Biography of Ebenezer Ingaisbe of Alabama, NY

Ebenezer Ingaisbe was a captain in the English army. Desiring to visit America he gave up his commission and secured passage on a ship. Arriving here he settled in Massachusetts, where he remained until his death. His son Ebenezer, born in Massachusetts, moved to Scipio, Cayuga County, where he died in the 70th year of his age. He married Phebe Easterbrooks. Their children were Elijah, born September 12, 1780; Ebenezer, born December 23, 1781 ; Phebe, born March 28, 1784; Azel, born February 14, 1786; Huldah, born January 4, 1789; Sally, born August 20, 1790; Adna, born January 11, 1793; Emory, born October 24, 1798; and Samuel, born in Hartford, N. Y., August 17, 1796. The latter located in Scipio. Cayuga County, at an early day, and engaged farming. He was a drum-major in the militia. He married, July 15, 1817, Mary, daughter of John and Barbara (Fishell) Bushman, of Scipio, and their children were Sally, born July 15, 1817, who married Ryal Ingaisbe, of Alabama; Ebenezer, born March 5, 1819, who resides in Michigan; John, of Michigan; Mary, who married William N. Walker. and died 1875; Phebe, who married Médad Norton, and died 1848; William, of Alabama; Clarissa, who married Ira Green, of Michigan; Amanda, who married Aaron Green, and died 1879; and Almira, who died May 20, 1855. Mr. Ingaisbe located in Alabama in 1834, on the place now occupied by Alpheus Ingaisbe. He and his wife were active members of the Baptist Church. He died 1848, and she 1879.

Gazetteer and Biographical Record
of Genesee County, New York
Edited by: F. W. Beers
J.W. Vose & Co., Publishers, Syracuse, N. Y. 1890



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