John Ingersoll

John Ingersoll (1645 - 1716)

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John Ingersoll aka Ingerson, Inkersall
Born in Salem, Essex, Massachusetts Baymap
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Husband of — married about 1666 in Kittery, York, Mainemap
Descendants descendants
Died in Kittery, York, Mainemap
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NOTE: John born 12 Sep 1645 is a gr-grandson of Geo 1562

1 George INGERSOLL b: 1562 in Edworth, Bedfordshire, England d: 1644 in Edworth, Bedfordshire, England +Allica HANKINS b: 1566 in Hinxworth, Hertfordshire, England
......... 2 Richard INGERSOLL b: 10 March 1587/88 in Edworth, Bedfordshire, England d: 21 July 1644 in Salem, Essex Co, MA +Agnes Ann LANGLEY b: 20 July 1590 in Sandy, Bedfordshire, England d: 30 July 1677 in Salem, Essex Co, MA m: 20 October 1611 in Sandy, Bedfordshire, England
.................... 3 George INGERSOLL b: 2 July 1618 in Sands, Bedfordshire, England d: Aft. 22 June 1694 in Salem, Essex Co, MA +Elizabeth LUNT b: Abt. 1620 in Sefton, Lancashire, England d: June 1694 in Falmouth, Cumberland or Essex Co, MA m: 1642 in Salem, Essex, MA
............................... 4 John Ingersoll b: 12 September 1645 in Salem, Essex Co, MA d: 1716 in Kittery, York Co, ME

John Ingersoll aka Ingerson prospered at Falmouth, Maine but was driven from Falmouth by the Indian wars in 1675. He lived in Kittery, Maine until 1680, then returning to Falmouth. He again left Falmouth and returned to Kittery on account of Indian hostilities. On 1 September 1712, the Kittery real estate of John Ingersoll and John Ingersoll, Jr. was estimated to yield annually, 5 pounds and 3 pounds respectively. [1] [2]

Torry in his New England Marriages Prior to 1700 gives a marriage date for John and Deborah as 2 Dec. 1666 in Kittery and gives her names as Skillings?/Gunnison. GDMNH states that Deborah Skillings would be the logical choice, however, this may not be correct if she was the Deborah Skillings who was a witness for her brother Joseph as she was unmarried. Stackpole gives her name as Gunnison, however, GDMNH states that Deborah Gunnison married Capt. Richard Lockewood or died s.p.

Children of John and Deborah ____

  • Deborah b. +/- 1668 (age 64 in July 1732; m. 1686 Benjamin Larrabee
  • Elisha
  • Nathaniel
  • John
  • Ephraim d.s.p.
  • Abigail m. (1) Morgan Lewis; m. (2) Joseph Junkins; m. (3) Rbenezer Blaisdell
  • Rachel m. 10 Mar 1710 John Chapman
  • Daughter m. John Brown
  • Mary m. (1) Daniel Low; m. (2)Andrew Lewis.

“The Indenture made this first of May 1675 Between George Munjoy of falmouth of ye one party & John Ingersol of ffalmouth of ye other prty Witnesseth that whereas ffancis Smalle did grant… unto Mr John Phillips of Boston a Certain Tract of Land lying at Cape pissack which was purchased of Sattery Gusset deceasd & Since hath given it to me by deed of Gift Now… I ye sd George Munjoy do Acknowledge to have received Ten pounds…do… sell… unto John Ingersol all that Tract… of land… beginning at ye bounds of Thomas Clayce on ye East being on ye Gulley running down on ye back Side of sd Calces house… by ye old path near Cape pissack ffalls that went down to ye back Cove…
George Munjoy
In ye presence of us
John Munjoy
Thomas X Hues
His mark”[3]

After purchasing the tract of land in Falmouth from George Munjoy, John left with the rest of the family for the safety of Salem. By the following year he had moved his family to Kittery. By 1680 he was back in Falmouth where he received a grant of a house lot and 60 acres at Ft. Loyal on 23 Sept. 1680 (see above). The grant of land and mill privileges was confirmed on 13 Oct. 1680.

“Octobr 28th 1680… It is concluded that Mr Gendell shall have a Grant of one hundred Acres of Land to begin at our outmost Bounds & so to come this Way till one hundred Acres be ended- Thomase Darbe it is agreed shall have a Lott granted him John Ingersoll 1 hundred Acres of Land…”[4]

“Att a Generall Court held at Boston the 13th of Octob : 1680

In Answer to the Petition of George & John Engersoll this Court confirmes to the Petitioners the Sixty Acres a piece granted them as they expresd in theire Petition and doe Refer it to the President of sd Province on such equall Conditions as he shall see meet to grant them Accommodation of timber for theire Mill… Having perused the above written order Doe give and grant… unto George Ingersoll Jun. & John Ingersoll… the liberty & priviledge of the ffresh Water Streame where the old Mill stood for the building & Errecting of a New Saw Mill and a Grist Mill, as also the Liberty of cutting all such timber as may be brought downe conveniently on that streame for the Imploy of there Mill they paying to the Lord Proprietor or his order ffive pounds p Ann in good Merchtble Boards at the usuall place of takeing aboard the vessels & at the Currant Merchtble price, to be Delivd upon Demand of the Tress. of sd Province. And noe persons whatsoever may by any meanes stop or alter the streame at any time to theire prejudice.

Memd the first paymt to be made the first day of Aprill… One thousand six hundred Eighty & ffoure & so Annually for the future so long as the Mill there shallbe Imployed & Improoved. Dated in Boston 3.1.1681/2 Thomas Danforth President”[5]

“To the Select Men of the Town of Falmouth March ye 16th 1682 Gentlemen since it hath pleased the Honoured General Court of Boston in Answer to a Petition of John & Georg Ingersoll Junr for the Priviledge of the Stream where their old Grist Mill did stand to build a Saw Mill the sd honoured Court granting their Petition as do appear unto the Hand of the Honoured Thomas Danforth Esqr President of the Province of Main & the sd John & Georg Ingersoll having granted unto Capt John Phillips of Charles Town Mr John Indecott of Boston James Ingles and Silvanus Davis the one half of all Priviledges that do or may belong to sd Stream Falls & River: & they the sd Phillips & Company have too effectual Care for the Building sd Mill with all Speed In Order where to they have already disbursed considerable to carry on the Work and considering that there will be great Necessity of Commandation of Land for Pastus for sd Work the town having granted no Land as yet to that Mill which we hope by the Blessing of God will prove for the Publick Good of the whole Town as also to the Province we do humbly desire that you would be pleased to grant us such a considerable Tract of Land & Swamp as may be judge convenient for the supply of such a Work…

We the Select Men of this Town of Falmouth do agree that Capt Silvenes Daves and the rest of his Partners shall have one hundred & fifty Acres of Upland for Accomadatioin of the Saw Mill to run up the River where the Saw Mill shall be arected Also it is agreed that abovesd Persons shall have ye Priviledge of a Swamp about the sd River not exceeding fifty Acres on the Westward Side of the sd Mill River- These Grants above written was entered in the Book or Records of Falmouth this 13 March 1681/2”[6]

The business evidently grew and needed more capital so John and his brother George took on new partners to expand from a grist mill to being a lumber mill operation on the Stroudwater River.

“John Ingersoll and George Ingersoll Junr both of Casco Bay… in Consideration of the Summ of seventy five pounds… paid by John Phillips of Charlestown, Syllvanus Davis, James English and John Endicott of Boston… do… sell… in equall parts and proportion, One full moiety of all that their Saw Mill, and the River on which it stands commonly called Mill River… at Fallmouth… with the Priveledge of the Falls and Timber, and one half of the Land on both sides of the Falls sufficient for accommodation to the said Mill… this thirteenth day of March… sixteen hundred eighty three four…
John Ingersoll
George Ingersoll
In presence of
Anthony Brackett
Sarah Baker…

Deborah Ingersoll the wife of John Ingersoll and Katterne Ingersoll the wife of George Ingersoll Junr appearing before me and owned their free Consent to the within mentioned Bill of Sale…”[7]

“I George Ingersoll Junr of Fallmoth in Casco Bay… do… sell, for, and to properly belong to the Partners in their Saw mill, & for the use of that Saw Mill, the one half of all his fresh Meadow, being part of a Meadow, commonly known & called by the Name of Nonsuch meadow, lying in the Towneship of Scarborough. The sd Meadow is to belong forever to the proper use of the Saw mill, that now is in Partnership betwixt George Ingersoll Junr, John Ingersoll, Captns John Phillips, Syllvanus Davis, John Endicott, James Inglish… this 13th March 1683/4…
George Ingersoll
In presence of us
Valentine Potter
Sarah Baker…

Katherine Ingersoll the wife of George Ingersoll Junr owneth her free consent to the above Instrument”[8]

John operated the mill with his brother until 1690 when his house (a garrison commanded by Sergt. Richard Hicks) was abandoned and he moved his family back to Kittery where he was a carpenter.[9]

“I Elihue Gunnison of Kittery… shipwright for and in Consideration of… twenty pounds… payd by John Engorsel of the Same Town… doe… sell… a certain Tract of land… being In Spruce Creek in Kittery… twenty pole ffronting by the high way from Richd Endles fence… this Sixteenth day of Novembr… 1696…
Elihue Gunnison
In the presents of us
Richard Cutt
Richard Endell
The mark of
Joseph A Wilson”[10]

“I Elihue Gunnison of Kittery… Shipwright. Have for the consideration of thirty three pounds ten Shillings… by my brother John Ingarsoll (Senr) of the Same place… doe… sell… All that tract of land lying in the town of Kittery… in Spruce Creek near unto the Saw-Mill at goose Creek bounded by Kittery road… And… with ye lands of the sd John Ingarsoll and… my own land containing Seven pole in breadth and to run back into ye woods… which may contain about four hundred poles… also that tract of Land Lying at ye east end of ye sd John Ingarsoll containing twenty pole in breadth and is bounded by ye abovesd tract… and Richard Endle… which may contain two hundred and forty pole in Length… alsoe a piece of land by the water Side containing Six pole in length and three pole in breadth fronting ye Salt water and to have the priviledge of wharfing to ye Channell of the Mill Creek… alsoe a highway of ten foot wide to be laid out between my own Lands and ye lands of Richard Endle to ye sd tract of landing… this twentieth day of Novembr on thousand Six hundred ninety and Seven and in ye ninth Year of his Majtys Reign King William the third…
Elihue Gunnison
In presence of us
The sign of
Joseph A Wilson
Richard Endle”[11]

It’s interesting to note that Elihue refers to John as “my brother”. Does this mean that John’s wife was Elihue’s brother? Or, more likely, that Elihue was married to John’s sister Elizabeth… or both?

“I Elihue Gunnison of Kittery… Shipwright for the consideration of fforty Shillings… paid by John Ingarsoll of the Same place… Doe… Sell… half an Acre… Lying in Kittery Bounded by my own new fence… And… with Richard Endles land and… with ye sd John Ingarsolls own land… and furthermore I doe by these presents engage to widen the lane formerly granted unto my brother Ingarsoll, four foot to make it fourteen foot wide) this 17th day of Decembr 1701 the land above mentioned lyes fronting ye sd John Ingarsons now dwelling house by the old road that came by the Mill
Elihue Gunnison
Witness
Richard Endell
Wllm Godsoe”[12]

“I John Ingarsoll (Senr) of the town of Kittery… Yeoman Have for and in consideration of the natural love I bear unto my beloved Son John Ingarsoll Junr… and… for the consideration of thirty pounds… doe… sell… Land lying in ye Township of Kittery Joyning to my now dwelling house in Spruce Creek and lyes on the South Side of my dwelling house containing thirteen pole in breadth and to run back… into ye woods… four hundred pole… as it was Sold unto me by my brother Gunnison Alsoe… ten Acres of land of my thirty Acre lott granted unto me by the town of Kittery May 16, 1694… laid out on the South Side of sd Lott fronting ye aforesd thirteen pole in breadth… also ye one half of the lane containing fourteen foot in breadth that goes to ye water Side or Landing And the one half of the land that is for a Landing… and priviledge of Landing at all times… Excepting and reserving… a little Gore or Triangle of land not exceeding two pole of Land Lying at ye corner of my dwelling house And is to run from the Lower Side of a rock near George ffrinks fence to ye upper Side of the Barrs or Rayles that Stands near the corner of my dwelling house… this first day of June one thousand Seven hundred and five… John J Ingarsoll
In the prsents of us…
Richard Endell
Caleb Burbank
William Godsoe”[13]

One has to wonder if the small triangular lot at the corner of the land was perhaps to be used as a burial ground?

“I Ingarsoll Senr of ye town of Kittery… Yeoman and Deborah my wife… in consideration of the love tender affection and good will which I have and doe bear unto my Sonne Elisha Ingarsoll… Yeoman… doe… sell… twenty Acres… and is part of the thirty Acres that was given to me ye sd John Ingarsoll by the town of Kittery on May the 16th 1694 And was laid out to me by Mr. William Godsoe Surveyr… on March ye 8th 1696/7… bounded… on the Northeast end of Mr Elihue Gunnisons land at Briants point… running… between ye lands of John Ingarsoll Junr and Samuel Hutchines… this Seven & twentieth day of March… 1706…
John Ingarsoll
his J mark
In the presence of us
Jos : Hamond Junr
John Ingarsoll”[14]

“I Richard Endle of Kittery…Yeoman… in consideration for a certain sum of money…Sold unto John Ingarsoll Senr a Strip or Tract of Land Lying on the Southeast Side of that fence that now is between my Self and the sd Ingarsoll on ye Northeast Side of the high way… the Logg fence now Lying upon the line and fence to be repaired upon Equall Charge between ye sd Ingarson and my Self… this twentieth day of Decembr in the fifth year of our Soveraign Lady Ann [1706]…
Richard Endle
the mark of Jane III Endle
In presence of us
George ffrink
Joseph Gunnison”[15]

In 1707 Richard Endel sold to Elisha Ingersol: “a certain Tract of Land of the east Side of Spruce Creek in Goose Cove the western Side of the Land bounding on the Northerly Side of a Lane of John Ingarsell Senr… running up to ye foot of the sd John Ingarsell Senr land… to ye corner of Sd Ingarsell bounds And from thence Strait down to… the water Side… the Said Elisha Ingarsell is not to disturb or Molist the sd Richard Endle… from passing through the sd Elisha Iingarsells tract of Land with any Dead Corpes to carry them to his fathers burying place…”[16]

You should always write into your deed that you have the right to carry dead corpses across the land!

“John Ingorsell of Kittery… Carpenter… in Consideration of a valuable Sum… paid by Joseph Ingersell of Glocester… House Carpenter…. Do… sell… One Hundred Acres of Land… in the Town of Falmouth in Casco Bay lying at a Place called Capissick… Part of a certain Tract of Land which the sd John Ingorsell purchased of Mr. George Munjoy as p Deed bearing Date the First of May One thousand Six Hundred & Seventy Five… near Capissick Falls… that I… have sold to my Bro : Joseph Ingorsell… this seventeenth Day of November One Thousand Seven Hundred & Thirteen…
John Ingorsell his Mark X
In Presence of us
John Walker, Jospeph Gunnison”[17]

“The twenty Seventh day of September… one Thousand Seven Hundred & fourteen I John IngerSoll of Kittery… Carpenter… do make & ordain this my Last Will & Testament…

I give to my well beloved Son Elisha Ingersoll… a Confermation of the Land which I Have heretofore given him in Kittery as p deed of Gift may appear I also give to him… one halfe part of my Farm of Land whereon I formerly dwelt at Falmouth or Casco Bay… that halfe adjacent to Richard Pouslands land and also one halfe part of my right & title of the river or Stream whereon I formerly had a Mill in the above Said TownShip of Falmouth Together with the Moiety or one halfe part of my right & Title to that Tract or percell of Land which was given me by the Town of Falmouth belonging to the above Said Mill Stream.

Item I give to my Son Nathaniel Engersoll after mine & my wives decease the Messuage or Tenement whereon I dwell Scituate & being in Kittery… Containing about thirty six acres together with all the housing fences and orchards thereon and also my highway to the water Side and landing place to him the Said Nathll…

Item I give to my well beloved Children John EngerSoll Ephraim EngerSoll Deborah Larroby Mary Low Rechel Chapman Abigail Blacy [Blaisdell] & my Grandaughter Sarah Brown… after mine & my wives decease all the residue of my Estate Consisting in land and moveables whatsoever to be equally divided among them upon a just Prisal, only my son John EngerSoll to have five pounds more then any one of the rest. Item I give & bequeath to my dearly beloved wife the use & Improvement of all my Estate Real & Personal for her comfortable Subsistance & maintainance during her natural life Excepting what I have herein given to my Son Elisha Engersoll I do likewise Constitute make & ordain my above Said wife Deborah my onely and Sole Executrix…
John IngerSoll
his J mark
In the present of us…
Stepn Eastwick
Roger Dearing Junr
John Newmarch”[18]

“John Ingersol of Kittery… Yeoman… in Consideration of ye Parental love & affection which he hath and dos bare towards his well beloved Son Elisha Ingersol & Son In Law John Chapman both of Kittery… give… all ye Estate… all his Land & Tenements within the Township of Falmouth Alias Casco… Excepting & reserving A Certain Tract… which the Said John Ingersol bought of Mr George Montjoy… ye Farm whereon ye Sd John Ingersol formerly dwelt He ye Sd John Ingersol Doth… grant to ye sd Elisha Ingersol the Southermost part thereof and to the Said John Chapman ye Northermost part thereof… excepting the above mentioned Land bought of Mr Montjoy… the fourteenth day of march… one Thousand Seven hundred & fifteen…
John Ingersol
his J mark
In presents of
Charles ffrost
John Belcher
Charles ffost junr”[19]

“John Ingersol of Kittery… Yeoman… in Consideration of a Certain Sum of Money… paid… by Charles ffrost of the Same Kittery Esqr… do… sell… all his part… unto the Comon & undivided Land within the Township of Kittery & Barwick… the fourteenth day of March… One Thousand Seven Hundred & fifteen…
John Ingersol
his J mark
In Presents of
John Belcher
John Chapman
Elizabeth Breedeen
Her B Mark”[20]

“I John Ingersol of Kittery… carpenter… in Consideration of ye Love & Tender Affection which I have & do bear Toward my Son Nathaniel Ingersol & Also in Consideration of my sd Son his Takeing Care of & providing Suitable Subsistance for me & my wife during our Natural Lives have given… all that my whole plantation… whereon I now live Scittuate in Kittery… on ye Eastern Side of ye river Comonly Called Spruce Creek Containing about Thirty Six Acres… bounded… by ye land that was formerly Richard Endles… by Elisha Ingersol his land or John Chapmans land… by John Ingersol junr… with all housing lands garden orchard pasture meadow ground… ye Nineteenth day of May… One Thousand seven hundred & fifteen….
John Ingersol
his J mark
In ye psence of
John Newmarch
George King
Joana Pope
Her X Mark”[21]

“Anno 1716, one Ingersol built an hut on Falmouth Neck, where he lived alone some time, and was thence called Governor Ingersol. He afterwards drowned at Presumpscot with one Millet by the damming of the ice- raising a head of water in the night while they were asleep.”[22] This was probably John’s oldest son, Elisha.

“Kittery april 28th 1716…
To make a juste and equall aprisment of all & Singular the goods Chattells Rights and Credits of Mr John Ingorsell Late of Kittery yeoman Deceased… we have taken a true and perfect Inventory of all and Singular the goods Chattells Rights of ye Deceased above said as they were showed us by Mrs Deborah Ingorsell Relec and Executrix of ye Last will and testimony of ye sd John Ingorsell

To four Cows one bull one steer and one
heffer...........................................................29 0 0
To seven sheep one Lamb & one horse...6 0 0
To five swine.................................................3 10 0
To nine fowls.................................................0 12 0
To tools & Iron work.....................................3 0 0
To potts & hooks and trammels..................2 10 0
To Brass and Tinn..........................................0 12 0
To Cash & wooden ware...............................4 0 0
To a Gunn.......................................................0 15 0
To tallow.........................................................1 17 8
To Puter..........................................................3 12 0
To a grind stone.............................................0 13 0
To a Chist of Cloths.....................................12 15 0
To one bed and furniture...........................18 0 0
To one bed more and furniture.................13 10 0
To Eight old Chairs........................................0 18 0
To a Saddle Bridle & Pillion..........................1 10 0
To a warming pan.........................................0 15 0
To four new silk handkerchers....................0 16 0
To six napkins and the table cloths.............1 0 0
To eighteen pounds sheeps wool................1 3 0
To powder and bullets..................................0 2 0
To tables and Chists......................................1 0 0
....................................................................107 10 8…
To Cash and bills of Credit...........................4 1 6
....................................................................£ 111 12 2” [23]

“John Chapman of full Age testifieth and saith he has been several Times at Falmouth in Casco Bay upon the Farm belonging to his Father in Law John Ingersell late of Kittery decd that his sd Father had often told him that the Bounds between him and Richard Powsly of Falmth… on the East or lower Side upon the River ran up from the Main River by the side of a small Creek and Strip of Marsh to a large Pitch Pine marked I and that his Brother in Law Elisha Ingorsell showed him the sd Tree… his Father informed him of it several Times & that after he heard that Majr Moody had bought said Neck of Land… July 8th 1728…

Deborah Ingorsell aged 83 Years testifieth and saith that she lived at Falmouth in Casco Bay about fifty years since upon a Farm commonly Known by the Name of Iingorsells Farm lying up Old Casco River and she very well knew Richard Powsly that lived upon a Farm adjoining to her sd Husband John Ingerson Farm being lower down upon the River between George Brimhalls and said Ingorsells… July 8th 1728”[24]

Sources

  1. Old Kittery, p. 149.
  2. "Richard Ingersoll of Salem" https://archive.org/stream/richardingersoll00gree/richardingersoll00gree_d jvu.txt
  3. York Deeds- Vol. VIII, fol. 86
  4. York Deeds- Vol. XIII, fol. 123
  5. York Deeds- Vol. III, fol. 125
  6. York Deeds- Vol. XIII, fol. 124
  7. York Deeds- Vol. VI, fol. 1
  8. York Deeds- Vol. IV, fol. 72
  9. A Genealogy of the Ingersoll family in America 1629-1925- Lillian Drake Avery, The Grafton Press, NY, 1926- pp.6-7
  10. York Deeds- Vol. IV, fol. 97
  11. York Deeds- Vol. VIII, fol. 35-6
  12. York Deeds- Vol. VIII, fol. 35-6
  13. York Deeds- Vol. VIII, fol. 46
  14. York Deeds- Vol. VIII, fol. 47
  15. York Deeds- Vol. VIII, fol. 66
  16. York Deeds- Vol. VIII, fol. 111
  17. York Deeds- Vol. XIV, fol. 107
  18. York County Probate- docket No. 10106
  19. York County Registry of Deeds- Vol. VIII, fol. 79
  20. York County Registry of Deeds- Vol. VIII, fol. 128
  21. York County Registry of Deeds- Vol. VIII, fol. 94
  22. Journals of the Rev. Thomas Smith and the Rev. Samuel Deane- William Willis, Joseph S. Bailey, Portland, 1849- p. 54
  23. York County Probate- docket No. 10106
  24. York Deeds- Vol. XII, part II, fol. 312
  • Genealogical Dictionary of Maine & New Hampshire- p. 368
  • Richard Ingersoll and Some of His Descendants- Maj-Gen. A.W. Greely, Essex Institute Historical Collections- Salem, 1909- Vol. XLV, p. 185ff (1909)


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On 13 Nov 2017 at 23:18 GMT AL Wellman wrote:

Ingersoll-59 and Ingersoll-2 do not represent the same person because: Ingersoll-2 is most likely a son of Ingersoll-59 and Judith Felton. Deborah Gunnison and her children should be moved from Ingersoll-59 to Ingersoll-2.

On 13 Nov 2017 at 22:41 GMT Jo Gill wrote:

Ingersoll-59 and Ingersoll-2 appear to represent the same person because: same spouse, sibs, children by 2 wives

On 20 May 2016 at 02:47 GMT John Devlin Jr wrote:

This John Ingersol-2 is not the same John Ingersoll who is son of George Ingersoll and Alicia IHankin) Ingersoll as Alicia died in England a year before this John was born. Even if her death date is off she would have been elderly at the time of birth. I would surmise the John who is the son of Alicia/George was born 1594. He may have subsequently had a son in Salem.

The Winthrop Society Website notates: Among those who arrived with the Higginson & Skelton fleet to Salem, 1629:

Archer, Beard, Brand, Brown, Brude, Claydon, Craddock, Dixy, Dodge, Edes, Edmonds, Ewstead, Farr, Graves, Hanscombe, Haughton, Haward, Herrick, Higginson, Holgrave, Ingersoll, Malbon, Massie, Miller, Moulton, Rickman, Ryall, Sharpe, Sibly, Skelton, Sprague, Stileman, Stowers, Tillie, Waterman, Webb, Wilson.


Rejected matches › John Ingersoll (abt.1623-1683)

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