Samuel Hood Inglefield

Samuel Hood Inglefield 1783-1848. He was the son of Captain John Nicholson Inglefield and his wife, Ann Smith, and was born at Singlewell, near Gravesend in Kent. His parents separated after his mother’s well-publicised but alleged adultery with an African servant...

Henry Inman

Henry Inman 1762-1809. He was the son of the Reverend George Inman, the rector of Burrington in Somerset. Inman entered the service in 1776 under the patronage of the son of another Somerset clergyman, Captain Sir Samuel Hood, who commanded the Courageux 74 in home...

John Nicholson Inglefield

John Nicholson Inglefield 1748-1828. He was born at Deptford, Kent, the son of Isaac Inglefield, a naval carpenter from a Lancastrian family, and of his wife, Hannah Slade, the sister of the eminent shipbuilder, Sir Thomas Slade. Inglefield entered the service in 1759...

Charles Inglis (1)

Charles Inglis (1) c1731-91. He was the fourth and youngest son of Sir John Inglis of Cramond, the postmaster general of Scotland. His mother was Anne Cockburn, the daughter of an eminent Scottish politician, Lord Ormiston. Inglis entered the navy in 1745 aboard the...

Alexander Innes

Alexander Innes Died 1786. Innes was commissioned lieutenant on 26 July 1739. After being promoted commander of the sloop Ferret 14 on 14 November 1752 he brought her back from Jamaica in the following August and paid her off. From February 1755 he had the Otter 14,...

John Inglis (1)

John Inglis 1743-1807. Born of Scottish descent on 20 March 1743 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, his father, John Inglis, was a merchant who had re-located to America, and his mother was Catherine M’Call. Inglis entered the service in 1758 aboard the Hussar 28, Captain...