|Death: ||Jan. 21, 1875|
"Ingram, Rev. John, was born in
Toronto, Ont., in 1840, and began to
preach with the Methodists. He joined
the Free Baptists in July, 1866, and was
ordained the following January. He
took charge of the Ionia, Dexter and
Loudon churches, which were greatly
strengthened under his labors. He then
moved to Woodstock, and, while devoting
himself to study, preached to the
Zorra churches. A Bible class of
seventy-five members evinced his success.
The studies in school completed,
and engaging as home missionary, he
organized a church at Napier, enjoyed
a revival at Duttan, and was taking up
the work at Bloomsburgh, when, after a
sudden and brief illness, he died, Jan.
21, 1875, aged 35 years. His death, at
what seemed to be the beginning of
great usefulness, was deeply lamented."
---from "Free Baptist Cyclopedia, pub. 1889, by Burgess and Ward.
Crumment Family Tree gives his parents as Robert and Jane Ingram. That he was married to Rosetta Parker Dec. 10th, 1866, by Thomas Mills, Bapt. minister of Yarmouth. (A copy of the marriage is shown on the FT).
John and Rosetta had five children:
Nancy Jane, 1867-1881;
Ida Mae, 1865-1898;
Arthur William, (Findagrave # 132526556 )
Robert Alexander Fyfe, 1872-1951;
John Luther, 1874-1902.
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Record added: Nov 03, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 100080198
Honored here for his ministry in spreading the gospel.|
Added: Nov. 3, 2012