I just wanted to make anyone aware of this who might be interested:At the Queens County New Brunswick GenWeb website (http://www.rootsweb.com/~nbqueens) there are two Charles Inglis Wetmore's listed.
Charles Inglis Wetmore baptized 1835 Gagetown son of Robert and Frences born 19 August 1835; Robert is barrister.
Charles Inglis Wetmore baptized 30 April 1886 Gagetown so of Medley and Lilla Elizabeth born 1 December 1885.
I am aware of Charles Inglis the Rector of Trinity Church in New York City because he performed the marriage of a Stephen Sands that I am researching to see if he is my gggg grandfather, Stephen Sands - Loyalist/Queens Ranger.
My gggg grandfather settled in New Brunswick after the Rev War and in 1804 Thomas Wetmore did some legal work for him.
That's why I noticed the names.I don't have any other information except to mention that Charles Inglis is mentioned on the website The Online Institute for Advanced Loyalist Studies as the chaplin for one of DeLancey's regiments.And there is an 1809 New Brunswick land petition for Charles Inglis at the Provincial Archives of New Brunswick website.