Bishop Charles Inglis
and his Descendants


Published in 1908.

The family tree goes from Ninian (died 1623) to the present day. My father, with the help of family documents and relations, has pieced together the tree as accurately as possible.
However, there are bound to be errors and omissions, so please let me know of any corrections that need to be made. I would be very interested to add new members of the family as they arrive.
The next stage is to add pictures to the names. So please send me photographs and I will add them into the tree. If you have better pictures of any family members I will be happy to replace the current ones.


The tree is large, so use the up/down and left/right scroll bars to move about.

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Listed below are some of the Surnames of other family relations included in the tree.
Click on their Surname to find on the Tree.


Acland
Alun-Jones
Armitage
Ashton
Barnett
Bell
Black
Boult
Brenton
Bristowe
Broughton
Buckworth
Carver
Chapman
Charlton
Chichester-Clarke
Clark
Clark2
Cleverdon
Cochran
Colden
Collier
Collins
Crooke
de Burgh
de Lacy Bacon
Dent
Dudgeon
Egan
Ellison
Ermar
Farquhar
Finch
Floyd
Frankland
Freeman
Gaitskell
Garcia
Garrabrant
Gilchrist
Goddard
Halliburton
Hamilton
Helmore
Hill
Howard-Williams
Huband
Hughes
Johnston
Kilvington


Kitson
Laurie
Liddell
Lidderdale
Lynch
Mac Eacharn
Major
Mayall
McGrigor
Mewes
Morris-Marsham
Muller
Munro-Kerr
Norman-Butler
Peck
Peirson
Pigeon
Pigou
Poole-Warren
Poulden
Pursell
Randall
Revere
Russell
Russell-Cobb

Rylander
Scantlebury
Smith
Smith2
Spencer
Stratford
Thesiger
Thornhill
Tower
Turner
Van Pragg
Vining
Warde-Aldam
Warren
Wells
Whitecourt
Wilkie
Williams
Young
Ziegler

Other information that is included in the tree other than pictures are family documents such as the published 1914 -16 letters of Rupert Edward Inglis who died at the battle of the Somme.
1 Rupert Edward Inglis's letters from the front.
2
Bishop Charles Inglis and his Descendants
Published in 1908.
3 Letters from General Lord Chelmsford to his brother-in-law Maj Gen Inglis during the Crimea. Including a description of the storming of the Redan at Sebastapol.
4. Published diaries of Lady Inglis during the siege of Lucknow.
PrefacePage 1-4950-99100-149150-199, 200 -240.

Rupert Inglis

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Use the left hand column to find people by name and generation. All Surnames are listed including spouses where known. There are 13 Generations from Ninian (who died in 1623) to the present day. Any pictures associated with  people are also included. The family tree gives historical information on each person. Some of the other surnames on the tree other than Inglis are shown in the yellow column to the right of this page.
Click on  underlined words to see pictures on the right of the screen.
Click on 'tree' next to names to see where people fit on the family tree (Give the computer time to find the name)

The family tree includes a brief summary of key historical information for each person.

An example of the information and pictures available is shown here.

            Mag Gen Sir John  Inglis .
    (Held Lucknow during the Indian Mutiny.)

Pictures of Maj Gen Sir John Inglis KCB, The Honourable Lady Inglis and a family group.

John Eardley Wilmot Inglis
(15/11/1814 - 27/9/1862)
Born Halifax, Nova Scotia.
19/7/1851 m Julia Selina Thesiger daughter of Sir Frederick Thesiger M.P (1st Lord Chelmsford - twice Lord Chancellor) and Anna Maria (nee Tinling - niece of Major Peirson, the heroic defender of Jersey)
(19/4/1833 - 3/2/1904)
1833 Joined Duke of Cornwalls Light Infantry in Nova Scotia
1837 Active service in Canada
1848 - 49 In Punjab In command at the Storming of Mooltan and the Battle of  Gujarat.
1857 Succeeded Sir Henry Lawrence in Command of the garrison during Siege of Lucknow, India
1860 Command of troops in Ionian Isles as Major General
Knighted
1862 Died in Homburg while in convalesce from illness resulting from the Siege of Lucknow and buried in Homburg, Germany.
There are memorials to him in the Parish Church at Bodmin, and memorials also at Frant and Rusthall, Tunbridge Wells, and in the crypt of St. Paul's Cathedral, London.
Julia buried at Lynton, Beckenham where the family lived after the General died.
Julia held the honorary position of ''Housekeeper'' of the State apartments of St. James' Palace

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