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Second Lieutenant Patrick Ingoldsby

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“Patrick Ingoldsby was my great great grandfather's brother.  He was born in Ireland.  Later generations were born in County Leitrim, but I can find no record of this generation there.  In Ireland the family name was Gallogly.  For some reason all the family members that settled in New Haven used the English equivalent Ingoldsby.  In 1860-61 there there were 7 Ingoldsbys listed in the New Haven City Diretory.

Patrick died of phthisis (tuberculosis) in New Haven July 3, 1884 (New Haven Vital Records Vol. 27, Page 190).  He was married to Margaret Sullivan who was born in Halifax, Nova Scotia.  Together they had 11 children.”

The above information was provided by Joanne Ingoldsby Peters.

According to “kindredkonnections” his father was a Bernard Ingoldsby and his mother was named Bridget.

Information taken from Murray’s History shows that Patrick Ingoldsby enlisted Sep 11, 1861 at what is now Bayview Park in New Haven, the site of the regiment's monument dedicated in 1903. His record shows his "residence" as New Haven. He was mustered in on Sep 27 (still at Bayview Park - City Point) as a Cpl. He was promoted to Sgt. on April 10, 1862 and made 1st Sgt. on July 1, 1862. He was later promoted to 2D Lt. on May 27, 1863.

The History of the Ninth written by Thomas Murray in 1903 has been digitized in its entirety by Quinnipiac University on:
References to Patrick Ingoldsby can be found on Pages, 153, 170 and 256. He may also have been part of a "force of twenty picked men, under Captain Healy and Lieutenant Patrick Claffee, [both of Company C]" that crossed the Mississippi under cover of darkness in July of 1862 and remained under the guns of Vicksburg for eight days. See page 110.











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