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David Wayne Ingalls

Mr. David “Wayne” Ingalls, age 47, a resident of 75 Bradley Lane, Washington, died Sunday May 4, 2008 at Pitt County Memorial Hospital in Greenville.  Graveside services will be held 1:00 pm Wednesday, May 7, 2008 at Oakdale Cemetery, Washington.  The following will serve as pallbearers: Jeffrey Williams, Charles Williams, Tony Ingalls, Taylor Ball, Justin Elks and Mike Peede.  Mr. Ingalls was born in Beaufort County on April 18, 1961. He was the son of Dillon Woolard Ingalls and Janet Silverthorne Ingalls. Mr. Ingalls was a cable splicer for Lambert’s Cable Splicing. He loved hunting, fishing, NASCAR, and the Dallas Cowboys.  Mr. Ingalls is survived by his wife, Cynthia Bridgeman of the home; his parents, Dillon Ingalls and Janet Ingalls both of Washington; a daughter, Misty Ingalls of Greenville; two step daughters, Kristen Bridgeman of Washington, Samantha Bridgeman of the home; two grandchildren; a step granddaughter; a brother, Tony Wayne Ingalls of Pinetown; a sister, Tammy Ingalls Litchfield of Washington; and a special cousin, Earlene Peede of Washington.  The family will receive friends from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm Tuesday, May 6, 2008 at Paul Funeral Home, Washington and other times of the home of his mother, Janet Ingalls, 707 East 5th Street, Washington.  Paul Funeral Home of Washington is serving the Ingalls family.  (Washington Daily News [Washington, NC] – Wednesday, May 7, 2008)

Herman LaVerre Ingalls

Herman LaVerre Ingalls, age 48, of 2808 S. Grimesland Bridge Road, Grimesland, N.C., passed away in the late afternoon of Friday, June 30, 2006.  Funeral services will be held at Paul Funeral Home of Washington on Monday, July 3, 2006, at 11 a.m. Herman will be laid to rest at Oakdale Cemetery in Washington.  Herman was born Nov. 30, 1957, to Alton LaVerre Ingalls and Betty Lou Woolard Ingalls, who reside in Washington, N.C. On June 17, 1978, he married Debbie Louise Stallings. He served his country in the United States Navy and has been employed with Ingalls & Associates for 30 years as the head of graphic design and customer relations. In addition to coaching for many years of both Babe Ruth regular and All-Star seasons for Pitt and Beaufort County, he was the 2004 junior varsity head coach and 2005 varsity assistant coach for Washington High School and the 2006 varsity assistant coach for Southside High School. In continuing his love for baseball, he opened The Cage, an indoor hitting and pitching facility, in Washington in November of 2004. He was also a member of the Grimesland Masonic Lodge, as well as a member of Black Jack Original Free Will Baptist Church.  In addition to his wife and parents, his family includes his daughter, Jennifer Logan Ingalls of Forth Worth, Texas; and his son, Greysen Lloyd Ingalls of Grimesland; two sisters, Linda Lou Ingalls of Washington and Nichole Louann Cross of Grimesland; and one brother, Derrick LaVerre Ingalls of Washington.  Visitation will be held at Paul Funeral Home of Washington from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Sunday, July 2, 2006. The family will also be receiving friends at their home of 2808 S. Grimesland Beach Road, as well as the home of Alton and Betty Lou Ingalls. 220 E. Main St., Washington.  (Washington Daily News (Washington, NC) – Sunday, July 2, 2006)

L. J. Ingalls

Mr. L. J. Ingalls, 86, of 841 Old Blounts Creek Road, Chocowinity, died Saturday evening, March 18, 2006, at his home.  Funeral services with military honors will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday from the chapel of Paul Funeral Home, Washington, with the Rev. Henry Horne and Rev. Roger Tripp officiating. Burial will follow in Pamlico Memorial Gardens.  The following will serve as active pallbearers: Brett Ingalls, Grady Ingalls, Snowdy Carrow, Jimmy Stokes, John Hill and Alan Brooks. Rusty Carrow, Billy Boyd, Tommy Boyd and Leslie Paramore will serve as honorary pallbearers.  Mr. Ingalls was born in Pitt County on Dec. 15, 1919. He was the son of the late William McCoy Ingalls and Maggie Hardison Ingalls. Mr. Ingalls was a retired farmer. He served in the Army during World War II as a member of the 82nd Airborne division, 507th Parachute Infantry Unit. Mr. Ingalls was a machine gunner who jumped at Normandy and saw combat during the Battle of the Bulge. He received two Bronze Battle Stars for his service. He was married to the former Ramona Lee Hardison, who survives. He was a member of the Old Cove Hunting Club and Union Chapel Free Will Baptist Church.  Surviving with his wife are two sons, Barry Ingalls and his wife, Linda, of Chocowinity and Terry Ingalls and his wife, Esther, of Robersonville; six grandchildren, Shellie Ingalls, Brett Ingalls, Hollie Jones, Jana Ingalls, Jackson Ingalls and Kristin Ingalls; and two great-grandchildren, Hannah Jones and Nathan Cutler.  Mr. Ingalls was preceded in death by a son, Garry J. Ingalls; a daughter, Ninette Ingalls; four brothers, Gotha Ingalls, Elmer Ingalls, John Gray Ingalls and Bonnie Ingalls; and three sisters, Belle Whitehurst, Eva Ingalls and Kathleen Ingalls.  The family will receive friends tonight from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at Paul Funeral Home, Washington, and other times at his home, 841 Old Blounts Creek Road, Chocowinity.  Paul Funeral Home of Washington is serving the Ingalls family.  (Washington Daily News (Washington, NC) – March 20, 2006)

James E. Ingold, Sr.

Mr. James E. “Jimmy” Ingold, Sr., of 3007 Pickett Road, died Sunday night at the VA Medical Center.  Mr. Ingold was born in Washington, NC. and raised in Durham. He attended the Durham Public Schools. Mr. Ingold was employed with Ingold Tire and was a Deputy Sheriff in Durham. He was encouraged by Footsie Knight to begin officiating and was very active as a referee and umpire for many sports in various church and city leagues, including the ACC Conference for baseball. Mr. Ingold's approach to officiating was one of a kind, gentle manner. He knew that the sport was for the teams and the fans, and he encouraged young people to follow his example. Years ago, he was the VP of Durham Professional Baseball. He was a member of Durham Masonic Lodge #352, Yates Baptist Church and the Osborne Daniel Sunday School Class.  He was predeceased by his wife, Mildred Correll Ingold.  Mr. Ingold is survived by his children, daughter, Mary Ingold Pickett of Durham; son, Jack Ingold of Durham; daughter, Barbara Ann Barbee of Bear, DE; and many grandchildren.  Funeral service will be held Wednesday, April 1, at 2:00 p.m. at Yates Baptist Church. Officiating will be Rev. Dr. C. Ronald Cumbie. Burial with Masonic Rites to follow at Maplewood Cemetery.  The family will receive visitors Tuesday night from 7-9 p.m. at Howerton-Bryan Funeral Home.  (The Herald-Sun (Durham, NC) – March 31, 1998; pg. C2)

  Ruby Jarvis Ireland

Mrs. Ruby Jarvis Ireland, 87, of Aurora, died Monday, Jan. 19, 2009, at Bayview Nursing Center in New Bern.  A funeral will be conducted at 2 p.m. Friday in South Creek Baptist Church with the Rev. Kenny Privette officiating. Burial will follow in the church cemetery.  Mrs. Ireland was married to Colon C. Ireland of New Bern, who survives.  Survivors include two daughters, Robin Ireland Deal of Apex and Joyce Ireland Corrieri of Goldsboro; one sister, Joyce J. Zelinsky of Chesapeake, Va.; four grandchildren; four great-grandchildren and three great-great-grandchildren.  The family will receive friends one hour prior to the service at South Creek Baptist Church.  Arrangements are by Bryant Funeral Home & Cremations, Alliance.  (Washington Daily News [Washington, NC] – Wednesday, January 21, 2009)

Maria Pulido Vinuesa Ives

Mrs. Maria Pulido Vinuesa Ives, 81, of 31134 N.C. Highway 33 East, Aurora, died Sunday, Aug. 10, 2008, as a result of injuries received in an automobile accident.  A memorial service will be held at 7 p.m. Friday in the chapel of Paul Funeral Home, Washington with the Rev. Sylvia Duke officiating.  Mrs. Ives was born in El Arenal Avila, Spain on May 20, 1927. She was the daughter of the late Wenceslaus Pulido Peres and Agapita Vinuesa Vinuesa. On Nov. 8, 1957, she married Horace Whitford Ives, who preceded her in death Aug. 24, 1965. She was a homemaker. She attended Campbells Creek United Methodist Church.  Survivors include two daughters, Teresa Ives of Atlanta, Ga. and Carla Hoffner of Ocala, Fla.; two sons, John Ives of Aurora and Troy Ives of Chocowinity; one brother, Juan Pulido Vinuesa of Spain; 11 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.  The family will receive friends at the home of her son, John Ives, 316 Cypress Swamp Road, Aurora.  (Washington Daily News (Washington, NC) – Wednesday, August 13, 2008)

Unless otherwise noted, these obituaries were contributed by Kay Midgett Sheppard. No part of this document may be used for any commercial purposes. However, please feel free to copy any of this material for your own personal use and family research.

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