Name: John Sisson INGRAM
Birth: ABT 1715 in Northumberland Co., VA
Death: 26 SEP 1786 in Brunswick Co., VA
From Sarah Ingram:
John Ingram lived in Culpeper County, Virginia, before 1744. His son Joseph Ingram purchased land in North Carolina in 1769.
John Jr. was born about 1715, in Northumberland County, died in Brunswick County; his Will was signed 26 September, 1786, recorded 20 March 1791.
The following information from: Denise Jackson
He married Patience Berry of Brunswick County. His Will (Brunswick County, Book 5, page 417) names 8 children and the 3 children of his
deceased son Moses who died in 1784, before Moses daughter Elizabeth Gary Ingram was born; he names these 3 because it was uncertain that the law would allow Elizabeth Gray to share in her father's estate, and if debarred then she would have an equal part in his, John Ingram's estate. Thomas Ingram, was to have the home place after the death of his mother, Patience. John Ingram, III, appointed with his brother Thomas and their mother Patience executors of the Will (John and Nancy Berry, Witnesses.) Moses and his father John Ingram, Jr. rendered services to the cause of the American Revolution by furninishing supplies: in the Brunswick County list of men so aiding, in June 1781 are found their names. The Revolutionary War Societies recognize these services for membership.
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Father: John INGRAM b: ABT 1674 in Northumberland Co., VA
Mother: Anne SISSON b: ABT 1675 in Northumberland Co., VA
Patience BERRY b: ABT 1725 in Hanover, King George Co., VA
in Brunswick Co., VA
- Sarah INGRAM b: BET 1750 AND 1754 in Brunswick Co., VA
- Mary Elizabeth INGRAM b: ABT 1755 in Brunswick Co., VA
- Moses INGRAM b: BEF 1751 in Brunswick Co., VA
- John INGRAM b: 1752
- Nancy INGRAM b: ABT 1754
- Andrew INGRAM b: 20 JUN 1755 in Granville Co., NC
- Martha INGRAM b: ABT 1760
- Thomas INGRAM b: ABT 1762
- Elizabeth Gray INGRAM b: ABT 1758