William Ingram

Governor Tonyn arranged a 350-acre grant for William Ingram, another refugee who settled on Trout River in 1782. Ingram came to East Florida after the evacuation of Loyalists from Charleston in 1782. He built a dwelling house and farm buildings, cleared and fenced fourteen acres, and acquired livestock. When the province was ceded to Spain, Ingram migrated to Halifax, Nova Scotia, leaving behind his land and all of his corn, livestock, and furniture.


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