James Nashville Inge

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Biography* James Nashville Inge was biography James Nashville Inge (1818-1880) purchased businesses in Newton (now Jasper) County ad in Neosha around 1840. He owned a general store and was postmaster in Virginia Mines in Franklin County in 1855, then postmaster in St Clair from 1859-1874. He married Mary E Hibbard, daughter of one of the large landowners of the area. The Inges apparently brought slaves with them from Virginia and some were listed in the 1860 census. Slave descendatns took the inge name and many still lived in the area of Robertsville, MO.
Source: http://www.muw.edu~bparker/inge.html which cites:
Cooley, Sue. 1995. Gleangings from the Past ... & Present. St. Clair Missourian. July 26, August 2, August 9.
Inge, Colonel George B The Herndon and Inge Families
Inge, Richard Lee. The James Nashville Inge Family. 
Marriage*4 March 1849 He married Mary E Hibbard on 4 March 1849 at Franklin Co., Missouri. 
Census1860*1860 James Nashville Inge appeared on the 1860 census as the head of household, Slave schedule Pg 142, Central Twnshp, Franklin Co., Missouri along with Pat Inge and Rosier Inge. His info on the census included: James had the following slaves:
1 female age 30
2 males age 23
4 male age 4 (that would be Pat. in 1870)
1 male age 7/12 (that would be Rosier in 1870).
 
Census1870*1870 James Nashville Inge appeared on the 1870 census as the head of household, pg 416 #1148-1148, St Clair PO Center Twnshp, Franklin Co., Missouri along with Mary E Hibbard. His info on the census included: Inge, Jas. N 40 b.VA merchant $8000-$19,000. 
Probate*1880 His estate was probated in 1880 at Franklin Co., Missouri; James has a probate packet in Franklin Co, probated in 1880 but need to send for that. 

Family 1

(__________) possibly Jane (__________) b. 1820
Children

Family 2

Mary E Hibbard b. 23 Oct 1831, d. 16 Jun 1871
Child
Last Edited12 Oct 2004