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John Inglish (1777 VA - d/1844 MO)
[Participant #E-0047]
 
Migration
 

John Inglish
(1777 VA - 1844 MO)

married bef. 1799
Mary Ann [Bruton]
Children:
(1) James Inglish
(2) Amon Inglish
(3) Mary Inglish
(4) Joseph Inglish        
(5) Hutchin B. Inglish  
(6) Elizvabeth Inglish
(7) Sarah Catherine Inglish  
(8) John Inglish

Migration of John Inglish & family
born 1777
New River area of Virginia USA
c.1799
in Grainger County
 
later Anderson Co., Tennessee in the area that becomes Campbell Co.
c.1817
moved from Jacksboro, Campbell Co., Tenn. to Missouri
c.1819/1820
moved further west to central MO (homestead in what is now Moniteau County)
1844
John Inglish died - Moniteau, Missouri
   
 
     
[Participant #E-0047] -- Descendancy and Documentation
  Generation 1:
John Inglish was the son of ___ Inglish

John Inglish was married to Mary Ann [Bruton]
John INGLISH
birthdate: Oct. 1777
birthplace: New River, Virginia, USA
death: 29 Aug 1844
death place: Moniteau, Missouri, USA
burial: Buried on homestead near Sandy Hook Missouri
spouse: Mary Ann [Bruton]
spouses parents: x
spouses birthdate & place: 21 Aug 1776; Virginia
spouses death date and place: 14 Apr 1850; Moniteau, Missouri
marriage date: Bef. 1799
marriage place: x
Note: See research notes at bottom of page.
 
     
  Generation 2:
James Inglish was the son of John Inglish & Mary Ann [Bruton]

James Inglish was married to Mary [Vivion]
James INGLISH
birthdate: 13 Dec 1799
birthplace: East Tennessee
death: 21 Aug 1876
death place: Moniteau, Missouri
burial: Sweetwater Cemetery, Moniteau Co., MO
spouse: Mary [Vivion]
spouses parents: Isaiah Vivion & Frances Sharp
spouses birthdate & place: 11 May 1806; Kentucky, USA
spouses death date and place: 08 Dec 1877; Moniteau, MO -buried: Sweetwater Cemetery
marriage date: 24 Aug 1823
marriage place: Moniteau, Missouri
Note: James Inglish also served in Missouri Legislature.  Known as a great hunter and kept livestock.  Was nicknamed “Bacon Jim” because the neighbors depended upon him for good cured meat.  The Village of Bacon Missouri was named for him.
 
     
  Generation 3:
Jonathan M. Inglish was the son of James Inglish & Mary [Vivion]

Jonathan M. Inglish was married to Henrietta [Akers]
Jonathan M. INGLISH
birthdate: 12 Jun 1827
birthplace: Moniteau, Missouri
death: 21 Nov 1910
death place: Moniteau, Missouri
burial: Sweetwater Cemetery, Moniteau Co., MO
spouse: Henrietta [Akers]
spouses parents: Daniel A. Akers & Nancy Sartan
spouses birthdate & place: 10 Nov 1834; Tennessee, USA
spouses death date and place: 30 Mar 1884; Walker Township Missouri -buried: Sweetwater Cemetery
marriage date: 09 Dec 1863
marriage place: Moniteau, Missouri
Note: Jonathan M. Inglish was a well respected Doctor with a large practice.
 
     
  Generation 4:
Milton A. V. Inglish was the son of Jonathan M. Inglish & Henrietta [Akers]

Milton A. V. Inglish was married to Bertha Margaret [Scheurer]
Milton A. V. INGLISH
birthdate: 06 Feb 1876
birthplace: Moniteau, Missouri
death: 31 Jul 1947
death place: Moniteau, Missouri
burial: Shiloh Cemetery, Moniteau Co., MO
spouse: Bertha Margaret [Scheurer]
spouses parents: John (Friedrich) 'Jacob' Scheurer & Anna Elizabeth Steiner
spouses birthdate & place: 22 Oct 1878; Moniteau, Missouri
spouses death date and place: 28 Oct 1944; Moniteau, Missouri -buried: Shiloh Cemetery
marriage date: 11 May 1904
marriage place: x
Note: Milton A. V. Inglish was al respected farmer and businessman, known for his advanced farming techniques.
 
     
  Generation 5:
Claude Raymond Inglish was the son of Milton A. V. Inglish & Bertha Margaret [Scheurer]
 
     
  Generation 6:
Participant INGLISH
 
 
 
[Participant #E-0047] - Additional Information
     
  Research Notes:  
  "English Ferry":  
  What is Historically know as “English Ferry” is in what is now Pulaski County near Radford.  The family that actually ran it spells their name Ingles, though there are lots of references to them being referred to as English or Inglish.   I am not yet convinced we are related to them. [Gary Inglish; 28 Aug 2009]  
  Link: http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~vanrhs/pic2.htm  
  Link: http://geonames.usgs.gov/pls/gnispublic/f?p=gnispq:3:2706498976959914::NO::P3_FID:1501440  
     
  John Inglish (1777-1844):  
  John Inglish shows up as an adult in about 1799 in Grainger County and later Anderson County, Tennessee in the area that becomes Campbell County. He was prominent in the local government and involved in establishment of Campbell County.  He served in War of 1812 in General George Doherty's Brigade, as a Captain in the 2nd Regiment of East Tennessee Militia, under Col. Samuel Bunch.
He moved from Jacksboro, Campbell County Tenn. to Missouri about 1817, stopping first in Franklin County Missouri. He then moved further west about 1819/1820 where he helped establish one of the first settlements in central Missouri. He was prominent in the establishment of Cole County, was elected Judge and Representative to the Missouri Legislature.  The homestead is located in what later became Moniteau County. His Wife was Mary (Ann) BRUTON b. 1776, d. 1850. Some think the spelling is BURTON, I’ve not been able to document either though.” [Gary Inglish; 30 Aug 2009]
 
     
   
   

 

 
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