William Ingram

William Ingram

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William L. Ingram
Born 1970s.
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Profile last modified | Created 25 Apr 2017 | Last significant change: 17 Mar 2019
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  • Paternal relationship is confirmed with an AncestryDNA test match between William Ingram and S.D. third cousins. Predicted relationship reported by AncestryDNA: 113 centimorgans shared across 6 DNA segments; Confidence: Extremely High
  • Maternal relationship is confirmed with an AncestryDNA test match between William Ingram and K.B. first cousins. Predicted relationship reported by AncestryDNA: 727 centimorgans shared across 40 DNA segments; Confidence: Extremely High

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Originally from Oxfordshire, then spreading south eastwards
My mother's maiden name was Bartram. I am extensively researching the family which spread throughout Norfolk and Suffolk, also incorporating alternative spellings such as Battram, Bartrum, Batterham etc.
A large family from Devon, long established in Staverton and the surrounding areas.
Seemingly distinct from the Scottish Fairweathers, this family is rooted in Suffolk can be traced back to the 15th Century and beyond
The Foremans of Suffolk do not appear to be well-represented in online records prior to the 19th Century, so compiling their genealogy has proved so far to be difficult. My Foreman ancestors came from the village of Laxfield
From North Norfolk, with two parallel branches of the family moving to Northumberland in the 1800s
From Aberdeenshire
Our Ingram family is one of a large number who can be traced back to the Aberdeenshire village of Gartly, close to Huntly. One of my ultimate aims is to connect together the various branches that already existed at the beginning of the existing parish records in 1709.
From Dorset
Researching the Kingsbury family of Dorset, England and beyond, which seems to be distinct from the family of the same name originating from Suffolk, and before that Warwickshire. There is a Bere Regis in Dorset, and I believe this is the source of the name for this family, eg. King's Bere.
Of Inverurie, Aberdeenshire. One branch of this family emigrated to Canada and were instrumental in the founding of Ottawa
The Mawbeys of Derby - our branch was a family of mine managers & engineers - who may be related to the Mawbys of Leicestershire - themselves descended from the de Maultby family of Norfolk
The most common variant of this family from Leicestershire, whose origins, via Kettering were an old family (de Maultby)who were well established in Norfolk having come to Britain with the Normans
The Parr family of Sotherton, Suffolk, who may be connected to the Parrs of Exning/Newmarket/Bury St Edmunds
A large family from Warwickshire and Leicestershire, there are large branches originating in Hinckley and Nuneaton and surrounding villages
The family of Rippon (previviously Rippen or Reppin), heralding from Gorran, Cornwall, who may be connected to another large Rippon family found in Devon.
This family appears to originate in central Suffolk. There are many records in existance which are not to be found online covering earlier generations - a key place seems to be Coney Weston, where a lot of the lines originate.
A large family which spreads across Norfolk and Suffolk. My own branch of the family is not so easy to connect with the large numbers to be found in the records of the villages near Diss, but I am working on it!
Of Suffolk - though probably originated from Tivetshall over the Norfolk border
There have been members of the Wadge family in the area of Lewannick, Cornwall since at the end of the 16th century - I have spent a great deal of time trying to connect the upper branches of this family with some success, though the work continues, and there is always more to find out.

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On 17 Mar 2019 at 18:39 GMT Heather (Brown) Brannon wrote:

It is thanks to William that we have proved our family's connection with John Biles Kingsbury family. We have been searching for the connection for over 40 years. His transcriptions are excellent and so useful.

On 16 Dec 2018 at 14:33 GMT Andrew Henwood wrote:

Thank you, William, for your correction of Louisa (now BARTRAM) Bedingfield. I am sorry that in my acknowledgment of that I quoted your own name wrongly as 'Ingham'. I seem to be piling mistake upon mistake. Anyway, I really appreciate your good work, which now links my own tree further back by means of your diligence with the Bartrams.

I have updated the Last Name at Birth.

On 3 Nov 2018 at 07:07 GMT Mark Dorney wrote:

Thanks for your note on James/Warr Deane. Not sure how I flubbed that one.

I have updated the Last Name at Birth.

On 24 Jul 2018 at 06:29 GMT Hilary (Buckle) Gadsby wrote:

I will check out the suggested merge for Harriet Parr later today.

On 23 Jan 2018 at 17:38 GMT Susie MacLeod wrote:

Hi there,

Just a friendly reminder that voting for the WikiTreer Awards 2018 is open. If you haven’t already voted, click here to vote now. Voting closes at 11:59PM GMT on Sunday, 28th January. The exciting awards show will be live cast on Saturday, February 10th, 8PM GMT. Hope you can join us as we celebrate all the incredible contributions made this year.

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On 25 Jun 2017 at 11:09 GMT Keith Hathaway wrote:

Hello William,

I'd like to invite you to join in the "Weekend Chat" on G2G Today!

Share personal successes, stories about ancestors, tips, projects you are working on, or anything else you wish.

New members stop in and say Hello, introduce yourself, share your story, or ask for help.

Pilots, Mentors, and Leaders of all kinds please add something... your advice is always greatly appreciated.

Hope to see you there!


On 30 May 2017 at 19:12 GMT Cindy (Williams) Lesure wrote:


This week we have your last stop on the guided tour. Hopefully, you're feeling like a WikiTree pro! If not, you can always revisit the tour stops via the comment boxes on the right side of your profile.

You've covered a lot of ground the past few weeks. Today, we want to give you just a few more tools that can take you even deeper into the WikiTree forest without getting lost: How to Dig a Little Deeper.

Please do not hesitate to ask questions!

Thanks, WikiMesssenger Cindy

PS Good work so far! Have you noticed on your ancestor profiles on the bottom right is "Research" where you can get sources and more information? Give it a try sometime!

On 23 May 2017 at 15:42 GMT Mary Richardson wrote:

William- You may have been hard at work getting connected to family members who are already here and adding those who were missing. You probably have at least a few profiles that you manage now.

There's a fast and easy way to access those profiles using the Watchlist. So, this week we're going to look at How to Manage Your Watchlist.

Please let one of us know if you have questions! Just click my name above the comment, then ask in the comment section of my page. We want to help!


I notice you have quite a few profiles added, Congratulations!

On 16 May 2017 at 21:17 GMT Cindy (Williams) Lesure wrote:

You've been here for several weeks now! We hope your profiles are starting to come together and that you've enjoyed getting to know us a little better.

You're probably getting a good feel for the collaborative nature of WikiTree by now. We know that collaboration isn't always easy. So, we've put together a few pointers that can make working in this type of environment a little easier: How to be a Successful WikiTreer.

Don’t hesitate to ask questions as that is the only way we gain knowledge!

Thanks, WikiMessenger Cindy

PS Great job William! Keep up the good work!

On 10 May 2017 at 13:11 GMT Peter D Beattie FISTC(ret) wrote:

Your Stehen Kearley you may find is a match for my Kerly-1 who was the older brother of my 2nd Great Uncle. There is flexibility in the spelling of the surname. He died young and the family lived in the village of Langton Long in the parish of Blandford St Mary Dorset England My g-g grand Uncle was the blacksmith at Spetisbury Dorset England. Ref. 1841 Census of Blandford Dorset.

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