Last name: Ingamells
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I live in Bagley Mn USA ... Born 1952 in Iowa
My direct Ancestor Christopher Ingamells born c. 1720, died Nov.1780. M. Ann Burr, Sibsey 17/5/1754. They had an allotment in East Fen. I have been unable so far to find his birth. Any clues would be much appreciated. Thanks so much John A.
John I haven't found a definite birth or parents for Christopher either. All I have is that Ann Burr, and her 2 sisters Mary and Elizabeth, married 3 men surnamed Ingamells. I have no idea whether or not the 3 men were brothers. The IGI/LDS website has some very good entries for early Ingamells in Lincolnshire, but nothing that helps tie these down to one or more specific family. I have looked through the Wills to see if they hold any clue, but again nothing. I have a tree which was passed to me by my cousin (from another researcher) which does give some parentage for the 3 x Ingamells, but I have not been able to verify the relationships. It is a bit unfortunate that the other 2 were called William and John, so I think that having a Christopher is extremely lucky. Do you have anything at all which might throw any light on things? (I descend from John Ingamells and Elizabeth Burr.)
I'm an Ingamells, originally from Boston Lincolnshire. Grandfather lived in Sibsey, along with my father and his sister. There's me, my sister (although now renamed), and my brother George. Lots of Ingamells in Lincolnshire. All the best, Llewis Ingamells
Hello. I hope this finds someone within our 'family' as it will. Do we have a family crest, coat of arms, anything representing our family? Thank you, -Jonathan.
Hi I thought the name derived from Ingoldmells too, where I spent a lot of holidays when I was growing up. I am (was) Ingamells too and was born in Boston Licolnshire. I remember: Tom Robinson and good friend Christine Walker