Ingalls Pages
Madison County

Early Settlers

James Ingalls Sr. 14 Apr 1782 - 6 Mar 1867
Family Monument - Walnut Grove Cemetery, Wampsville, NY.  The Ingles (Ingalls) plot is located in the second row, right side, almost to the fence near the northern boundary of Walnut Grove Cemetery.

 

James Ingalls Sr., Nancy his wife Nancy (Annie) Moot was born in 1784 (daughter of Conrad G. Moot and Catharine Taylor) in Columbia County, NY. She died on 11 June 1869.  She was married to James Ingles in 1805 and together they bore six children: Kate, John Jay, James Jr., Joseph 2nd, Conrad and Erastus.

Caty (Kate) Ingalls
(1805 - 22 Apr 1833)

Buried with her father and brother, James, Jr., in the James Ingles, Sr. plot. She was also known as Caty Ingles. She was married to John Hall about 1825. Kate Ingalls and John Hall had one child, DeWitt C. Hall. As children married they occupied the tenant house at the corner of Buyea and Eddy Roads. After a short period of time they moved to their own farm. This pattern seems to be followed with all the children. The tenant house still exists at the corner of Buyea Road and Eddy Road although it is in poor shape and looks more like an old chicken coop. From DJ Ingalls notes.


James Ingalls Jr.
12 May 1810 - 28 Oct 1898

James Ingalls Jr. was married to Julia (Jennie) Rice. Julia (Jennie) Rice was born on 14 Jul 1814. She died on 30 Oct 1891 in Merrillsville, Madison Co, NY.  James Ingalls Jr. and Julia (aka Jennie-Junia) Rice had 6 children: Helen, Benjamin Franklin, Lucinda, Catherine, Emma J. and Nora.

 

 

Erastus Ingalls 1823-1890;
Athelia His Wife 1828-1885

Erastus Ingalls was married to Athelia Stewart (daughter of Stewart and Betsie). Athelia died in 1885 in Town of Lenox, Madison Co, NY. Erastus Ingalls and Athelia Stewart had 5 children: Josephine, Phineas Dexter, Frederick Carson, Nellie and Jessie. Oneida Union 18 Sep 1890: Erastus Ingalls, a farmer residing near here, died suddenly of apoplexy, yesterday morning surviving the attack only about 20 minutes. The deceased, who had been in his usual health, came in the house shortly after 8 o'clock and complained of feeling ill and quietly sank into unconsciousness. His children were telephoned for at Lee Centre and Rome and arr. at the family home. He was 68 years of age, and a respected citizen who will be missed by the community in which he lived and moved. He was a brother-in-law of P. L. Stewart, of Oneida, and besides a large number of relatives and friends, leaves five children, two sons and three daughters. The funeral takes place at the residence of his brother, James, tomorrow.

Jessie 1863 -1908(see above), daughter of Erastus Ingalls and Athelia Stewart, was married to George Hitchcock. Canastota Bee Journal (4 Jan 1909):  Miss Jessie Fremont Ingalls a former resident of Wampsville died last week at the home of her sister, Mrs. H.J. Hitchcock of Lee Centre with whom she had made her home for the past fifteen years. Death was caused by fibroidpthsis or consumption of the fibers from which she had suffered for some time. Mrs. Ingalls conducted a millinery establishment at Lee Centre. She had an extensive trade and just before her death had purchased a building for her business. She had a lovable disposition and fine character and her death is mourned by many friends. The funeral was held at the home of her sister, at 9 a.m. Monday, Rev. George Dermott officiating. The bearers were Phineas D. Ingalls, Willis D. Ingalls, S. Stuart Ingalls, and G.E. Hollenbeck, all relatives of the deceased. Interment was made in the cemetery at Wampsville, the former home of the deceased.


Joseph Ingols born Jan 14 1814 Died Nov 10 1989
Mary his wife Died Nov 14 1886 Aged 68 years 6 months

Family monument left. Located in Walnut Grove Cemetery, near the middle road just left of the mortuary.



 

 

 

 

Joseph Ingalls, 2nd
(also known as Joseph Ingols - Joyce Scott Collection of the Madison County Historical Association). Ingols, Joseph, (Wampsville,) lot 6, farmer 207 acres. He was married to Mary Kilts (daughter of Nicholas Kilts and Elizabeth Buyea) on 24 Dec 1840. Mary Kilts was born on 25 Apr 1818. She died on 14 Nov 1886. Joseph Ingalls 2nd and Mary Kilts had five children: Mary J, Francis M, Orin Jason, Nancy M, and Nicholas Kilts.


John J. Ingles 12 Mar 1808 - 1886
John Jay Ingalls was the son of James Ingalls Sr and Nancy (Annie) Moot. He was married to Anna A. Buyea (daughter of John Averal Buyea and Elizabeth Boyer). John Jay Ingalls and Anna A. Buyea had 10 children: Rush, Lucius, Susan, Luther B., Martha Ann, Ruth, Newton, John Jr., Addison and Jane. His will signed in 1884 in Madison Co, NY was declared invalid by the Surrogate Court (Personalty $2000, Realty none listed). File No. 4952. In the decision denying the validity of the will mention is made of 8 children. John Jay Ingalls' second marriage to Mary L. Sheldon (daughter of Justus Sheldon and Lucina Bates) occurred between 1870 and 1880.

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