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Re: John Ingle, Adam Ingle, Mary Ingle, Michael Ingle, William Ingle
Posted by: Roy Godsey (ID *****3867) Date: August 29, 2004 at 16:15:13
In Reply to: John Ingle, Adam Ingle, Mary Ingle, Michael Ingle, William Ingle by Steve Ingle of 357

Steve, there is a "The Ingle Family" #268, in "Meigs County, Tennessee and it's People, 1836-1997". The history is of the John Ingle, b. 1787, wife, Betsy,1795, William, 1816, Adam,1821, and Michael, 1826. Descendants and history are addressed. The history was submitted by Shirley Ingle Jennings, Rt. 4, Box 360, Decatur, TN 37322.
John and Betsey are in the 1850 Meigs County, TN censuswith the three children. John is in the 1860 Meigs census with Adam and Michael (no wife), and the 1870 and 1870 and 1880 Meigs Census alone.Williamis in the 1860, 1870, 1888 Meigs census with wife.Elizabeth,No children.Michael is in the 1870, 1880 Meigs cenus withwife and several children.Adam apparently married in 1865 to Martha Butler Jan.5, 1865.
Michael married Adeline Harred Feb 2, 1869, and William married Elizabeth Hunter Oct 16, 1855. All in Meigs.
From Meigs cemetery records,William Ingle 5/5/1816-5/26/1885, and Elizabeth (Hunter),1824-7/28/1898 are buried in the Smith (Munford) Cemetery.There's an Ingle Cemetery in Meigs with a number of Ingle's buried there. The Decatur Cemetery also has some Ingle's buried there.
If what I given you is of interest, I'll be happy to make copies from the three books I have and mail you a copy, probabbly 10 or 12 pages if you will send me your address.
I was born in Meigs and have many connections there.

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