Jared Ingersoll, son of Mr. Jared Ingersoll and Mrs. Hannah (Whiting) Ingersoll, was born Oct. 27, 1749, in New Haven, Connecticut, (p295) and baptized Oct 29, 1749, at the First Congregational Church of New Haven. His tombstone says he was born Nov. 7, 1749.
See his wife's profile for information about the date of his death in reference to that listed on his tombstone.
He led a most interesting life that can be read about in the sources below or many other places. A brief summary is given in the newspaper eulogy attached.
Jared married Elizabeth Pettit, the daughter of Colonel Charles Pettit, on Dec 6, 1781
They had four children
The Hon. Jared Ingersoll, Esq. died on Oct 31, 1822, according to his tombstone. The following short obituary was in newspapers around the country, stating that he died on the 30th.
"In the city of Philadelphia, on the 30th ult. the Hon. Jared Ingersoll, President Judge of the District Court for the City and County of Philadelphia."
His grandson William Meigs said,
"He was most courteous and considerate, and full of the air of good breeding and manners, but rather reserved, not very fond of the world of society, and with but few intimates. Of fair height and very straignt, with the dignified manners of an age that was nearly spent, he left on many the impression of an early military education, while some thought him cold and rather proud."
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