Tour Scotland Video Inglis Stained Glass Window Greyfriars Tolbooth Highland Kirk Edinburgh
Tour Scotland video of the Inglis Memorial, stained glass window in Greyfriars Tolbooth Kirk on ancestry visit to Edinburgh, Scotland.
The Inglis surname is a Scottish form of the word referring to a Scottish border dweller of English as distinct from Celtic stock. Variant forms of the surname as it has evolved include Ingull, Ingle, Inglish and Ingliss. A famous Inglis was Charles Inglis, born 1731, died 1781, a rear admiral who was present at the Relief of Gibraltar in 1781.
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