Ing Thomas : A sermon preach'd at the funeral of Mr. William Reeve, a minister of Christ : and servant to the churches: on Phil.1.21.--To die is gain. With some short observations on the life and death of Mr. Thomas Ing. By Francis Stanley, a servant of Christ.; Stanley, Fr.
Ingoldsby Henry Sir 1622 1701 : The declaration and engagement of the officers and souldiers of Col. Ingoldsbies regiment for the present government, : whereunto is added two letters, of a great fight between Col. Jones and the Marq. of Ormond, with the routing of Ormonds whole body of horse, and pursuing him to Waterford, the surrender of Ross and other garrisons to the Lord Lievt. Cromwell, since the taking of Waxford, with the besieging of Duncanon. Also an act made at Edenburgh for receiving all persons to the sacrament, that were formerly debarred from it, the expectation they have of the Prince, and the Earl of Mourtons joyning with the euemy [sic] in the North.
Ingoldsby Richard Sir 1685 : Letters to the council of state, from the commissioners of the militia of several counties, &c. : informing them of the several marches of Colonel Lamberts forces, and shewing their readiness to suppress them and a letter from the Lord Montagu, expressing the fleets obedience to the council and Parliament, also a letter from Col. Ingoldsby, who with his own hands took Col. Lambert prisoner : with some further information given by the messenger that came first with the news and was in person at the randezvous on Edge-hill, when Col. Okey and Major Creed appeared there.
Ingram Arthur Sir : Sir Arthur Ingram, c.1565-1642 : a study of the origins of an English landed family.; Upton, Anthony F.
Ingram Arthur Sir 1642 : To the right reuerend and right honorable the Lords spirituall and temporall assembled in vpper House of this most high and honorable session of Parliament : an abstract of the grieuances and oppressions done by Sir Arthur Ingram, Knight, and his agents, to Griswell Rogers, widow, and her poore orphan.; Rogers, Griswell.
Ingram Thomas Sir : Istleworth-Syons peace : containing certain articles of agreement made between the right honourable Algernoone Earle of Northumberland, &c. Lord of the mannor of Istleworth-Syon in the county of Middlesex, Peter Dodsworth, Hugh Potter and Robert Scawen, esquires, of the one part, and Sir Thomas Ingram knight, Sir Thomas Nott knight, Sir John Syddenham baronet, and others, copy-hold tenants of the said mannor, of the other part : a bill preferred in the high court of Chancery, wherein the said Sir Thomas Ingram, Sir Thomas Nott, Sir John Syddenham, and others, the said copy-hold tenants, are plaintiffs, and the said Earle, Peter Dodsworth, Hugh Potter and Robert Scawen, defendants, with the said defendants answer to the said bill : and a decree in the said high court of Chancery, exemplified under the great seal of England, whereby the said articles are ratified : and an agreement of the tenants, where the said articles, &c. shall remain : together with a table of the contents of the articles, &c. : all which are herein at large set forth, except the often repetition of all the tenants names, which is herein omitted, for brevity sake only.