Biological Index I
Gaston & Lincoln Biography Index
Arranged by surname -- click on the letter you want. "None" means no surname given.
INGLE see also ENGLE
INGLE, Ephraim. NC Troops, pub. 1977, v. 6, p. 111. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. M, 16th Regt. N. C. Infantry. Of Gaston County.
INGLE, Levi. NC Troops, pub. 1981, v. 8, p. 202. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. H, 28th Regt. N. C. Infantry. D. June 10, 1863. Of Lincoln County.
IRBY, Joseph. NC Troops, pub. 1975, v. 5, p. 180. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. E, 12th Regt. N. C. Infantry. Born in Lincoln County. Brickmason.
IRBY, Joshua M. North Carolina Slaves and Free Persons of Color: Burke, Lincoln and Rowan Counties, pub. 2000, p. 50-55. [301.4493 Byr NCC] In 1828 two slaves, Cyrus and Isaac, were charged with murdering their owner Joshua M. Irby. William J. Wilson is the administrator of Irby's estate. Many names mentioned.
IRWIN, James Patton. They Married Confederate Officers, pub. 1997, p. 13-14 and other pages. [929.2 Morrison HER NC] B. 1820, d. 1903. Married Harriet Abigail Morrison.
ISHAM, Edward. ""I Have Killed a Damn Dog": Murder by a Poor White in the Antebellum South", by Scott P. Culclasure. North Carolina Historical Review, v. 70, 1993, p. 14-39. [051 Nor NCC] Account of the life of Edward Isham alias Hardaway Bone as told to his defense lawyer, David Schenck. Isham was hanged in 1860 in Gaston County for a murder committed in Iredell County.
ISLEY, Millard Goley. North Carolina Lives, pub. 1962, p. 658. [920 N NCC] B. 1914. Teacher, principal.
ISLEY, Ralph Thompson. North Carolina Lives, pub. 1962, p. 658-659. B. 1919. Industrial development executive.
IVENS, Mary Ann. York, South Carolina, Newspapers Marriage and Death Notices 1823-1865, pub. 1981, p. 29. [929.375 Y NCC] Of Gaston County. Married in 1853 to J. G. Schorb.
IVEY, Thomas Neal. Dictionary of North Carolina Biography, pub. 1988, v. 3, p. 260-261 [920.0756 D NCC] B. 1860, d. 1923. Methodist minister, editor of denominational newspaper, author. Taught school in Lincoln County early in his career.