Bishop Charles Inglis    (Left)
(1734 - 24/2/1816)
Bishop John Inglis       (Right)
(1777- 27/10/1850)

Richard Inglis
1628 Minister of Wiston, Lanarkshire, Scotland
1641--1654 Minister of St Brides Church, Douglas, Scotland
1649 He took the side of the public resolutioners

Archibald Inglis (Son of Richard Inglis)
1654 Succeeded father as Minister of Douglas
1660 Minister of Moffat
1662 Named by woodrow as one of those who refused to submit to Episcopacy.
1663 Minister of Westerkirk
1667 Minister of Lochmaben
1675 Minister of Ashkirk
1685 Minister of St Mungas and High Church Glasgow.
1686 Rector of Glasgow University.
1689 He became a 'Non Juror' and had to flee to Ireland.
1694 Rector of Killybegs and Raphoe, Donegal, Ireland.

James Inglis (Son of Archibald Inglis)
1698 Rector of Raymunterdowny, Donegal, Ireland

Archibald Inglis (Son of James and father of Richard and Bishop Charles Inglis)
1713 Curate of Lettermacward, Donegal, Ireland
1722 Rector of Glencolumkille to which he added the living of Kilcarr in 1743

Richard Inglis (Brother of Bishop Charles Inglis)
1745 Succeeded Father Archibald as Rector of Glencolumbkille

Bishop Charles Inglis (Brother of Richard Inglis)

1754 Emigrated to America
1765 Assistant at Trinity Church, New York.
1773 - 1783 Rector of Trinity Church, New York, America
11/1783 Resigned from Trinity Church following the Declaration of American Independence.
8/1786 Consecrated Bishop of Nova Scotia in Chapel of Lambeth Palace by Dr. Moore, Archbishop of Cantebury. (First Colonial bishop.)
1788 Founded King's College, Windsor,Nova Scotia.
          Founded King college library
Started as school run by Archbishop Paine Inglis, see two below.

Thomas Inglis (Nephew of Bishop Charles Inglis)
Rector of Wicklow, Ireland.

Archibald Paine Inglis (Nephew of Bishop Charles Inglis)

1787 Emigrated to Nova Scotia to join 1st Cousin Bishop Charles Inglis
1788 President of the Academy at Windsor, Nova Scotia
1789 Rector of Glanville Nova Scotia

Bishop John Inglis (Son of Bishop Charles Inglis)

13/12/1801 Ordained Deacon by his father in the Parish Church of St.Mary, Aylesford, Nova Scotia
1816 Rector of St Pauls Halifax, Nova Scotia.
1826 Consecrated 3rd Bishop of Nova Scotia.

Rupert Inglis (Grandson of Bishop John Inglis)

1916 Army Chaplain
Killed at the battle of the Somme - Searching for Wounded with Dr. Ingram, Great Uncle of Loveday Ingram at Aberdeen University with Charles John Inglis.
Go to war letters - published)
Rector of Frittenden, Nr Staplehurst, Kent

St Bride's Church, Douglas, Scotland.
Inglis aisle is the ruined section to the left  of the picture.

Lettermacward, Donegal, Ireland

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Trinity Church, New York, America

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.

St Mary, Aylesford, Nova Scotia.

Kings College, Nova Scotia

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