Ingersoll Genealogy

Simon or Symon Ingersole/Ingersoll (1610 – 1647)
10th great-grandfather John Symon Ingersoll Sr (1640 – 1695) son of Symon  John Ingersoll Jr (1674 – 1733 son of John Symon Ingersoll SrJosiah Ingersoll 1718 – 1806) son of John Ingersoll Jr GIDEON INGERSOLL (1742 – 1826 son of Josiah Ingersoll Rebecca INGERSOLL (1769 – 1844)daughter of GIDEON Ingersoll Readford Alyea (1806 – 1864) son of Rebecca Ingersoll Phoebe Jane Alyea (1823 – 1920) daughter of John Readford Alyea Eugene Loyd Lumley (1863 – 1935) son of Phoebe Jane Alyea Eugene Rufus Lumley (1905 – 1947) son of Eugene Loyd Lumley Robert Eugene Lumley (1934 – 2010) son of Eugene Rufus Lumley


First… There is NO way I can share everything I know about my Ingersoll’s on this page. I only intend to share my favorite things & things that may encourage other Ingersoll’s to want to know more. If I can make you want to know more, then there’s half a chance you’ll go outta your way to wanna help me learn more, too.

Every person listed in my direct pedigree is verified as to their placement in my tree, DNA confirmed (as far as it could be) through living cousins who also share the line. I’ve got a lot to say about this family, they had lots to do with establishing our country & then establishing Canada. I don’t even know how to put it all into order, so… I keep putting it off. 

Huntington, along the north shore of Long Island is where my Ingersoll’s first settled.

-Symon Ingersoll (b: 1610-d: 1647) is as far back as I’ve gotten with this line. He is my 10 Great Grandfather.

-Simon Ingersoll, of the global industrial company Ingersoll Rand, is my 4th cousin. He has a great story, half of which is sitting in my blog drafts waiting to be finished so it can be read & enjoyed.







Ingersoll Beauty Quote
A cute thing found in a book that makes me laugh. Personally, I am not all that into beauty but I always smile when I see this as peoples profile images on Ancestry.