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  Jared Ingersoll
Jared Ingersoll overcame the strong influence of his Loyalist father to become a supporter of the Revolutionary cause.
Ingersoll was the son of a prominent British official, whose strong Loyalist sentiments would lead to his being tarred and feathered at the hands of radical Patriots.
Ingersoll graduated from Yale College in 1766, studied law in Philadelphia, and was admitted to the bar in 1773.
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 RALPH ISAACS INGERSOLL
Jared INGERSOLL, the famous stamp-master, one of the ablest lawyers of his time, and the ancestor of those of the name in Philadelphia, was his grand-uncle.
INGERSOLL was made second clerk, (the clerks were then members,) assumed the second place on the judiciary committee, and immediately took a high position among the leaders in debate.
INGERSOLL was a prudent man. Very properly he was reluctant to take a risk; would not give an opinion or advocate a measure unless there were solid grounds for it; would not put to hazard a good reputation, or butt his head against a wall, because pressed to do so.
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  From Revolution to Reconstruction: Biographies: Jared Ingersoll   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The son of Jared Ingersoll, Sr., a British colonial official and later prominent Loyalist, Ingersoll was born at New Haven, CT, in 1749.
Although Ingersoll missed no sessions at the Constitutional Convention, had long favored revision of the Articles of Confederation, and as a lawyer was used to debate, he seldom spoke during the proceedings.
Subsequently, Ingersoll held a variety of public positions: member of the Philadelphia common council (1789); attorney general of Pennsylvania (1790-99 and 1811-17); Philadelphia city solicitor (1798-1801); U.S. District Attorney for Pennsylvania (1800-01); and presiding judge of the Philadelphia District Court (1821-22).
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 Jared Ingersoll (1749-1822), University of Pennsylvania Archives
Jared Ingersoll was born in New Haven, Connecticut, the son of the Jared Ingersoll (1722-1781).
The elder Jared Ingersoll known especially for his vigorous pursuit, as Connecticut's agent to London, of the colonists' interest in the face of the Stamp Act, and then for his controversial role as the agent who enforced the resulting Stamp Act in Connecticut.
It was as Attorney-General that Ingersoll served as an ex-officio Trustee of the University of the State of Pennsylvania in 1791.
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 Descendants of Thomas Roote - Eleventh Generation - Page 2 of 16
Gove, Sophia Ingersoll, Jared Ingersoll, Jonathan Ingersoll, Sarah Dewey, Sarah Root, John Root, John, John, Thomas) was born 1832.
Ingersoll, Charles Ingersoll, Thomas Ingersoll, Jonathan Ingersoll, Sarah Dewey, Sarah Root, John Root, John, John, Thomas) was born in of Saint Catherines, Niagara, Ontario, Canada.
Wyllys King Ingersoll M.D. Henry Frederick Ingersoll, Henry Ingersoll, Jonathan Ingersoll, Jonathan Ingersoll, Sarah Dewey, Sarah Root, John Root, John, John, Thomas) was born 3 Aug 1856 in Canton, Fulton, Illinois.
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 Descendants of Thomas Roote - Ninth Generation - Page 1 of 7
(Jared Ingersoll, Jonathan Ingersoll, Sarah Dewey, Sarah Root, John Root, John, John, Thomas) was born 3 Dec 1784 in Pittsfield, Berkshire, Massachusetts and was christened Jul 1794.
(Jared Ingersoll, Jonathan Ingersoll, Sarah Dewey, Sarah Root, John Root, John, John, Thomas) was born 25 Jun 1786 in Pittsfield, Berkshire, Massachusetts.
(Jared Ingersoll, Jonathan Ingersoll, Sarah Dewey, Sarah Root, John Root, John, John, Thomas) was born 1 Jul 1788 in Pittsfield, Berkshire, Massachusetts.
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 Ingersoll, Charles Jared
[Ingersoll's father, Jared Ingerson, was a "lawyer, born in Connecticut in 1749, died in Philadelphia, Oct. 21, 1822.
Jared graduated at Yale college in 1766, studied law for five years in London, spent a year and a half in Paris, and then returning to Philadelphia became almost immediately prominent in his profession.
Charles Jared Ingersoll, A Discourse Concerning the Influence of America on the Mind being the annual oration delivered before the American philosophical society, at the University in Philadelphia, on the 18th October, 1823 (Philadelphia: A. Small, 1823)
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 Ingersoll, Charles Jared   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
[Ingersoll's father, Jared Ingerson, was a "lawyer, born in Connecticut in 1749, died in Philadelphia, Oct. 21, 1822.
Jared graduated at Yale college in 1766, studied law for five years in London, spent a year and a half in Paris, and then returning to Philadelphia became almost immediately prominent in his profession.
Charles Jared Ingersoll, A Discourse Concerning the Influence of America on the Mind being the annual oration delivered before the American philosophical society, at the University in Philadelphia, on the 18th October, 1823 (Philadelphia: A. Small, 1823)
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 National Park Service - Signers of the Constitution (Jared Ingersoll)
The son of Jared Ingersoll, Sr., a British colonial official and later prominent Loyalist, Ingersoll was born at New Haven, Conn., in 1749.
Returning to Philadelphia and entering the legal profession, Ingersoll attended to the clients of one of the city's leading lawyers and a family friend, Joseph Reed, who was then occupied with the affairs of the Supreme Executive Council of Pennsylvania.
Subsequently, Ingersoll held a variety of public positions: member of the Philadelphia common council (1789); attorney general of Pennsylvania (1790-99 and 1811-17); Philadelphia city solicitor (1798-1801); U.S. District Attorney for Pennsylvania (1800-01); and presiding judge of the Philadelphia District Court (1821-22).
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 JAREDINGERSOLL
Contact US Ingersoll, Jared (1722-1781) Stamp Agent, Royalist: Ingersoll was born in Connecticut and studied at Yale, eventually moving to Boston with a British commission to act as a stamp agent for Connecticut, a position which Benjamin Franklin advised him to accept.
He was finally compelled to offer his resignation, which was not satisfactory to the people of other regions and, in order to save his house from an attack, he rode from New Haven, resolving to place himself under the protection of the legislature in Hartford.
Unlike his father, Ingersoll's son, Jared Jr., was an active patriot, serving in public office and signing the U.S. Constitution.
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 Charles Jared Ingersoll — FactMonster.com
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 Search Results for "Ingersoll"
New Haven, Conn.; son of Jared Ingersoll (1722-81) and father of Charles Jared Ingersoll.
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 The American Revolution - The Making of America and Her Independence
The son of Jared Ingersoll, Sr., a British colonial official and later prominent Loyalist, Ingersoll was born at New Haven, CT, in 1749.
Although Ingersoll missed no sessions at the Constitutional Convention, had long favored revision of the Articles of Confederation, and as a lawyer was used to debate, he seldom spoke during the proceedings.
Ingersoll's long career ended in 1822, when he died less than a week after his 73d birthday.
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 Jared Ingersoll
INGERSOLL, Jared, stamp-agent, born in Milford, Connecticut, in 1722; died in New Haven, Connecticut, in August, 1781.
Ingersoll said: "The cause is not worth dying for," and made a written declaration that his resignation was his own free act, without any equivocation.
--The younger Jared's son, Charles Jared, statesman, born in Philadelphia, 3 October, 1782; died there, 14 May, 1862, received a liberal education, studied law, and was admitted to the bar in Philadelphia.
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 Ingersoll Family Collection, 1797-1954 (bulk 1797-1865): Finding Aid
Jared Ingersoll, was born in New Haven, Conn. He studied law and established himself as a lawyer in Philadelphia.
A signer of the Constitution of the United States, Ingersoll had a successful career in public office, and served as attorney general of Pennsylvania (1791-1800, 1811-1817); until his death he was one of the leaders of the Philadelphia Bar.
The twenty-seven letters by Jared Ingersoll to his son Charles, the letters from Samuel Stanhope Smith and John H. Hobart, and the photographs and engraving were a gift of R. Sturgis Ingersoll, Princeton Class of 1914, on November 20, 1954.
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 Jared Ingersoll
Abstract: Jared Ingersoll (1749-1822) was born in Connecticut.
Jared Ingersoll was born on October 24, 1749, in New Haven, Connecticut.
Ingersoll’s bill to consolidate and amend the penal laws of this commonwealth.
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 Ingersoll: Free Encyclopedia Articles at Questia.com Online Library
Jared Ingersoll: A Study of American Loyalism in Relation to British Colonial Government
INGERSOLL, ROBERT GREEN 1833 99, American orator and lawyer...Congregational minister who settled eventually in Illinois, Ingersoll was admitted (1854) to the bar and became a court lawyer...prevented any further advance.
Admitted to the bar in 1802, Ingersoll served (1813 15) as a Jeffersonian in Congress and was...
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 Market forces - Good Living - Entertainment - smh.com.au
Jared Ingersoll, chef from Danks St. Depot at Flemington Markets.
Head high, eyes bright, senses alert, Jared Ingersoll lopes off so fast that I can barely keep up with his lanky frame.
We've done the circuit and Ingersoll is ready to part with some cash.
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 Charles Jared Ingersoll - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Charles Jared Ingersoll (October 3, 1782 – May 14, 1862) was an American lawyer and statesman from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
He was born in Philadelphia, the son of Jared Ingersoll who served in the Continental Congress.
Ingersoll's biographic sketch at the U.S. Congress website
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 The Scarlet Standard #6 - Col. John Durkee, Norwichtown's Forgotten Hero   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
He was tried in absentia in Lebanon where it was argued that Ingersoll was "virtually represented" and thus was denied none of the sacred rights of Englishmen.
Ingersoll stated that he would put this matter before the General Assembly which was scheduled to meet in Hartford in a few days.
Durkee's irregulars began to threaten Ingersoll, at which time he was taken to a nearby tavern where he was confined for three hours.
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 The Connecticut Society of the Sons of the American Revolution - ArticlesThe Scarlet Standard #6 - Col. John Durkee, ...
He was tried in absentia in Lebanon where it was argued that Ingersoll was "virtually represented" and thus was denied none of the sacred rights of Englishmen.
Ingersoll stated that he would put this matter before the General Assembly which was scheduled to meet in Hartford in a few days.
Durkee's irregulars began to threaten Ingersoll, at which time he was taken to a nearby tavern where he was confined for three hours.
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 Charles Jared INGERSOLL — Infoplease.com
George Ashmun, of Massachusetts, in reply to the attack of C. Ingersoll upon Daniel Webster.
Ingersoll’s letter to his constituents, on the subject of foreign influence.
Charles J. Ingersoll “with reference to the United States bank, and the question of vested rights.” [Philadelphia: N.p., 1836].
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 Ingersoll Family Tree and Research Project   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Welcome to the Ingersoll Family Tree and Research Project, which is an ongoing investment in the Ingersoll lineage and history.
I’ve also found that Kit Carson Ingersoll, born in Ohio, went to Van Buren, Bloomingdale, Michigan with his family between 1860 and 1870 and in the 1880 Census he appears as a boarder.
Jared Ingersoll, the signer of the Constitution of the United States, is also related to us: 
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 The Political Graveyard: Index to Politicians: Ingersoll
Son of Jared Ingersoll; brother of Joseph Reed Ingersoll.
Father of Charles Jared Ingersoll and Joseph Reed Ingersoll.
Son of Jared Ingersoll; brother of Charles Jared Ingersoll.
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 deseretnews.com | American Fork's Conder is one of state's top players behind the plate
Three years ago, American Fork baseball coach Jared Ingersoll made one of those tough coaching decisions.
Ingersoll said Conder's success is directly tied to his dedication.
Last June Ingersoll, Conder, teammate Hap Holmstead and Holmstead's father took a trip to Nebraska to watch the College World Series.
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 The Stamp Act, 1765:Jared Ingersoll's account of the parliamentary debate, 11 February 1765.
The Stamp Act, 1765: Jared Ingersoll's account of the parliamentary debate, 11 February 1765.
Jared Ingersoll was the colonial agent in London for the colony of Connecticut.
He wrote this account of the parliamentary debate on the Stamp Act to the governor of Connecticut, Thomas Fitch.
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 Danks Street Depot - Restaurant Reviews - Good Living - Entertainment
Jared Ingersoll's rustic fare is big on heart and flavour.
They're generous, the taste of food that's been cooked and not just assembled, considered and nurtured from broth to bowl.
Jared Ingersoll's menu is filled with the sort of dishes you'd expect of someone with twice his years at the stove.
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 Cavemen assure themselves of third place :: PrepRally, Provo Utah   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The pitching performance is a good sign for the Cavemen, according to Ingersoll.
Ingersoll said pitching and defense are going to be the key for his team to be successful in the postseason.
Jared Lloyd can be reached at 344-2552 or jlloyd@heraldextra.com.
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