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Archibald INGRAM + Elizabeth Sophia HARPER

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ARCHIBALD INGRAM (1843-1919)
was born in Hobart, Tasmania to Archibald INGRAM & Elizabeth WARD
married in New Zealand 10 September 1867 to:
ELIZABETH SOPHIA HARPER (1847-1909)
Wellington Independent, 14 September 1867 INGRAM-HARPER - On Tuesday, September 10, Archibald Ingram, of Rangitikei, to Elizabeth Sophia Harper, of Wellington

they had 10 known children:
... 1
1868 - 1890 Archibald Ingram
...Archibald did not marry
ARCHIBALD died aged 22
Wairarapa Daily Times, 5 July 1890 MARTON, this day - A young man, named Archibald Ingram, was killed by a fall of earth, whilst working in a gravel pit near Hunterville, yesterday


... 2
1870 - 1934 George Frederick Ingram
...George married Ellen Harriet HINKLEY in 1891
their known children:
* 1891 - 1891 Charlotte Hester Ingram (aged 8 months)
* 1892 - Ada Caroline Ingram
* 1893 - Ida Ellen Ingram
* 1901 - 190 Eva Ingram (aged 7 weeks)
* 1902 - 1902 Elsie Ingram (aged 1 day)
* 1904 - Linda Ethel Ingram
* 1906 - George Frederick Ingram
* 1908 - Robert Hall Ingram
* 1908 - Vera Ingram
GEORGE died 13 May 1934 aged 63 & buried Clifton Cemetery, Bulls with Ellen


... 3
1872 - 1950 Charles Watts Ingram
... Charles married Edith Eliza BARTLETT (1878-1973) in 1900
their known children:
* 1902 - 1992 Gladys Elizabeth Mary Ingram
... Charles married May Gladys RUDDOCK (1885-1960) in 1929
CHARLES died aged 78
NOTE Charles was the manager of both flax mills of Messrs Broad & Reeve, know as the Kiwi and the Kea mills of Torehape, Hauraki Plains


... 4
1873 - 1960 Robert Hall Ingram
... Robert married Marian Ellen HARRY in 1915
ROBERT died 25 June 1960 aged 86 & buried Kelvin Grove with Marian


... 5
1876 - ? Elizabeth Ingram
... Elizabeth married William George THOMPSON 25 March 1896
they had 10 known children
ELIZABETH died aged ?


... 6
1876 - 1939 Sam Ward Ingram
... Sam married Fanny Louisa LONGSTAFF in 1903
their known children:
* 1906 - 2000 Ronald Benjamin Sam Ingram (buried Hamilton)
* 1909 - Edgar Longstaff Ingram
SAM died 1 January 1939 aged 62 & buried Clifton Cemetery, Bulls


... 7
1878 - 1967 Hallam William Ingram
... Hallam married Elizabeth Emily CAMPBELL (1883-1963) in 1904
their known children:
1* 906 - 1919 Irene Florence Ingram
HALLAM died 10 November 1967 aged 88 in Jubilee Home, Aramoho
he is buried Plot 426C, Division 8, Block R at Wanganui cemetery with Elizabeth


... 8
1880 - 1924 Daniel James Ingram
... Daniel married Florence May MURPHY (1887-1966) in 1907
their known children:
* 1909 - Leila Edna Ingram
DANIEL died 6 October 1924 aged 44 & buried at Sandon cemetery


... 9
1882 - 1942 Edward Arthur Ingram
... Edward married Margaret Isabella WILSON in 1909
their known children:
* 1911 - Jean Wilson Ingram
* 1918 - 1942 Bert Wilson Ingram, when Bert was killed WWII in the Western Desert, Edward was living in Waimiha, King Country
EDWARD died aged 59


... 10
1884 - Alfred Stevens Ingram
... nothing known about Alfred
ALFRED died aged ?


... 11
1887 - 1930 James Harper Ingram
... James was in Australia by 1915. He served in WWI as Private 135A, with the 25th Infantry battalion. Embarking from Brisbane 29 June 1915 on the HMAT Aeneas. His address was recorded as c/o Mrs Gibson, 'Inglewood', Brown street, Toowoomba, Queensland. His next of kin was recorded as his sister, Mrs W. G. Thompson, sister, corer of Wellington-road, Marton, Rangitikei, New Zealand.
He listed his religion as 'Quaker'
JAMES died Xmas Day 1930 in Western Australia aged 43
he is buried Gravesite 284, Section UC, Anglican area at Karrakatta cemetery. His grantee was Jane Ingram who died in Mt Lawley, Perth 18 May 1972 aged 92 & buried with him


OBITUATRY of ARCHIBALD INGRAM
Wanganui Chronicle, 15 October 1919

... The death of Mr Archibald Ingram at Wanganui Hospital removes one of the pioneer settlers of Rangitikei district. Born in Tasmania in 1843, he left with his parents six years later for New Zealand, in 1849, residing at the Hutt till he was thirteen years of age, when, in company with Mr W. Cawood (William Kirby Smith Cawood 1842-1928), of Marton (who was then eleven years of age), he walked to Marton (150km today with roads). He drove bullock drays with goods from Wanganui to Marton, followed his trade as a blacksmith, launched into business at Bulls as a brewer and during the latter part of his life was stock dealer and drover. He was the first volunteer in the Marton district to serve in the Maori War and was a member of the Volunteer Corps for a number of years. He also took a keen interest in friendly societies. He was the oldest member of Court Little John, A.O.F., and took a keen interest in the welfare of the Court in its infancy. His wife predeceased him nine years ago. A family of ten are left to mourn their loss of a father, namely: Messrs
George Ingram, Bulls
Charles Ingram, Palmerston North
Robert Ingram, Marton
Samuel Ingram, Ohakea
Hallan Ingram, Pohonui
Alfred Ingram, Australia
James Ingram, Australia
Daniel Ingram, Wanganui
Arthur Ingram, Mangahuhu
and Mrs W. G. Thompson, Marton

see also INGRAM buried Manawatu - Rangitikei


PHOTO
HEADSTONE of Elizabeth Sophia Ingram (nee Harper)
Plot 453, Section Lawn, Block A, Row 1 at Clifton Cemetery Bulls
INSCRIPTION READS
In Loving Memory Of
Our Dear Mother
ELIZABETH SOPHIA
beloved wife of
ARCHIBALD INGRAM
Died Nov 2 1902
aged 62 years
AT REST

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