which means 'Englishman' occurs in a number of records in the 12th and 13th centuries.
Rear-Admiral Charles Inglis (1731-91), younger son of Sir John Inglis of
Crammond, Bart, served at sea during the French and Spanish wars. Lieut-General Sir
William Inglis (1764-1835), son of a surgeon descended from a landed family in
Roxburghshire, fought in the Peninsular War.
John Inglis (1810-91), Lord Justice-General of Scotland, son
of a minister in Perthshire, was created Lord Glencorse in 1867, the ensuing baronetcy
devolving in 1958 on Sir Maxwell Inglis, 9th Baronet of Glencorse, great-great-grandson of
Rev. John Inglis, of Edinburgh.
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