Arthur Ingram

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Arthur Ingram
Person Arthur Ingram
First name Arthur
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Last name Ingram
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Occupation Merchant
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Has opening text Arthur Ingram
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Res town London
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Res country England
Birth year 1616
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First deposition age 42
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Deposition start page(s) HCA 13/72 f.411v Annotate
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Silver Ship litigation in 1650s
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Biographical synthesis

Arthur Ingram (b. ca. 1616; d. ?). London merchant.

Edward Burton, a thirty year old haberdasher living in Lombard street, London, stated in 1663 that he was the bookkeeper of Ingram and testified in the Admiralty Court to certain debts owing to Ingram from his time in the Canaries.[1]

Lived for ca. eight years in late 1640s through to mid-1650s at Garrachico on the island of Teneriff in the Canaries.[2]

Living in the parish of Saint Dionis Backchurch, London, in 1663[3]

Evidence from High Court of Admiralty

Arthur Ingram deposed in the Admiralty Court on August 4th 1658 in support of "The clayme of John Woods of London merchant for two pipes of Canarie wynes first laden aboard the Mary and Joyce (Phillipp Stafford master) and afterwards being seized by enymes of the Commonwealth of England were taken out of her and put aboard the Elizabeth (Isaack Michalson master) and since retaken by the Bryar ffrigott in the imediate service of the Commonwealth of England". He stated that in 1657 he had been the correspondent of don Christovall da Alvorado, a merchant on the island of Teneriff in the Canaries.[4]

Comment on sources

  1. HCA 13/74 f.577v
  2. HCA 13/74 f.577v
  3. HCA 13/74 f.577v
  4. HCA 13/72 f.411v