|Repository:||Georgia Historical Society|
|Creator:||Inglis, John, active 1772.|
|Title:||John Inglis papers|
|Extent:||(1 folder ) 0.05 cubic feet|
|Collection materials are in English.|
John Inglis was a merchant in Savannah; S.H. Jenkins was his London partner. He was a commissioner of roads for St. Andrews Parish (now McIntosh County) in 1772. Because of his status as a Loyalist, he was named in the Georgia Act of Attainder in 1778, and the firm's lot, wharf, and stores were confiscated.
The collection consists of a letter from S.H. Jenkins to John Inglis, regarding business and the current state of affairs in Georgia and America, as well as a bill of lading for 73 casks of sago powder.
[Item identification], John Inglis papers, MS 415, Georgia Historical Society, Savannah, Georgia.
Collection is open for research.
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