Nancy Ingram

Brief Life History of Nancy

When Nancy Ingram was born about 1806, her father, Thomas Ingram, was 26 and her mother, Sarah P Hunnicutt, was 26. She died about 1824, in Hancock, Georgia, United States, at the age of 20.

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Family Time Line

Thomas Ingram
1781–1853
Sarah P Hunnicutt
1781–
Nancy Ingram
about 1806–about 1824
Elizabeth Ann Ingram
about 1806–1848
Burrell Lafayette Ingram
1822–1890
Susan M Ingram
1807–
Mary Petway Ingram
1808–1878
Nancy Mahala Ingram
1815–about 1824
George Washington Ingram
1815–1908
Julia Ann Ingram
1817–1862
Benjamin Ingram
1818–
Sarah Elizabeth Ingram
1819–1868
Samuel John Ingram
1819–
Caroline Jane Ingram
1822–
Minerva Ann Ingram
1822–1884
Benjamin Thomas Ingram
about 1824–1894
John James Ingram
1827–1879

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    World Events (3)

    1808

    Atlantic slave trade abolished.

    1811 · The Savannah Riots

    A barroom brawl in Savannah on Tuesday, November 12, 1811, had international impact. An American seaman boasted of having joined the crew of a French vessel, likely named La Vengeance. Others became upset at the idea of the American joining a foreign nation and a brawl erupted. The county coroner asked for peace but was beaten with clubs. A second clash occurred the following day when French sailors attacked five American seaman. A day after the second attack, twenty French sailors attacked six Americans. Four of them escaped but two were beaten and stabbed. Jacob Taylor died on the scene and a rigger named Collins died the following day. By Friday, a full scale riot erupted when the French crewmen arrested on murder charges were released. Many were arrested and French ships La Vengeance and La Franchise were burned. In the end, the incident caused disruptions in French-American relations and affected shipping and trade.

    1812

    War of 1812. U.S. declares war on Britain over British interference with American maritime shipping and westward expansion.

    Name Meaning

    English (of Norman origin): from the Anglo-Norman personal name Ingeram (Old French Enguerran, Engerran; ancient Germanic Engelramnus, Ingelramnus, Engelrammus, Ingelrammus), from the heroic name-element seen in such names as Ingle + hrafn- ‘raven’.

    Dictionary of American Family Names © Patrick Hanks 2003, 2006.

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