So sorry I failed to see this before now. Richard Ingram and his first wife were parents of Nancy who married Jesse Marshall, and of Joshua and Mary. I have nothing to indicate Richard had a son Julius. Richard Ingram was the father of Sterling Ingram, but I am unsure of Sterling's mother. However, Richard Ingram's second wife was Mary Carter. Mary (Carter) Ingram had a brother named Jesse Carter who moved to SC. That Jesse Carter died at the age of 34 on 26 October 1801, having made his will in May 1801. Sterling Ingram witnessed that will. Sterling Ingram had also moved to SC, and witnessed documents in Greenville District involving Jesse Carter. About 1805, Sterling Ingram named a son "Jesse Carter Ingram" but moved on to Tennessee before 1820. Sterling Ingram married a second wife in Montgomery Co., TN in 1808, then died in Montgomery Co., TN between 1820 and 1823. The close associations and naming patterns might suggest Sterling Ingram was the nephew of Jesse Carter, and thus a son rather than stepson of Mary (Carter) Ingram. Richard Ingram and his second wife Mary Carter were parents of John Ingram, Polly Ingram [married 1803 in Brunswick Co., VA.], Lucy Ingram [married 1801 Mecklenburg Co., VA], and Elizabeth Ingram who married [probably in GA] first to Hugh B. Greenwood and second to Frederick Baldwin. Mary (Carter) Ingram remarried after Richard Ingram's death, first to Matthew Turner, Sr., and then to John Hooper in 1806. After that marriage, she moved to Franklin County, GA.