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Augustus John Ingram
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Birth: Mar. 3, 1830
Coffee County
Tennessee, USA
Death: Mar. 15, 1901
Blount County
Alabama, USA

Son of Council Bruton Ingram and Sarah Bostic. Married to Mary Adeline Baker and had 9 children: Council Brewton Ingram, Sarah Jane Ingram, Mary E. Ingram, Rebecca L. Ingram, Chloe G. Ingram, Rufus A. Ingram, Joanna C. Ingram, Ludie Beatrice Ingram and Martha F. "Mattie" Ingram.
Mr. Ingram organized and operated the Ingram Land Company in 1888 and was its president. Largely through his efforts, the town of Oneonta was incorporated on February 18, 1891. He was a member of the Methodist Church. He served as a Captain in the Confederate Army, and as Mayor of Oneonta. 
Family links: 
  Sarah Ingram Bostick Cornelius (1807 - 1888)
  Mary Adeline Baker Ingram (1831 - 1890)
  Lenora Madeville Cowden Ingram (1847 - 1893)*
  Council Bruton Ingram (1852 - 1934)*
  Sarah Jane Ingram Allgood (1854 - 1908)*
  Mary Elizabeth Ingram Patterson (1856 - 1905)*
  Rebecca L. Ingram Green (1858 - 1887)*
  Rufus A. Ingram (1863 - 1916)*
  Joanna C. Ingram Bynum (1867 - 1926)*
  Ludie Beatrice Ingram Donehoo (1870 - 1912)*
  Mettie Ingram Patterson (1872 - 1906)*
  Augustus John Ingram (1830 - 1901)
  Rufus Alexander W. Ingram (1833 - 1862)*
  Robert L. Ingram (1835 - 1897)*
  Mary Matilda Ingram Allgood (1839 - 1885)*
  Caroline Eliza Ingram Baker (1841 - 1917)*
  William Bostick Cornelius (1847 - 1926)*
*Calculated relationship
Old Liberty Cemetery
Blount County
Alabama, USA
Created by: Sally C. Palmer
Record added: Feb 01, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 24304654
Augustus John Ingram
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Remembering and Honoring a True Southern Hero. A Confederate Soldier who Bravely and Proudly Fought for Southern Independence During the War of Northern Aggression. Deo Vindice.
- Tony Smith SCV Camp 38, North Charleston S.C.
 Added: Apr. 30, 2015
Major. 12th Alabama Cavalry.
- Anne Wyatt
 Added: Mar. 1, 2014

- Old Coot
 Added: Jan. 29, 2014
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