 1891 spouse's father: W J Ingraham spouse's mother: Jennie Morro
Is this him???
http://www.youthlinkcalgary.com/assets/File/chief.pdf
In 1890, he moved himself and his family to Montana where he became police chief for Great Falls. In 1897, after Kirkup’s dismissal, Jack Ingram was invited to Rossland to become the town’s first police chief.
Jack Ingram became a dynamite man, but this would end in tragedy. On December 16, 1905, he was killed in an explosion in the mine’s fuse house.
http://rosslandtelegraph.com/news/legends-and-tales-mountain-kingdom-i-fought-law-and-law-won-part-two-jack-ingram-16140


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