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Re: David and Louisa INGRAM
Posted by: Jean Thisius (ID *****9691) Date: September 16, 2004 at 14:32:19
In Reply to: Re: David and Louisa INGRAM by Susan of 272

Thomas Ingram's descendant information is 12 pages long, so I won't post it here. If you are interested, I'll send it to you at your home email. I'll be offline for 10 days. Jean

David and Thomas' parents were Thomas "Richard" Ingram, b. 15 Aug 1815 at Carnhell, Gwinear Parish, Cornwall, England, d. 20 Oct 1895 at Hazel Green, Grant Co., WI, and Elizabeth Jennings, b. 5 Feb 1820 Gwinear, d. 5 Oct 1896 at Hazel Green. They were married 26 Oct 1839 at Gwinear.

Son Thomas was born at Carnhell 5 Nov 1840. He first married Catherine Moralee, (b. 23 Jan 1842 in JoDaviess Co., IL, d. 12 Feb 1901 at Hancock, Houghton Co., MI) 5 Sept 1861 at Hazel Green. They had 9 children.

He married Eliza Richards Kneebone 5 May 1905 at Hancock. He died 5 Nov 1924 at Hancock. She died at Shullsburg 28 Nov 1935.

Death record, Darlington, Lafayette Co., Vol. 12, pg. 330, #16--
Eliza Emily Ingram died Nov. 28, 1935 at Shullsburg. Female, white, widow of Thomas Ingram, age 76y10m15d, b. Shullsburg. Father George Richards, b. Camborne, Cornwall, mother Mary Ann Abraham, b. Camborne. Informant, Mrs. Louise Bilkey, Dodgeville. Dr. M. P. Gratiot, Shullsburg. Cause, Coronary Thrombosis and Angina Pectoris. Buried Shullsburg, undertaker H. A. Thompson.

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