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|Whilst the similarity in name suggests that this family may have had a link with the family of Lisle, or the Innes family of Scotland, no connection has yet been found between this family and either of those families.|
|Wilhelmus de Insula|
|1.||Otwelus de Insula a 1168|
|A.||Robert de Insula|
|m _ Canville dau of Richard Canville of South Gosforth|
|i.||Otwel de Insula d 1250|
|a.||Robert de Insula of Woodburn b 1222, dsp 1300|
|b.||Nicholas de Insula|
|1||Sir John de Insula of Woodburn had issue|
|2||Peter de Insula|
|ii.||Peter de Insula|
|a.||Robert de Insula of Chipchase d by 1269|
|1||Sir Robert de Insula of Chipchase|
|A||John de Insula of Chipchase|
|B||Robert de Insula of Chipchase a 1346|
|i||John de Insula of Chipchase|
|a||Cecily de Insula|
|m Walter Heron|
|ii||Nicholas de Insula|
|B.+||other issue - Wilhelmus, Otwell, Richard, Henry|
|James de Ingham of Ingham d 1203-4|
|m Albreda dau of Walter Waleran|
|1.||Oliver de Ingham of Ingham d 1281-2|
|A.||Sir John de Ingham of Ingham|
|m Margery widow of Sir John, possibly mother of ...|
|i.||Sir Oliver de Ingham of Ingham, Sheriff of Cheshire, Lord b c1287, d 1344|
|m Elizabeth d 11.10.1350 widow of Sir Oliver, possibly mother of ...|
|a.||Oliver de Ingham dvp before 26.12.1326|
|b.||Oliver de Ingham dvpsp before 25.09.1339|
|m before 28.05.1331 Katherine|
|c.||Elizabeth Ingham dvp|
|m John Curson|
|1||Mary Curson dsp 1349|
|m Stephen de Tumbye|
|d.||Joane Ingham d before 12.12.1365|
|m1 before 25.03.1344, sp Roger le Strange, Lord of Knokyn d 29.07.1349|
|m2 before 03.07.1351 Sir Miles Stapleton of Bedale d 1364|
1 'A History of Northumberland', volume IV by John Crawford Hudgson, printed and published by Andrew Reid in 1897.
2 BE1883 Ingham, TCP Ingham.
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