A list of Original Source material relating to Inglises living in the Douglas area, Lanarkshire County of Scotland. For example: The first Inglis is mentioned in the Register of the Secret Seal of Scotland (1532). The last in this list is William Inglis mentioned in the Douglas Estate papers. (1860)
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History of the Inglis of Mannor, Mannorhead, and Murdostoun and Hartwood, Lanarkshire, Scotland.
These are some of the earliest recorded Inglises who first came to prominence in 1395 when Sir William Inglis killed the English Champion, Sir Thomas Struthers, in single combat. For this feat King Robert the Bruce granted him 'his cousin' the Barony of Manor. N.B Spelling of place names varied considerably in documents. (See Connections with other Inglis families.)
Click here to view document (Extract from the 'History of Peebleshire'.)
Click here to view document (Inglises of Murdouston, by J Inglis)