Charles Inglis


Charles Inglis

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  • Charles Inglis (c. 1731–1791) — Charles Inglis Portrait by Sir Henry Raeburn Born c. 1731 …   Wikipedia

  • Charles Inglis (d. 1833) — Charles Inglis Died 27 February 1833 Ryde, Isle of Wight Allegiance United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland Service/branch Royal Navy …   Wikipedia

  • Charles Inglis (bishop) — Charles Inglis Bishop of Nova Scotia Church Church of England See Nova Scotia …   Wikipedia

  • Charles Inglis (engineer) — Inglis Mark III bridge being erected during the Second World War Sir Charles Edward Inglis OBE (pronounced Ingels[1]) (31 July 1875 – 19 April 1952) was a British civil engineer.[2] …   Wikipedia

  • Inglis — is a surname, and may refer to: * Agnes Inglis * Anthony Inglis * Bob Inglis * Brian Inglis (1916 1993), British journalist * Charles Inglis (1734 1816), the first Church of England bishop of the Diocese of Nova Scotia * Charles Inglis (engineer) …   Wikipedia

  • Charles McLaren (psychiatrist) — Charles Inglis McLaren M.D. (23 August 1882 – 9 October 1957) was an Australian psychiatrist and missionary. McLaren was born in Tokyo to Rev. Samuel Gilfillan McLaren M.A., a Scottish missionary, and his wife Marjory. He attended Scotch College …   Wikipedia

  • Charles Thornton (cricketer) — Charles Inglis Thornton (20 March 1850 – 10 December 1929), nicknamed Buns , was an English cricketer who played more than 200 first class matches in the later 19th century, for no fewer than 22 different teams.[1] He was also the founder of the… …   Wikipedia

  • Charles I. McColough — was a Canadian multi millionaire who, during the mid to late 19th century, donated land on Cape Breton Island, on the coast of Nova Scotia, Canada, to public use. Family Charles Inglis McColough was born in Nova Scotia, Canada, the son of Thomas… …   Wikipedia

  • Inglis, Charles — ( 1734 1816 )    first Anglican bishop to serve outside the United Kingdom    Charles Inglis was born at Glencolumbkille, County Donegal, Ireland, the son of an Anglican minister. At age 20, inglis moved to Lancaster, Pennsylvania, where he… …   Encyclopedia of Protestantism

  • Inglis — This interesting surname is of Anglo Saxon origin, and derives from the Olde English pre 7th Century word Englisc , which was used, to refer to the Angles as distinct from the Saxons. The form Inglis is a Scottish form of the word referring to a… …   Surnames reference


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