Guide to the Ingram Family Collection
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Guide to the Ingram Family Collection, ca. 1883-1946
Collection number: SBHC Mss 12
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Title: Ingram Family Collection,
Date (inclusive): ca. 1883-1946
Collection Number: SBHC Mss 12
.2 linear feet
(1 half-size document box)
University of California, Santa Barbara. Library. Department of Special Collections
Santa Barbara, California 93106-9010
Physical Location: Del Sur.
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Ingram Family Collection. SBHC Mss 12. Department of Special Collections, Davidson Library, University of California, Santa
The collection contains materials relating to William D. and Mary Ann Ingram, Scottish immigrants who settled in Santa Barbara.
Mary Ann Miller Irvine (Ingram) was born on March 9, 1883, to James Irvine, a paper mill worker, and Mary Ann Irvine, in the
Parish of Dyce, County of Aberdeen, Scotland. According to his naturalization certificate, William D. Ingram also was born
in Scotland, ca. 1885, and emigrated to the U.S. sometime before 1909.
Real estate documents indicate William and Mary were married and had purchased property on Voluntario Street, in Santa Barbara,
by 1915. The 1922
Santa Barbara City Directory also lists William D. (carpenter) and Mary Ingram at 310 S. Voluntario. They still are listed there as late as the 1948
Santa Barbara City Directory.
Scope and Content of Collection
Included in this small collection are a birth certificate, naturalization certificate, photographs, abstracts of title, deeds,
and other legal and real estate documents relating to the Ingram family, ca. 1883-1946.
Box 1: 1 - 2
Abstracts - Walnut Park Tract (Voluntario Street), 1905, 1918
Box 1: 3
Abstracts, deeds, and other real estate documents and correspondence, 1913 - 1946
Box 1: 4
Ingram, Mary Ann Irvine--Birth Certificate (extract), 1883
Box 1: 5
Ingram, Mary Ann Irvine--Photograph (b/w), n.d.
Box 1: 6
Ingram, William--Certificate of Naturalization, 1914
Box 1: 7
Irvine, Mary Ann (mother of Mary Ann Irvine Ingram)--Photograph (b/w), n.d.