IMLAY Nina E.
d. 18 May 1899 at Northport; spinal meningitis; daughter of Charles Imlay of
INGALLS John V.
d. 16August 1900 at Las Vegas, New Mexico; throat trouble; [interment at
Atchinson, Kansas]; “the history of his life was that of a poor boy who arose to
name and fame through unremitting toil”; [native of Middleton, Massachusetts, b.
29 December 1833; moved to Kansas in 1858 and soon became involved in Kansas
politics; newspaper editor in Atchinson, Kansas]; U. S. Senator [from Kansas
1873-1891 and President ProTem of the U. S. Senate 1887-1891]; resident of
d. 20 July 1897 at London, England; “distinguished poet and novelist ... has a
wide popularity in the United States”; native of Boston, England; born 1820
INGERSOLL Col. Robert G.
d. 21 July 1899 at Dobb’s Ferry, N. Y.; apoplexy; funeral at Dobb’s Ferry at which
his various writings were read; cremation at Fresh Pond, L. I.; unnamed widow
survives; father of Mrs. Walston H. Brown and Maude Ingersoll; native of
Dresden, N. Y. (b. 1833), son of a Congregationalist minister; “noted infidel
lecturer”; grew up in Illinois; served in the Civil War as colonel of the 11th Illinois;
leading Republican party political figure; “his fame came through his lectures and
writings antagonizing the Christian faith”
d. 7 August 1893 at Lattingtown; daughter of H. M. H. Ingraham
drowned 26 August 1895 in collision of his yacht Adelaide and the steamer Pereus
in New York Harbor; all others aboard the yacht at the time of the collision were
rescued; body washed ashore at South Beach, Staten Island; “Mr. Inman and the
yacht Adelaide were often in Cold Spring Harbor”
IRELAND Adelia E.
suicide 1 June 1897 at Huntington; locked herself in room and turned on gas jets;
widow of James Edgar Beers; wife of Henry Ireland (m. 1896); step-mother of
IRELAND Albert J.
29 yrs 22 days
d. 2 April 1893 at Cold Spring Harbor; interment at Huntington; repture of blood
d. 11 January 1898 at Brooklyn; funeral at Brooklyn; interment at Huntington
Rural Cemetery; son of Andrew Ireland of Oyster Bay; “had been married but
three weeks before his death”