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*Rootsweb: http://newsfeed.rootsweb.com/th/read/INGALLS/2003-02/1046230472
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*Rootsweb: [http://newsfeed.rootsweb.com/th/read/INGALLS/2003-02/1046230472 ''Ingalls'']:
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From: "Bruce Ingalls" <[email protected]> 
Subject: Re: [INGALLS] Re: Kitty ingalls autograph book 
Date: Tue, 25 Feb 2003 
References: <20030225.204229.-195497.5.noles[email protected]>
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From: "Bruce Ingalls" <bhingalls @ prodigy . net>
 
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Subject: Re: [INGALLS]
Linda,
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:Re: Kitty ingalls autograph book
Thanks for this information. I have Charles Wesley Ingalls b. 04-21-1812 in
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Bristol, Grafton Co, NH. He was the son of Jonathan Ingalls (Burleigh
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References: <[email protected]>
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:Linda,
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::Thanks for this information. I have Charles Wesley Ingalls b. 04-21-1812 in Bristol, Grafton Co, NH. He was the son of Jonathan Ingalls (Burleigh
 
#1584) and Abigail Cleveland. This means that Kitty's line ties into Laura
 
#1584) and Abigail Cleveland. This means that Kitty's line ties into Laura
 
Ingalls Wilder's line as Jonathan was the brother of Samuel Ingalls
 
Ingalls Wilder's line as Jonathan was the brother of Samuel Ingalls
 
(Burleigh #1576 Laura's g-grandfather) who married Margaret Delano.
 
(Burleigh #1576 Laura's g-grandfather) who married Margaret Delano.
Bruce
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*Schrader, Arlene Ingalls. Ingalls Inquirer, Vol. 1-10, 1984-1992 P. 11, 12
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*Schrader, Arlene Ingalls. [http://home.comcast.net/~ingallspages/Inquirer/1-2.html ''Ingalls Inquirer''], Vol. 1-10, 1984-1992 P. 11, 12
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:13.Charles Wesley b 21 Apr 1812 m Catherine Hamm, NH d 1889 Harbor Springs, MI
 
:13.Charles Wesley b 21 Apr 1812 m Catherine Hamm, NH d 1889 Harbor Springs, MI
 
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:Jonathon Ingalls came to MI in 1837 with his son, Charles W. and wife, Catherine and their sons, C. Manley and Hall J. They stopped in Novi and later came to Sebewa, Ionia Co, MI. Hall Ingalls as a boy grew up with the Indians at Shim-ne-con. At the placing of a marker by the DAR in memory of Chief Okemos, Hall related the story of the chief's illness and his return to the summer camp Shim-ne-con and his death and burial 12 May 1858. The Indians later removed to the reservation at Mt. Pleasant, MI. Charles W. bought the land known as Shim-ne-con in 1861.
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:Early in 1874, Charles W. Ingalls arrived and engaged in the real estate business, the firm at that time being C. W. Ingalls & Son (EMMET CO, MI). He had been engaged in business for many years carrying on farming, mill business and general merchandising.
 
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:In December 1863 he enlisted in Company I, 21 Regiment Michigan Infantry. Afterward promoted to captain of the second regiment. He was disabled in 1864 and resigned. In the spring of 1874 he came to EMMET CO MI and was actively engaged in locating soldiers upon homesteads after the lands of the county came into market and has continued to carry on real estate business to present time (1884). When Mr. Ingalls settled in Harbor Springs, there were but two stores in the place and less than a half dozen white people.
Jonathon Ingalls came to MI in 1837 with his son, Charles W. and wife, Catherine and their sons, C. Manley and Hall J. They stopped in Novi and later came to Sebewa, Ionia Co MI. Hall Ingalls as a boy grew up with the Indians at Shim-ne-con. At the placing of a marker by the DAR in memory of Chief Okemos, Hall related the story of the chief's illness and his return to the summer camp Shim-ne-con and his death and burial 12 May 1858. The Indians later removed to the reservation at Mt. Pleasant, MI. Charles W. bought the land known as Shim-ne-con in 1861.
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:Story of three brothers arriving in Sebewa, Ionia Co MI
 
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:The first attempt at a permanent settlement and the one from which the history of the town properly dates, concerns the coming in 1838 of John F. Terrill, Charles W. Ingalls, and John Brown. Terrill located in Sec. 25 and Brown and Ingalls on Sec. 36 not far away. All three were pushing VT Yankees and laid hold with a will to the heavy task before them. They had come to stay and when they came they knew what they were coming to, so there was neither faint heart nor failing energy among them. Slowly but surely the forest-wild gave way before the sturdy blows of their ringing axes, and where erstwhile stretched a wilderness soon spread a pleasing prospect of comfortable, if not elegant homes and fruitful farms...
Early in 1874, Charles W. Ingalls arrived and engaged in the real estate business, the firm at that time being C. W. Ingalls & Son (EMMET CO, MI). He had been engaged in business for many years carrying on farming, mill business and general merchandising.
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:John B. Terrill m 10 Oct 1812 at Bridgewater NH Polly Ingalls dau of Jonathan and Abigail Ingalls. Polly was b 6 Oct 1796 Bristol NH and d 21 Nov 1883, Portland, MI. Polly's grave is marked as a Original Daughter of the Revolution. Her father Jonathan Revolutionary war soldier is buried in Sebewa township on the old Terrill farm (see photo elsewhere). This is reported to be the first burial in Sebewa before there was a cemetery. John Brown m Sarah Ingalls, dau of Jonathan and Abigail. Charles W. Ingalls m Catherine Hamm in 1834, MA.
 
 
In December 1863 he enlisted in Company I, 21 Regiment Michigan Infantry. Afterward promoted to captain of the second regiment. He was disabled in 1864 and resigned. In the spring of 1874 he came to EMMET CO MI and was actively engaged in locating soldiers upon homesteads after the lands of the county came into market and has continued to carry on real estate business to present time (1884). When Mr. Ingalls settled in Harbor Springs, there were but two stores in the place and less than a half dozen white people.
 
 
 
Story of three brothers arriving in Sebewa, Ionia Co MI
 
 
 
The first attempt at a permanent settlement and the one from which the history of the town properly dates, concerns the coming in 1838 of John F. Terrill, Charles W. Ingalls, and John Brown. Terrill located in Sec. 25 and Brown and Ingalls on Sec. 36 not far away. All three were pushing VT Yankees and laid hold with a will to the heavy task before them. They had come to stay and when they came they knew what they were coming to, so there was neither faint heart nor failing energy among them. Slowly but surely the forest-wild gave way before the sturdy blows of their ringing axes, and where erstwhile stretched a wilderness soon spread a pleasing prospect of comfortable, if not elegant homes and fruitful farms...
 
 
 
John B. Terrill m 10 Oct 1812 at Bridgewater NH Polly Ingalls dau of Jonathan and Abigail Ingalls. Polly was b 6 Oct 1796 Bristol NH and d 21 Nov 1883, Portland, MI. Polly's grave is marked as a Original Daughter of the Revolution. Her father Jonathan Revolutionary war soldier is buried in Sebewa township on the old Terrill farm (see photo elsewhere). This is reported to be the first burial in Sebewa before there was a cemetery. John Brown m Sarah Ingalls, dau of Jonathan and Abigail. Charles W. Ingalls m Catherine Hamm in 1834, MA.
 

Revision as of 05:48, 9 December 2011

Captain Charles Wesley Ingalls
Lakeview Cemetery, Harbor Springs, Michigan
Born: 21 Apr 1812 Bristol, Grafton, New Hampshire
Died: 9 Feb 1889 Harbor Springs, Emmet, Michigan
Father: Jonathan Ingalls
Mother: Abigail Cleveland
Siblings: Charles Wesley Ingalls
Spouse: Catherine D. Hamm
Married: bef 1832 of Canada
Children: Maranda Ingalls
Manley Ingalls
Hale Ingals
George Ingalls
Cleveland Alphonso Ingalls
Edward Ingalls
Frances Ingalls
Sylvester Ingalls

Sources

  • 1850 Federal Census, Sebewa, Ionia, Michigan
Ingalls, Charles W., male, 36, New Hampshire
, Catharine, female, 37, New Hampshire
, Manley, male, 14, Massachusetts
, Hale, male, 13, New Hampshire
, George, male, 11, Michigan
, Alfonzo, male, 8, Michigan
, Edward, male, 6, Michigan
, Francis, female, 4, Michigan
, Sylvester, male, 1, Michigan
, Maranda, female, 18, Canada
  • 1860 Federal Census, Ionia Co., Michigan, Family # 426
Ingalls, Charles, W., male, 47, New Hampshire
, Catherine, female, 47, New Hampshire
, Alphonso, male, 18, Michigan
, Edward, male, 17, Michigan
, Frances, female, 14, Michigan
, Sylvester, male, 11, Michigan
  • 1870 Federal Census, Danby, Ionia, Michigan
Ingalls, Charles, male, white, 27, b. Michigan
, Catharine, female, white, 59, b. New Hampshire
, Alphonso, male, white, 27, b. Michigan
, Sylvester, male, white, 21, b. Michigan
Ham, Doratha, female, white, 90, b. New Hampshire
Ingalls, Charles N.
Age: 76
Born: 4/12/1812
Died: 2/13/1889
Burial: 0/0/0000
Cemetery: Lakeview, Harbor Springs
Military: Civil War Capt., Co. K. 2nd Mich Inf.
Ingalls, Charles W.
Age: 67
Born: 0/0/0000
Died: 2/13/1889
Burial: 2/13/1889
Cemetery: Lakeview, Harbor Springs

From: "Bruce Ingalls" <bhingalls @ prodigy . net>

Subject: Re: [INGALLS]
Re: Kitty ingalls autograph book
Date: Tue, 25 Feb 2003

References: <[email protected]>
Linda,
Thanks for this information. I have Charles Wesley Ingalls b. 04-21-1812 in Bristol, Grafton Co, NH. He was the son of Jonathan Ingalls (Burleigh
  1. 1584) and Abigail Cleveland. This means that Kitty's line ties into Laura

Ingalls Wilder's line as Jonathan was the brother of Samuel Ingalls (Burleigh #1576 Laura's g-grandfather) who married Margaret Delano.

Bruce
13.Charles Wesley b 21 Apr 1812 m Catherine Hamm, NH d 1889 Harbor Springs, MI
Jonathon Ingalls came to MI in 1837 with his son, Charles W. and wife, Catherine and their sons, C. Manley and Hall J. They stopped in Novi and later came to Sebewa, Ionia Co, MI. Hall Ingalls as a boy grew up with the Indians at Shim-ne-con. At the placing of a marker by the DAR in memory of Chief Okemos, Hall related the story of the chief's illness and his return to the summer camp Shim-ne-con and his death and burial 12 May 1858. The Indians later removed to the reservation at Mt. Pleasant, MI. Charles W. bought the land known as Shim-ne-con in 1861.
Early in 1874, Charles W. Ingalls arrived and engaged in the real estate business, the firm at that time being C. W. Ingalls & Son (EMMET CO, MI). He had been engaged in business for many years carrying on farming, mill business and general merchandising.
In December 1863 he enlisted in Company I, 21 Regiment Michigan Infantry. Afterward promoted to captain of the second regiment. He was disabled in 1864 and resigned. In the spring of 1874 he came to EMMET CO MI and was actively engaged in locating soldiers upon homesteads after the lands of the county came into market and has continued to carry on real estate business to present time (1884). When Mr. Ingalls settled in Harbor Springs, there were but two stores in the place and less than a half dozen white people.
Story of three brothers arriving in Sebewa, Ionia Co MI
The first attempt at a permanent settlement and the one from which the history of the town properly dates, concerns the coming in 1838 of John F. Terrill, Charles W. Ingalls, and John Brown. Terrill located in Sec. 25 and Brown and Ingalls on Sec. 36 not far away. All three were pushing VT Yankees and laid hold with a will to the heavy task before them. They had come to stay and when they came they knew what they were coming to, so there was neither faint heart nor failing energy among them. Slowly but surely the forest-wild gave way before the sturdy blows of their ringing axes, and where erstwhile stretched a wilderness soon spread a pleasing prospect of comfortable, if not elegant homes and fruitful farms...
John B. Terrill m 10 Oct 1812 at Bridgewater NH Polly Ingalls dau of Jonathan and Abigail Ingalls. Polly was b 6 Oct 1796 Bristol NH and d 21 Nov 1883, Portland, MI. Polly's grave is marked as a Original Daughter of the Revolution. Her father Jonathan Revolutionary war soldier is buried in Sebewa township on the old Terrill farm (see photo elsewhere). This is reported to be the first burial in Sebewa before there was a cemetery. John Brown m Sarah Ingalls, dau of Jonathan and Abigail. Charles W. Ingalls m Catherine Hamm in 1834, MA.