Inge, Francis Decatur, (Soph.) 1841, Tuscaloosa; s. Maj. Francis Inge and Rebecca Williams; b. Jan. 10, 1822.
He is the Major Francis Inge in this source.
A Register of the Officers and Students of the University of Alabama, 1831-1901 – University of Alabama. Son of Richard Inge Sr. and Sally Johnson Inge. He died between 1840-50.
History of Alabama and Dictionary of Alabama Biography, By Thomas McAdory Owen and Marie Bankhead Owen, vol. 3, p. 883: "INGE, FRANCIS, planter, was born about 1780, in North Carolina, and died in Greene County; son of Richard, sr., and Sally (Johnson) Inge; brother of Dr. Richard, William Marshall, and John Johnson Inge and half-brother of Robert Sturdivant and Lt. Zebulon Montgomery Pike Inge. He was educated in the common schools of North Carolina, and became a planter. In 1821, he accompanied his father's family to Alabama, where they settled in Tuscaloosa as pioneer citizens and engaged in extensive planting. He won the title of major in the Mexican War. He was a Democrat. Married: about 1815, to Rebecca Coke Williams, of North Carolina. Children: 1. Samuel W., m. Miss Hill of Greene County; 2. Richard; 3. Francis Decatur; 4. John Henry; 5. William Murphy, m. Augusta Evans, of Mississippi, a cousin of Augusta Evans Wilson, author; 6. George. Last residence: Greene County."
Rebecca Coke Williams Inge
Mary Talbot Inge Murphy
Martha Ann Inge Marrast
William Marshall Inge
Aged 52 years.