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9 INCHIQUIN . INGLEBY. 10

INCHIQUIN, Sir L. O. (Con.)

confirmed by House of Lords 11 April 1862; a representative peer for Ireland 20 Oct. 1863 to death ; author of Ireland : the late famine and the poor laws 1848. d. Dromoland 22 March 1872.

INCLEDON , CHARLES (eld. son of Charles Incledon, vocalist 1763- 1826 ). 6. 1791; had a pure tenor voice ; appeared at Drury Lane as Meadows in Love in a Village 3 Oct. 1829 ; an English teacher at Vienna many years . d . Bad Tuffé department of Sarthe, France 1865 .

INGALL , WILLIAM LENOX. 6 . 2 June 1822 ; ensign 62 foot 27 Dec. 1842, lieut. col. 25 Oct. 1855 to 6 March 1868 ; served in Sutlej campaign 1845 –6 and in Crimean war 1854-5; brigadier general Bengal, April to Oct . 1869 and April 1870 to Jany. 1874 ; L.G . 1 Oct. 1877 ; placed on retired list with hon . rank of general 1 July 1881 ; col. Royal Sussex regiment 14 Sep. 1885 to death ; C . B . 22 Jany. 1857. d . Queen 's park, Chester 11 Jany. 1888.

INGALTON, WILLIAM (son of a shoemaker at Worplesdon, Surrey ). b . Worplesdon 1794 ; lived at Eton long time, where he painted domestic and rustic scenes; published lithographed views of Eton 1821; exhibited 9 pictures at R. A., 19 at B .I. and 5 at Suffolk st. 1816 -26 ; an architect and builder at Windsor from 1824. d . Clewer, Windsor 1866.

INGHAM , CHARLES CROMWELL. b. Dublin 1796 ; pupil of Wm . Cumming 1810 - 14 ; a portrait painter in New York 1816 to death ; noted for his portraits of women and children ; a founder of National Academy of Design , V . P . 1845 - 50 and an originator of the Sketch club, New York ; his works include The laugh ing girl and The White plume. d. New York city 10 Dec. 1863. Appleton's American Biog. iii 348 (1887).

INGHAM, JAMES PENROSE (elder son of the succeeding). b. 1839 ; ed. at Westminster and Trin. coll. Cam., B. A. 1861; rowed in the Cambridge boat against London and Ox ford at Henley 1859 ; sculled with David Ingles in the University pairs 1859 and with Robert U . P . Fitzgerald 1860; barrister I. T . 26 Jany. 1866 ; practised as a special pleader ; went South Eastern circuit. d . 40 Gloucester sq. Hyde park, London 28 Nov 1879.

INGHAM, SIR JAMES TAYLOR (younger son of Joshua Ingham of Blake hall,West Riding of Yorkshire ). b . 17 Jany. 1805 ; ed. at Trin . coll. Cam., B.A. 1829, M .A . 1832 ; barrister

INGHAM, SIR J. T. (Con .)

I. T . 15 June 1832 ; magistrate Thames police court March 1849, transferred to Hammer smith and Wandsworth 1856 ; chiefmagistrate at Bow st. July 1876 to death ; knighted at Osborne 21 July 1876 ; adjudicated upon many important extradition cases. d. 40 Gloucester sq. Hyde park, London 5 March 1890. Vanity Fair 20 Feb. 1886 , portrait ; Graphic, xxiii 341 (1881) portrait.

INGHAM , ROBERT (son of Wm . Ingham of Newcastle on Tyne). b. 1793 ; ed. at Harrow and Oriel coll. Oxf., fellow 1816 – 26 ; B. A . 1815 , M .A . 1818 ; barrister L . I. 16 June 1820, barrister: I. T. 1825, bencher 1850 to death, reader 1862, treasurer 1863; Q.C. July 1851 ; M . P . for South Shields 1832 -41 and 1852-68 ; recorder of Berwick on Tweed June 1832, resigned Nov. 1870 ; attorney general of county palatine of Durham 1846 61. d . Weston, South Shields 21 Oct. 1875.

INGILBY, REV. SIR HENRY John, 1 Baronet (eld . son of rev. Henry Ingilby of Ripley , Yorkshire 1761- 1833). b. 28 Jany. 1790 ; ed. at Univ. coll. Oxf., scholar to 1816; B.A. 1812, M .A . 1816 ; created baronet 26 July 1866 . d . Ripley castle , Yorkshire 5 July 1870.

INGILBY, SIR WILLIAM AMCOTTS-, 2 Baronet. b. Yorkshire, June 1783 ; succeeded his maternal grandfather as 2 baronet 26 Sep . 1807, his father as 2 baronet 8 May 1815 ; assumed name of Amcotts before that of Ingilby 1812 ; M . P . for Lincolnshire 6 Dec. 1823 to 3 Dec. 1832, for North Lincolnshire 24 Dec. 1832 to 29 Dec. 1834. d. 23 Abingdon st. Westminster 14 May 1854.

INGILBY, SIR WILLIAM BATES (brother of rev. sir H . J. Ingilby 1790 – 1870 ). b. North Deighton, Yorkshire 30 April 1791; ed. at Houghton le Spring, Marlow and Woolwich ; 2 lieut. R . A . 1 April 1809, col. 6 Nov. 1854 to 22 June 1860, colonel commandment 24 Aug. 1866 to death ; general 1 Oct. 1877 ; K. C. B. 13 March 1867. d. 9 Roland gardens, South Kensington , London 6 Aug. 1879.

INGLEBY, CLEMENT MANSFIELD (only son of Clement Ingleby of Birmingham , solicitor, d. 1859). b. Edgbaston 29 Oct. 1823 ; ed. at Trin . coll. Cam ., B.A . 1847, M .A . 1850, LLD. 1859 ; solicitur at Birmingham 1849–59'; professor of logic at Birmingham and Midland institute 1858 ; foreign sec. and V. P. of R. Soc. of literature ; an original trustee of Shakespeare's birthplace 1861; V.P . New Shakespeare soc. ; author of Outlines of theo