Does anyone know what happened to Benjamin Ingram (married Susannah Coin) and his brother James Ingram (married Catherine Young)? Both were sons of John Ingram and Mary Peasley of Anne Arundel and Baltimore Counties, Maryland.
I am working on a theory that Benjamin settled in Caswell Co, NC. There is a Susannah Ingram in Caswell tax lists after Benjamin's death, and at least one of Benjamin's sons had a daughter named Susannah Ingram.
I think James Ingram went to Pendleton Co, SC, where he was near the family of Joshua Young, possibly related to his wife. His family then went to Livingston Co, KY, the part which became Caldwell Co, KY in 1809.James Ingram left a will in Livingston in 1806 naming wife Caty (Catherine Young), son Benjamin, and son-in-law Samuel Burton (who, according to Burton reseachers, married Elizabeth Ingram, and had a son named James Ingram Burton).
There is also a connection to the Wright family.Benjamin and James Ingram had a sister, Dorcas, whose second husband was Abraham Wright.An Abraham Wright is one of a handful of Wrights living in Caswell Co, NC in 1777 tax list near Benjamin and James Ingram.There was also a Jacob Wright in Caswell in 1777, who may be the same Jacob Wright who married Priscilla Ingram in 1765 in Baltimore Co, MD.Benjamin Ingram witnessed the will of an Isaac Write (Wright) in 1772 in Orange Co, NC, before Caswell was formed from Orange.
I have this all documented if anyone is interested.