Ingram in Missouri



     Misc. Ingram Data - Missouri: Pike/Lincoln Co. and Statewide

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History of Lincoln County Missouri; Goodspeed; 1888
  [Newberry Library, Chicago IL]

 pg. 555-556:

 [Original text]

  Jarot Ingram, of the firm of J. Ingram & Son, dealer in general
  merchandise at Truxton, Mo., was born in Warren County, Mo., in 1833,
  and is a son of John and Huldah (Oden) Ingram.  The former was born in
  Logan County, Ky., in 1811, and in 1818 came with his father, Jarot
  Ingram, to Pike County, Mo., he being one of the first white settlers
  of Northeast Missouri, where he was one of the first teachers of that
  district.  John married and settled in Warren County, where he lived
  until 1853, with the exception of a short time spent in Lincoln County.
  He then removed to Montgomery County, where he died in 1888 .  He was a
  soldier in the Black Hawk War, and from 1864 to 1868 was assessor of
  Montgomery County, and was a well-to-do farmer.  His wife was born in
  St. Charles County, and died in 1855.  Mr. Ingram was married twice.
  Jarot Ingram is the eldest of nine children, and was educated in the
  common schools of Lincoln and Warren counties.  He was married in 1859
  to Sarah A., a daughter of H. R. and Mary Sitton, who were formerly of
  Tennessee, but were early settlers of Lincoln County.  Four children
  were born to their union, three of whom are living.  Mr. Ingram farmed
  in Montgomery County until 1880, when he removed to Truxton and engaged
  in the merchandise business in connection with William T. Adelott and
  William Owings, but at the end of three years Mr. Owings retired, and
  in March, 1888, Mr. Ingram became the sole proprietor, and the firm
  became known as Ingram & Son.  Since the war Mr. Ingram has been a
  Republican in his political views, and while in Montgomery County served
  for some time as justice of the peace.  During the was he served in Capt.
  William Colbert's Company of Enrolled Missouri Militia.  Mrs. Ingram has
  been a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church since her youth.

Above text reformatted and commented for clarity; my comments in
  square [] brackets.

  Jarot Ingram, of the firm of J. Ingram & Son, dealer in general
  merchandise at Truxton, Mo., was born in Warren County, Mo., in 1833,
  and is a son of John and Huldah (Oden) Ingram.
  The former [John Ingram] was born in Logan County, Ky., in 1811,
  and in 1818 came with his father, Jarot Ingram, to Pike County, Mo.,
  he [Jarot] being one of the first white settlers of Northeast Missouri,
  where he was one of the first teachers of that district.
  John married and settled in Warren County, where he lived
  until 1853, with the exception of a short time spent in Lincoln County.
  He [John] then removed to Montgomery County, where he died in 1888.
  He [John] was a soldier in the Black Hawk War, and from 1864 to 1868
  was assessor of Montgomery County, and was a well-to-do farmer.
  His [John's] wife [Huldah Oden] was born in St. Charles County,
  and [she] died in 1855.
  Mr. Ingram [John] was married twice. [second wife unknown]

  [Following refers to just Jarot, son of John.]
  Jarot Ingram is the eldest of nine children, and was educated in the
  common schools of Lincoln and Warren counties.  He was married in 1859
  to Sarah A., a daughter of H. R. [Hankerson Rue] and Mary Sitton, who were formerly of
  Tennessee, but were early settlers of Lincoln County.  Four children
  were born to their union, three of whom are living [i.e., as of 1888].
  [These children were (Ingram):
  John Hankerson (8Jun1861-20Feb1932) m. Virginia Forman Hoss;
  Mary Hulda (25May1863-24May1915) m1 George W. joiner, m2 Luke Parrish;
  Abbie Belle (5Nov1867-1868); and
  Stella Lois (28Feb1870-25Jan1911) m. Harry Roslock.
  Mr. Ingram farmed
  in Montgomery County until 1880, when he removed to Truxton and engaged
  in the merchandise business in connection with William T. Adelott and
  William Owings, but at the end of three years Mr. Owings retired, and
  in March, 1888, Mr. Ingram became the sole proprietor, and the firm
  became known as Ingram & Son.  Since the war Mr. Ingram has been a
  Republican in his political views, and while in Montgomery County served
  for some time as justice of the peace.  During the was he served in Capt.
  William Colbert's Company of Enrolled Missouri Militia.  Mrs. Ingram has
  been a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church since her youth.

  [Jarot Ingram died 11 Mar 1902 at Olney Springs, Crowley Co., Colorado.
   Sarah Ann Sitton Ingram died 31 Aug 1916 at Olney Springs, Crowley Co., Colorado.]

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A History of the Pioneer Families of Missouri;
    Bryan, Wm. S. and Rose, Robert; Genealogical Publishing Co.;
    Baltimore; 1977
    [Mt. Prospect IL Public Library, Arlington Heights IL Public Library]

    Pg. 272:

        INGRAM - Jonathan Ingram married Barbara Mennefee, of Virginia,
    and settled in Logan Co., Ky.  Their children were--Rhoda, Jonas,
    Samuel, Garrett, James, Anna, Polly, and Barsheba.  Garrett married
    Nancy Hudson, and settled in Pike Co., Mo., in 1818.  Their children
    were--Polly, John, Barbara, Elizabeth, Jonathan, Samuel, Nancy, and
    Sally.--Rhoda Ingram settled in Indiana and James and Polly in
    Illinois.

    [note: "Garrett" usually spelled Jarot/Jarrot/Jarrott.]

    Pg. 272 also gives HUDSON.


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Missouri Pioneers; Hodges and Woodruff; Vol IX; Pike County Marriages
  1840-1851
    [Mount Prospect IL PL]

     7  85 12JAN1843 Israel Warner-Martha Ingram         30
    18 182 30SEP1847 George Ansol-Nancy Ingram          120
    19 188 20JAN1848 James Lee-Frances Ingram            21

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History of Lincoln County Missouri; 1888.

Also repeated in Kinfolks of William Parke and Synah Perry, and Josiah Wilson
and Margaret Crow, Including the Related Families of Hammonds, Lewis, Stephens,
Wheeler, Estes, Lynn, Hopper, Picklin, Ellis and Others; Howell, Margie Ellis;
1967; pg. E-61.  [Notes: Book is out of print and I do not have a complete copy,
only a few pages.  Corso is in Lincoln Co., Missouri.]

    [1818] New Liberty Methodist Episcopal Church was organized
    in 1818, at some private house, probably that of the father of
    Judge S. T. Ingram, near Corso in the northwestern part of the county.
    It is believed that it was organized by Rev. John Scrips.
    The Ingrams, Owings, and Hudsons were some of its constituent members.
    No church building was constructed until 1848, when a log chapel was
    erected.

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Missouri Marriages to 1850; Brooks, Linda S. Barner; 1984; Self-published.
    [Mount Prospect IL PL]

Page 215:

            GROOM                 BRIDE                   DATE     COUNTY

INGRAM(?), John L.          SMALLMAN, Eliza             10/06/1850 Polk
INGRAM, Elisha              HENDERSON, Pricsilla        12/24/1835 Pike
INGRAM, George              RANSOM, Jane                07/11/1845 Callaw
INGRAM, Isaa (sic)          SMALLMAN, Ann D.            03/06/1850 Polk
INGAM, James S.             GORHAM, Jane                10/28/1830 Randol
INGRAM, Jonathan            UPTEGROVE, Elizabeth        06/15/1837 Lincol   (1)
INGRAM, Samuel              UPTEGROVE, Nancy E.         03/02/1843 Lincol   (1)
INGRAM, William M.          GRADY, Nancy                05/24/1849 Osage
INGRIM(?), John L.          SMALLMAN, Eliza             10/06/1850 Polk

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            BRIDE                 GROOM                   DATE     COUNTY

INGRAM, Barbary (sic)       PARKE, Joseph               10/11/1838 Pike    (1)
INGRAM, Barshaba (sic)      MABRAY, Pleasant            03/01/1832 Pike
INGRAM, Elizabeth A.        UPTEGROVE, Isaac            10/09/1834 Pike    (1)
INGRAM, Frances             LEE, James                  01/20/1848 Pike
INGRAM, Martha              WARNER, Israel              01/12/1843 Pike
INGRAM, Mary                ABBOTT, James               12/18/1844 Perry
INGRAM, Nancy               ANSON, George               09/30/1847 Pike    (2)
INGRAM, Nancy               POWELL, David               01/25/1848 Lafaye
INGRAM, Polly Jane          SPRADDLIN, William          05/11/1849 Lincol

(1) - Indicates marriage of child of Nancy Hudson and Jarrott Ingram
      shown in records of Hudson Family Association.

(2) - Indicates marriage of child of Nancy Hudson and Jarrott Ingram
      shown in records of Hudson Family Association but did not have date
      or county.

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BLM Land Patents for Ingram's in Missouri Counties of: Pike, Lincoln,
Warren and Montgomery.  All 5th Principal Meridian.  From look-up
on BLM internet site www.glorecords.blm.gov July, 2000.

Lincoln:
 INGRAM, JARROT     04/01/1848  16118 MO2420__.137  T50N, R2W, 7/, 2SW
 INGRAM, JOHN       09/15/1854  28783 MO2530__.027  T49N, R3W, 10/, SWNE
 INGRAM, JONATHAN   07/10/1844  22192 MO2400__.231  T51N, R2W, 32/, NE
 INGRAM, JONATHAN   03/14/1860  32970 MO2620__.435  T50N, R2W, 6/, NW
 INGRAM, SAMUEL     10/15/1853  27807 MO2510__.266  T50N, R3W, 14/, NENE
 INGRAM, SAMUEL T   01/01/1850  24552 MO2450__.274  T50N, R3W, 1/, NWSE
 INGRAM, SAMUEL T   01/01/1850  24587 MO2450__.309  T50N, R3W, 1/, SWSE
 INGRAM, SAMUEL T   06/10/1850  25183 MO2460__.308  T50N, R3W, 1/, NESE

Pike:
 INGRAM, BARSHEBA   04/24/1833   2468 MO0290__.430  T51N, R3W, 36/, ESW    80 acres
 INGRAM, ELISHA     04/01/1839  17145 MO2300__.132  T53N, R2W, 34/, SENW
 INGRAM, ELISHA     04/01/1839  17146 MO2300__.133  T53N, R2W, 34/, NWSW
 INGRAM, IVERSON    03/10/1856  31210 MO2550__.417  T53N, R2W, 35/, SENW
 INGRAM, JARROT     11/10/1830   1607 MO0280__.101  T51N, R3W, 36/, ENE    80 acres
 INGRAM, WILLIAM    12/01/1851  25452 MO2470__.090  T53N, R2W, 34/, NWNE 1
                                                    T53N, R2W, 34/, NENW 2

Montgomery:

 INGRAM, JOHN       08/01/1853  20643 MO0930__.076  T48N, R3W, 5/, W2NW
 INGRAM, JOHN       09/01/1853  27698 MO2510__.029  T49N, R3W, 32/, NWSW
 INGRAM, SAMUEL T   09/10/1844  22816 MO2410__.398  T49N, R3W, 20/, WNE

Warren:

 INGRAM, JOHN       04/01/1839  16202 MO2280__.245  T49N, R3W, 34/, NENW
 INGRAM, JOHN       04/01/1839  17877 MO2310__.344  T49N, R3W, 33/, ENE
 INGRAM, JOHN       06/10/1850  25138 MO2460__.278  T49N, R3W, 28/, SESE
 INGRAM, JOHN       12/01/1851  25935 MO2470__.465  T49N, R3W, 33/, NWNW
 INGRAM, JOHN       10/15/1853  27779 MO2510__.264  T49N, R3W, 33/, SWSE


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Ingram Marriages of children of Nancy Hudson and Jarrott Ingram not
listed in Missouri Marriages to 1850; Brooks, Linda S. Barner; 1984.
These come from database records of Hudson Family Association and were
within the time and place scope of that publication.

INGRAM, Polly               SITTON, William             21DEC1826  Lincol
INGRAM, John                ODEM(N), Hulda(h)           11APR1833  Warren



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