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Name Inglis, John Livingston
Born 1/1/1838
Birthplace England
Father Andrew Inglis
Mother Sarah Livingston Inglis
Notes Born in Liverpool, England, to Scottish parents (his mother, Sarah, was sister to Daniel G. Livingston), Inglis emigrated to the United States and started an iron foundry in northern Florida. He enlisted in Company D (the Wakulla Guards), 3rd Florida Infantry, and rose to command of the company in 1863. Wounded three times, Inglis was captured at the battle of Nashville, Tennessee, in December 1864, and spent the remainder of the war in prison at Johnson's Island, Ohio. After the war he became the major general in command of the Florida Division, United Confederate Veterans.
Occupation Engineer

Associated Records

Image of SASH


Sash of red silk mesh with tassels.

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Coat, Frock -

Uniform Frock coat: double breasted, 7 buttons in each row, cadet gray wool broadcloth with royal blue wool broadcloth piping, no facings, green floral damask lining in the body, pink silk lining in sleeves; collar insignia removed, gold sleeve braid, Federal staff buttons with backmark:"HORSTMANN&/ALLIEN NY" and "STEEL &/JOHNSON."

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Pattern: First National flag; wool, cotton, silk. Remnants of painted silk inscription, "Florida". Unit designation in black paint. Conserved. Stars: Nine white cotton, 5-pointed. Border: White, 1.5 inch on hoist edge. Attachment: Ties. Unit Designation: Stenciled in black paint, "3rd / Co D" Battle Honors: None.