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Descendants of Raiph Ingledue



First Generation


1. Raiph Ingledue-[1247] 1.

On 9 Jan 1716 a Ralph Ingledew was buried at All Saints Anglican Church, Hutton Rudby. It could be this Raiph, or it may be his son (see below).

Raiph married ____________________.


Children from this marriage were:

   2 M    i. John Ingledue-[1248] 1 was christened on 3 Sep 1669 in Hutton Rudby, Yorks. 1.
   3 M    ii. Raiph Ingledue-[1249] 1 was christened on 15 Sep 1672 in Hutton Rudby, Yorks. 1.
   4 M    iii. Thomas Ingledue-[1250] 1 was christened on 20 Jun 1675 in Hutton Rudby, Yorks. 1.
   5 M    iv. Christopher Ingledue-[1251] 1 was christened on 17 Dec 1677 in Hutton Rudby, Yorks. 1.
   6 F    v. Mary Ingledue-[1252] 1 was christened on 11 Dec 1681 in Hutton Rudby, Yorks. 1.
+ 7 M    vi. James Ingledue-[1007] 1 2 was christened on 10 Feb 1686 in Hutton Rudby, Yorks. and was buried on 26 May 1729 in Hutton Rudby, Yorks.
   8 M    vii. Joseph Ingledue-[1253] 1 was christened on 2 Apr 1689 in Hutton Rudby, Yorks. 1.

Second Generation (Children)


7. James Ingledue-[1007] 1 2 (Raiph1) was christened on 10 Feb 1686 in Hutton Rudby, Yorks. and was buried on 26 May 1729 in Hutton Rudby, Yorks.

James is PROBABLY the father of Joseph Ingledew b. 1712, but if so Joseph was not baptised in Hutton Rudby, for no record exists.

In the burial register James is referred to as a Day Labourer

WILL OF JAMES INGLEDUE OF HUTTON IN THE COUNTY OF YORK

The beneficiaries were:

"House and Garth and the Utensils belonging to the said house to -------? my wife" (name difficult to read. May have been Martha)
"To son James 4.
To son Joseph 4.
To Mary Ingledue one shilling.
To Elizabeth Ingledue 1."
John Ingledue was made Sole Executor.
Witnesses: John ------, Joseph Tunstall.
Dated: 24th May 1729.

James MAY be the James baptised 10 Feb 1686, son of Raiph Ingledue. This would make him about 43 years old when he died. His wife died within a fortnight (of James) - contagious disease?

As researched by Brian Myers.

Incidentally Brian also researched the "Hearth Tax Returns" of 1673 - there was one Ingledew household taxed in Hutton Rudby - Ra. Ingledew. There were a further 14 in the Index for the South Cleveland area (Stainsby 2, Brotton 3, Outsides 1, Seamore 3, Egton 1, Hilton 1, Newby 2, Maltby 1) 3

James married Unknown __________-[1008] [MRIN:359].

Referred to in the Burial Register as "Widow Ingdilldew, (sic), Widow of Jas. Ingledew


Children from this marriage were:

+ 9 M    i. Joseph Ingledew-[196] 4 was born in 1712 in Hutton Rudby, Yorks. and was buried on 23 May 1792 in St John & All Saints Anglican Church, High Worsall.
   10 M    ii. James Ingledue-[1009] 3.

Third Generation (Grandchildren)


9. Joseph Ingledew-[196] 4 (James7, Raiph1) was born in 1712 in Hutton Rudby, Yorks. and was buried on 23 May 1792 in St John & All Saints Anglican Church, High Worsall.

Joseph is the earliest name on our family tree that has been confirmed by research as well as family history.

Joseph married Jane Dummell-[197] [MRIN:56] on 11 Jan 1740 in High Worsall, Yorks. 4.


Children from this marriage were:

   11 F    i. Jane Ingledew-[198] was born pre-1749.

The IGI lists a Jane Ingledue christened 19 Jul 1741 at Hutton Rudby - parent Joseph. Quite likely to be this Jane.

The only other Hutton Rudby baptism with a parent Joseph Ingledue was Frances (f) who was christened 7 Feb 1743. Could well be the same family, which thereafter moved to High Worsall. 5

Jane married John Barker __________-[1006] [MRIN:358] on 13 Feb 1770 in High Worsall, Yorks. 6.

   12 M    ii. Joseph Ingledew-[448] 4 7 was christened on 7 Nov 1746 in High Worsall, Yorks. 7.
+ 13 M    iii. James Ingledew-[143] 8 was christened on 25 Jun 1749 in High Worsall, Yorks. 7, died on 16 Jan 1837 and was buried in Wensley Churchyard 9.
+ 14 M    iv. John Ingledew-[199] was christened on 4 Aug 1754 in High Worsall, Yorks. 7.

Fourth Generation (Great Grandchildren)


13. James Ingledew-[143] 8 (Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was christened on 25 Jun 1749 in High Worsall, Yorks. 7, died on 16 Jan 1837 and was buried in Wensley Churchyard 9.

Of Angleham, (Catterick, Yorks)......previously High-field House ( see Ingledew's History of Northallerton page 167 )

Between 1787 and 1806 the baptismal records of his children record that James is a farmer of Little Holtby. (Described as being of Little Holtby on the Wensley gravestone in 1795.) Little Holtby is marked on today's ordinance survey maps as a house on the west side of the A1 - 2 miles NW of Leeming Bar.


Described as being of Kirkby Fleetham on the same gravestone in 1837.


Of Badger Hall, Burneston in 1786 when Henry was born. 9

James married Ann I'anson-[144] [MRIN:43], daughter of Unknown and Ann I'anson-[1291], on 24 Mar 1783 in Whixley, Nr. York 10.

On her gravestone she is described as being the GRAND Daughter of Henry I'Anson.
Therefore her father and/or mother are yet to be identified.

According to David White, Ann was illegitimate but I don't know who her mother was, though I have guessed it was Ann - it could have been a sister of Ann's though. 9


Children from this marriage were:

   15 F    i. Jane Ingledew-[435] was born circa 1785 9, died on 5 Feb 1795 9 and was buried in Wensley Churchyard.

On her gravestone she is described as being the GREAT granddaughter of Henry I'Anson

+ 16 M    ii. Henry Ingledew-[76] was born on 25 Mar 1786 in Burneston, was christened on 27 Mar 1786 in Burneston 14 and died in 1882.
   17 M    iii. James Ingledew-[644] was born on 2 Aug 1787 16, was christened on 8 Aug 1787 in Hornby By Bedale 17 and died on 12 Aug 1787 18.

I came across this name on the IGI site - but he is not recorded on any of the family trees that I have come across. Possibly died young?

+ 18 M    iv. Joseph Ingledew-[145] was born on 30 Dec 1789 in Holtby, Hornby 16 19, was christened on 14 Feb 1790 in Hornby By Bedale 17, died on 26 Apr 1868 and was buried in Kirkby Fleetham Churchyard.
   19 M    v. John Ingledew-[645] was born on 21 Jul 1794 16, was christened on 28 Sep 1794 in Hornby By Bedale 17, died on 11 Feb 1795 21 and was buried in Hornby Churchyard.

James next married Mary Dodsworth-[157] [MRIN:49], daughter of Christopher Dodsworth-[165] and Mary I'anson-[164], on 28 May 1799 in Hornby By Bedale 11 12.

Died aged 40 years BUT date of death ( 1811 ) needs verification.

Was a grand daughter of Henry I'Anson.

Living in the parish of Wensley at the time of her marriage.

Oct 2002 - I have just returned from Yorkshire where I visited the "Yorkshire ancestors" library at Ebberston. I consulted the "Index to the Dean and Chapter of York's Marriage Bonds and Allegations 1613 - 1839" (applications for marriages without banns) and noted the following extract: "James Ingledew 21 Hornby & Mary Dodsworth 21 Wensley 28 May 1799" (suggesting that both parties were born in about 1778!?)

Having established that Ann (James's first wife ) was illegitimate, that makes her and Mary first cousins. 9

"James Ingledew of this parish Widower, of Little Holtby, Farmer, and Mary Dodsworth of the Parish of Wensley, married in this Church by licence this 28 day of May in the year 1799 by me, Thomas Kirkby, Vicar."

In the presence of George Browne, Christopher Smith. 22


Children from this marriage were:

   20 M    i. James Ingledew-[643] was born on 15 May 1802 16 and was christened on 27 Jun 1802 in Hornby By Bedale 17.

I came across this name on the IGI site - but he is not recorded on any of the family trees that I have come across. Possibly died young?

+ 21 M    ii. Christopher Ingledew-[158] was born on 7 Dec 1806 16, was christened on 7 Dec 1806 in Hornby By Bedale 17, died on 3 Jun 1833 and was buried in St. John's Church, Newcastle.
14. John Ingledew-[199] (Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was christened on 4 Aug 1754 in High Worsall, Yorks. 7.

John married Dorothy Lynas-[200] [MRIN:67], daughter of Robert Lynas-[1039] and Margaret Brotton-[1040], on 22 Jul 1782 in Skelton By Guisborough, Yorks. 4 13.

In the "Foolscap Family Tree" Dorothy Lynas is recorded as Dorothy Tynas. 5


Children from this marriage were:

   22 F    i. Margaret Ingledew-[1023] was christened on 19 May 1783 in Skelton By Guisborough, Yorks. 23.

Margaret married William Carrick-[1031] [MRIN:366] on 3 Oct 1808 in Skelton By Guisborough, Yorks. 13.

   23 M    ii. Robert Ingledew-[1028] was christened on 20 Jul 1784 in Skelton By Guisborough, Yorks. 23.
   24 M    iii. James Ingledew-[1024] was christened on 27 Dec 1785 in Skelton By Guisborough, Yorks. 23 and died on 14 Aug 1794 24.
+ 25 M    iv. George Lynas Ingledew-[1022] was christened on 27 May 1787 in Skelton By Guisborough, Yorks. 23, died on 24 Feb 1855 11 25 and was buried on 1 Mar 1855 in All Saint's Church, Great Ayton.
   26 F    v. Nancy Ingledew-[1025] was christened on 10 Aug 1788 in Skelton By Guisborough, Yorks. 23 and died on 22 Jul 1806 24.

Known as Ann

   27 F    vi. Jane Ingledew-[1030] was christened on 17 Oct 1790 in Skelton By Guisborough, Yorks. 23 and died on 17 Oct 1790 24.
   28 M    vii. Joseph Ingledew-[1029] was christened on 26 Aug 1792 in Skelton By Guisborough, Yorks. 23.
+ 29 M    viii. John Ingledew-[201] was christened on 27 Jul 1794 in Skelton By Guisborough, Yorks. 23 and died in Mar 1872 in Penrith 26.
   30 M    ix. James Ingledew-[1026] was christened on 26 Mar 1797 in Skelton By Guisborough, Yorks. 23.
   31 F    x. Hannah Ingledew-[1027] was born on 20 Mar 1799 23 and was christened on 28 Dec 1812 in Skelton By Guisborough, Yorks.

Fifth Generation (Great Great Grandchildren)


16. Henry Ingledew-[76] (James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born on 25 Mar 1786 in Burneston, was christened on 27 Mar 1786 in Burneston 14 and died in 1882.

For 37 years was churchwarden of the Cathedral Church of St. Nicholas in Newcastle. Also an Alderman of Newcastle and served as Mayor about 1850. He lived in the bottom house in Dean Street at the corner of The Side, his office being on the ground floor. (From NMI's Reminiscences)


Mayor of Newcastle in 1860 (from newspaper cutting referring to grandson Henry Ingledew's death)
(also in newspaper cutting on grandson William Cail's death)
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Subscribed to Ingledews History of Northallerton pub. 1858 ( 3 copies )

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" Now my grandfather Henry Ingledew born 1786 died 1882 was a very humerous gentleman. I believe he was born in Leyburn or Wensley, was educated at a school in Catterick and went to Newcastle on Tyne to be apprenticed to Armstrongs, Iron Founders, etc. He was not very robust and after a few years, with the consult of his Master, he left and was articled to a Solicitor being admitted in 1817 and set up practice in Newcastle. Many years ago we had his first brass plate in our Cardiff office - INGLEDEW - ATTORNEY.

When the old gentleman was 90 he retired and bought a house on The Street called Angleham, some 2 miles south of Catterick where he proposed to spend his time gardening etc. Having spent all his life in a large town he knew nothing about country pursuits and a friend of his advised him to take up some hobby such as stamp collecting, heraldry and so on.

He chose heraldry and bought some books on the subject and it was not long before he had invented for himself a crest and a coat of arms with this motto " Angli et Angelthewos ex Wodeno " which being interpreted means " The English and the Ingledews are descended from Woden ".

Now Woden was a Scandinavian god, his son was Thor and his grandson Thew.

The old grandfather actually used to sign his name with a Greek theta in place of the "d" in Ingledew !! There is a book of names and their derivations called "Patronymica Brittanica " in which you can verify this. "

(NORMAN INGLEDEW)

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From The Company of the Hostmen of Newcastle-upon-Tyne:

" In 1829 the late Mr Henry Ingledew who had been admitted a free burgess of Newcastle by reason of his service as an apprentice to Isaac Cookson the younger, a member of the Free Mystery or Mercers, applied to be admitted to the Hostmen's Company and contended that it was not necessary for him to be first admitted a mercer, or to bring a certificate to that effect. .."

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Was Sheriff of Newcastle in 1852, and Mayor in 1860.

Nick Ingledew has a photograph of H.I. sitting at his desk probably from the 1880's, which forms the centre of nine photographs of those of his sons and grandsons who became solicitors. It used to hang in the Cardiff office of Ingledew & Sons.

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Birthday (25th March) got from JPI's Egyptian diary.

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Newcastle Library have a newspaper article "Death of Alderman Ingledew" dated 24th May 1882 in which it is stated that "the place of his birth (was) near Roseberry Topping, in Cleveland." His date of birth is given as 26 March 1786.

(Information supplied by Brian Myers - Quest Family Research)

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In the 1881 census Henry (aged 95) is living at 21 Lovaine Place Newcastle with Hannah Ingledew who is recorded as Cousin, Housekeeper, unmarried, aged 32.
Also Margt. MASON Nurse U Female 48 Sunderland, Durham, England Nurse Mary ORD Serv U Female 47 Newcastle, Northumberland, England Cook Mary KEARNEY Serv U Female 22 Hexham, Northumberland, England Housemaid

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Burneston is just off the A1, about 3 miles south of Leeming Bar. When Henry was baptised his parents were described as being of Badger Hall. Other baptisms to James and Ann at Burneston need investigation. Four weeks after Henry's christening, on 27th April 1788, Catherine Ingledew was christened in the same church, the daughter of Lancelot and Agnes Ingledew of Carthorpe East. (Not known)

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On This Day In History : 9th May 1861

The ancient ceremony of traversing the boundary of the river Tyne took place to day. The Mayor(Henry Ingledew, esq.), and the Corporation of Newcastle, the River Tyne Commissioners, the Stewards of the Incorporated Companies of the Freeman of the Borough, the Master and Brethren of the Trinity House, the Mayor and Corporation of Gateshead, &c., were present. The "perambulation" was of the most imposing and enthusiastic character, and the occasion was observed, by the majority of the inhabitants, as a partial holiday. The weather throughout the day was fine, though a cold wind blew briskly from the north. Early in the morning the merry bells of St. Nicholas' were rung, and of St. Mary's Church at Gateshead, guns were fired, instruments of music were played, flags and banners were displayed from windows, and from the rigging of every vessel in the Tyne, and every thing wore a holiday appearance. The river was literally covered with steamers, boats, skiffs, gigs, &c., many of which accompanied the party in their perambulations. The following is a copy of the proclamation made at various places during the survey, viz: "OYEZ! OYEZ!! OYEZ!!!" "Proclamation is hereby made that the Soil of the River Tyne, wherever covered with water, between Hedwin Streams and Sparhawk. is within the Borough of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and belongs to, and is within the Jurisdiction of the Mayor, Aldermen, and Burgesses of the said Borough." HENRY INGLEDEW, Mayor.

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A Recollection of Henry Ingledew ( photocopied from Recollections of the Reformed, Newcastle Town Council , by Gordon Hanson )

A liberal, with no particular regard to the consideration of the Council except his respectability, and on that account was elected an Alderman. A careful business man, with an appearance that would do for Marrall without any dressing up. A lawyer, of awkward address and clumsy exterior - cannot speak half a dozen words without breaking down, and always at such times giving one an idea of his being in labour, or else speaking on compulsion....etc.

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Noted events in his life were:

1. Admitted as a solicitor; 1817.

Henry married Jane Daggett-[77] [MRIN:21], daughter of William Daggett VII-[181] and Elizabeth Pybus-[182], on 6 Jan 1824 in Sedgefield, Durham 15.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 32 F    i. Anne I'anson Ingledew-[70] was born in 1824, was christened on 17 Nov 1824 in St Nicholas Parish Reg & Nonconform., Newcastle 28 and died in 1900.
+ 33 M    ii. William Daggett Ingledew-[93] was christened on 18 Feb 1826 in St Nicholas Parish Reg & Nonconform., Newcastle 28 and died in 1888.
+ 34 F    iii. Elizabeth Jane Ingledew-[109] was born in 1827, was christened on 17 Dec 1827 in St Nicholas Parish Reg & Nonconform., Newcastle 29 and died in 1924.
+ 35 M    iv. James Henry Ingledew-[112] was christened on 10 Jun 1829 in St Nicholas Parish Reg & Nonconform., Newcastle 31 and died in 1898.
   36 F    v. Margaret Daggett Ingledew-[113] was christened on 14 Mar 1831 in St Nicholas Parish Reg & Nonconform., Newcastle 28 and died in 1871.

There follow a number of letters (13) written by Margaret Ingledew to her brother John, who between1853 and 1855 travelled first to Quebec, then Egypt,and then the Crimea:



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Margaret married Thomas Price Outhwaite-[114] [MRIN:34], son of John Outhwaite-[1020] and Unknown, on 8 Oct 1856 in St Nicholas Parish Reg & Nonconform., Newcastle 30.

+ 37 M    vi. John Pybus Ingledew-[15] was born on 27 Oct 1832 in Newcastle On Tyne, was christened on 16 Nov 1832 in St Nicholas Parish Reg & Nonconform., Newcastle 28, died on 31 Dec 1915 in Angleham, 9 Cathedral Rd, Cardiff and was buried in Cardiff City Cemetery 32.
   38 M    vii. Joseph Hunton Ingledew-[627] was christened on 15 Aug 1834 in St Nicholas Parish Reg & Nonconform., Newcastle 28.

I have never come accross any other reference to JHI - up to now 4/9/2001

18. Joseph Ingledew-[145] (James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born on 30 Dec 1789 in Holtby, Hornby 16 19, was christened on 14 Feb 1790 in Hornby By Bedale 17, died on 26 Apr 1868 and was buried in Kirkby Fleetham Churchyard.

Of Lowfields, Kirkby Fleetham
West Lowfields Farm was rented from the Kirkby Fleetham Hall estate

Was a subscriber to Ingledews History of Northallerton published 1858, as was his son James. There is another Joseph Ingledew who ordered 2 copies - I don't know who this is - his address was 4 Bishopsgate Street Without, London 33 34

Joseph married Margaret Wood-[146] [MRIN:44], daughter of Anthony Wood-[648] and Margaret Outhwait-[647], on 9 Feb 1818 20.

Marriage witness: Henry Ingledew, solicitor of Newcastle upon Tyne. 18


Children from this marriage were:

+ 39 F    i. Ann Ingledew-[1041] was born on 26 Aug 1818 in Danby Wiske 35, was christened on 4 Sep 1819 in Danby Wiske 36 and died on 18 Mar 1898 in Great Langton, Yorks 35.
   40 F    ii. Margaret Ingledew-[1095] was christened on 27 Apr 1822 in Danby Wiske 36 and died on 17 Feb 1883 37.

Margaret married John Smith-[1096] [MRIN:379].

   41 F    iii. Agnes Ingledew-[147] was born in 1828, was christened on 23 Feb 1828 in Kirkby Fleetham 11 38, died in 1839 and was buried on 13 Mar 1839 in Kirkby Fleetham Churchyard 5.

From the gravestone in Kirkby Fleetham Churchyard : Agnes, FOURTH DAUGHTER

+ 42 M    iv. James Ingledew-[148] was born in 1832 in West Lowfield 19, was christened on 28 Mar 1833 in Kirkby Fleetham 11 39 and was buried in 1918 in Fencote Churchyard 40.
21. Christopher Ingledew-[158] (James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born on 7 Dec 1806 16, was christened on 7 Dec 1806 in Hornby By Bedale 17, died on 3 Jun 1833 and was buried in St. John's Church, Newcastle.

of Newcastle upon Tyne, attorney-at-law

" SECOND son of James Ingledew by his second wife Mary." *

There is a tablet erected to the memory of Christopher and Lydia Ingledew on the east pillar of the south transept in North Allerton church, as a tribute of affection by their only child.

* The first son has now been identified.

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INDEX TO YORK WILLS: 21 July 1833 Christopher Ingledew of Wind Hill Hills
P Gateshead Coy Durham Prog J or T 450 41

Christopher married Lydia Davison-[159] [MRIN:50], daughter of Robert Davison-[447] and Ann Elgie-[446], on 17 Sep 1832 in Northallerton.

Living at Stokesley in 1851 42


Children from this marriage were:

+ 43 M    i. Christopher James Davison Ingledew-[160] was born on 25 Nov 1833 and was christened on 29 Dec 1833 in Northallerton.
   44 M    ii. James Ingledew-[626] was christened on 29 Dec 1833 in Northallerton 44.

See note to Christopher Ingledew which refers to a tablet being erected by their only child - suspect that James died in infancy ?

25. George Lynas Ingledew-[1022] (John14, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was christened on 27 May 1787 in Skelton By Guisborough, Yorks. 23, died on 24 Feb 1855 11 25 and was buried on 1 Mar 1855 in All Saint's Church, Great Ayton.

Working as a shoemaker in the parish of Nunthorpe in 1823 45

George married Jane Lowe-[1032] [MRIN:367], daughter of Michael Low-[1073] and Jane Unknown-[1074], on 27 Nov 1815 in Great Ayton 11.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 45 M    i. Joseph Ingledew-[1072] was christened on 17 Jun 1816 in Skelton By Guisborough, Yorks. 46, died on 5 Jun 1894 and was buried in St Cuthbert's Church, Marton 47.
   46 M    ii. John Ingledew-[1059] was christened on 1 Mar 1818 in Great Ayton 48 and died on 21 Mar 1818 in Great Ayton 48.
   47 F    iii. Hannah Ingledew-[1057] was christened on 27 Mar 1823 in Great Ayton 48.
+ 48 M    iv. John Ingledew-[1058] was christened on 21 Aug 1825 in Great Ayton 48 and died on 30 Jan 1889 in Marton 24.
   49 F    v. Dorothy Ingledew-[1062] was christened on 21 Aug 1825 in Great Ayton 48.

Dorothy married Robert Robinson-[1099] [MRIN:381].

   50 F    vi. Jane Ingledew-[1061] was christened on 25 Jan 1828 in Great Ayton 48 and died on 16 Nov 1828 in Great Ayton 48.
   51 M    vii. George Ingledew-[1033] was christened on 20 Nov 1829 in Great Ayton 48 and died on 27 Nov 1829 11.
+ 52 M    viii. George Ingledew-[1034] was christened on 6 Mar 1831 in Great Ayton 48.
   53 F    ix. Elizabeth Ingledew-[1035] was christened on 21 Aug 1833 in Great Ayton 48.
   54 M    x. James Ingledew-[1036] was born on 13 Aug 1836 48, was christened on 22 May 1840 in Great Ayton 48, died on 27 May 1845 and was buried in All Saint's Church, Great Ayton.
   55 F    xi. Mary Ingledew-[1060] was christened on 22 May 1840 48.
29. John Ingledew-[201] (John14, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was christened on 27 Jul 1794 in Skelton By Guisborough, Yorks. 23 and died in Mar 1872 in Penrith 26.

Note that of the seven children to John and Margaret, two are not recorded in the IGI - though these two are referred to by name in letters in the possession of NGMI.
Of the other five, two were christened at Kirkby Thore, and three at the Wesleyan church at Appleby (nearby). This whole branch of the family needs verification.

John married Margaret Crosby-[202] [MRIN:68], daughter of John Crosby-[665] and Margaret __________-[666], on 13 Apr 1825 in Kirkby Thore, Westmorland 11.


Children from this marriage were:

   56 M    i. John Ingledew-[449] 49 was born in 1826 in Kirkby Thore, Westmorland 50.

Margaret Ingledew in a letter to her brother John Pybus refers to Hannah's brother John being "exceedingly ill with rheumatic fever" (1853)


Margaret Ingledew in a letter to her brother John Pybus refers to Hannah's brother John finally separating from his wife ( 1856 )

DoB could be + or - 1 year

Dwelling Claremount Villa
Census Place Penrith, Cumberland, England (1881 census)

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Age Birthplace Occupation Disability
John INGLEDEW Head M Male 55 Kirkby Thore, Westmorland, England Farmer Of 260 Acres
Maria L. INGLEDEW Wife M Female 56 Walworth, Surrey, England
Emily A. SCOTT Visitor U Female 55 Walworth, Surrey, England Annuitant
Sarah E. NEVISON Serv U Female 22 Skipton, York, England Housemaid Domestic Serv

John married Isabella Atkinson-[646] [MRIN:230] on 25 Nov 1852 in Kirkby Thore, Westmorland 51.

   57 F    ii. Hannah Crossby Ingledew-[203] was born on 27 Apr 1828 in Kirkby Thore, Westmorland and was christened on 25 May 1828.

of Kirkby Thore, Westmoreland.

Christening recorded in Paternoster Row Wesleyan Methodist Registry, London

In 1901 census is recorded as living at 19, Wordsworth Street, Penrith ( Cumberland) with a 19 year old servant, Jane Ann Kitchen. 52

   58 M    iii. Joseph Ingledew-[662] was born on 31 Dec 1829 in Kirkby Thore, Westmorland 53 and was christened on 14 Feb 1830 in Wesleyan Church, Appleby, Westmorland 54.

Christening recorded in Paternoster Row Wesleyan Methodist Registry, London 55

+ 59 M    iv. James Ingledew-[663] was born on 20 Dec 1831 in Kirkby Thore, Westmorland 55 and was christened on 15 Jan 1832 in Wesleyan Church, Appleby, Westmorland 54.
   60 F    v. Emma Ingledew-[660] was christened on 3 Mar 1834 in Kirkby Thore, Westmorland 56.
+ 61 M    vi. William Ingledew-[664] was christened on 14 Nov 1836 in Wesleyan Church, Appleby, Westmorland 54.
   62 M    vii. Henry Ingledew-[661] was christened on 23 Jun 1838 in Kirkby Thore, Westmorland 56.

From BULMER'S Directory of Cumberland 1901


INGLEDEW Henry D S Bank House Graham street Penrith


Sixth Generation (3rd Great Grandchildren)


32. Anne I'anson Ingledew-[70] (Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born in 1824, was christened on 17 Nov 1824 in St Nicholas Parish Reg & Nonconform., Newcastle 28 and died in 1900.

I have a letter referring to the fact that Mildred Humble-Smith - Anne's grandaughter - wanted to publish her grandmother's diary. This would be in about 1966. Her grandmother was Ann I'Anson Cail born Ann Ingledew, sister of John Pybus Ingledew. I don't know if it ever was published, or who might have it now. (Nick)

Judging from a couple of letters which Anne wrote to John Pybus Ingledew whilst he was abroad, she had a great sense of humour. This may account for why five of her children were consecutively recorded as having a mother called Ann Ianson, Ann Ranson, Ann Tanson, Ann Sanson, and Ann Hanson ! 5

Anne married Septimus Anthony Cail-[69] [MRIN:19], son of William Cail-[253] and Mary Ord-[254], in 1847.

Septimus A. Cail
Stationer, Printer, Optician and Chartseller
42 & 43 Quayside, Newcastle-upon-Tyne

In 1881 was living at 18, Hawthorne Terrace, Elswick with Anne (his wife) and Annie, Emily, John, Walter and Hilda.

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Extracts from Newcastle Daily Journal, Saturday, January ?th, 1909

" His tall athletic figure and commanding presence made him a distinctive personality to casual observers, while in the circle of his acquaintance his genial humour and affability of manner, together with a peculiarly attractive old-world courtesy combined to make him one of the most enjoyable of social companions.

Educated at Bruce's School in Percy Street. Upon leaving school he entered the employment of the old Newcastle and Carlisle Railway Company in the passenger department. He then joined his brother, and commenced on the Quayside the business of opticians and mathematical instrument makers, of which in those days a great many were made here; and also of printers, stationers, lithographers, bookbinders, etc. 50


Children from this marriage were:

+ 63 M    i. William Henry Cail-[24] was christened on 28 Feb 1849 in Gateshead, Durham 57 and died in 1925 in 5 Victoria Square, Newcastle.
+ 64 M    ii. Henry Cail-[249] was christened on 23 Apr 1851 in Gateshead, Durham 57.
   65 F    iii. Annie Cail-[251] was born in 1852 and was christened on 9 Feb 1853 in Gateshead, Durham 57.

Unmarried and living at home in 1881 50

   66 F    iv. Emily Cail-[331] was christened on 21 Mar 1855 in Gateshead, Durham 57.

Unmarried and living at home in 1881 50

+ 67 M    v. Richard Cail-[332] was born on 25 Nov 1856, was christened on 31 Dec 1856 in Gateshead, Durham 57 and died on 4 Oct 1929 in Cailmount, Saskatchewan, Canada 58.
+ 68 M    vi. John Cail-[339] was christened on 29 Sep 1858 in Gateshead, Durham 57.
   69 M    vii. Arthur Cail-[351] .

Died young

   70 F    viii. Mary Cail-[352] .

Died young

+ 71 M    ix. Walter Cail-[353] was born in 1863 in Newcastle On Tyne 11.
+ 72 F    x. Hilda Cail-[366] was born in 1868 in Newcastle On Tyne 11.
33. William Daggett Ingledew-[93] (Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was christened on 18 Feb 1826 in St Nicholas Parish Reg & Nonconform., Newcastle 28 and died in 1888. Another name for William was William Daggett X.

William Ingledew changed his name to William Daggett by Deed Poll on the death of his mother.

NGM Ingledew has a book which has WD's signature on the flyleaf next to his stamp which reads DAGGETT, NOTARY PUBLIC. VERA ATTESTOR surrounding a representation of a phoenix.
It is "Extracts of the rcords of the Company of Hostmen of Newcastle upon Tyne"
edited by FW Dendy & published in 1901 for the Surtees Society, the year 1900 being the 300th. anniversary of the grant of their charter. At the time of publishing, WD was the clerk to the company of hostmen, having been Governor in 1886-1887.

He was Sheriff of Newcastle in 1870.

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Admitted as a solicitor in 1848, created a precedent by applying to the Master of the Rolls for leave to amend the Roll of Solicitors to change his surname. He was for a time in practice with his father as "Ingledew & Daggett" 27 59

William married Elizabeth Jane Umpelby-[94] [MRIN:29] in 1853.


Children from this marriage were:

   73 F    i. Agnes Mary Daggett-[95] was christened on 16 Aug 1854 in St Nicholas Parish Reg & Nonconform., Newcastle 60.
   74 F    ii. Helen Daggett-[96] was christened on 1 Aug 1855 in St Nicholas Parish Reg & Nonconform., Newcastle 60.
+ 75 M    iii. William Daggett XI-[101] was born in 1856 and died in 1923.
   76 F    iv. Kate Ingledew Daggett-[97] was christened on 14 Jul 1858 in St Nicholas Parish Reg & Nonconform., Newcastle 60.
   77 F    v. Florence Daggett-[98] was christened on 7 Oct 1859 in St Nicholas Parish Reg & Nonconform., Newcastle 60.
   78 F    vi. Jane Daggett-[99] was christened on 20 Dec 1860 in St Nicholas Parish Reg & Nonconform., Newcastle 61.
   79 F    vii. Maud Elizabeth Daggett-[100] was christened on 4 Mar 1862 in St Nicholas Parish Reg & Nonconform., Newcastle 60.
   80 M    viii. Henry Ingledew Daggett-[625] was christened on 7 Sep 1864 in St Nicholas Parish Reg & Nonconform., Newcastle 62.

Tickhill Light Railway, purchase of land for construction from owners: Misson, Nottinghamshire; lands at Common Lane, north of Line Bank and north of Participants Bank; Mary Daggett (wife of Henry Ingledew Daggett (surgeon, Borough Bridge, Yorkshire) 1910 Jan 01 - 1911 Dec 31

34. Elizabeth Jane Ingledew-[109] (Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born in 1827, was christened on 17 Dec 1827 in St Nicholas Parish Reg & Nonconform., Newcastle 29 and died in 1924.

Lived on the Town Moor at Newcastle.

At the time of the 1881 census was a widow living at 46 Westmorland Street, Elswick with three children. A fourth child was staying with her brother James Henry and his family.



NGMI has a letter written to John Pybus Ingledew ( c/o Mr. Thorn, Post Office, Alexandria) by Elizabeth in 1853:


50

Elizabeth married William Henry Welford-[110] [MRIN:33], son of William Welford-[1021] and Unknown, on 15 Oct 1852 in St Nicholas Parish Reg & Nonconform., Newcastle 30.

NGMI has a letter written by William Welford to John Pybus Ingledew c/o Mr. Thorn, Post Office, Alexandria, Egypt.
Stamped Alexandria Feb 2 1854
It is in fragile condition:


Children from this marriage were:

   81 M    i. William Henry Welford-[111] was born in 1852.
   82 F    ii. Edith W. Welford-[1010] was born in 1858 in Newcastle On Tyne 50.

Unmarried in 1881. DoB could be + or - one year.

   83 F    iii. Gertrude Welford-[1011] was born in 1861 in Newcastle On Tyne 50.

DoB could be + or - one year.

   84 F    iv. Elizabeth S. Welford-[1012] was born in 1863 in Newcastle On Tyne 50.

DoB could be + or - one year.

At the 1881 census was staying with her cousins (James Henry Ingledew's family)

   85 M    v. Henry T. Welford-[1013] was born in 1866 in Newcastle On Tyne 50.

DoB could be + or - one year.

35. James Henry Ingledew-[112] (Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was christened on 10 Jun 1829 in St Nicholas Parish Reg & Nonconform., Newcastle 31 and died in 1898.

Admitted as a solicitor in 1856. Was a partner in the Newcastle firm and succeeded his father as Registrar in Newcastle. At the time of the 1881 census lived at 61, Percy Park Tynemouth.

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The following are transcriptions of 8 letters written by JHI to his brother John between 1853 and 1856 during which time John was abroad three times for health reasons: (Letters in NGMI's possession) :

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Dwelling 61 Percy Park
Census Place Tynemouth, Northumberland, England (1881) 27

James married Mary Carrick-[115] [MRIN:35], daughter of Robert Carrick-[407] and Unknown, on 27 Jan 1858 in Haltwhistle.

See wedding "picture" for copy of description of wedding

Only daughter.

D.o.b. could be one year either side of 1839.

From 1901 Census:
Address: 61 Percy Park in the civil parish of Tynemouth, in the ecclesiastical parish of Cullercoats or Whitley St. Georges. Head of family, living on own means. 63


Children from this marriage were:

   86 F    i. Mary Adeline Ingledew-[116] was born in 1859 in Newcastle On Tyne 40 50, was christened on 20 May 1859 in Haltwhistle 64 and died in Dec 1957 40. Another name for Mary was Ada.

Unmarried and living at home in 1881.

On March 31st 1901 was recorded as being at Street House with her brothers William and George and sister Annie - all unmarried. 63

+ 87 M    ii. Henry Ingledew-[117] was born in Newcastle On Tyne 50, was christened on 12 Apr 1861 in Haltwhistle 65 and died in 1955.
   88 F    iii. Alice Maud Ingledew-[124] was born in Tynemouth 50, was christened on 27 Mar 1863 in Haltwhistle 66 and died in 1936 40. Another name for Alice was Maud.

Lived with Ada in Hackforth and both fond of walking, talking, and croquet

With mother at time of 1901 census. 40

   89 F    iv. Annie Louise Ingledew-[120] was christened on 4 Apr 1865 in Haltwhistle 67 and died in 1945 40.

Lived in Catterick and kept house for Oswin 40

   90 F    v. Ethel Jane Ingledew-[444] was christened on 28 Jul 1867 in Haltwhistle 68.
+ 91 M    vi. Alfred Edward Ingledew-[122] was born in Tynemouth 50 and was christened on 29 Nov 1869 in Haltwhistle 69.
+ 92 M    vii. William Clifford Ingledew-[121] was born in Tynemouth 50, was christened on 8 Mar 1872 in Haltwhistle 70, died in 1955 and was buried in St Mary's, Hornby.
   93 M    viii. George Oswin Ingledew-[119] was born on 27 Jun 1873 in Tynemouth 11 50, was christened on 11 Sep 1873 in Haltwhistle 71 and died in 1953 40. Another name for George was Oswin.

Lived in Catterick.

On March 31st 1901 was recorded as being a Farm Pupil at Street House with his older brother William, and his sisters Mary and Annie - all unmarried. 40 63

   94 M    ix. Walter A. Ingledew-[118] was born in 1877 in Tynemouth 50 and died circa 1936 in Bardon Mill, Northumberland 40.

D.O.B. could be + or - one year.

With mother at time of 1901 census - Articled pupil. 63

+ 95 M    x. Wilfred Ingledew-[123] , died in 1926 40.
   96 M    xi. Malabar Ingledew-[125] .

Died young 40

37. John Pybus Ingledew-[15] (Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born on 27 Oct 1832 in Newcastle On Tyne, was christened on 16 Nov 1832 in St Nicholas Parish Reg & Nonconform., Newcastle 28, died on 31 Dec 1915 in Angleham, 9 Cathedral Rd, Cardiff and was buried in Cardiff City Cemetery 32.

Extract from Western Mail, Saturday, Jan !st. 1916

OBITUARY - Mr. J.P. INGLEDEW - The Doyen of Cardiff Solicitors

Mr. J.P. Ingledew, the doyen of the Cardiff legal profession, died at his residence in Cathedral Road, Cardiff on Friday, in his 84th. year.
Mr. John Pybus Ingledew was the third son of Alderman Henry Ingledew, of the firm of Ingledew & Daggett, solicitors of Newcastle-on-Tyne. This firm was founded in the year 1817 and is now being carried on at the same place under the style of Ingledew & Fenwick. Alderman Ingledew died at the age of 96, being the "Father" of the legal profession, and also of the Newcastle Corporation, and probably the oldest resident in the city. Mr. J.P. Ingledew was born at Newcastle in the year 1832, and was educated at Dr. Bruce's Academy. He was articled to his father, and after serving a portion of his articles at Torquay was admitted as a solicitor during the Easter term of 1856. Shortly afterwards he came to Cardiff, and commenced his professional career at the Bute Docks. After residing at Cardiff for a few years, his health was so far restored that he thought he would return to Newcastle, but after remaining there for a few months the climatic influences were such that he determined to return to Cardiff, and he had been in practice in the city ever since.
In his early days Mr. Ingledew was particularly identified with the local work connected with maritime affairs, and his and his father's firms were considered amongst the leading firms of maritime solicitors in the country. In the year 1879, on the retirement of Mr. Benjamin Matthews from the position of solicitor to the Taff Vale Railway, Mr. Ingledew was appointed as solicitor to that Company, and he occupied that position until recent years, when his second son, Mr. Hugh M. Ingledew, undertook that particular work. Shortly after Mr. Ingledew came to Cardiff, Mr. T.H. Stephens established himself at the Bute Docks, and in their earlier days they divided the mercantile business between them. Although they were strenuously opposed to one another in business, the strongest ties of friendship existed betweenthem. In fact Mr. Stephens acted as "best man" to Mr. Ingledew at his wedding in 1857, and they were closely associated in private life until the death of Mr. Stephens several years ago. About the year 1866 Mr. Ingledew entered into partnership with Mr. Francis Ince, and the firm was carried on in Cardiff and subsequently in London under the style of Ingledew & Ince.
In 1872 Mr. Ivor Vachell joined the Cardiff firm, and the business was carried on under the style of Ingledew, Ince and Vachell, and after some changes the London business was carried on under the style of Ingledew, Ince and Colt. At the end of 1892 the businesses came to an end by effluxion of time, and Mr. Ingledew with his sons Messrs. Arthur and Hugh established the firm of Ingledew & Sons in Mount Stuart Square, Cardiff, subsequently being joined by Mr. T.R. Thompson jun., and Mr. Norman Ingledew. Mr. Ingledew's London agents are Messrs. Williamson, Hill & Co., the founder of which firm were the London agents of Mr. Alderman Henry Ingledew when he commenced practice in 1817...
...the late Mr. Ingledew served for six years on the old Cardiff Town Council, retiring in the early seventies, and he held a seat on the magisterial bench for many years. He was a director of the management committee of the Cardiff Gas Company, and also a director of the Newport Patent Fuel Company. He had been president of the Cardiff Law Society, and was one of the founders of the Cardiff Book Club. In politics he was a staunch Unionist, and he was a prominent supporter of the present Lord Halsbury when he contested Cardiff. He also did much to aid the candidature of Mr. Henry Harben and the Hon. Arthur Guest.
Whilst serving his articles at Newcastle Mr. Ingledew ruptured a blood vessel in the lungs, and under medical advice he travelled all over the world, voyaging in a sailing ship. He was in the Crimea at the time of the war, and was present at the siege of Balaclava. The experience he thus gained gave him that thorough knowledge of maritime matters which enabled him to become in his practice one of the leading authorities on Admiralty, maritime and commercial law.
Mr. Ingledew had seen great changes in Cardiff, having witnessed the development of the port and the growth of the coal trade of the district from very small beginnings to their present gigantic proportions. The Bute East dock had just been opened when he started practice, but although the Penarth dock was authorised in the following year- 1857- they were not opened until 1863. As solicitor to the Taff Vale railway Company, he was of course intimately associated with the strenuous parliamentary fighting which took place in 1883 and 1884 on the promotion of the Barry Dock undertaking, which received parliamentary sanction in the latter year, and was opened in 1889....At the time of the famous Taff Vale strike of 1900 Mr. Ingledew was away on his holidays, but he hurried back and the strain of the work he was then called upon to do led to a severe illness, from the effects of which he had since more or less suffered.

From 1891 Census :
Dwelling - 33 Crockherb Town
Census place - Cardiff St. John
Family of nine, Arthur articled to solicitors, plus a resident staff of seven, being governess/teacher, two housemaids, cook, nurse, laundress & kitchen maid.

From Reminiscences :
As a young man was sent to school to Catterick, but found there was only one wash basin for all 30 boys, who had to use the same water in order of seniority. He ran away and was later educated at Dr. Bruce's Academy in Newcastle.
After being articled to his father, his health broke down and he was threatened with lung trouble. Advised to take a long sea voyage he shipped as supercargo in a client's brig sailing for Quebec in 1853 and after a voyage of 110 days arrived in a state of collapse and was taken to the home of a timber exporter called Herring who with his wife nursed him for six weeks and became close friends of the family for at least 50 years...

On returning from Canada his doctors again prescribed a sea voyage and the next trip was to Alexandria and up the Nile to Luxor.
A third trip was taken in 1855, to Sebastopol in the Crimea at the time of the war with Russia.
J.P.I. kept diaries of all these journeys, which N.G.M.I. now has. He also kept about 50 letters which were written to him at this time mostly by family members and N.G.M.I. also has these.

In 1859 there was a law firm operating in Cardiff under the name "Ingledew and Daggett".

From "A Brief History of Ince & Co." :
In 1866 Francis Ince, 25 years old, newly married and admitted only a year earlier, joined John Ingledew in Cardiff to form the partnership of Ingledew Ince. At that time Ingledew, some ten years his senior, was making 300 as Solicitor and 200 as Notary.
To put it mildly, Francis made quite an impact. He developed a practice in shipping and commercial law and by 1868 his one-third share of the profits exceeded 2000.
Ingledew's London agent was a Mr Bennett. In 1869 Bennett dropped dead in his office and his clerks feared that the business would immediately break up. They sent a telegram to Francis, who had been articled in London and had sat for a time in Bennett's office, asking him urgently to come and take over. Francis discussed this with Ingledew and they agreed that he should do it.
Reading between the lines, it may be that Ingledew welcomed the prospect of a quiter life without Francis. And Francis , for his part, insisted as a condition of his move that Ingledew must take in as partner the young and bright Mr Vachell.
So 1870 is the year when the forerunner of Ince & Co. first established itself in London.
For a time Cardiff and London were in effect branches of the same firm (with Francis now taking half the profits of each). Cardiff became "Ingledew Ince & Vachell" and London became "Ingledew Ince & Greening".
...Francis had to start from scratch in developing a London practice in shipping and commercial law. Armed with a letter of introduction to Messrs Shaw Savill, he laid the foundations of the London firm.
Greening was not a success. In Francis' words, he was "a good clerk, but a bad master". He was soon "persuaded to retire" and the London firm became Ingledew Ince.
Ingledew retired in 1880 and this seems to be the date, although it may have been a little earlier, when the partnership between him and Francis was dissolved and the London firm became independent of its Welsh parent. Colt had replaced Ingledew and on Ingledew's retirement the London name became Ince & Colt. 32

John married Susan Jane Murray-[16] [MRIN:6], daughter of George Murray-[85] and Williamina Brown-[86], in 1857.


Children from this marriage were:

   97 M    i. Henry Percy Ingledew-[32] was born in 1858 and died in 1888.

"Admitted as a solicitor in 1881. He practiced in Cardiff as Ingledew & Rees - got Rheumatic Fever - I can just remember him as a sick man walking about on crutches. "

Extract from 1881 census : Henry P. INGLEDEW Visitor U Male 22 Cardiff Solicitor Articled Clerk Wilhamena MURRAY Visitor U Female 46 London, London, Middlesex, England (Address of Lodgings : 28 White Rock Place, Hastings St Mary Magdalen, Sussex) 27

   98 F    ii. Margaret Alice Ingledew-[33] was born in 1861 and died in 1910.

Margaret married Sydney W Jenkins-[87] [MRIN:25].

+ 99 M    iii. Arthur Murray Ingledew-[34] was born in 1863 and died in 1950.
+ 100 M    iv. Hugh Murray Ingledew-[35] was born in 1865 and died in 1937.
   101 F    v. Christine Ingledew-[36] was born in 1869 and died in 1938.

From her husband's obituary, newspaper cutting :

" Mrs Sheen will be well remembered in Cardiff for the valuable work she did for the Royal Infirmary, The Red Cross, the Queen's Nurses Institute, and other philanthropic institutions." 32

Christine married Alfred William Sheen Cbe Md Ms Frcs-[226] [MRIN:77], son of Dr. Alfred Sheen-[974] and Unknown, in Jun 1898 in Cardiff 73.

   102 F    vi. Ethel Ingledew-[37] was born in 1871 and died in 1954.
+ 103 M    vii. Charles Murray Ingledew-[38] was born in 1873 and died in 1959.
   104 F    viii. Beatrice Mary Ingledew-[39] was born in 1875 and died on 15 Sep 1910.
+ 105 M    ix. Norman Murray Ingledew-[11] was born on 2 Feb 1880 in Penarth, Glamorgan, S. Wales, died on 22 Mar 1963 and was buried in Lisvane, Cardiff.
   106 F    x. Gladys Joan Ingledew-[40] was born on 24 Dec 1882 and died in Jan 1972. Another name for Gladys was Always known as Joan.

"Joan" lived at Newbury and during her working years ran a small dressmaking business from her sitting room in Northbrook St. 32

39. Ann Ingledew-[1041] (Joseph18, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born on 26 Aug 1818 in Danby Wiske 35, was christened on 4 Sep 1819 in Danby Wiske 36 and died on 18 Mar 1898 in Great Langton, Yorks 35.

After marrying, lived at Kirkby Fleetham.

In 1847 the family moved to Langton farm, Great Langton. They celebrated their wedding anniversary there in 1890, upon which occasion two photographs were taken which are still in existence.

"Cousin Ann has also got an increase to her family in the shape of a little boy she has now a family of eight." - Letter written by James Henry Ingledew to JPI 24 Apr 1853. 35

Ann married Matthew Peacock-[1042] [MRIN:370] on 23 Sep 1840 in St Mary's, Kirkby Fleetham 35.


Children from this marriage were:

   107 F    i. Margaret Jane Peacock-[1080] 18 was christened on 10 Feb 1841 in Kirkby Fleetham 74.

2 mths old at the time of the 1841 census.

Staying at Lowfields with her grandparents at the 1851 census.

Was a housekeeper at Lowfields until her marriage.

Margaret married Richard Hodgson-[1100] [MRIN:382] on 15 May 1867 18.

   108 F    ii. Mary Peacock-[1043] 18 35 was christened on 8 Dec 1841 in St Mary's, Kirkby Fleetham 18 74 and was buried on 29 Mar 1914 in St Wilfred's, Great Langton 18.

When Mary was 5 years old her family moved to Langton Farm, where she lived for the rest of her life. After the death of her parents she and Emily and Joseph - all unmarried - continued to live at Langton farm. Thet brought up their neice Mary (Molly) Peacock from the age of 3. Molly was the twin daughter of Christopher and Jane Peacock from Kiplin and one of 8 children. 18

   109 F    iii. Ann Ingledew Peacock-[1044] 35 74 was christened on 19 Apr 1843 in St Mary's, Kirkby Fleetham 74 and was buried on 21 Apr 1843 in St Mary's, Kirkby Fleetham 18.
   110 M    iv. Thomas Kirk Peacock-[1045] 35 was christened on 14 Mar 1844 in Kirkby Fleetham 74.

Got a job in Wales as manager on the Ruperra estate owned by Lord Tredegar. 35

Thomas married Sarah A. Unknown-[1101] [MRIN:383].

   111 M    v. Joseph Ingledew Peacock-[1046] 35 was christened on 25 Dec 1845 in St Mary's, Kirkby Fleetham and was buried on 8 Jul 1913 in St Wilfred's, Great Langton.

Served an apprenticeship as a draper in Northallerton.

Appointed a director of Northallerton Stock Mart three months before his death. 18

+ 112 M    vi. James Henry Peacock-[1047] 35 was christened on 22 Aug 1847 in Kirkby Fleetham 74 and was buried on 12 Feb 1943 in Bury.
   113 M    vii. John William Peacock-[1048] 18 35 was born on 17 Jul 1849 in Great Langton, Yorks 18, was christened on 10 Oct 1849 in Great Langton, Yorks 18 and was buried on 1 Aug 1862 in St Wilfred's, Great Langton 18.

Killed by a fall from a pony 18

+ 114 M    viii. Matthew Henry Peacock-[1049] 18 35 was christened on 22 Mar 1851 in St Wilfred's, Great Langton 18 and was buried on 25 Apr 1931 in St Wilfred's, Great Langton 18.
+ 115 M    ix. Christopher James Peacock-[1050] 18 35 was christened on 8 May 1853 in St Wilfred's, Great Langton 18, died in Kiplin 18 and was buried on 5 Jan 1925 in St Wilfred's, Great Langton 18.
+ 116 F    x. Elizabeth Ann Peacock-[1051] 18 35 was christened on 14 Oct 1855 in St Wilfred's, Great Langton 18 and was buried in St Mary's, Bolton On Swale 18.
   117 F    xi. Emily Caroline Peacock-[1052] 18 35 was christened on 20 Dec 1857 in St Wilfred's, Great Langton 18 and was buried on 17 Jun 1933 in St Wilfred's, Great Langton 18.
+ 118 M    xii. Septimous Albert Peacock-[1053] 18 35 was born on 17 Jul 1859 18, was christened on 23 Jun 1861 in St Wilfred's, Great Langton 18 and died in 1913 in Kirkby Fleetham 18.
+ 119 M    xiii. Charles Octavious Peacock-[1054] 18 35 was christened on 23 Jun 1861 in St Wilfred's, Great Langton 18 and died in 1927 in Manchester 18.
   120 F    xiv. Agnes Ingledew Peacock-[1055] 18 35 was christened on 19 Apr 1863 in St Wilfred's, Great Langton 18 and was buried on 29 Mar 1864 in St Wilfred's, Great Langton 18.
+ 121 M    xv. Alfred William Peacock-[1056] 18 35 was christened on 17 Nov 1864 in St Wilfred's, Great Langton 18.
42. James Ingledew-[148] (Joseph18, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born in 1832 in West Lowfield 19, was christened on 28 Mar 1833 in Kirkby Fleetham 11 39 and was buried in 1918 in Fencote Churchyard 40.

Of Low Fields, Kirkby Fleetham.

James Ingledew refers to him as James Henry Ingledew ( same as his paternal grandfather ?) and says that he died in 1917. Farmer.

The 1881 census shows him and his family living at Lowfield House, aged 48, farmer of 343 acres.

Farmer Of 343 Acres Employing 5 Men 2 Boys And 3 Women 8 40

James married Mary Ann Earle-[149] [MRIN:45].


Children from this marriage were:

+ 122 M    i. John Earle Ingledew-[150] was born in 1868 in Kirkby Fleetham 50 and died in 1948.
+ 123 M    ii. James Henry Ingledew-[154] was born in 1870 in Kirkby Fleetham 50 and died in 1936.
   124 F    iii. Florence Margaret Ingledew-[126] was born in 1874 in Lowfields, Kirkby Fleetham 40 50 and died circa 1957 33. Another name for Florence was Florrie.

Birth date could be one year out. (Extrapolated from census)

Florence married William Clifford Ingledew-[121] [MRIN:36], son of James Henry Ingledew-[112] and Mary Carrick-[115].

43. Christopher James Davison Ingledew-[160] (Christopher21, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born on 25 Nov 1833 and was christened on 29 Dec 1833 in Northallerton.

Author of "History of Northallerton", published 1858 by private subscription.
List of subscribers includes seven Ingledews.
The book was published by Bell & Daldry, and printed by Septimus A. Cail (cousin).
NGMI has a copy.

Assumed the additional Christian name of Davison in 1854

Of the middle temple, F.G.H.S. 41

Christopher married Emma Eeles-[161] [MRIN:51], daughter of Thomas Eeles-[252] and Unknown, on 9 Jan 1855 43.


Children from this marriage were:

   125 M    i. Robert Davison Ingledew-[162] was born on 22 Sep 1855 in Northallerton 75, was christened on 19 Oct 1855 in Northallerton 76 and died in Mar 1872 in Newcastle On Tyne 77.
   126 M    ii. Christopher Eeles Ingledew-[163] was born on 11 Jul 1857 in Northallerton 43 and was christened on 5 Aug 1857 in Northallerton 78.
   127 F    iii. Christina Emma Ingledew-[442] was born on 3 Jul 1859, was christened on 27 Jul 1859 in Northallerton 79 and died in Mar 1872 in Newcastle On Tyne 80.
   128 F    iv. Fanny Ingledew-[443] was christened on 17 Jun 1861 in Northallerton 81 and died in Mar 1862 in Northallerton 82.
45. Joseph Ingledew-[1072] (George Lynas25, John14, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was christened on 17 Jun 1816 in Skelton By Guisborough, Yorks. 46, died on 5 Jun 1894 and was buried in St Cuthbert's Church, Marton 47.

In 1881 Census: Dwelling - Shoemakers shop in Marton in Middlesbrough
Occupation - Shoemaker

Was Parish Clerk for 48 years. 83 84

Joseph married Ann Easton-[1089] [MRIN:376].

Living at Marton 1851 census (age 43) 84


Children from this marriage were:

+ 129 F    i. Jane Ingledew-[1267] was born on 25 Jun 1838 in Marton 25.
   130 M    ii. Charles Ingledew-[1268] 25 was born in 1842 in Marton, died on 1 May 1865 and was buried in St Cuthbert's Church, Marton 47.
   131 M    iii. John Thomas Ingledew-[1090] 83 was christened on 19 Jul 1846 in Marton In Middlesbrough 83, died on 3 Apr 1876 and was buried in St Cuthbert's Church, Marton 47.

Living at Marton 1851 84

   132 M    iv. Henry Ingledew-[1091] 83 was christened on 14 Dec 1851 in Marton In Middlesbrough 83, died on 17 Jan 1885 and was buried in St Cuthbert's Church, Marton 47.

Occupation: Joiner
With parents and wife on census day 1881

Henry married Sarah Unknown-[1092] [MRIN:377].

48. John Ingledew-[1058] (George Lynas25, John14, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was christened on 21 Aug 1825 in Great Ayton 48 and died on 30 Jan 1889 in Marton 24.

Born at Nunthorpe

A labourer 24

John married Catharine Hodgson-[1145] [MRIN:393], daughter of John Hodgson-[1189] and Ann Leng-[1190], on 16 May 1846 in Middlesbrough 24.


Children from this marriage were:

   133 M    i. Thomas Ingledew-[1146] 24 was born in 1848 in Broughton 24.
+ 134 M    ii. James Ingledew-[1147] 24 was born on 5 May 1849 in Great Broughton, Stokesley 24.
   135 M    iii. Hodgson Ingledew-[1148] 24 was born on 18 Jul 1847 in Kirby 24.
   136 F    iv. Martha Ingledew-[1149] 24 was born on 26 Oct 1855 in Stokesley 24.

Martha married John William Wilson-[1151] [MRIN:394].

   137 F    v. Annabella Ingledew-[1150] 24 was born in 1860 in Marton 24.
52. George Ingledew-[1034] (George Lynas25, John14, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was christened on 6 Mar 1831 in Great Ayton 48.

George Ingledew/Jane Hebdon 25/10/1851 Skelton
Witnesses: Jane Hebdon/Robert Luggett

George married Jane Hebdon-[1037] [MRIN:368] on 25 Oct 1851 in Skelton By Guisborough, Yorks. 11.


Children from this marriage were:

   138 M    i. James Henry Ingledew-[1069] was christened on 12 Aug 1852 in Skelton By Guisborough, Yorks. 46.
   139 F    ii. Elizabeth Mary Ingledew-[1067] was christened on 31 May 1854 in Skelton By Guisborough, Yorks. 46.
   140 M    iii. Henry James Ingledew-[1066] was christened on 17 Jan 1856 in Skelton By Guisborough, Yorks. 46.
   141 F    iv. Anne Maria Ingledew-[1063] was christened on 9 Oct 1857 in Skelton By Guisborough, Yorks. 46.

Married in June 1876 85

   142 M    v. George Thomas Ingledew-[1038] was christened on 6 Mar 1860 in Skelton By Guisborough, Yorks. 46.
   143 F    vi. Louisa Ingledew-[1064] was christened on 6 Jul 1862 in Skelton By Guisborough, Yorks. 46.
+ 144 F    vii. Sarah Jane Ingledew-[1070] was christened on 28 Apr 1864 in Skelton By Guisborough, Yorks. 46.
   145 F    viii. Emily Ingledew-[1065] was christened on 16 Nov 1868 in Skelton By Guisborough, Yorks. 46.

Married in Guisborough Dec 1895 87

   146 M    ix. Walter Ingledew-[1071] was christened on 23 Apr 1870 in Skelton By Guisborough, Yorks. 46.

Ingledew, Walter d.1936 - Bardon Mill, Northumberland ?? (I don't know if this is the same Walter) 5

   147 F    x. Henrietta Ingledew-[1068] was christened on 25 Jun 1872 in Skelton By Guisborough, Yorks. 46.

In the 1881 Census:

Henrietta INGLEDEW Niece U Female 8 Skelton, York, England Scholar
Thomas HALL Head M Male 40 Stockton, Durham, England Drapers Assistant
Ann HALL Wife M Female 39 Newton, York, England

Source Information:
Dwelling 13 Regents Place
Census Place Stranton, Durham, England
Family History Library Film 1342181
Public Records Office Reference RG11
Piece / Folio 4910 / 171
Page Number 42

Presumably Ann Hall is Jane Hebdon's sister.

59. James Ingledew-[663] (John29, John14, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born on 20 Dec 1831 in Kirkby Thore, Westmorland 55 and was christened on 15 Jan 1832 in Wesleyan Church, Appleby, Westmorland 54.

Christening recorded in Paternoster Row Wesleyan Methodist Registry, London

From BULMER'S Directory of Cumberland 1901:
INGLEDEW Jas Pallat Hill Penrith

From 1901 census: James Ingledew, employer working at home, age 69, address Pallat Hill in Town: Newbiggin Dacre in ecclesiastical parish Dacre St Andrews in county of Cumberland (with wife Martha age 60)

From 1881 Census: Farmer 123 Ac 1 Man 2 Boys 63 88

James married Martha Unknown-[1081] [MRIN:373].


Children from this marriage were:

   148 M    i. Anthony A. Ingledew-[1082] 63 was born in 1876 in Newbiggin, Dacre, Cumberland 63.

Farmers son, single in 1901

1881 Census has Place of birth as Newbiggin, Cumberland

   149 F    ii. Emma C. Ingledew-[1083] 63 was born in 1879 in Newbiggin, Dacre, Cumberland 63.

1881 Census has Place of birth as Newbiggin, Cumberland

   150 M    iii. Alfred Ingledew-[1084] 63 was born in 1882 in Dacre, Cumberland 63.

Working on farm in 1901

61. William Ingledew-[664] (John29, John14, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was christened on 14 Nov 1836 in Wesleyan Church, Appleby, Westmorland 54.

I have no record of this marriage - however John CROSBY Ingledew indicates a high probability that his father William and this William are one and the same.

From 1901 Census: Wm Ingledew age 64 born Kirkby Thore, Corn Merchant, living at 43 Bradford Road North, Huddersfield with his wife Grace age 74

From 1881 census: Born Kirkley House, Westmorland, England Farm Bailiff At Lower Hall Kirklees
Hartshead, York, England
63

William married Grace Unknown-[1077] [MRIN:372].

1901 Census:

Grace Ingledew, age 74, born Cumberland Dacre - now living Huddersfield.

1881 Census: age 45, born Graystoke, Cumberland, England


Children from this marriage were:

   151 F    i. Margaret Emma Ingledew-[1078] was christened on 4 Nov 1864 in Dacre, Cumberland 89.

Single and living with parents in Huddersfield in 1901

In 1881 census described as a dressmaker 63

   152 M    ii. John Crosby Ingledew-[1079] was christened on 3 Aug 1866 in Dacre, Cumberland 89.

Residents of Askern College, 1881 Census


John INGLEDEW Age 15 from Penrith, Cumberland, England

1901 census:
Name
Age Where
Born Administrative
County Civil Parish Occupation John Ingledew 34 Cumberland Penrith Yorkshire Huddersfield Mill Manager Woollen

   153 F    iii. Hannah C Ingledew-[1085] 63 was born in 1869 in Edenhall, Cumberland 63.

Married, but with parents and sister in Huddersfield on Mar 31st 1901

Hannah married Unknown Heming-[1086] [MRIN:374].

   154 F    iv. Matilda Ingledew-[1260] 50 was born in 1872 in Eden Hall, Cumberland, England 50.

Seventh Generation (4th Great Grandchildren)


63. William Henry Cail-[24] (Anne I'anson Ingledew32, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was christened on 28 Feb 1849 in Gateshead, Durham 57 and died in 1925 in 5 Victoria Square, Newcastle.

In 1881 W.C. was living in Eskdale Terrace, Jesmond and was described as a Russian Merchant. (1881 census)

There is a cutting from a newspaper in N.M.I.'s scrapbook headed " British Football Team on Tour." It shows a photograph of "The British Rugby football team leaving Waterloo Station ( London) for South Africa, where they are to play 26 matches, including 3 test matches." It is dated 28th. May 1910, and features Wm. Cail with what would later be called the British Lions leaving for a tour.
The team won 13 matches, drew 2 matches, and lost 9 matches.
Of the test matches they lost 2, and won one.
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Also from N.M.I.'s scrapbook: Cutting from "The Evening Chronicle", Wednesday 25th. November 1925
The death took place at 1.30 this afternoon at his residence, 5, Victoria Square, of Alderman William Cail, one of Newcastle's most respected residents. Alderman Cail, who was 75 years of age, had been in failing health for some time.
Alderman Cail sprang from a family which had rendered distinguished service to Newcastle, and he himself gave unsparingly of his time and ability for the city. As The next member of the family to take a prominent part in local government was Mr. Richard Cail, Alderman Cail's uncle, who was Sheriff in 1866, Mayor in 1872, and again in 1879. Alderman Ingledew was the deceased gentleman's grandfather.
The next member of the family to take a prominent part in local government was Mr. Richard Cail, Alderman Cail's uncle, who was Sheriff in 1866, Mayor in 1872, and again in 1879. In 1870 another uncle, Mr. William Daggett, was Sheriff, and Alderman Cail's father-in-law Mr. William Stewart, occupied the office six years later.
Alderman Cail was thus the sixth member of his family to accept the duties of a city father, and he was the fourth to rise to the dignity of the Aldermanic bench.
The deceased gentleman was not a Novocastrian by birth. He was born in Gateshead in the year 1849, the son of Mr. Septimus Cail, but he lived so long in the town on the northern bank of the Tyne that he could claim Newcastle as his own.
He was educated at Spencer's School, Clayton Street, Newcastle, and afterwards proceeded to Cannstatt, Stuttgart, and Paris, where he devoted his attention to the study of analytical chemistry, passing from the Sorbonne, Paris, to the eminent laboratory of M. Polouze, who was at that time master of the Imperial Mint.
Returning to England, Alderman Cail was appointed analytical chemist at the Walker Alkali Works, and on the retirement of Mr. R. C. Clephan, he became manager of the company.
When the works were sold to the United Alkali Company they were afterwards dismantled, and Ald. Cail commenced business on his own account as an import and export merchant on the Newcastle quayside. He became head of the firm of William Cail and Partners and managing director of the Cail Bitmo Company, Ltd........
.... Alderman Cail had a long career in the rugby world; and to him the game in Northumberland owes a great deal. Whilst being educated abroad he was the first to introduce rugby on the Continent. ("Rugby has been played in English public schools in Germany since the mid-19th century and it is worth mentioning that William Cail, later a President of the Rugby Football Union, played at Klosesche Anstalten in Stuttgart in 1865.") On his return to England he, along with his brother, founded the Northumberland Rugby Union, and also established the Northern Rugby Club, of which organisation he wa made a life member many years ago.
As a player he was an excellent three quarter back, and for several seasons played regularly for that club. Of the former body he filled the office of hon. treasurer for 26 years, and he was also president for some considerable time.
In 1882 Alderman Cail was elected the county representative of the Rugby Union Committee, and ten years later he was elected president. But his best work for the game from the national standpoint was as hon. treasurer of the English Rugby Union, a position he filled since 1894. He had also been one of England's representatives on the International Board since its inception, and it was through his determined attitude against professionalism in rugby that the Northern Union was brought into being.
Alderman Cail was always a fine example of playing rugby for the game's sake, and he was an out and out amateur. He was the author of the present form of the Laws of the Game, and of those against professionalism. The present position of the English Rugby Union's finances is largely due to his business acumen and perspicacity. He was chiefly responsible for the purchase of the Twickenham ground in 1909-10.
In other branches of sport Alderman Cail held his own. He was a good batsman and a fairly useful bowler, and was one of the originators of the Northumberland County Cricket Club, of which body he acted as treasurer.
He was an expert yachtsman and always sailed his own boats, and at one time had one of the fastest on the North-East coast. He was one of the founders of the Northumberland Yacht Club, its first Vice-Commodore and its second Commodore....
...At rowing and sculling he was an especial adept, and held the amateur championship of the Tyne when sculling was at its height of popularity in the North. He annually competed at the various northern regattas and won over 50 prizes.
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Newspaper cutting:
During this week's celebration of the thirtieth anniversary of Newcastle's electric tramway system,a name intimately connected with the growth of this system has escaped general observation. This is the late Alderman William Cail, the first chairman, who with Mrs. Cail laid the first electric tramway at the foot of Northumberland Street, in front of Lowes' shop. Mr. Cail travelled extensively to obtain information which proved of the utmost value to the Corporation of Newcastle in regard to tramways. He studied the electric tramway systems of Germany, France, Holland, Belgium, Norway, Sweden, Denmark and made a lengthy stay in Russia, all at his own expense.
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Lived at 5 Victoria Square Newcastle in 1913.

Was christened "William Cail" - I don't know where the "Henry" came from. 32

William married Jane Stewart-[25] [MRIN:7], daughter of James Stewart-[72] and Elizabeth Pattison-[71], in 1878.

Mrs Jane Cail, who gave ungrudging public service in Newcastle and was a power in the building up of the women's influence in politics in north Newcastle in particular, passed away at her home, 5 Victoria Square, Jesmond, on Saturday. She was not only a leader in the cause of Unionism on Tyneside, but her example was an inspiration to all.
Mrs. Cail, who was aged 78 years, was predeceased by her husband, Alderman William Cail, about seven years ago. She was believed to be one of the oldest members of the Primrose League. She was a practical supporter of the Junior Imperial League, her prize awards on various occasions being much appreciated.
Mrs. Cail was a Justice of the Peace for about six years. She proved an admirable chairman at meetings, her fine influence being felt by her co-workers. A woman of much charm and striking personality, her work will not soon be forgotten. Mrs Cail had the distinction of performing the ceremony of laying the first tramline in the city at the foot of Northumberland Street. She was a member of Jesmond Parish Church. The interment is to take place at Jesmond Old Cemetery today (Monday September 26th.) at 12 noon.
(Newspaper cutting, with photograph) 32


Children from this marriage were:

+ 155 M    i. William Cail-[262] was born on 3 Dec 1879 in Newcastle On Tyne 50 90 and died in 1928.
   156 F    ii. Vera I'anson Cail-[12] was born on 24 May 1883, died on 11 Nov 1935 and was buried in Lisvane, Cardiff.

Vera married Norman Murray Ingledew-[11] [MRIN:4], son of John Pybus Ingledew-[15] and Susan Jane Murray-[16], on 16 Jun 1908 in St. Nicholas' Cathedral, Newcastle On Tyne.

+ 157 F    iii. Esmee Cail-[263] was born on 10 Oct 1884 90 and died in 1975.
64. Henry Cail-[249] (Anne I'anson Ingledew32, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was christened on 23 Apr 1851 in Gateshead, Durham 57. Another name for Henry was Harry.

Describeed as a Spanish Merchant living at Saltwell Cottages, Gateshead in 1881. 50

Henry married Emma Constance Eicholtz-[250] [MRIN:87].

Birth date extrapolated from 1881 census could be + or - one year.


Children from this marriage were:

   158 F    i. Nora Cail-[227] was born in 1879 in Whickham 50 and died in 1933.

Nora married Charles Murray Ingledew-[38] [MRIN:78], son of John Pybus Ingledew-[15] and Susan Jane Murray-[16], in 1904.

+ 159 F    ii. Mary Cail-[295] was born in 1880 in Whickham 50 and died in 1973.
+ 160 M    iii. Harry Ingledew Cail-[324] was born in 1881.
67. Richard Cail-[332] (Anne I'anson Ingledew32, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born on 25 Nov 1856, was christened on 31 Dec 1856 in Gateshead, Durham 57 and died on 4 Oct 1929 in Cailmount, Saskatchewan, Canada 58.

Farmer in Canada

Richard (Dick) went out to Canada in 1882 he was so sick on the boat that he vowed never to repeat the trip. He took up homesteading in Assiniboia,North West Territories in June 1882. In 1883 he was asked by the Jones family if he would collect a lady visitor from the station, this was Helen Elizabeth Baker ( Nellie) from Liverpool, they married in 1883.

Donated two acres of land for the use of a new school in 1900, which was named Cailmount in his honour.

He was secretary for the school, Justice of the Peace, Reeve for Moosamin Municipality, and ran the Post Office. 58

Richard married Helen Elizabeth Baker-[1342] [MRIN:118], daughter of Joseph Baker-[1343] and Mary Francis-[1344], on 6 Feb 1884 in Cailmount, Saskatchewan, Canada 58.

Buried Welwyn Cemetery

Had two sisters, one of which (Louie) was John Massey's grandmother 58


Children from this marriage were:

+ 161 F    i. Stella Cail-[333] 58 was born on 5 Dec 1884 in Cailmount, Saskatchewan, Canada 58 and died on 6 Jul 1966 in Cailmount, Saskatchewan, Canada 58.
   162 F    ii. Lily Cail-[337] 58 was born circa 1887 in Cailmount, Saskatchewan, Canada 58 and died circa 1919 in Cailmount, Saskatchewan, Canada 58.
+ 163 F    iii. Elsie Cail-[338] 58 was born on 26 Oct 1890 in Cailmount, Saskatchewan, Canada 58 and died on 11 Nov 1984 58.
68. John Cail-[339] (Anne I'anson Ingledew32, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was christened on 29 Sep 1858 in Gateshead, Durham 57.

Living with parents in 1881. Described as a Stationer in the census. 50

John married Helen Kaye-Hamilton-[340] [MRIN:120].


Children from this marriage were:

+ 164 F    i. Mildred Cail-[341] .
   165 M    ii. Geoffrey Cail-[348] .

Geoffrey married Phyllis __________-[349] [MRIN:124].

71. Walter Cail-[353] (Anne I'anson Ingledew32, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born in 1863 in Newcastle On Tyne 11.

"Printer" on the 1881 census - living at home at that time. (18, Hawthorn Terrace, Elswick) 50

Walter married ____________________.


Children from this marriage were:

   166 F    i. Hester Cail-[354] .
+ 167 F    ii. Phyllis Cail-[355] .
   168 F    iii. Lesley Cail-[364] , died in 1963.

Lesley married Arthur Haslen-[365] [MRIN:130].

72. Hilda Cail-[366] (Anne I'anson Ingledew32, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born in 1868 in Newcastle On Tyne 11.

Living with her parents in 1881 50

Hilda married William Wilson-[367] [MRIN:131].


Children from this marriage were:

+ 169 F    i. Annie Wilson-[368] .
75. William Daggett XI-[101] (William Daggett33, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born in 1856 and died in 1923.

Admitted as a solicitor in 1880, practiced in Newcastle on his own.

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Not listed in the IGI parish records for St Nicholas' Newcastle - all his (assumed) brothers and sisters are. 27

William married Beatrice Evangeline Harcus-[102] [MRIN:30].

From Australia 8


Children from this marriage were:

   170 M    i. William Reginald Daggett XII-[103] was born in 1888 and died in 1916. Another name for William was Rex.

Killed in action in Gallipoli 1916 - lived in Australia

William married Hilda Stephenson-[104] [MRIN:31].

   171 M    ii. Brian Ingledew Daggett-[105] was born in 1889 and died in 1890.
   172 M    iii. Cedric Hunten Daggett XI-[106] was born in 1890 and died in 1917.

Killed in France (1st.world war)

   173 M    iv. Harry Cecil Daggett-[107] was born in 1898 and died in 1948.

Harry married Dorothy Magritte-[108] [MRIN:32].

87. Henry Ingledew-[117] (James Henry35, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born in Newcastle On Tyne 50, was christened on 12 Apr 1861 in Haltwhistle 65 and died in 1955. Another name for Henry was Harry.

An (unknown) newspaper cutting which NGMI has:

Title: Old Mr. Ingledew came of a long lived stock. A legal veteran, Mr. Henry Ingledew, died yesterday aged 93.
His elder sister, 96 years old, survives him.
His grandfather, Mayor of Newcastle in 1860, died at the age of 97.
Solicitor, Freeman of Newcastle, Merchant Adventurer, and traveller, Mr. Ingledew, as a boy, did not like school. But when articled to his solicitor father took to the law quickly, passing his examinations in less than the five years of articles.
He retired three years before his 90th. birthday from the firm of Ingledew, Mather and Dickinson, in which he was senior partner, specialising in mercantile law.

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" ...admitted (as a solicitor) 1882, is at the time of writing 87 (1949) and has just retired from business on account of blindness. He is I suppose the chief of the clan, and in direct succession to his grandfather in the Newcastle practice."

At the time of the 1881 census was an articled clerk living at home. 27

Henry married Ethel Frain-[131] [MRIN:38].

was 93 (or 94 ?) when she died

Her father was a Newcastle doctor or surgeon 33 40


Children from this marriage were:

+ 174 F    i. Phyllis Ingledew-[132] was born in 1900 and died in 1979.
91. Alfred Edward Ingledew-[122] (James Henry35, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born in Tynemouth 50 and was christened on 29 Nov 1869 in Haltwhistle 69.

Alfred married ____________________.


Children from this marriage were:

   175 F    i. Enid Ingledew-[408] .

Had a son and daughter and lived near Ringwood, Hampshire 40

92. William Clifford Ingledew-[121] (James Henry35, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born in Tynemouth 50, was christened on 8 Mar 1872 in Haltwhistle 70, died in 1955 and was buried in St Mary's, Hornby.

Undated newspaper cutting :

Funeral of Mr. W.C. Ingledew.
There was a large gathering of mourners at the funeral at St. Mary's Church, Hornby, on Saturday, of Mr. William Clifford Ingledew, of Streethouse, Leeming Bar, who died on Wednesday, aged 84.
Mr. Ingledew was one of a family of ten. He farmed at Streethouse for 59 years and was a familiar figure at Northallerton and Bedale markets. A director of the Northallerton Auction Mart for 42 years, he was a trustee of the Hackforth Village Hall, and a former warden at St. Mary's, Hornby.
The funeral service was conducted by the Rev. B W Crawford, vicar of Crakehall and Hornby.
The chief mourners were : Mr. James Ingledew, son ; Miss V Ingledew, daughter ; Mr W Ingledew, Middleton St George ; Mr M Clark, Kirkby in Cleveland nephew and niece ; The Misses A and M Jones, of Scorton ; Mr and Mrs T B Earle, of Bolton Grange ; Mr J K Earle and Mr R Earle of Stanhow, cousins ; Mr H I Cail of Elmfield Hall was represented ....... 33

William married Florence Margaret Ingledew-[126] [MRIN:36], daughter of James Ingledew-[148] and Mary Ann Earle-[149].

Birth date could be one year out. (Extrapolated from census)


Children from this marriage were:

   176 F    i. Florence Mary Ingledew Mbe-[127] was born in 1908 and died on 7 Aug 2000 in Cornwall.

Retired from the WRNS in 1958, but continued to work at Culdrose for another 10 years.

   177 F    ii. Vivian Margaret Ingledew-[128] was born in 1913 40 and died circa 1998 33.
   178 M    iii. James Ingledew-[129] was born in 1915 in Street House, Leeming Bar, Northallerton and died in 1995 33.

Extracts from letter written 7th July 1966 to Mildred Humble-Smith :

My father, after marriage, and shortly before marriage, became a farmer, and I too am farming on the same farm here ( where I was born ). Curiously, Angleham is perhaps less than half a mile away in a straight line from here. Angleham is on the A.1. ( alias "The High Street", or the Great North Road or Leeming Lane ) at the East side ; I am on the west side.
Angleham is now owned by Mr Harold Clark, and he and his son farm the farm called Holtby Grange, and the son lives in Holtby Grange and Harold Clark in Angleham.
I asked Harold Clark if he had the deeds on Angleham. He said that he had "stacks" of them, some being written with a Quill pen. When he has time to go through them he will let me know which Ingledew first came to Angleham, which was used by the Newcastle Ingledews as a summer residence.

NGMI has the letter.
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In a letter written to Stuart Ingledew 17-May-1976:

Street House farmland sold to neighbour John Pybus, a third generation tenant farmer on Kirkby Fleetham estate.

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James married Margaret Graham-[130] [MRIN:37].

95. Wilfred Ingledew-[123] (James Henry35, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1), died in 1926 40.

In the 1881 census, there is no Wilfred or Malabar - however there is a James W.G. Ingledew, son, aged 12 months, born in Tynemouth. Probably Wilfred.

In the 1901 census James W G is a solicitors articled pupil age 21 living with his mother and brother and two sisters. 63

Wilfred married ____________________.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 179 F    i. Eileen Ingledew-[138] .
99. Arthur Murray Ingledew-[34] (John Pybus37, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born in 1863 and died in 1950.

" Born 1863, admitted (as a solicitor) 1886, now 85 stillgoing strong, the present head of the Cardiff firm of Ingledew & Sons and of the London firm of Ingledew Brown Bennison & Garrett.
Arthur was one of the first golfers in Wales. He and T.M. Barlow were the first Captain and Secretary of the Glamorganshire Golf Club at Penarth in about 1886 and is now the President of the Welsh Golfing Union of which he is a founder member formed over 50 years.
He has for many years been Chairman of the Exchange Club at the docks where he has been billiards champion time and again. A grand sportsman and a first class Admiralty and Commercial lawyer. For 15 years he was a member of the Council of the Law Society and became Vice-president and would have succeeded to the Presidency when he was 72, but feeling that the duties would be too arduous, he resigned in favour of a younger man."

Vessels registered in Great Yarmouth in 1920:

EES
26hp screw steamer 1911 YH9
87'3",19'7",9'6" Western Herring Fishing Co.Ltd., 4 Mount Stuart Square, Cardiff.
Manager: Arthur M. Ingledew (same address)


JS
26hp screw steamer 1911 YH15
80'6",19'7",9'6" Western Herring Fishing Co.Ltd., 4 Mount Stuart Square
Manager Arthur M. Ingledew, 35 Cathdral Road, Cardiff


Quick Set
30hp screw steamer 1919 YH5
81'4",18'9",9'0" Western Herring Fishing Co.Ltd., 4 Mount Stuart Square
Manager: Arthur M. Ingledew


True Friend
25hp screw steamer 1919 YH4
84'9",19'4",9'0" Western Herring Fishing Co.Ltd., 4 Mount Stuart Square, Cardiff.
Manager: Arthur M. Ingledew 27

Arthur married Edith M. Ingram-[88] [MRIN:26] in Mar 1895 in Cardiff 72.


Children from this marriage were:

   180 M    i. Henry Arthur Ingledew-[89] was born in 1899 and died in 1959.

Henry married Marjorie Aylward-[91] [MRIN:27] in 1934.

+ 181 M    ii. Lt. Colonel Hamilton Murray Ingledew-[90] was born in 1901 and died on 16 Jan 1945.
100. Hugh Murray Ingledew-[35] (John Pybus37, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born in 1865 and died in 1937.

Mr. Hugh M. Ingledew, the Cardiff solicitor and a well known South Wales figure, died today at his residence, Penhill House, Cardiff, after suffering but a short illness.
He was a member of the firm of Ingledew & sons, Mount Stuart Square, Cardiff.
A correspondent writes:- Mr. Hugh M. Ingledew was a gifted member of a notable family, and Cardiff public life will suffer a serious loss in his death. Born in Charles Street, Cardiff, he was the second son of the late Mr. J. P. Ingledew, founder of the well known firm of solicitors of Ingledew & sons. He had a successful career at King Edward School and Merton College, Oxford. He was articled to his father at the Cardiff office, and was admitted a solicitor in October 1890. He soon became recognised in his profession as a man of high capabilities and his services were sought in many directions in public life.
His work in connection with the establishment of the School of Mines at Treforest* was an instance of his constructive ability. Notwithstanding the tangle into which matters had been brought between the coalowners and the University College at Cardiff, Mr. Ingledew, probably more than anyone else, was instrumental in straightening the issue and in bringing the institution into existence.
Mr. Ingledew was a Knight of Justice of the Order of St John of Jerusalem, Commissioner for Cardiff for the Order, and also honorary solicitor to the Priory for Wales.
Upon the death of his father, Mr. Ingledew succeeded to the solicitorship of the Taff Vale Railway Company, and this necessitated specialisation in railway government and control. The mercantile and commercial business of the firm was left to his brothers, Mr. Arthur M. Ingledew and Mr. Norman Ingledew. When the railway grouping scheme was decided upon a large amount of intricate detail, as well as important legal opinions, had to be prepared by him.
Mr. Ingledew was a keen sportsman. Some 40 years ago he was a popular figure in Cardiff Rugby football, and enthusiasts still recall his clever play as half-back. He first appeared in the Cardiff first fifteen in the season 1887-88, a few years after the Stadden and Jarman combination had served the club. He partnered J. E. Jarman at half-back, and played under the successive captaincies of G. A. Young, A. F. Hill, C.S. Arthur, W.E.O.Williams, and D.W.Evans, winding up in the latter's season. In 1889-90, he and Jarman were the regular half-backs, and in this season he gained his first "cap" against Ireland. In 1890-91 he played against both England and Scotland.

Funeral service in St John's Church
Burial in Llandaff Cathedral Cemetery (Newspaper cutting)

* Now the Polytechnic of Wales

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A memorial screen to the memory of Hugh Murray Ingledew was dedicated on 4th July 1938 by the Bishop of Llandaff. It stands in St. John the Baptist Church, the parish church of Cardiff.

"One of the carvings on the parclose screen in the Priory Chapel depicts a rugby ball on a shield supported by two daffodils (emblems of Welsh rugby and Glamorgan county cricket) and represents two of the interests of the late Hugh Murray Ingledew to whom the screen is a memorial." (Church guidebook)

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From Norman's Reminiscences

"My maternal grandmother's name was Brown, beyond this history is silent. This was awkward when my brother Hugh was appointed Knight of Justice to the Order of St. John of Jerusalem for he was supposed to produce 8 quarterings, i.e. his 8 ancestors should be of famlies bearing coats of arms. However, recourse to the College of Arms in London did the trick. For a fee of 35 they prepared a genealogical tree and lo and behold the Browns were as good as the Murrays or at any rate good enough !"

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From an unpublished article by Mr Basil Isaac, reproduced in an article in STYLE magazine:
...gained three caps as a Wales International, was a founder member of the Barbarians in 1890, and was the driving force behind the acquisition of Cardiff Arms Park from the Marquess of Bute in 1922. He was olso treasurer of Glamorgan County Cricket Club and was instrumental in founding the Faculty of Law at the University in Cardiff. 32

Hugh married Ethel G Taylor-[223] [MRIN:76].


Children from this marriage were:

   182 F    i. Kathleen Ingledew-[224] was born in 1897 and died in 1966.
   183 M    ii. Kenneth Hugh Ingledew-[225] was born in 1907 and died in 1977.

From The Law Society's Gazette, July 1934
INGLEDEW & SONS of Cardiff, and INGLEDEW SONS & BROWN of 78 Leadenhall Street, London have admitted Kenneth Hugh Ingledew B.A. & B.C.L.(Oxon) as a partner from the 1st. instant.

Refereed the Hockey finals of the Helsinki Olympics. Also played for England and was crippled while playing Hockey. He was subsequently a selector for England.

The results for the Cardiff section are well documented, and the Club thrived throughout the 1930's, with such luminaries as KG Hughes and Ken Ingledew prominent both on and off the field. G Hughes captained the 1st XI in season 1931-32 and again in 1947-48 - a long interval in any terms, while Ken Ingledew managed to combine a solicitor's practice with total devotion to the cause of Welsh hockey, serving as Secretary of the WHA for many years and eventually receiving the gold medal of the FIH for his services. He also umpired the Final of the Hel-sinki Oplympics in 1952. 32

103. Charles Murray Ingledew-[38] (John Pybus37, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born in 1873 and died in 1959.

In 1936 (when Susan married ) he lived at Carningli, Creigiau ( S. Wales )

Charles married Nora Cail-[227] [MRIN:78], daughter of Henry Cail-[249] and Emma Constance Eicholtz-[250], in 1904.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 184 M    i. Charles Percy Ingledew-[228] was born in 1904 and died in 1964 in Colesberg, South Africa?.
+ 185 F    ii. Susan Ingledew-[236] was born in 1910 and died on 2 May 2003.

Charles next married Olive Bruce-[248] [MRIN:86] in 1937.

105. Norman Murray Ingledew-[11] (John Pybus37, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born on 2 Feb 1880 in Penarth, Glamorgan, S. Wales, died on 22 Mar 1963 and was buried in Lisvane, Cardiff.

Named after Richard Norman Shaw, mother's cousin, & the architect who designed New Scotland Yard & Bryanston School, whose father founded Shaw Saville & co. the shipowners.

Author of "Reminiscences" 1948 (see SOURCE)

Kept a scrapbook which NGMI has - a large, good quality book with inscription on the front "N.M.I and V.I'A.C. JUNE 16th.1908"

Lived at Greenways, Lisvane, Cardiff.

Captained the Cardiff and County Hockey Club in 1911

10th Oct 1914 :
"I join the 7th Reserve Battalion (Cyclists) of the Welsh Regiment and in due course obtain a commission." - promoted to Captain in 1915. Demobilised 1919.

Received the British Empire Medal (Civil Division) in 1946 for services to civil defence.

From memorial leaflet, 1963 :
" He was a knight of Justice of the Order of St John, and Chancellor of the Order for the Priory for Wales. He was a leading figure in the legal profession of our city, and from its inception until recently, Chairman of the South Wales Legal Aid Area Committee. From 1952 he was Chairman of the Joint Legal Educational Board of the Swansea and Cardiff University Colleges. He was Vice-Chairman of the Exchange Club for many years, and a well known and respected Cardiff Docksman.
He was a devoted servant of the Church in Wales, where he served on the Governing Body and on the Electoral College. In the Diocese of Llandaff he gave wise guidance and consistent service on the various boards which are necessary for the maintenance of Church life. In his own Parish he was for many years Secretary of the Parochial Church Council, and Chairman of the Lisvane Memorial Hall Committee.
Not least of his labours was to serve on the first Building Committee that made the initial plans for the erection of Christ Church in the Parish of Llanishen, which, after many delays, is now nearing completion." 27

Norman married Vera I'anson Cail-[12] [MRIN:4], daughter of William Henry Cail-[24] and Jane Stewart-[25], on 16 Jun 1908 in St. Nicholas' Cathedral, Newcastle On Tyne.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 186 M    i. Stuart Murray Ingledew-[17] was born on 17 Mar 1911 and died on 10 May 1995 in Johannesburg, S.A.
+ 187 M    ii. Peter Murray Ingledew-[18] was born on 10 Sep 1912, died on 30 Nov 1962 and was buried in St Arvans, Chepstow.
+ 188 M    iii. John Murray Ingledew-[6] was born on 16 Sep 1914, died in 1995 in Bath, Somerset and was buried in Lisvane, Cardiff.

Norman next married Margaret Mathieson-[26] [MRIN:10], daughter of James Gray Mathieson-[897] and Fannie Tremayne Forbes-[898], on 4 Jan 1958 in Penn, Buckinghamshire.

A member of the Board of the International Alliance of Women.

Funeral on 17 Apr 2000 at Chinnor Parish Church. Cremated at Oxford Crematorium.

112. James Henry Peacock-[1047] 35 (Ann Ingledew39, Joseph18, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was christened on 22 Aug 1847 in Kirkby Fleetham 74 and was buried on 12 Feb 1943 in Bury.

James married Annie Barlow-[1102] [MRIN:384] in 1879 in Manchester Cathedral 18.


Children from this marriage were:

   189 M    i. Alfred Harold Peacock-[1103] 18 was born in 1880 18 and died in 1954 18.
   190 M    ii. James Henry Peacock-[1104] 18 was born in 1882 18 and died in 1922 18.
   191 F    iii. Lena Alice Peacock-[1105] 18 was born in 1884 18 and died in 1934 18.
   192 F    iv. Amelia May Peacock-[1106] 18 was born in 1885 18 and died in 1968 18.
   193 M    v. Charles Ingledew Peacock-[1107] 18 was born in 1888 18 and died in 1964 18.
114. Matthew Henry Peacock-[1049] 18 35 (Ann Ingledew39, Joseph18, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was christened on 22 Mar 1851 in St Wilfred's, Great Langton 18 and was buried on 25 Apr 1931 in St Wilfred's, Great Langton 18.

Lived at Moor House and at Langton Grange, Little Langton. 18

Matthew married Mary Ann Wood-[1108] [MRIN:385] in 1884 18.


Children from this marriage were:

   194 F    i. Lillian Peacock-[1109] 18 was born in 1885 18 and died in 1963 18.
   195 M    ii. Thomas Kirk Peacock-[1110] 18 was born in 1887 18 and died in 1951 18.
   196 M    iii. Henry Ingledew Peacock-[1111] 18 was born in 1889 18 and died in 1971 18.
   197 F    iv. Florence Mary Peacock-[1112] 18 was born in 1891 18 and died in 1969 18.

Florence married Alfred William Peacock-[1056] [MRIN:391], son of Matthew Peacock-[1042] and Ann Ingledew-[1041].

   198 M    v. Ernest Peacock-[1113] 18 was born in 1894 18 and died in 1968 18.
   199 M    vi. John William Peacock-[1114] 18 was born in 1897 18 and died in 1984 18.
   200 M    vii. Matthew Pretoria Peacock-[1115] 18 was born in 1900 18 and died in 1977 18.
115. Christopher James Peacock-[1050] 18 35 (Ann Ingledew39, Joseph18, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was christened on 8 May 1853 in St Wilfred's, Great Langton 18, died in Kiplin 18 and was buried on 5 Jan 1925 in St Wilfred's, Great Langton 18.

Christopher married Jane Elizabeth Wallace-[1116] [MRIN:386] on 5 May 1890 18.


Children from this marriage were:

   201 M    i. Matthew George Peacock-[1117] 18 was born in 1891 18 and died in 1974 18.
   202 F    ii. Hannah Wallace Peacock-[1118] 18 was born in 1892 18 and died in 1988 18.
   203 M    iii. Edwin Peacock-[1119] 18 was born in 1894 18 and died in 1979 18.
   204 M    iv. Frederick Valentine Peacock-[1120] 18 was born in 1896 18 and died in 1975 18.
   205 M    v. William Peacock-[1121] 18 was born in 1898 18 and died in 1916 18.
   206 F    vi. Mary Peacock-[1122] 18 was born in 1898 18 and died 1984 approx 18. Another name for Mary was Molly.

Twin of William 18

   207 F    vii. Margaret Annie Peacock-[1123] 18 was born in 1899 18 and died in 1972 18.
   208 F    viii. Emily Winifred Peacock-[1124] 18 was born in 1903 18 and died in 1992 18.
116. Elizabeth Ann Peacock-[1051] 18 35 (Ann Ingledew39, Joseph18, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was christened on 14 Oct 1855 in St Wilfred's, Great Langton 18 and was buried in St Mary's, Bolton On Swale 18. Another name for Elizabeth was Lily.

Elizabeth married George Taylor-[1125] [MRIN:387] on 23 Oct 1884 in St Wilfred's, Great Langton 18.

Farmer 18


Children from this marriage were:

   209 F    i. Anne Taylor-[1126] 18.
118. Septimous Albert Peacock-[1053] 18 35 (Ann Ingledew39, Joseph18, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born on 17 Jul 1859 18, was christened on 23 Jun 1861 in St Wilfred's, Great Langton 18 and died in 1913 in Kirkby Fleetham 18.

Occupation : farmer.

A director of Northallerton Auction Mart

Septimous married Jane Edith Pybus-[1127] [MRIN:388] in 1895 18.

From Broad Close, Kirkby Fleetham.


Children from this marriage were:

   210 M    i. Henry Marshall Peacock-[1128] 18 was born in 1896 18 and died in 1973 18.
   211 F    ii. Rachael Eleanor Peacock-[1129] 18 was born in 1898 18 and died in 1978 18.
   212 M    iii. John Hugh Kirk Peacock-[1130] 18 was born in 1904 18 and died in 1989 18.
119. Charles Octavious Peacock-[1054] 18 35 (Ann Ingledew39, Joseph18, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was christened on 23 Jun 1861 in St Wilfred's, Great Langton 18 and died in 1927 in Manchester 18.

Charles married Jessie Simpson-[1131] [MRIN:389].


Children from this marriage were:

   213 M    i. Thornton Peacock-[1132] 18.
   214 M    ii. Roger Peacock-[1133] 18.
   215 F    iii. Muriel Peacock-[1134] 18.
121. Alfred William Peacock-[1056] 18 35 (Ann Ingledew39, Joseph18, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was christened on 17 Nov 1864 in St Wilfred's, Great Langton 18.

Occupation : Chemist

Alfred married Polly Unknown-[1135] [MRIN:390].

Alfred next married Florence Mary Peacock-[1112] [MRIN:391], daughter of Matthew Henry Peacock-[1049] and Mary Ann Wood-[1108].


Children from this marriage were:

   216 M    i. Albert Ingledew Peacock-[1136] 18 was born in 1931 18 and died in 1980 18.
122. John Earle Ingledew-[150] (James42, Joseph18, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born in 1868 in Kirkby Fleetham 50 and died in 1948.

Henry Ingledew was a godfather in 1868, and gave Earle a ring on that occasion which his daughter Mary had in 1967 (see letter)

John married Ann Johnson-[151] [MRIN:46].


Children from this marriage were:

   217 F    i. Mary Ingledew-[152] was born in 1900.

See pictures for scanned copy of letter written to Nick Ingledew 1967.

Mary married Jesse Clarke-[153] [MRIN:47].

+ 218 F    ii. Rachel Earl Ingledew-[403] .
   219 M    iii. William Ingledew-[406] .

Unmarried ( in 1966 ) Lived with his sister Mary Clark at Church House , Middleton St. George, nr. Darlington

123. James Henry Ingledew-[154] (James42, Joseph18, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born in 1870 in Kirkby Fleetham 50 and died in 1936.

Farmed at Lowfields, Kirkby Fleetham, until his death. Known as Harry.

Birth date could be one year out. (Extrapolated from census) 40

James married Ethel Newcombe-[155] [MRIN:48].

Daughter of a Northumberland Doctor. After Harry's death in 1936, went with her daughter to live in Catterick.
First met her husband at Angleham. 40


Children from this marriage were:

   220 F    i. Heather Ingledew-[156] was born in 1917. Another name for Heather was Ethel Heather.

" I met my wife through Heather, both being school girls together at Skellfield. "...James Ingledew 40

129. Jane Ingledew-[1267] (Joseph45, George Lynas25, John14, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born on 25 Jun 1838 in Marton 25.

Jane married Parkinson Linsley-[1269] [MRIN:428], son of Robert Linsley-[1270] and Ann Parkinson-[1271], on 26 Nov 1854 in St Cuthbert's Church, Marton 25.

Was a shoemaker, except for the period around 1876 when he worked as a porter on the North Eastern Railway. 25


Children from this marriage were:

   221 M    i. Robert Linsley-[1272] 25 was christened on 18 Feb 1855 in Marton 25.
   222 F    ii. Ann Linsley-[1273] 25 was christened on 22 Aug 1858 in Marton 25.
   223 M    iii. John Thomas Linsley-[1274] 25 was christened on 30 May 1859 in Marton 25.
+ 224 F    iv. Elizabeth Linsley-[1275] 25 was christened on 9 Aug 1863 in Marton 25.
   225 M    v. George Linsley-[1276] 25 was christened on 2 Oct 1864 in Marton 25.
   226 F    vi. Sarah Linsley-[1277] 25 was christened on 16 Sep 1866 in Marton 25.
   227 F    vii. Kelly Linsley-[1278] 25 was christened on 19 Jan 1868 in Marton 25 and was buried on 6 Mar 1870 25.
   228 F    viii. Mary Linsley-[1279] 25 was christened on 13 Mar 1870 in Marton 25 and was buried on 20 Mar 1870 25.
   229 F    ix. Kelly Linsley-[1280] 25 was christened on 25 Jun 1871 in Marton 25 and was buried on 14 Jan 1875 25.
   230 F    x. Alice Linsley-[1281] 25 was christened on 31 Aug 1873 in Marton 25.
   231 F    xi. Hetty Linsley-[1282] 25 was christened on 19 Mar 1876 in Marton 25.
   232 F    xii. Eleanor Linsley-[1283] 25 was christened on 17 May 1878 in Marton 25.
134. James Ingledew-[1147] 24 (John48, George Lynas25, John14, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born on 5 May 1849 in Great Broughton, Stokesley 24.

James's middle name may be Silas ?? 24

James married Mary Jane Peacock-[1152] [MRIN:395].


Children from this marriage were:

   233 F    i. Beatrice Ingledew-[1153] 24 was christened on 2 Jun 1869 in St Andrews, Newcastle Upon Tyne 92.
+ 234 M    ii. John Charles Ingledew-[1154] 24 was born in 1873 24.

James next married Jane Ann Ingledew-[1188] [MRIN:407], daughter of Matthew Ingledew-[1194] and Ann Douglass-[1195], on 16 Feb 1889 in Newcastle On Tyne 24.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 235 M    i. James Henry Ingledew-[1196] 24 was born on 5 May 1891 in Gateshead, Durham 24 and died on 28 Aug 1947 in Newcastle On Tyne 24.
144. Sarah Jane Ingledew-[1070] (George52, George Lynas25, John14, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was christened on 28 Apr 1864 in Skelton By Guisborough, Yorks. 46.

Sarah married John Pelmear-[1093] [MRIN:378] in Dec 1884 in Guisborough 86.

At the time of the 1901 census was a Deputy Ironstone miner living at 24 Dixon St., Skelton 63


Children from this marriage were:

   236 M    i. John Pelmear-[1094] was born in 1892 in Skelton By Guisborough, Yorks. 63.
   237 M    ii. Alfred Pelmear-[1262] 63 was born in 1886 in Skelton By Guisborough, Yorks. 63.

Apprentice boot trade shop 63

   238 F    iii. Linda Pelmear-[1263] 63 was born in 1887 in Skelton By Guisborough, Yorks. 63.
   239 F    iv. Hettie Pelmear-[1264] 63 was born in 1894 in Skelton By Guisborough, Yorks. 63.
   240 F    v. Annie Pelmear-[1265] 63 was born in 1896 in Skelton By Guisborough, Yorks. 63.

Eighth Generation (5th Great Grandchildren)


155. William Cail-[262] (William Henry Cail63, Anne I'anson Ingledew32, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born on 3 Dec 1879 in Newcastle On Tyne 50 90 and died in 1928.

Tragic suddenness surrounded the death on Thursday of Mr. William Cail, son of the late Alderman William Cail, at his home in Victoria Square, Jesmond. The deceased, who was 48, was a member of the firm of William Cail and partners, oil merchants, and was well known and much respected on the Quayside. He leaves a widow and family.
An inquest was held yesterday before the Deputy Newcastle Coroner (Mr. Alfred J. Spark). The widow of the deceased, Berla Frances Cail, said her husband had an injury to his hand which affected his nervous system. He attended business regularly, but had been depressed lately and not well. For about three weeks he had been confined to the house, and the doctor was called in.
On Thursday he was very sleepy and "heavy",and she helped him to a chairnear the open window while she changed the bed. He was very weak. When she was at the other side of the bed, he rose and moved a step nearer the window. As he moved he stumbled across the sill, and she ran and caught his legs. He also struggled to save himself, but the hand with which he tried to grasp the sill was his injured one, and he fell to the yard below.
Samuel Oswald Williams, of 23 Victoria Square, brother-in-law of the deceased, said that he was in a nearby house, and was summoned by his sister. The deceased was dead when he reached him, and the fall from the sill of the room, which was on the second floor, to the cement yard was 36 feet.
A verdict was returned that "Death was due to injuries received through an accidental fall from a window to the yard below."

( Newspaper cutting) 32

William married Berta F. Bettenstadt-[274] [MRIN:97] in 1913.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 241 F    i. Valerie Hope Cail-[275] was born in 1914 and died in 1976.
+ 242 M    ii. William Cail-[279] was born in 1916 and died in 1980.
157. Esmee Cail-[263] (William Henry Cail63, Anne I'anson Ingledew32, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born on 10 Oct 1884 90 and died in 1975.

Esmee married Sam O. Williams-[285] [MRIN:102].


Children from this marriage were:

+ 243 M    i. Paul Glynn Williams-[286] was born in 1922.
159. Mary Cail-[295] (Henry Cail64, Anne I'anson Ingledew32, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born in 1880 in Whickham 50 and died in 1973.

Mary married Henry Wilson-[296] [MRIN:106].


Children from this marriage were:

+ 244 M    i. Eric Wilson-[297] was born in 1902.
+ 245 F    ii. Molly Wilson-[305] .
+ 246 F    iii. Nora Wilson-[312] .
+ 247 F    iv. Audrey Wilson-[321] .
160. Harry Ingledew Cail-[324] (Henry Cail64, Anne I'anson Ingledew32, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born in 1881.

Harry married Molly Adamson-[325] [MRIN:115].


Children from this marriage were:

   248 F    i. Nancy Constance Cail-[326] .

Had 3 children, 2 girls & a boy.
Married farmer, Strachey ? in Yorkshire

Nancy married Miles Stavely-[329] [MRIN:116].

   249 F    ii. Diana Mary Cail-[327] .

Maried a doctor in New York. Had 2 children.

   250 M    iii. John Harry Cail-[328] . Another name for John was James.

Lives in U.S.A. Had 2 children. Married an American. aka James 8

Harry next married Annie Palmer-[330] [MRIN:117].

No issue.

161. Stella Cail-[333] 58 (Richard Cail67, Anne I'anson Ingledew32, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born on 5 Dec 1884 in Cailmount, Saskatchewan, Canada 58 and died on 6 Jul 1966 in Cailmount, Saskatchewan, Canada 58.

Stella married Frederick Chapman-[334] [MRIN:119] on 1 Feb 1911 58.

Accidentally shot himself. 8


Children from this marriage were:

+ 251 F    i. Helen Freida Chapman-[335] 58 was born on 28 Jan 1913 58.
163. Elsie Cail-[338] 58 (Richard Cail67, Anne I'anson Ingledew32, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born on 26 Oct 1890 in Cailmount, Saskatchewan, Canada 58 and died on 11 Nov 1984 58.

Had a son, George.

Elsie married George Neville White-[1349] [MRIN:457] in 1914 58.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 252 M    i. George White-[1350] 58 was born on 2 Jun 1918 58.
+ 253 M    ii. Donald Cail White-[1361] 58 was born on 6 Dec 1924 in Dafoe, Saskatchewan 58 and died on 3 Nov 1996 in Moosomin, Saskatchewan 58.
164. Mildred Cail-[341] (John Cail68, Anne I'anson Ingledew32, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1).

I have a letter referring to the fact that Mildred wanted to publish her grandmother's diary. This would be in about 1966. Her grandmother was Ann I'Anson Cail born Ann Ingledew, sister of John Pybus Ingledew. 5

Mildred married G.H. Humble-Smith-[342] [MRIN:121].


Children from this marriage were:

+ 254 M    i. Anthony Humble-Smith-[343] was born 1915 ?.
+ 255 M    ii. Rodger Rodwell Humble-Smith-[345] .
167. Phyllis Cail-[355] (Walter Cail71, Anne I'anson Ingledew32, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1).

Phyllis married Kenneth White-[356] [MRIN:127].


Children from this marriage were:

+ 256 M    i. Peter Vines White-[357] was born on 14 Sep 1920 and died on 27 Aug 1999.
+ 257 M    ii. Trevor White-[358] .
169. Annie Wilson-[368] (Hilda Cail72, Anne I'anson Ingledew32, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1).

Annie married Vivien Martin-[369] [MRIN:132].


Children from this marriage were:

   258 M    i. Michael Martin-[370] .
174. Phyllis Ingledew-[132] (Henry87, James Henry35, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born in 1900 and died in 1979.

was 79 when she died 33

Phyllis married Alistair D. Fyfe-[133] [MRIN:39] in 1927.

was 72 when he died

A solicitor in the firm of Ingledew, Mather & Dickinson 33


Children from this marriage were:

+ 259 F    i. Prudence Fyfe-[134] was born in 1932.
179. Eileen Ingledew-[138] (Wilfred95, James Henry35, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1).

Eileen married __________ Watson-[139] [MRIN:42].


Children from this marriage were:

+ 260 M    i. Gordon Watson-[140] .
   261 M    ii. Charles Watson-[141] .
   262 F    iii. Heather Watson-[142] .
181. Lt. Colonel Hamilton Murray Ingledew-[90] (Arthur Murray99, John Pybus37, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born in 1901 and died on 16 Jan 1945.

Trained for the Navy at Dartmouth, but later opened an office in London in the 1920's. Killed on active service in Burma.

Hamilton married Mary Frazer-[92] [MRIN:28] in 1924.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 263 M    i. John Frazer Ingledew-[210] was born on 2 Mar 1934.

Hamilton next married Dorothy Mary Newcombe Hilder-[218] [MRIN:74] in 1942.

A notice of Dorothy Ingledew's death was among a number of miscellaneous papers sent by Prudence Studd to NGMI


Children from this marriage were:

+ 264 M    i. Henry Frank Hamilton Ingledew-[219] was born in 1945.
184. Charles Percy Ingledew-[228] (Charles Murray103, John Pybus37, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born in 1904 and died in 1964 in Colesberg, South Africa?.

After completing his education at Durham, where he was keenly interested in rowing, and coxed the crew, he was for some time a rubber planter in Malay, later going to Africa.
He was in business in Johannesburg in 1937, when he married

Charles married Betty Cumberlege-[229] [MRIN:79] in Oct 1937 in Cape Town, S.A.

Niece of B.S.Cumberlege, former international rugby player. Lived Penylan Road, Cardiff.
Was a bridesmaid at Susan Ingledew's wedding in 1937.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 265 M    i. Barry Ingledew-[230] was born in 1943.
+ 266 M    ii. Eric Ingledew-[233] was born in 1944.
185. Susan Ingledew-[236] (Charles Murray103, John Pybus37, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born in 1910 and died on 2 May 2003.

Susan married Dillwyn Ewart Thomas-[237] [MRIN:82] in 1937 in Pentyrch.

In 1937, Dillwyn was senior resident medical officer at Sully hospital.
In the 1950's (and thereon) lived at Dinas Powis, nr. Cardiff.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 267 F    i. Sally Thomas-[238] was born in 1938.
+ 268 F    ii. Margaret Thomas-[244] was born in 1941.
186. Stuart Murray Ingledew-[17] (Norman Murray105, John Pybus37, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born on 17 Mar 1911 and died on 10 May 1995 in Johannesburg, S.A.

In Sept 1919 Stuart went to school at Hillstone, Malvern, and in May 1920 was moved to Lickey Hills School - a boarding school near Birmingham.

Went to Marlborough in 1924 & left in July 1929 to join Dixons Rope Works for three years.

In 1929 was gazetted 2nd Lieutenant in the 6th (Glamorgan) Battalion of the Welch Regiment T.A.

Sailed from Liverpool in 1932 to join The First South African Cordage & Spinning Co. in South Africa at a salary of 360 a year. 32

Stuart married Esme Smith-[19] [MRIN:8].


Children from this marriage were:

+ 269 M    i. Norman Murray Ingledew-[20] was born on 24 Nov 1957 in Johannesburg, S.A.
187. Peter Murray Ingledew-[18] (Norman Murray105, John Pybus37, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born on 10 Sep 1912, died on 30 Nov 1962 and was buried in St Arvans, Chepstow.

Godmother : Agnes Croft
Godfathers : William Sheen, Norman M Ingledew

In January 1921 Peter went to Lickey Hills School near Birmingham.
In January 1926 went to Marlborough, left in 1929. Joins Trinidad Asphalt Co., and takes Civil Engineering course. Gazetted in RNVR as a midshipman.
In 1931 joins the Cardiff Naval Brigade as a Lieutenant.

In the 50's he owned several quarries in the district of Chepstow, Monmouth & Newport. 32

Peter married Isabelle Mary Tyler-[41] [MRIN:12], daughter of John Tyler-[376] and Unknown, on 23 Jul 1938 in St Briavels.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 270 F    i. Anne Patricia Ingledew-[42] was born on 22 Jun 1939 in Tidenham, Chepstow.
+ 271 F    ii. Janet Mary Ingledew-[43] was born on 4 Jan 1943 in Whitchurch, Nr. Ross-On-Wye.
+ 272 M    iii. David Murray Ingledew-[44] was born on 26 Aug 1944 in Hereford, died on 26 Dec 2001 in International Waters and was buried in St Arvans, Chepstow.
+ 273 F    iv. Susan Margaret Ingledew-[45] was born on 10 Dec 1946 in Tidenham, Chepstow.
+ 274 F    v. Verity Elizabeth Ingledew-[46] was born on 24 Jan 1950.
+ 275 F    vi. Caroline Isabelle Ingledew-[47] was born on 12 Jan 1952 in St Arvans, Chepstow.
188. John Murray Ingledew-[6] (Norman Murray105, John Pybus37, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born on 16 Sep 1914, died in 1995 in Bath, Somerset and was buried in Lisvane, Cardiff.

Baptised the day after he was born, prior to having a serious operation. Parents living at Deanside, Whitchurch at the time.

Sept 1923 : Joins his two brothers at Lickey Hills School near Birmingham, but only stays two terms because of illness. In Sept 1924 attends King Alfreds School in Penarth as a weekly border, but only stays two terms again because of illness. Thereafter has tutor at home until Sept 1926 when he goes once more to Lickey Hills. In 1928 goes to Bryanstone, England's newest Public School.

Joined the Eagle Star Insurance Co. in July 1933 at the Cardiff office.

"On 19th August 1939 John went on his annual training as a 2nd Lieutenant in his Territorial unit, the 77th Anti-aircraft Regt. at Manorbier(?). On declaration of war he was at once mobilised & proceeded to man his guns on various sites round Newport, Cardiff, etc.
In November 1939 he was transferred to 34th Light A-A Regt. and at Jersey Marine he identified and gave orders to fire the first gun at the first enemy plane to appear over Swansea.
Promoted Lieut. in October 1940. Transferred in Dec. 1940 to a training camp at Newquay Cornwall as an Instructor - and was there about 12 months.
Next appointed Battery Captain to a L.A-A unit near Salisbury Plain - moved several places, eventually to Hemel Hempstead, one of his troops guarding Windsor Castle.
On 11th Jan 1943 after 14 days embarkation leave he reported at Woolwich for service overseas. Sailed in convoy via the Cape & arrived in Bombay, thence to Deolali about 24 March 1943.
From Bombay he is sent to Persia to join PAIFORCE & visits Baghdad & Babylon, thence to Haifa in Palestine. Thence to Egypt. On 10th July 1943, after an 11 days journey in 3 ton lorry along the coast of Cyeniaica, he arrives at Tripoli and meets STUART who he has not seen for 5 years.
Posted to 30 L.A-A Regt. as a Lieutenant , but in about 6 weeks he is promoted Battery Captain to 117 Battery. In March 1944 John's Battery arrives in Italy & fights up as far as Florence when he is posted as an instructor in the R.A. Training team to the Italian forces.
This becomes redundant after V.E. day & he is posted as Staff Captain 56 Area HQ C.M.F. Due for demobilisation 12th November 1945 but is retained until 20 Feb 1946 on which date he arrives home after overland journey from Naples, via Simplon Tunnel, Calais, Dover." 32

John married Angela Elaine Dugdale Whigham-[7] [MRIN:2], daughter of Robert Whigham-[169] and Ellen Rose Carr-[168], on 10 Sep 1948 in Stratton Parish Church, Cirencester 91. The marriage ended in divorce in 1956.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 276 M    i. Nicholas George Murray Ingledew-[1] 93 was born on 31 Dec 1949 in Lydney, Gloucestershire.
+ 277 F    ii. Teresa I'anson Ingledew-[10] was born on 29 Sep 1952.

John next married Anne Gillian Mathews-[13] [MRIN:5] in 1958.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 278 M    i. Nigel Murray Ingledew-[14] was born on 26 Mar 1959.
218. Rachel Earl Ingledew-[403] (John Earle122, James42, Joseph18, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1). Another name for Rachel was Ray.

Living in Canada on Vancouver Island in 1966 40

Rachel married Keith Brown-[404] [MRIN:148], son of Hugh Montgomery Brown-[1297] and Ann Fortune Brown-[1298].


Children from this marriage were:

   279 M    i. Ian Brown-[405] .

" recently got married" -- 1966

Lived with parents on Vancouver Island 40

224. Elizabeth Linsley-[1275] 25 (Jane Ingledew129, Joseph45, George Lynas25, John14, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was christened on 9 Aug 1863 in Marton 25.

Elizabeth married George Cook-[1284] [MRIN:430], son of William Cook-[1285] and Unknown, on 13 May 1884 in Middlesbrough Register Office 25.


Children from this marriage were:

   280 M    i. Tom Cook-[1287] 25 was born in 1884 in Middlesbrough 25.
   281 M    ii. Herbert Cook-[1288] 25 was born in 1889 in Middlesbrough 25.
   282 F    iii. Vera Cook-[1289] 25 was born in 1894 in Middlesbrough 25.
   283 F    iv. Bessie Cook-[1286] 25 was born on 5 Aug 1896 in Middlesbrough 25 and married Harold Roxby.
Bessie Roxby was Yvonne Hensman's grandmother.
   284 M    v. Hector Cook-[1290] 25 was born in 1901 in Middlesbrough 25.
234. John Charles Ingledew-[1154] 24 (James134, John48, George Lynas25, John14, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born in 1873 24.

John married Martha Young-[1155] [MRIN:396].


Children from this marriage were:

+ 285 M    i. William Ingledew-[1156] 24.
   286 F    ii. Mary Ingledew-[1157] 24.
   287 F    iii. Marianne Ingledew-[1158] 24. Another name for Marianne was Cissy.

Marianne married Reg Dunn-[1316] [MRIN:440].

   288 M    iv. Harry Ingledew-[1159] 24.
   289 F    v. Christina Ingledew-[1160] 24.

Had a son Leo who married Janet Densham.

They had two daughters, Helen and Leorna.

Helen married William Moore, and they had two daughters, Jessica and Chloe. 24

+ 290 F    vi. Elizabeth Ingledew-[1161] 24.
+ 291 M    vii. Thomas Ingledew-[1162] 24.
+ 292 F    viii. Beatrice Ingledew-[1163] 24.
   293 M    ix. John Ingledew-[1164] 24.
   294 M    x. James Ingledew-[1165] 24.
235. James Henry Ingledew-[1196] 24 (James134, John48, George Lynas25, John14, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born on 5 May 1891 in Gateshead, Durham 24 and died on 28 Aug 1947 in Newcastle On Tyne 24.

James married Elizabeth Lily Forster-[1197] [MRIN:412], daughter of George Forster-[1198] and Isabella Walkingshaw-[1199], on 18 Feb 1915 in Newcastle On Tyne 24.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 295 M    i. James Henry Ingledew-[1203] 24 was born on 29 Jan 1916 in Gateshead, Durham 24 and died on 1 Feb 1981 in Fremantle 24.
   296 M    ii. Ronald Ingledew-[1205] 24.
+ 297 M    iii. Arnold Ingledew-[1206] 24 was born on 27 Nov 1926 24 and died on 8 Apr 2002 24.
+ 298 F    iv. Elaine Ingledew-[1210] 24 was born on 11 May 1932 24 and died on 19 Dec 2002 24.

Ninth Generation (6th Great Grandchildren)


241. Valerie Hope Cail-[275] (William Cail155, William Henry Cail63, Anne I'anson Ingledew32, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born in 1914 and died in 1976.

Valerie married James W. Studdert-[276] [MRIN:98] in 1935.


Children from this marriage were:

   299 F    i. Pauline Frances Studdert-[277] was born in 1944.

Pauline married J. P. R. Tate-[278] [MRIN:99] in 1966.

242. William Cail-[279] (William Cail155, William Henry Cail63, Anne I'anson Ingledew32, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born in 1916 and died in 1980. Another name for William was Billy.

William married Ivy Crockett-[280] [MRIN:100] in 1948.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 300 M    i. David Steele Cail-[281] was born in 1949.
243. Paul Glynn Williams-[286] (Esmee Cail157, William Henry Cail63, Anne I'anson Ingledew32, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born in 1922.

Paul married Barbara Hardy-[287] [MRIN:103] in 1947. The marriage ended in divorce.


Children from this marriage were:

   301 F    i. Heather Jane Williams-[288] was born in 1949.
+ 302 F    ii. Jennifer Anne Williams-[289] was born in 1952.

Paul next married Gillian Foote-[293] [MRIN:105].


Children from this marriage were:

   303 F    i. Henrietta Caroline Williams-[294] was born in 1966.
244. Eric Wilson-[297] (Mary Cail159, Henry Cail64, Anne I'anson Ingledew32, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born in 1902.

Eric married Peggy Lee-[298] [MRIN:107].


Children from this marriage were:

   304 F    i. Patricia Wilson-[299] was born in 1930.

Roman Catholic nun

+ 305 M    ii. Robin Wilson-[300] was born in 1933.

Eric next married Susan Appleby-[377] [MRIN:137].


Children from this marriage were:

   306 M    i. Richard Wilson-[378] .
245. Molly Wilson-[305] (Mary Cail159, Henry Cail64, Anne I'anson Ingledew32, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1).

Molly married Giles Gillespie-[306] [MRIN:109] in 1929.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 307 M    i. Brian Gillespie-[307] .
+ 308 F    ii. Maureen Gillespie-[309] .
+ 309 M    iii. Neil Gillespie-[310] .
246. Nora Wilson-[312] (Mary Cail159, Henry Cail64, Anne I'anson Ingledew32, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1).

Nora married Arthur Field-[313] [MRIN:112] in 1929.


Children from this marriage were:

   310 M    i. Ray Field-[314] was born in 1939.

2 sons - Nigel in 1962 ?

Ray married Josephine __________-[386] [MRIN:139].

+ 311 M    ii. Geoffrey Field-[315] was born in 1933.
   312 F    iii. Erica Field-[318] was born in 1945.

2 children

   313 F    iv. Daphne Field-[319] was born in 1949.

Twin to Barry . 3 children .

   314 M    v. Barry Field-[320] was born in 1949.

Twin to Daphne. 2 children.

247. Audrey Wilson-[321] (Mary Cail159, Henry Cail64, Anne I'anson Ingledew32, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1).

Audrey married George Ferguson-[322] [MRIN:114] in 1936.


Children from this marriage were:

   315 F    i. Alys Ferguson-[323] was born in 1938.
251. Helen Freida Chapman-[335] 58 (Stella Cail161, Richard Cail67, Anne I'anson Ingledew32, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born on 28 Jan 1913 58.

Helen married Alastair Noble-[1345] [MRIN:455] on 1 Jan 1943.


Children from this marriage were:

   316 F    i. Elizabeth Gail Noble-[1346] 58 was born on 16 Jan 1949 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada 58.

Elizabeth married Rick Penn-[1347] [MRIN:456].

   317 M    ii. Terence Patrick Noble-[1348] 58 was born on 21 Oct 1954 58.
252. George White-[1350] 58 (Elsie Cail163, Richard Cail67, Anne I'anson Ingledew32, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born on 2 Jun 1918 58.

George married Iris Mabe-[1351] [MRIN:458] on 2 Feb 1946 in St Andrews, Stockwell, England 58.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 318 M    i. Ian Francis White-[1352] 58 was born on 15 Oct 1948 58.
+ 319 F    ii. Helen Voller White-[1353] 58 was born on 12 Feb 1950 58.
253. Donald Cail White-[1361] 58 (Elsie Cail163, Richard Cail67, Anne I'anson Ingledew32, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born on 6 Dec 1924 in Dafoe, Saskatchewan 58 and died on 3 Nov 1996 in Moosomin, Saskatchewan 58.

A farmer

Donald married Helen Elizabeth Vegh-[1362] [MRIN:461] on 8 Aug 1953 in Moosomin, Saskatchewan 58.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 320 F    i. Susan Rae White-[1363] 58 was born on 1 Jan 1956 58.
254. Anthony Humble-Smith-[343] (Mildred Cail164, John Cail68, Anne I'anson Ingledew32, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born 1915 ?.

Anthony married ____________________.


Children from this marriage were:

   321 F    i. Emily Humble-Smith-[344] .
255. Rodger Rodwell Humble-Smith-[345] (Mildred Cail164, John Cail68, Anne I'anson Ingledew32, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1).

Killed on active service in 1944. (This entry may have referred to his wife Stella) 8

Rodger married Stella Druch-[346] [MRIN:123].


Children from this marriage were:

   322 M    i. Robert Humble-Smith-[347] was born in 1941.
256. Peter Vines White-[357] (Phyllis Cail167, Walter Cail71, Anne I'anson Ingledew32, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born on 14 Sep 1920 and died on 27 Aug 1999.

Peter married Sheila Chatterton-[359] [MRIN:128], daughter of Francis Chatterton-[1019] and Unknown, on 12 Feb 1959.


Children from this marriage were:

   323 M    i. David Vines White-[360] was born on 27 Oct 1961.
257. Trevor White-[358] (Phyllis Cail167, Walter Cail71, Anne I'anson Ingledew32, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1).

Trevor married Henrietta Hall-[361] [MRIN:129].


Children from this marriage were:

   324 M    i. Richard White-[362] was born in 1958.
   325 M    ii. Geoffrey White-[363] was born in 1960.
259. Prudence Fyfe-[134] (Phyllis Ingledew174, Henry87, James Henry35, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born in 1932.

Prudence married Edward Fairfax Studd-[135] [MRIN:40] in 1960.


Children from this marriage were:

   326 M    i. Philip Alistair Studd-[136] was born in 1961.
   327 F    ii. Alexandra Mary Studd-[137] was born in 1965.
   328 M    iii. Andrew Studd-[402] was born in 1968.
260. Gordon Watson-[140] (Eileen Ingledew179, Wilfred95, James Henry35, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1).

In the mid 1960's was a sergeant in the RAF Regiment ? Married a German girl called Mary 40

Gordon married ____________________.


Children from this marriage were:

   329 M    i. Charles Watson-[409] .
   330 F    ii. Heather Watson-[410] 40.
263. John Frazer Ingledew-[210] (Lt. Colonel Hamilton Murray181, Arthur Murray99, John Pybus37, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born on 2 Mar 1934.

JI went to Malvern as a boy, Oxford for a short time, and trained as a Chartered Accountant. He ran Frazer's Ships Chandler Company in Mount Stuart Square in Cardiff docks, latterly a bonded warehouse business, which continued until acquired for development under the Cardiff Bay scheme.

John married Caroline Thompson Hancock-[211] [MRIN:72] in May 1959. The marriage ended in divorce in 1970.


Children from this marriage were:

   331 F    i. Henrietta Jane Ingledew-[212] was born on 5 Oct 1960.

Henrietta married Marc Richard-[981] [MRIN:349] in May 1999.

+ 332 F    ii. Mary Frazer Ingledew-[213] was born on 8 Dec 1962.
   333 M    iii. Charles Hancock Ingledew-[214] was born on 16 Nov 1967 and died on 14 Feb 2003.

Died in a motorcycle accident

Charles married Michelle Hudson-[985] [MRIN:351] in 1996.

John next married Anna Williams-[215] [MRIN:73] on 22 Aug 1974.



Deputy President of the Gwent Red Cross.


Children from this marriage were:

   334 F    i. Clare Louise Ingledew-[216] was born on 14 Jan 1976.
   335 M    ii. George Douglas Ingledew-[217] was born on 9 Jan 1981.
264. Henry Frank Hamilton Ingledew-[219] (Lt. Colonel Hamilton Murray181, Arthur Murray99, John Pybus37, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born in 1945.

Born after father's death

Henry married Sandra Bennett-Thornton-[220] [MRIN:75] in 1964. The marriage ended in divorce.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 336 F    i. Elizabeth Newcome Ingledew-[221] was born in 1964.
   337 M    ii. James Ingledew-[222] was born in 1966 and died in 1984.
265. Barry Ingledew-[230] (Charles Percy184, Charles Murray103, John Pybus37, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born in 1943.

Barry married Yvonne Stevens-[231] [MRIN:80].


Children from this marriage were:

   338 F    i. Victoria Ingledew-[232] was born in 1971.
266. Eric Ingledew-[233] (Charles Percy184, Charles Murray103, John Pybus37, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born in 1944.

Eric married Marianne Le Masurier-[234] [MRIN:81].


Children from this marriage were:

   339 F    i. Rebecca Ingledew-[235] was born in 1972.
267. Sally Thomas-[238] (Susan Ingledew185, Charles Murray103, John Pybus37, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born in 1938.

Sally married Jonathan Treagus-[239] [MRIN:83] in 1961.


Children from this marriage were:

   340 F    i. Sarah Ann Treagus-[240] was born in 1963.
   341 M    ii. Mark Robert Treagus-[241] was born in 1965.

Mark married Sharon Bartlett-[242] [MRIN:84] in 1987.

   342 M    iii. Richard Spencer Treagus-[243] was born in 1966.
268. Margaret Thomas-[244] (Susan Ingledew185, Charles Murray103, John Pybus37, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born in 1941.

Margaret married Michael Hayley-[245] [MRIN:85] in 1965.


Children from this marriage were:

   343 M    i. Anthony Thomas Hayley-[246] was born in 1967.
   344 F    ii. Claire Elizabeth Hayley-[247] was born in 1969.
269. Norman Murray Ingledew-[20] (Stuart Murray186, Norman Murray105, John Pybus37, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born on 24 Nov 1957 in Johannesburg, S.A.

Norman married Ashley Kim Richardson-[21] [MRIN:9], daughter of Unknown and Unknown, on 2 Jun 1989 in St. Pauls, Durban, S.A.


Children from this marriage were:

   345 F    i. Chelsea Ann Ingledew-[22] was born on 24 Sep 1991 in Johannesburg, S.A.
   346 M    ii. Stuart Murray Ingledew-[23] was born on 17 Jun 1993 in Johannesburg, S.A.

Norman next married Bonita Kemp Walker-[1014] [MRIN:360] on 29 Sep 2001 in South Africa.


Children from this marriage were:

   347 M    i. Raiffe Austin Murray Ingledew-[1088] was born on 9 Nov 2002 in South Africa.

ii. Savannah Margot Ingledew was born on 12 April 2005 in Johannesburg, S.A. (Happy birth day to the most recent addition to the Ingledew family)

270. Anne Patricia Ingledew-[42] (Peter Murray187, Norman Murray105, John Pybus37, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born on 22 Jun 1939 in Tidenham, Chepstow.

Anne married Kenneth Grieves-[51] [MRIN:14] on 5 Sep 1962.


Children from this marriage were:

   348 M    i. Ian Murray Chilton Grieves-[52] was born on 21 Jul 1963.
+ 349 F    ii. Caroline Sian Chilton Grieves-[53] was born on 1 May 1966.
   350 M    iii. Hugh Peter Chilton Grieves-[54] was born on 16 Sep 1973.
271. Janet Mary Ingledew-[43] (Peter Murray187, Norman Murray105, John Pybus37, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born on 4 Jan 1943 in Whitchurch, Nr. Ross-On-Wye.

Janet married Warren Ardern-[55] [MRIN:15] on 2 Oct 1965 in St Arvans, Chepstow.


Children from this marriage were:

   351 M    i. David Murray Ardern-[56] was born on 19 Sep 1974.
   352 F    ii. Nicola Kate Ardern-[57] was born on 17 Aug 1976.
272. David Murray Ingledew-[44] (Peter Murray187, Norman Murray105, John Pybus37, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born on 26 Aug 1944 in Hereford, died on 26 Dec 2001 in International Waters and was buried in St Arvans, Chepstow. Another name for David was Murray.

David married Jennifer Niklasson-[58] [MRIN:16] on 11 Mar 1967.


Children from this marriage were:

   353 F    i. Penelope Jane Ingledew-[59] was born on 6 Jun 1969.

Penelope married John Francis Brennan-[986] [MRIN:352] on 1 Apr 1998 in Canada.

   354 F    ii. Colette Danielle Ingledew-[60] was born on 6 Apr 1972.
273. Susan Margaret Ingledew-[45] (Peter Murray187, Norman Murray105, John Pybus37, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born on 10 Dec 1946 in Tidenham, Chepstow.

Susan married Malcolm Charles Wigley-[61] [MRIN:17] on 20 Jul 1968 in St Arvans, Chepstow.


Children from this marriage were:

   355 F    i. Alison Clare Wigley-[62] was born on 31 Oct 1971.

Alison married Daron Beeney-[987] [MRIN:353] on 27 Apr 1991 in Itton Parish Church.

+ 356 F    ii. Fiona Louise Wigley-[63] was born on 20 Mar 1974.
   357 F    iii. Hannah Jane Wigley-[64] was born on 25 Jul 1979.
274. Verity Elizabeth Ingledew-[46] (Peter Murray187, Norman Murray105, John Pybus37, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born on 24 Jan 1950.

Verity married William Edward Harry-[65] [MRIN:18] on 7 May 1973.


Children from this marriage were:

   358 M    i. Richard William Harry-[66] was born on 14 Feb 1976.
   359 F    ii. Jayne Elizabeth Harry-[67] was born on 27 Jan 1980.
   360 M    iii. Edward Peter Harry-[68] was born on 6 Jan 1982.
275. Caroline Isabelle Ingledew-[47] (Peter Murray187, Norman Murray105, John Pybus37, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born on 12 Jan 1952 in St Arvans, Chepstow. Another name for Caroline was Minnie.

Caroline married Vincent Charles White-[48] [MRIN:13] on 4 Sep 1971 in St Arvans, Chepstow.


Children from this marriage were:

   361 F    i. Sian Elizabeth White-[49] was born on 12 Feb 1975.
   362 F    ii. Joanna Marie White-[50] was born on 6 Jun 1977.
276. Nicholas George Murray Ingledew-[1] 93 (John Murray188, Norman Murray105, John Pybus37, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born on 31 Dec 1949 in Lydney, Gloucestershire.

Nicholas married Wendy Elizabeth Brogden-[2] [MRIN:1], daughter of Harold Brogden-[8] and Greta Duerden-[9], on 8 Sep 1973 in Sabden, Lancashire.


Children from this marriage were:

   363 F    i. Abigail Charlotte Ingledew-[3] 93 was born on 17 Jun 1977 in Burnley, Lancashire.
   364 F    ii. Georgina Jane Ingledew-[4] 93 was born on 16 Feb 1980 in Daliburgh, South Uist.
   365 M    iii. Jonathan Murray Ingledew-[5] 93 was born on 10 Jan 1984 in Daliburgh, South Uist.
277. Teresa I'anson Ingledew-[10] (John Murray188, Norman Murray105, John Pybus37, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born on 29 Sep 1952.

Teresa married Nicholas John Drewry-[80] [MRIN:23], son of Anthony Annis Drewry-[1137] and Mary Catherine Vose-[1138], in 1976 in Bath, Somerset.


Children from this marriage were:

   366 F    i. Ilona Drewry-[81] was born on 7 Nov 1976 in Welshpool.
   367 M    ii. Arthur John Drewry-[82] was born on 6 Aug 1978.

Arthur married Lisa Marie Barone-[1266] [MRIN:427] on 20 Jun 2002 in Doha, Qatar.

   368 M    iii. Abraham Michael Drewry-[83] was born on 2 Nov 1986 in Leicester.
   369 M    iv. Alfred Nicholas Drewry-[84] was born on 8 Jan 1989 in Doha, Qatar.
278. Nigel Murray Ingledew-[14] (John Murray188, Norman Murray105, John Pybus37, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born on 26 Mar 1959.

Nigel married Barbara June Denyer-[78] [MRIN:22] on 12 Apr 1997 in Bath Abbey.


Children from this marriage were:

   370 F    i. Isabelle Anne Denyer Ingledew-[79] was born on 15 Jun 1998 in Chippenham, Wiltshire and was christened on 6 Dec 1998 in Box, Wiltshire.
   371 F    ii. Emma Gillian Ingledew-[273] was born on 1 Mar 2000.
   372 F    iii. Felicity Jane Denyer Ingledew-[1005] was born on 5 Sep 2002 in Chippenham, Wiltshire and was christened on 16 Feb 2003 in Box, Wiltshire.
285. William Ingledew-[1156] 24 (John Charles234, James134, John48, George Lynas25, John14, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1).

William married Roberta Briggs-[1180] [MRIN:404].


Children from this marriage were:

+ 373 M    i. William Ingledew-[1181] 24.
+ 374 F    ii. Mary Ingledew-[1182] 24.
+ 375 F    iii. Muriel Ingledew-[1183] 24 was born on 31 Aug 1932 24 and died on 29 Dec 1999 24.
290. Elizabeth Ingledew-[1161] 24 (John Charles234, James134, John48, George Lynas25, John14, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1).

Elizabeth married Rex Beaumont-[1334] [MRIN:450].


Children from this marriage were:

   376 M    i. Geoffrey Beaumont-[1335] 24.
291. Thomas Ingledew-[1162] 24 (John Charles234, James134, John48, George Lynas25, John14, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1).

Thomas married Barbara Walker-[1166] [MRIN:397].


Children from this marriage were:

   377 F    i. Marianne Ingledew-[1167] 24.

Lives in Queensland 24

Marianne married Ed Marshall-[1174] [MRIN:398].

   378 F    ii. Alwyn Ingledew-[1168] 24.

Alwyn married John Boylin-[1175] [MRIN:399].

   379 F    iii. Prudence Ingledew-[1169] 24.

Prudence married Robert Walker-[1176] [MRIN:400].

   380 F    iv. Carol Ingledew-[1170] 24.

Carol married John Whitehead-[1177] [MRIN:401].

   381 M    v. Thomas Ingledew-[1171] 24.

Twin to John Charles 24

Thomas married Margaret Unknown-[1178] [MRIN:402].

   382 M    vi. John Charles Ingledew-[1172] 24.

Twin to Thomas 24

John married Sandra Unknown-[1179] [MRIN:403].

   383 M    vii. Robin Ingledew-[1173] 24.
292. Beatrice Ingledew-[1163] 24 (John Charles234, James134, John48, George Lynas25, John14, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1).

Beatrice married Eric Hessian-[1336] [MRIN:451].


Children from this marriage were:

   384 M    i. Richard Hessian-[1337] 24.
   385 M    ii. Eric Hessian-[1338] 24.
   386 F    iii. Hazel Hessian-[1339] 24.

Beatrice next married Charles Gleghorn-[1340] [MRIN:452].

295. James Henry Ingledew-[1203] 24 (James Henry235, James134, John48, George Lynas25, John14, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born on 29 Jan 1916 in Gateshead, Durham 24 and died on 1 Feb 1981 in Fremantle 24.

James married Elizabeth Beatrice Bage-[1204] [MRIN:414], daughter of George Henry Bage-[1254] and Vera Isabel Taylor Arundell-[1255], on 3 Nov 1950 in Balmain 24.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 387 F    i. Jennifer Carol Ingledew-[1213] 24 was born on 13 Aug 1951 in Balmain 24.
+ 388 M    ii. James Douglas Forster Ingledew-[1217] 24 was born on 28 Jul 1952 in Balmain 24.
297. Arnold Ingledew-[1206] 24 (James Henry235, James134, John48, George Lynas25, John14, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born on 27 Nov 1926 24 and died on 8 Apr 2002 24.

Lived in Newcastle upon Tyne 24

Arnold married Margaret Beaton-[1207] [MRIN:415] on 10 Jul 1948 24.


Children from this marriage were:

   389 F    i. Pauline Ingledew-[1208] 24 was born in 1949 24 and died in 1949 24.
   390 F    ii. Linda Ingledew-[1209] 24 was born on 31 Jan 1950 24.

Husband's name Guy 24

298. Elaine Ingledew-[1210] 24 (James Henry235, James134, John48, George Lynas25, John14, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born on 11 May 1932 24 and died on 19 Dec 2002 24.

Elaine married James Richardson-[1211] [MRIN:416] in 1951 24.


Children from this marriage were:

   391 M    i. James Richardson-[1212] 24 was born on 7 Dec 1951 in Denman, Australia 24.

1st wife Vera
2nd wife Dorothea Newton b.25 Mar 1957 24


Tenth Generation (7th Great Grandchildren)


300. David Steele Cail-[281] (William Cail242, William Cail155, William Henry Cail63, Anne I'anson Ingledew32, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born in 1949.

David married Susan Carnaffin-[282] [MRIN:101].


Children from this marriage were:

   392 M    i. Steven David Cail-[283] was born in 1974.
   393 F    ii. Emma Louise Cail-[284] was born in 1974.
302. Jennifer Anne Williams-[289] (Paul Glynn Williams243, Esmee Cail157, William Henry Cail63, Anne I'anson Ingledew32, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born in 1952.

Jennifer married David Shepperd-[290] [MRIN:104] in 1972.


Children from this marriage were:

   394 F    i. Lucinda Shepperd-[291] was born in 1974.

Twin to James

   395 M    ii. James Shepperd-[292] was born in 1974.

Twin to Lucinda

305. Robin Wilson-[300] (Eric Wilson244, Mary Cail159, Henry Cail64, Anne I'anson Ingledew32, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born in 1933.

Robin married Gillian __________-[301] [MRIN:108].


Children from this marriage were:

   396 F    i. Jacqueline Wilson-[302] was born in 1959.
   397 F    ii. Jeannette Wilson-[303] was born in 1961.
   398 M    iii. James Wilson-[304] was born in 1964.
307. Brian Gillespie-[307] (Molly Wilson245, Mary Cail159, Henry Cail64, Anne I'anson Ingledew32, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1).

Brian married Susan Hilton-[308] [MRIN:110].


Children from this marriage were:

   399 F    i. Sally Gillespie-[383] was born in 1958.
   400 F    ii. Lucy Gillespie-[384] was born in 1961.
308. Maureen Gillespie-[309] (Molly Wilson245, Mary Cail159, Henry Cail64, Anne I'anson Ingledew32, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1).

Married in South Africa

Maureen married Achille Durmant-[380] [MRIN:138].


Children from this marriage were:

   401 M    i. Michael Durmant-[381] was born in 1964.
   402 M    ii. Peter Durmant-[382] was born in 1968.
309. Neil Gillespie-[310] (Molly Wilson245, Mary Cail159, Henry Cail64, Anne I'anson Ingledew32, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1).

2 children

Neil married Mary Davidson-[311] [MRIN:111].


Children from this marriage were:

   403 M    i. Simon Gillespie-[379] was born in 1963.
311. Geoffrey Field-[315] (Nora Wilson246, Mary Cail159, Henry Cail64, Anne I'anson Ingledew32, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born in 1933.

Geoffrey married Alison Dale-[385] [MRIN:113].

From Nairobi


Children from this marriage were:

   404 M    i. Neil Field-[316] .
   405 F    ii. Rebecca Field-[317] .
318. Ian Francis White-[1352] 58 (George White252, Elsie Cail163, Richard Cail67, Anne I'anson Ingledew32, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born on 15 Oct 1948 58.

Ian married Elizabeth Whitehead-[1354] [MRIN:459] on 11 Nov 1972 58.


Children from this marriage were:

   406 M    i. Julian Kyle White-[1355] 58 was born on 5 Jan 1980 58.
   407 F    ii. Melissa Karma White-[1356] 58 was born on 27 Jul 1982 58.
319. Helen Voller White-[1353] 58 (George White252, Elsie Cail163, Richard Cail67, Anne I'anson Ingledew32, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born on 12 Feb 1950 58.

Helen married Ross Strong-[1357] [MRIN:460] on 16 Aug 1969 58.


Children from this marriage were:

   408 F    i. Andrea Nicole Strong-[1358] 58 was born on 22 Dec 1975 58.
   409 M    ii. Ross Adrian Strong-[1359] 58 was born on 24 Dec 1978 58.
   410 M    iii. Clinton Tyler Strong-[1360] 58 was born on 8 Sep 1981 58.
320. Susan Rae White-[1363] 58 (Donald Cail White253, Elsie Cail163, Richard Cail67, Anne I'anson Ingledew32, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born on 1 Jan 1956 58.

Susan married Donald Ferguson-[1364] [MRIN:462].


Children from this marriage were:

+ 411 F    i. Shauna Ferguson-[1365] 58 was born in 1978 58.
   412 F    ii. Leah Ferguson-[1366] 58 was born in 1982 58.
332. Mary Frazer Ingledew-[213] (John Frazer263, Lt. Colonel Hamilton Murray181, Arthur Murray99, John Pybus37, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born on 8 Dec 1962.

Mary married Mark Evans-[982] [MRIN:350] on 29 Feb 1992.


Children from this marriage were:

   413 F    i. Constance Emily Evans-[983] was born on 21 Jan 1996.
   414 M    ii. William John Evans-[984] was born on 31 Dec 1999.
336. Elizabeth Newcome Ingledew-[221] (Henry Frank Hamilton264, Lt. Colonel Hamilton Murray181, Arthur Murray99, John Pybus37, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born in 1964.

Elizabeth married Neill King-[1015] [MRIN:361] in 1990.


Children from this marriage were:

   415 F    i. Rebekah Maya Newcome King-[1016] was born on 10 Feb 1995.
   416 M    ii. Sammy James King-[1017] was born on 24 Nov 1996.
349. Caroline Sian Chilton Grieves-[53] (Anne Patricia Ingledew270, Peter Murray187, Norman Murray105, John Pybus37, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born on 1 May 1966.

Caroline married Paul Gregory Hodgson-[977] [MRIN:348] on 18 Sep 1993.


Children from this marriage were:

   417 M    i. Samuel George Hodgson-[978] was born on 13 Mar 1995.
   418 M    ii. Isaac Michael Hodgson-[979] was born on 9 Jan 1999.
   419 F    iii. Jemima Isabelle Hodgson-[1371] was born on 7 Mar 2005 in Qatar.
356. Fiona Louise Wigley-[63] (Susan Margaret Ingledew273, Peter Murray187, Norman Murray105, John Pybus37, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born on 20 Mar 1974.

Fiona married Richard Horton-[1369] [MRIN:464].


Children from this marriage were:

   420 F    i. Sophie Isabelle Horton-[1370] was born on 15 Feb 2005 in Australia.
373. William Ingledew-[1181] 24 (William285, John Charles234, James134, John48, George Lynas25, John14, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1).

William married Sheila Lewis-[1318] [MRIN:442].


Children from this marriage were:

+ 421 F    i. Christine Ingledew-[1319] 24.
   422 M    ii. William Ingledew-[1320] 24.
374. Mary Ingledew-[1182] 24 (William285, John Charles234, James134, John48, George Lynas25, John14, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1).

Mary married William Lee-[1324] [MRIN:444].


Children from this marriage were:

+ 423 F    i. Bronia Elizabeth Lee-[1325] 24.
   424 M    ii. Darren William Lee-[1326] 24.

Darren married Ann Hughes-[1331] [MRIN:447].

Mary next married George Edward Bishop-[1330] [MRIN:446].

375. Muriel Ingledew-[1183] 24 (William285, John Charles234, James134, John48, George Lynas25, John14, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born on 31 Aug 1932 24 and died on 29 Dec 1999 24.

Muriel married Lawrence Armstrong-[1184] [MRIN:405].


Children from this marriage were:

+ 425 F    i. Michele Armstrong-[1185] 24 was born on 4 Aug 1958 24.

Muriel next married Ronald Batey-[1333] [MRIN:449].

387. Jennifer Carol Ingledew-[1213] 24 (James Henry295, James Henry235, James134, John48, George Lynas25, John14, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born on 13 Aug 1951 in Balmain 24.

Jennifer married Douglas Mack-[1214] [MRIN:417] on 9 Feb 1974 24.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 426 M    i. Jason Mack-[1215] was born on 1 Dec 1971 in Paddington.
   427 F    ii. Karen Mack-[1216] 24 was born on 10 Feb 1976 in Balmain 24.
388. James Douglas Forster Ingledew-[1217] 24 (James Henry295, James Henry235, James134, John48, George Lynas25, John14, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born on 28 Jul 1952 in Balmain 24.

James married Marlene Wilson-[1218] [MRIN:418].


Children from this marriage were:

+ 428 F    i. Wendy Lee Ingledew-[1219] 24 was born on 23 Mar 1977 in Balmain 24.

James next married Sharon Joyce O'toole-[1223] [MRIN:420] on 21 Mar 1982 24.


Children from this marriage were:

   429 M    i. Jarrod Bradley Ingledew-[1224] 24 was born on 31 Dec 1982 in Camperdown 24.
   430 M    ii. Sheldon James Ingledew-[1225] 24 was born on 3 May 1987 in Auburn 24.
   431 M    iii. Trent Phillip Thomas Ingledew-[1226] 24 was born on 17 Jun 1989 in Blacktown 24.
   432 F    iv. Chantel Elizabeth Ingledew-[1227] 24 was born on 10 Mar 1992 in Blacktown 24.

Eleventh Generation (8th Great Grandchildren)


411. Shauna Ferguson-[1365] 58 (Susan Rae White320, Donald Cail White253, Elsie Cail163, Richard Cail67, Anne I'anson Ingledew32, Henry16, James13, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born in 1978 58.

Shauna married Ward Cutler-[1367] [MRIN:463] in Aug 2002 58.


Children from this marriage were:

   433 M    i. Ty Mckean Cutler-[1368] 58 was born in Jun 2003 58.
421. Christine Ingledew-[1319] 24 (William373, William285, John Charles234, James134, John48, George Lynas25, John14, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1).

Christine married Unknown Joel-[1321] [MRIN:443].


Children from this marriage were:

   434 F    i. Dominique Renae Joel-[1322] 24.

twin

   435 M    ii. Lachlain John Joel-[1323] 24.

twin

423. Bronia Elizabeth Lee-[1325] 24 (Mary Ingledew374, William285, John Charles234, James134, John48, George Lynas25, John14, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1).

Bronia married Cecil Harry Blumgart-[1327] [MRIN:445].


Children from this marriage were:

   436 M    i. Daniel Mark Blumgart-[1328] 24.
   437 F    ii. Caitlin Hannah Blumgart-[1329] 24.
425. Michele Armstrong-[1185] 24 (Muriel Ingledew375, William285, John Charles234, James134, John48, George Lynas25, John14, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born on 4 Aug 1958 24.

Michele married Martin Stephenson-[1186] [MRIN:406] on 15 Sep 1990 24.


Children from this marriage were:

   438 F    i. Lauren Stephenson-[1187] 24 was born on 5 Jun 1991 24.
426. Jason Mack-[1215] (Jennifer Carol Ingledew387, James Henry295, James Henry235, James134, John48, George Lynas25, John14, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born on 1 Dec 1971 in Paddington.

Father Gregory Bugden 24

Jason married Jenelle Ratcliffe-[1313] [MRIN:439].

Not married


Children from this marriage were:

   439 M    i. Logan Patrick Mack-[1314] was born on 31 Aug 2004 in Camperdown 24.
428. Wendy Lee Ingledew-[1219] 24 (James Douglas Forster388, James Henry295, James Henry235, James134, John48, George Lynas25, John14, Joseph9, James7, Raiph1) was born on 23 Mar 1977 in Balmain 24.

Wendy married Warren Nicholls-[1220] [MRIN:419].


Children from this marriage were:

   440 M    i. Mitchell Nicholls-[1221] 24 was born on 18 Apr 1996 in Blacktown 24.
   441 F    ii. Tayla Nicholls-[1222] 24 was born on 27 Jan 1998 24.
   442 M    iii. Braydon Nicholls-[1315] was born on 11 Jun 2004 in Blacktown.


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