Charles Inglis

Any comments to do with the website please send to the e-mail address above. I will try to reply as soon as possible but please remember that I am running this as a hobby!

Hal Inglis and Clan Inglis USA.

Hal hosts the website called Clan Inglis USA. He has an enormous amount of Inglis information. He has been very helpful in providing ideas for sources of information.  Hal also has close links with the Douglas Clan and provides a Newsletter for a small subscription fee.

His email address is:-
His website address is:-

Links to other websites.

Bishop John Inglis (Third Bishop of Nova Scotia): -
Interview with the last Red Indian in Nova Scotia.

Bishop John Inglis efforts to protect the last Indigenous Indian population in New Foundland

Bishop Charles Inglis on wikipedia.

Bishop John Inglis Nova Scotia.

Bishop John Inglis report on State Schools in Nova Scotia 1827.

Letters from Bishop John to the Secretary of the S.P.G.

Inglis DNA Project

I have joined this project as I am interested to find out how closely related all us Inglises are. If a DNA connection can be found it makes it worthwhile putting in the time and effort to find the link. It could give you a breakthrough if you have hit a brick wall in your research.  It is quick an easy to do. You just have to send a swab of cotton wool from the inside of your mouth plus some money (of course!). More details of how it all works can be found at the following website:

Inglis/English DNA project:
I am kit number: 105498

The Church of Later day Saints.

These people have been experts at family research for years. They have very sophisticated search engines and a huge archive database. I have used them on several occasions with success. They also have local research centers around the country where you can view or order copies of original documents.

An example of a research center is given below, which has been very useful tracing information in Nova Scotia.

Inglis Family Genealogy Forum.

This is a message center where you can ask the world at large specific questions about Inglis research.

Douglas Clan

The Inglis family is a sect of the Douglas Clan. They are a much larger clan and have various meetings and Clan events.

Clan Douglas Society

Jim Fleming lives in Douglas has been very helpful in providing information on Inglises in the Douglas area of Scotland.

His telephone number is 01555 851243

Address: Newmains farm, Douglas, Lanarkshire, Scotland, ML11 0RH

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