I am afraid that I do not know where Archibald may have gone, but I am interested in who were Archibald's parents and grandparents. I am tracing the Children of Archibald Paine Inglis (Nephew of Bishop Charles Inglis, 1st Colonial Bishop of Nova Scotia who had some land at Aylesford. He was responsible for building the Aylesford church). I know that Archibald Paine Inglis had several children, the eldest was called Charles Inglis, who was left some land in Bishop Charles Inglis' will. I am wondering if the Archibald Inglis name is a coincedence and the place where he was born is also a coincedence.
I have listed below all that I know about Archibald Paine Inglis....could he be related to the Archibald Inglis Neiley you are looking for? I have a lot of Inglis information on my website www.inglis.uk.com
Archibald Paine Inglis (1753/4 - 1801)
1768 Trinity College Dublin, Eire 1787 Emigrated to Nova Scotia 19/10/1788 Ordained 1/11/1788 President of the Academy at Windsor, Nova Scotia. He was a reluctant President and asked to leave as soon as a successor was found. 1789 - 1801 Rector of Glanville, Annapolis County, Nova Scotia marriedSusanna ? (1766 - 13/12/1842) Susanna died at Lower Horton, King's County
He has at least 7 children the eldest was called Charles Inglis after Archibald's Uncle, Bishop Charles Inglis.