John Ingle Index. Royal Society of Tasmania Collection
Ingle, John (2011) John Ingle Index. Royal Society of Tasmania Collection. Royal Society of Tasmania, University of Tasmania Library Special and Rare Materials Collection, Australia. (Unpublished)
John Ingle (11781-1872) was a merchant and shipowner who had
sailed with David Collins' expedition, arriving in 1804. He
received a grant of land near Bagdad and acquired further
property in Hobart and elsewhere. He was a friend of Edward
Lord who was a fellow traveller on the Collins voyage, as was James Hobbs whose sister, Rebecca, Ingle married in 1804. In 1818 John Ingle left Tasmania and sold some of his property to Edward Lord but retained some property and commercial interests.
Back in England he married Sophia Currey, whose family were bankers.
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