COUNCIL OF APPOINTMENT
STATE OF NEW YORK,
COMPILED AND EDITED BY
HUGH HASTINGS, State Historian.
HENRY HARMON NOBLE, Chief Clerk.
PUBLISHED BY THE STATE OF NEW YORK.
JAMES B. LYON, STATE PRINTER.
pp. 59–60 (description of the Council of Appointment Military Minutes):
MINUTES of THE COUNCIL
THE Council of Appointment minutes are deposited in the office of the Secretary of State, Albany, and cover fourteen volumes of manuscript. The first, second and third volumes are composed of civil and military matters; volumes 4, 6, 8, 10, 12 and 14, civil appointments, and volumes 5, 7, 9, 11 and 13, military.
The subject matter contained in these volumes comprises the military appointments made by the Council of Appointment, beginning after the last name mentioned in "New York in the Revolution" to the adoption of the second constitution in 1821. In the thousands of names here presented will be found those of men who have been prominently identified with the history of the State in the arts, sciences and the law. Several governors and United States senators performed duty as militiamen during the good old times when the "training day" was one of the features of the year. …
[Transcriber's note: The compilation of the Military Minutes was published in four volumes comprising 3,042 pages.]
Ingalls - Ingals - Ingols - Ingells
James Ingalls (1798): Otsego County. Lieutenant Colonel Commandant David Baits' regiment, James Ingalls, second major, vice Thomas Whitaker, in jail. (p. 406)
James Ingals (1800): Otsego County ... ("regiment never compleated") and the commissions of the said officers of the said company be and they are hereby revoked and annulled. ... second major, vice (James) Ingals, refuses. (p. 531)
Samuel Ingalls, jr. (1803): Onondaga County, Brigadier General Asa Danforth's brigade: In the regiment lately commanded by Moses Hopkins, Samuel Ingalls, junior, captain; (p. 656)
_(Samuel Ingalls, jr.)_Ingalls (1808): Cortland County, Regiment lately commanded by James Knapp: vice Ingalls, moved. (p. 1021)
Ebenezer Ingols (1806): Otsego County. New regiment to be composed of the militia of the battalion commanded by Major Commandant Samuel Babcock, Ebenezer Ingols, do (ensign). (p. 827)
Otis Ingals (1806): Genesee County. In the regiment to be commanded by Asa Ransom: Ensigns, Otis Ingals. (p. 836)
Otis Ingalls (1807): Genesee County. In Lieutenant Colonel Asa Ransom's regiment: Lieutenants--Otis Ingalls. (p. 893)
Otis Ingalls (1808): Niagara County (erected from Genesee county March 11, 1808): Lieutenant Colonel Asa Ransom's regiment: Lieutenants --Otis Ingalls. (p. 967)
---(Otis) Ingalls (1809): Niagara County: Lieutenant Colonel Timothy S. Hopkins' regiment, vice Ingals, moved. (p. 1098)
John W. Ingals (1806): Madison County, Regiment lately commanded by Lieutenant Colonel David Norton. Ensigns--John W. Ingals -- light infantry (p. 842)
James Ingels (1810): Schoharie County, Lieutenant Colonel Storm A. Becker's regiment, James Ingels, ensign -- of grenadiers. (p. 1165)
James Ingells (1811): Schoharie County, Lieutenant Colonel Storm A. Becker's regiment: James Ingells, lieutenant. (p. 1269)
Erastus Ingalls (1811): Otsego County, Lieutenant Colonel Matthew Clyde's regiment: Erastus Ingalls, do (ensign), vice E. Williams, moved. (p. 1231)
Daniel Ingalls (1818): Niagara County, One Hundred and Eighty-first regiment of infantry (new): Daniel Ingalls, surgeon. (p. 1863)
John Ingalls (1818): Washington County, One Hundred and Seventy-fifth regiment of infantry: Lieutenants--John Ingalls, second, vice Slade, promoted. (p. 1895)
John Ingals (1821): Washington County, One Hundred and Twenty-first regiment of infantry: John Ingals, second, captain, vice Slade (Obadiah Slade), resigned. ( p. 2298)
Charles Ingals (1818): Washington County, One Hundred and Fifty-Sixth regiment of infantry: Charles Ingals, paymaster, vice Moore, resigned. (p. 1962)
Charles Ingals (1819): Washington County, One Hundred and Fifty-sixth regiment of infantry: William H. Van Schaick, paymaster, vice Ingals, promoted. (p. 2017)
Amos Ingals (1819): Cattaraugus County, One Hundred and Seventy-third regiment of infantry: Ensigns--Amos Ingals, vice Woodworth, moved. (p. 2054)
Amos Ingals (1820): Cattaraugus County, One Hundred and Seventy-third regiment of infantry: Lieutenants--Amos Ingals. (p. 2162)
Jared Ingalls (1820): Otsego County, Twelfth regiment of artillery: Second Lieutenants--Jared Ingalls, vice Thurber, declined. (p. 2212)
Jared Ingalls (1821): Otsego County, Twelfth regiment of artillery: Jared Ingals, quartermaster. (p. 2282)
Ira Ingalls (1821): Otsego County, Second regiment of infantry: Ensigns, Ira Ingalls, vice Luddington, moved. (p. 2246)
Transcriber's notes: Where "do" indicates a title, the title is recorded in parentheses after. "Vice" indicates the appointment was a replacement for the name following.
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