Angharad ferch Hywel Dda

(before 929 - )
     Angharad ferch Hywel Dda was born before 929 in Wales. She was the daughter of Hywel Dda ap Cadell (?) and Elen ferch Llywarch.

Gruffudd ap Hywel

     Gruffudd ap Hywel was born in Wales. He was the son of Hywel ap Maredudd ab Einion (?) and Gwenllian ferch Gruffudd ab Ednyfed.
Gruffudd ap Hywel married Anghared ferch Tegward, daughter of Tegward y Baiswen (?).

Child of Gruffudd ap Hywel and Anghared ferch Tegward

Maredudd ap Hywel

     Maredudd ap Hywel married Morfudd ferch Ieuan Goch ap David, daughter of Ieuan Goch ap David (?), in Wales. Maredudd ap Hywel was born in Wales. He was the son of Hywel ap David and Efa ferch Ieuan ap Howel.
     Maredudd resided at Cefn y fan, Dolbenmaen, Caernarvonshire, Wales, 1351.

Child of Maredudd ap Hywel and Morfudd ferch Ieuan Goch ap David

Cadfan ap Iago

     Cadfan ap Iago was born in Wales. He was the son of Iago ap Beli (?).
Cadfan ap Iago married Tandreg Ddu ferch Cynan Garwyn, daughter of Cynan Garwyn Brochwel.

Child of Cadfan ap Iago and Tandreg Ddu ferch Cynan Garwyn

Cynan ab Iago

     Cynan ab Iago was born in Wales.
He was excluded from the throne by Griffith ap Llewelyn, who also usurped the Kingdom of South Wales. He made 2 gallant and unsuccessful attempts to recover his crown. He was the son of Iago ab Idwal (?) and Afandreg ferch Gwair.
Cynan ab Iago married Ragnhildr or Rhanullt ferch Olaf of Dublin.

Child of Cynan ab Iago and Ragnhildr or Rhanullt ferch Olaf of Dublin

Tangwystl ferch Iago

( - after 1075)
     Tangwystl ferch Iago was born in Wales. She was the daughter of Iago ab Idwal (?) and Afandreg ferch Gwair.
     Tangwystl died after 1075.

Carrina Ibberson

(circa 1750 - before 20 March 1816)
     Carrina Ibberson was born circa 1750. She was the daughter of Francis Ibberson & Carina Overall. She was the daughter of Francis Ibberson.
     Carrina Ibberson and John Bowker obtained a marriage licence on 1 June 1769. John Bowker, aged 24, innholder, bachelor, and, Carrina Ibberson 19. Bondsman John Matthews of March, farmer. Parish of St Andrews, Holborn. Place Doddington.
Carrina Ibberson married John Bowker on 3 June 1769 in Doddington, Cambridgeshire.
     In Francis Ibberson's will dated 19 August 1780 in Huntingdon Archdeaconry, Carrina Ibberson was named as heir.
     Carrina Ibberson was a beneficiary in John Bowker's will dated 30 April 1813 in 31 Old Street, London.
     Carrina Ibberson made a will dated 28 September 1813? In Greenfield St, London. Will of Carrina Bowker, Widow Greenfield Street , Middlesex. She mentions her two daughters, Margaret E... the wife of William E... and Elizabeth Bowker, the latter was executor.
     Carrina died before 20 March 1816.
     Her will was proved on 20 March 1816 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury. Elizabeth Bowker was executrix.

Child of Carrina Ibberson and John Bowker

Francis Ibberson

( - after 19 August 1780)
     Francis Ibberson made a will dated 19 August 1780 in Huntingdon Archdeaconry. Copy will of Francis Ibberson, gentleman of Forty Foot Bridge, Ramsey. in favour of his wife Carrina (or Catherine) for her life and then to his sons, John, Francis and Henry and his daughter Carrina, wife of John Bowker. Copy made, 21st July, 1788.
     Francis died after 19 August 1780.

Child of Francis Ibberson

Mary Ibbotson

(23 December 1604 - before 4 December 1661)
     Mary Ibbotson was born on 23 December 1604 in Bradfield, Yorkshire. Daughter of John Ibbotson, clerk of Wigtwisle. He is probably the Mr John Ibbotson, buried 29 April 1649.
Mary Ibbotson married Christopher Wilson, son of Christopher Wilson and Ellen Bramall, on 29 October 1623 in Bradfield, YKS.
     Mary Ibbotson was mentioned in the manorial court roll dated 24 May 1624 Surender in Sheffield Court by John Ibbotson of Wigtwisle & Westmondhalgh called Carr to the use of John his son & heir for life & on his decease to the use of Mary Ibbotson his eldest daughter whom Christopher Wilson of Bromhead intends to take to his wife.
     Mary died before 4 December 1661 in Bradfield, YKS. She was buried on 4 December 1661 in Bradfield.

Children of Mary Ibbotson and Christopher Wilson

William Ide

     William Ide married Alice Bland on 8 May 1544 in Kelsale, Suffolk.

Cadwr Wenwyn ab Idnerth

     Cadwr Wenwyn ab Idnerth was born in Wales. He was the son of Idnerth ab Iorwerth (?).

Child of Cadwr Wenwyn ab Idnerth

Rhodri Molwynog ab Idwal Iwrch

( - 754)
     Rhodri Molwynog ab Idwal Iwrch was born in Wales. He was the son of Idwal Iwrch ap Cadwaladr (?).
     Rhodri died in 754.

Child of Rhodri Molwynog ab Idwal Iwrch

Griffri ap Ieuaf

     Griffri ap Ieuaf was the son of Ieuaf ap Ninnio (?).

Child of Griffri ap Ieuaf

Efa ferch Ieuan ap Howel

     Efa ferch Ieuan ap Howel married Hywel ap David, son of David Lord of Friw Lly ap Gruffudd and Eva ferch Griffith Vaughan. Efa ferch Ieuan ap Howel was born in Wales.

Child of Efa ferch Ieuan ap Howel and Hywel ap David

Morfudd ferch Ieuan Goch ap David

( - 1416)
     Morfudd ferch Ieuan Goch ap David married Maredudd ap Hywel, son of Hywel ap David and Efa ferch Ieuan ap Howel, in Wales. Morfudd ferch Ieuan Goch ap David was also known as Morvydd in records. She was born in Wales. Morfydd, daughter of Evan ap Dafydd ap Trahaiarn Goch, ob.1416. Her ancestry may be followed up in Bartrum's Tr G1.. She was the daughter of Ieuan Goch ap David (?).
     Morfudd died in 1416 in Wales.

Child of Morfudd ferch Ieuan Goch ap David and Maredudd ap Hywel

Syr Gruffudd foel ap Ieuan

     Gruffudd was vicar in Llanrhaeadr y Mochnant, Montgomeryshire, Wales.
     Gruffudd died in Mochnant, Denbighshire, Wales.

Child of Syr Gruffudd foel ap Ieuan

Gwerful ferch Ieuan

     Gwerful ferch Ieuan married Tudur ap Gronwy ap Hywel, son of Gronwy ap Hywel (?). Gwerful ferch Ieuan was born in Wales. She was the daughter of Ieuan ab Einion (?) and Gwenhwyfar ferch Einion.

Child of Gwerful ferch Ieuan and Tudur ap Gronwy ap Hywel

Florence Isobel Moir Ifla

(circa 1885 - 20 April 1944)
     Florence Isobel Moir Ifla was also known as Isobel Florence Moir in records. She was born circa 1885.
Florence Isobel Moir Ifla married Lionel Edgar MacGlew, son of William Henry MacGlew and Lucy Emma Jane Bowra, on 28 March 1910.
     Florence died on 20 April 1944 in Glen Forrest, Western Australia. She was buried in Karrakatta Cemetery, Perth.

Cuhelyn ab Ifor ab Ifor

     Cuhelyn ab Ifor ab Ifor was the son of Ifor ap Seferws (?).
Cuhelyn ab Ifor ab Ifor married Gwen ferch Gronwy ap Tudur, daughter of Gronwy ap Tudur Trefor (?).

Child of Cuhelyn ab Ifor ab Ifor and Gwen ferch Gronwy ap Tudur

George Edward Inger

     George Edward Inger married Elizabeth Bowker, daughter of George Bowker and Sarah Deacon, in June 1873 in Peterborough, Northamptonshire.
     George Edward Inger and Elizabeth Bowker were recorded on the 1881 census in 7 High St, Nottingham. Sarah Bowker 66, mother in law, married , born Peterborough; was living with George E Inger 33, chemist, born Nottingham & Elizabeth Inger 37, born Stanground, Hunts.
     George Edward Inger and Elizabeth Bowker were recorded on the 1891 census in 5 Melbourne Rd, Leicester, Leicestershire. George Inger 41, married, chemist asst, born Nottingham; hiw wife Elizabeth Inger 46, born Stanground, Henry Edward Inger 8, son, born Nottinghaml Sarah Bowker 76, widow, mothe rin law born Peterborough & a servant Augusta Foxon, 16.
     George Edward Inger and Elizabeth Bowker were recorded on the 1901 census in Leicester, Leicestershire. Geoge E Inger 51, married, chemist manager, born Nottingham; his wife Elizabeth Inger 57, born Stanground, Henry E Inger 18, son, born Nottinghaml & a servant Edith Fry 21.

Sir William Ingleby

     Sir William Ingleby married Joan Stapleton, daughter of Sir Bryan de Stapleton and Agnes Goddard. See Gen-Medieval for more on this line.

Ethel St Cyr Ingles

(before April 1867 - 4 October 1946)
     Ethel St Cyr Ingles was also known as Edith St Cyr in records. She was born before April 1867 in Nova Scotia, Canada. She was the daughter of Major Walter Lawrence Ingles and Elizabeth Odell Best. Henry, George, Robert, Ethel and Walter were listed as the children of Major Walter Lawrence Ingles in the 1871 census in Vingtaine Petite Longueville, Channel Islands, UK. Ethel and Walter were listed as the children of Elizabeth Odell Best in the 1881 census in 49 Warwick Gardens, Kensington, Middlesex.
     Ethel resided at Melfort, Pussellawa, Kandy, Ceylon/Sri Lanka, 1897.
Ethel St Cyr Ingles married Robert Albert Powell on 16 June 1900 in Holy Trinity, Pussellawa, Kandy. Robert Albert Powell of Pussellawa and Ethel St Cyr Ingles sof Pussellawa married by licence. Witnessed by Walter C S Ingles, A Lucas. Ethel St Cyr Ingles was widowed on 27 April 1929 on the death of her husband Robert Albert Powell.
     Ethel died On Oct 4 1946, in Jersey, passed peacefully away, Ethel St Cyr Powell (nee Ingles), widow of Robert Albert Powell M.I.C.E. Provinical engneer, Ceylon. P.W.D [IGHS] on 4 October 1946 in Jersey, Channel Islands.

George Francis Stanser Ingles

(June 1862 - 10 October 1892)
     George Francis Stanser Ingles's birth was registered in the quarter ending in June 1862 in Portsea Island RD, Hampshire. He was the son of Major Walter Lawrence Ingles and Elizabeth Odell Best. Henry, George, Robert, Ethel and Walter were listed as the children of Major Walter Lawrence Ingles in the 1871 census in Vingtaine Petite Longueville, Channel Islands, UK.
He was appointed sub lieutenant in the Royal Naval Reserve, 30 June 1890.
George Francis Stanser Ingles married Alice Stanley in 1892. The Belfast newsletter 6 Aug 1892 announced: Jan 26, at St Mary Abbott's Kensington, London, by the Rev W ? Kerr, Georgre Fracis Stanser, second son of Major W L Ingles, lated 32nd and 16th Regiments, to Alice Stanley, daughte of the late Rev Edmond Stanley Stanley, B.A., J .P. for county Pembrokeshire.
She re-married Owen Andrew Armstrong (1851-1913)..
     George died was drowned in the sinking of the P&O liner "Bokhara" on 10 October 1892 aged 30. The ship struck rocks off the Pescadores Islands (Near Formosa/in the Straits of Formosa) and George, serving as 2nd Officer, was drowned along with 124 other passengers and crew.
     His will was proved on 9 December 1892. Probate was granted to Alice Stanley. He was of 159 Holland Rd, Kensington Mdx.

Henry Lockyer Stanser Ingles

(24 July 1859 - 28 January 1898)
     Henry Lockyer Stanser Ingles was born on 24 July 1859 in Colombo, Ceylon/Sri Lanka. He was the son of Major Walter Lawrence Ingles and Elizabeth Odell Best. Henry was listed in the household of Elizabeth Stanser as a grandchild in the 1861 census in 23? Clarence St, Portsea, Hampshire. Elizabeth Best, widow, 63, annuitant, born Nova Scotia; Elizabeth O Inglis, daughter, married, 33?, wife of Captain in the Army, born Hampton, Mdx; Henry S L?, grandson aged 1, born Ceylon, with a nurse. Henry, George, Robert, Ethel and Walter were listed as the children of Major Walter Lawrence Ingles in the 1871 census in Vingtaine Petite Longueville, Channel Islands, UK.
The marriage of Henry Lockyer Stanser Ingles and Rose Emma Frizelle was registered in St Stephen, Paddington, Middlesex, in the 23 November 1892 quarter.
     Henry resided at Melfort, Pussellawa, Kandy, Ceylon/Sri Lanka, 1897.
     Henry died on 28 January 1898 in Galle face Hotel, Colombo, Ceylon/Sri Lanka, aged 38. He was buried in Colombo. Stanser Ingles, of Milford Estate, Pussellaya, in former years of the Kelany Valley who died in Columbo. 28 Jan 1898 aged 38 years.
A Henry Lockyer Stanser Ingles was sponsor at the baptism at St Barnabas chapel, Ariswilla, Feb 22 1898 of Edmund Henry Grigson, son of Edmund Frederick Grigson & his wife Mary at Doranakande? Estate, Avisawella [Ceylon]. He is not included in the 1890 Army list.
     His will was proved on 27 May 1898 at London. Henry Lockyer Stanser Ingles of Melfort, Pussella, Ceylon, tea planter, died 28 Jan 1898 at Galle Face Hotel Kollupituja, Ceylon. Administration with will (limited) Probate granted to solicitor, the attorney of Rosa Emma Ingles & Robert Stanser Ingles. Eeffects £622/3/4.
     His will was proved on 16 January 1924 at London. Henry Lockyer Stanser Ingles of Melfort, Pussella, Ceylon; died 28 Jan 1898 at Hotel Galle Face Kollupituja, Ceylon. Probate granted to Rosa Emma Ingles, widow. Eeffects £480.

Children of Henry Lockyer Stanser Ingles and Rose Emma Frizelle

Henry Noel George Ingles

(circa 1894 - )
     Henry Noel George Ingles was born circa 1894 in Columbo, Ceylon/Sri Lanka. He was the son of Henry Lockyer Stanser Ingles and Rose Emma Frizelle.

Nora Stanser Ingles

(18 November 1901 - )
     Nora Stanser Ingles was born on 18 November 1901. She was the daughter of Walter Culpepper Stanser Ingles and Kathleen Alice Rochfort Wade. Nora Stanser Ingles on the passenger list of the "Pieter Corneliszoon Hooft" with Walter Culpepper Stanser Ingles and Kathleen Alice Rochfort Wade on 23 June 1931 in Batavia, Indonesia. Nora Stanser Ingles was recorded on the September 1939 census in the household of Walter Culpepper Stanser Ingles in 'Wayside', Isle of Wight.

Robert Stanser Ingles

(circa 1864 - 10 April 1913)
     Robert Stanser Ingles was born circa 1864 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. He was the son of Major Walter Lawrence Ingles and Elizabeth Odell Best. Henry, George, Robert, Ethel and Walter were listed as the children of Major Walter Lawrence Ingles in the 1871 census in Vingtaine Petite Longueville, Channel Islands, UK.
Robert StanserIngles was a medica l student at Middlesex Hospital, Oct 1 1882 and Member of the Royal College of Surgeons 2 March 1880.
Robert Stanser Ingles married Ada Florence Owen Lloyd on 18 April 1896 in Holy Trinity, Pussellawa, Kandy, Ceylon/Sri Lanka. By licence. Robert Stanser Ingles of Tamaravelly Nawalapitiya, and Ada Florence Owen Lloyd of Melfort, Pusssellawa. Witnessed by H Ingles, A F O Lloyd, Frank O Lloyd, Waslter C S Ingles.
     Robert Stanser Ingles and Ada Florence Owen Lloyd were recorded on the 1901 census in St Clement, Channel Islands, UK. Robert Stanser Ingles 37 ,living on own means, born Halifax, Nova Scotia, Ada F Ingles 31, born England; Baliol Ewel Scott 27, cousin, Barrister at Law, born NSW, Agnes A O'donoghue 42, Rasalie Olino 26, servants. Baliol was born in NSW 4485/1873 as Baliol E Scott, son of Lawrence H Scott & Rebecca in the Paddington district . His parents married 2621/1859 as Laurence Hawthorne Scott, & Rebecca Bettington in theh Parramatta district..
     Robert Stanser Ingles made a will dated 15 March 1905 in Manor Cottage, Samares, St Clement, Jersey, Channel Islands, UK. Will and Testament of Robert Stanser Ingles, Manor Cottage, Samares, St Clement. Dated 15 March 1905. Bequeaths to Ada Florence Owen Ingles his half of a tea plantation: Ambawella Estate, New Galway District, Ceylon; to Walter Robert Stanser Ingles 2/5 shares in realty at Heathfield Ronville and St Helens, Sydenham, Middlesex. 16/05/1913 - 16/05/1913.
     Robert Stanser Ingles and Ada Florence Owen Lloyd were recorded on the 1911 census in Manor Cottage, Samares, Jersey, Channel Islands, UK. Robt Stanser Ingles 47, Proprietry tea planter, wife Ada F O Ingles 42, married 14 years, no children; servants Charlotte Flenry 39, Emily Flenry 42.
     Robert died on 10 April 1913 in Jersey, Channel Islands, UK.
     His will was proved on 9 July 1913 at London. Probate granted to Ada Florence Owen Ingles, widow. Effects £5202/6/4, resworn as £5070/6/4. Probate was also granted in Jersey 16 May: Will and Testament of Robert Stanser Ingles, Manor Cottage, Samares, St Clement. Dated 15 March 1905. Bequeaths to Ada Florence Owen Ingles his half of a tea plantation: Ambawella Estate, New Galway District, Ceylon; to Walter Robert Stanser Ingles 2/5 shares in realty at Heathfield Ronville and St Helens, Sydenham, Middlesex.

Sheila St Cyr Ingles

(25 November 1903 - )
     Sheila St Cyr Ingles married Unknown Chandler. Sheila St Cyr Ingles was born on 25 November 1903. She was the daughter of Walter Culpepper Stanser Ingles and Kathleen Alice Rochfort Wade. Sheila St Cyr Ingles was recorded on the September 1939 census in the household of Walter Culpepper Stanser Ingles in 'Wayside', Isle of Wight.

Walter Culpepper Stanser Ingles

(23 November 1868 - 29 July 1953)
     Walter Culpepper Stanser Ingles was born on 23 November 1868 in West Terrace, Colchester, Essex, England. He was the son of Major Walter Lawrence Ingles and Elizabeth Odell Best. Walter Culpepper Stanser Ingles was christened on 8 January 1869 in St Botolph, Colchester, Essex. Henry, George, Robert, Ethel and Walter were listed as the children of Major Walter Lawrence Ingles in the 1871 census in Vingtaine Petite Longueville, Channel Islands, UK. Ethel and Walter were listed as the children of Elizabeth Odell Best in the 1881 census in 49 Warwick Gardens, Kensington, Middlesex. Walter, Ceylon/Sri Lanka. He was an assistant surveyor and joined the fund on 1 July 1896, he was single at the time. Walter Culpepper Stanser INGLES, VD, FRGS. Major, Ceylon Garrison Artillery; Surveyor-General of Ceylon; Member of the Ceylon Legislative Council; Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society. His long service medals were for sale in 2009: They were described as Colonial Officers’ Decoration, G.V.R., reverse engraved, ‘Major W. C. Stanser Ingles, Ceylon Garrison Artillery Reserve’, with brooch bar, in case of issue; Colonial Auxiliary Forces Long Service, G.V.R. (Capt. Walter Culpepper Stanser Ingles, Ceylon Garrison Artillery); together with a mounted pair of miniature medals, as above but second is a Volunteer Force Long Service, good very fine and better. £280-320. Footnote: Walter Culpepper Stanser Ingles was born in Colchester, Essex on 23 November 1868. He was educated at Victoria College, Jersey. Ingles went out to Ceylon and entered the Civil Service, and became Assistant Surveyor in January 1890. He became District Surveyor, March 1897; Assistant and Superintendent, May 1897; Acting Superintendent of Trigometrical Survey, January 1902; Acting Assistant Surveyor-General, June 1908, and Surveyor-General, November 1915. He also became a Member of the Legislative Council and was a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society. Ingles also served in the Ceylon Volunteers. After serving in the ranks of the Ceylon Planters Rifle Corps, he was appointed a 2nd Lieutenant in the Ceylon Volunteer Artillery on 13 February 1909. He was promoted to Lieutenant, February 1911, and a Captain on the Reserve in September 1915 on receiving his appointment as Surveyor-General, Ceylon. He was mobilised for War Service in Ceylon, 6 August 1914-24 September 1915. After the Great War he returned to the Active List, being appointed a Captain in October 1921, and became a Major on the Reserve in September 1923. Ingles was awarded the Colonial Auxiliary Forces L.S. Medal by the Ceylon Government Gazette of 11 November 1921, and the Colonial Auxiliary Forces Officers’ Decoration by the Ceylon Government Gazette of 16 January 1925. Latterly living in Yarmouth, Isle of Wight, he died on 29 July 1953. Sold with copied research. Hammer price £600. Source: http://www.dnw.co.uk/medals/auctionarchive/searchcataloguearchive/itemdetail.lasso?itemid=67196.
Walter Culpepper Stanser Ingles witnessed Ada Florence Owen Lloyd and Robert Stanser Ingles's wedding on 18 April 1896 in Holy Trinity, Pussellawa, Kandy, Ceylon/Sri Lanka.
     Walter resided at Ceylon/Sri Lanka, circa 1897.
Walter Culpepper Stanser Ingles witnessed Robert Albert Powell and Ethel St Cyr Ingles's wedding on 16 June 1900 in Holy Trinity, Pussellawa, Kandy.
Walter Culpepper Stanser Ingles married Kathleen Alice Rochfort Wade on 29 August 1900. They may be the parents of Walter Robert Stanser Ingles, solicitor in May 1934.
     Walter Culpepper Stanser Ingles and Kathleen Alice Rochfort Wade were on the passenger list of the "Pieter Corneliszoon Hooft" dated 23 June 1931 from Batavia, Indonesia.
     Walter Culpepper Stanser Ingles was recorded in September 1939 census in 'Wayside', Isle of Wight. Walter C S Ingles, born 23 Nov 1868, Surveyor General Of Ceylon (Ret). Married; Nora S Ingles born 18 Nov 1901, single, unpaid Domestic Duties; Chandler, Sheila St Cyr, born 25 Nov 1903, Married, unpaid domestic duties.
     Walter died on 29 July 1953 in 'Beresford', Victoria Rd, Yarmouth, Isle of Wight, Hampshire, aged 84.
     His will was proved on 15 September 1953 in Winchester, Hampshire. Walter Culpepper Stanser Ingles of Beresford, Victoria-road, Yarmouth, Isle of Wight, died 29 July 1953 at Westwood Nursing Home, Wootton, Isle of Wight. Probate granted to Lloyd's Bank Ltd. Effects £4294.

Children of Walter Culpepper Stanser Ingles and Kathleen Alice Rochfort Wade

Major Walter Lawrence Ingles

(1828 - 4 May 1897)
     Major Walter Lawrence Ingles was born in 1828 in Nova Scotia, Canada. He was the fourth son of Rev C Ingles, of Sydney, Cape Breton.
Charles Inglis (1734 – 24 February 1816) was an Irish clergyman who was consecrated the first Anglican Church of Canada bishop of the Diocese of Nova Scotia. He is buried in the crypt of St. Paul's Church (Halifax). John Inglis was a Church of England bishop; b. 9 Dec. 1777 in New York City, son of the Reverend Charles Inglis* and Margaret Crooke; m. 31 Aug. 1802 Elizabeth Cochran (Cochrane) in Windsor, N.S., and they had eight children; d. 27 Oct. 1850 in London. ... The Inglis family never returned to Nova Scotia except for the eldest, mentally unstable son, Charles, a physician. His will bequeathed the family estates to King’s College and St Mary’s Church, Aylesford, but it was successfully contested on the ground of his insanity..
Major Walter Lawrence Ingles served in the military He was appointed to the 32nd (Cornwall) Regiment of Foot on 21 January 1848.
Major Walter Lawrence Ingles served in the military He was promoted to Lieutenant in the 32nd Foot. In 29 July 1853 he was attached to the 94th Foot. By his marriage he was serving in the 74th Highlanders on 8 October 1850 in India.
Major Walter Lawrence Ingles married Elizabeth Odell Best, daughter of Rev George Best and Elizabeth Stanser, on 11 October 1855 in St Nicholas, Rochester, Kent. Oct 11, at Rochester, Walter Lawrence Ingles of the 74th highlanders, fourth son of Rev C Ingles, of Sydney, Cape Breton, to Elizabeth Odell, only daughter of the Rev G Best, late Archdeaocn of New Brunswick, North America.
Major Walter Lawrence Ingles served in the military as a Captain in the 15th (Bedfordshire) Regiment on 7 September 1858.
     Walter resided at Ceylon/Sri Lanka, 1859.
Major Walter Lawrence Ingles served in the military as a Captain of the 16th Regiment in 1868; 32nd Regt when addressed on a letter in a Siegal stamp catalogue.
     Walter resided at West Terrace, Colchester, Essex, November 1868.
     Major Walter Lawrence Ingles and Elizabeth Odell Best were recorded on the 1871 census in Vingtaine Petite Longueville, Channel Islands, UK. Walter L Ingles 42, Major Half-pay, born Nova Scotia, wife Elizabeth O Ingles 43, born England, Henry L S Ingles 11, born Ceylon, George F S Ingles 9, born England, Robert S Ingles 7, born Nova Scotia, Ethel St C Ingles 4, born Nova Scotia, Walter C S Ingles 2, born England, Bridget Cass 26, domestic servant, born Ireland.
     Major Walter Lawrence Ingles were recorded on the 1881 census in 64 Princes Gate, Kensington, Middlesex, England. Walter Lawrence Ingles, married, aged 52, an Army major, retired, born Nova Scotia, Canada, visitor in the household of William Banbury, banker.
     Major Walter Lawrence Ingles was recorded on the 1891 census in Radcliffe on Trent, Nottinghamshire. Walter L Ingles, aged 62, born Nova Scotia, retired Army officer, was a lodger with Mary Bell.
     Walter died on 4 May 1897 in Melfort, Pussellawa, Kandy, Ceylon/Sri Lanka. His memorial inscription states: Walter Lawrence Ingles, Major, late 32nd and 2nd 16th Reg., who died at Melfort, Pusselawa ... aged 61 years.
Major Ingles was ADC to the General Commanding the Forces in Ceylon in 1859. He came out again in 1897 to stay with his son H L S Ingles of Melfort estate, and died four days after his arrival. He has other sons in Ceylon, Walter Culpepper Stanser Ingles of the Survey Department and Robert Stanser Ingles. A daughter, now the wife of Mr R A Powell, Public Works Department, was with him at the time of his death. He was buried on 4 May 1897 in Holy Trinity, Pussellawa, Kandy, Ceylon/Sri Lanka. Major Walter Lawrence Ingles late 32nd 3nd & 16th Regiment of Melfort Pussellawa died and buried 4 May 1897 aged 81. He had been ADC othe General Commaner Forces in Ceylon in 1859.

Children of Major Walter Lawrence Ingles and Elizabeth Odell Best