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story of Mary Draper Ingles and son Thomas Ingles

John Ingles

story of Mary Draper Ingles and son Thomas Ingles

as told by John Ingles, Sr.

by John Ingles

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Published by Commonwealth Press in Radford, Va .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Ingles, Mary Draper, 1732-1815.,
    • Ingles, Thomas, b. 1751?,
    • Indian captivities -- United States.

    • Edition Notes

      Cover title: Escape from Indian captivity.

      Other titlesEscape from Indian captivity.
      StatementEdited by Roberta Ingles Steele and Andrew Lewis Ingles.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE87 .I53 1969
      The Physical Object
      Pagination36 p.
      Number of Pages36
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5444916M
      LC Control Number73108092

      Buy Escape from Indian captivity: The story of Mary Draper Ingles and son Thomas Ingles 2nd ed by John Ingles (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low Reviews: 1. ^ In , John Ingles, who heard the story from his mother Mary, wrote The Story of Mary Draper Ingles and Son Thomas Ingles. The original manuscript is at the Albert and Shirley Small Special Collection in the University of Virginia library. It is very difficult to .

      Description. The Story of Mary Draper Ingles and son, Thomas Ingles by John Ingles, Sr. This small but important book contains the story of the Draper family's settling of Western Virginia, and especially the story of the abduction of Mary Draper Ingles and her two sons, as told to author John Ingles by his mother, Mary Ingles. There's no description for this book yet. Can you add one? Edition Notes Bibliography: p. Rev. ed. of: The story of Mary Draper Ingles and son Thomas Ingles. 1st ed. Classifications Dewey Decimal Class /03/, B Library of Congress EI53 I53 The Physical Object Pagination 39 p. ; Number of pages.

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Escape from Indian Captivity: The Story of Mary Draper Ingles and Son Thomas Ingles by John Ingles, Sr. This small but important book contains the story of the Draper family's settling of Western Virginia, and especially the story of the abduction of Mary Draper Ingles and her two sons, as told to author John Ingles by his mother, Mary Ingles.

Escape from Indian captivity: the story of Mary Draper Ingles and son Thomas Ingles Paperback – January 1, See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" — — — Paperback from $Manufacturer: R.I.

Steele. Mary Draper Ingles was only twenty-three and pregnant when Shawnee Indians invaded the peaceful Virginia settlement where she, her husband and children lived.

Taken captive, she lived with the Shawnee for months until she finally escaped at Big Bone Lick, Kentucky by following a thousand mile trail to freedom. Read on for more of the extraordinary story about this pioneer woman who risked her.

The Story of Mary Draper Ingles: A Memoir by John Ingles (her son). Ingles, John. The story of Mary Draper Ingles and son Thomas Ingles, as told by John Ingles, Sr. Edited by Roberta Ingles Steele and Andrew Lewis Ingles Commonwealth Press Radford, Va.

Wikipedia Citation. William Ingles married Mary Draper in the summer ofand by the summer of they had two sons (Thomas and George) and were living at Drapers Meadows (present day Blacksburg, Virginia), along with Mary’s mother (Eleanor Hardin Draper), Mary’s. On a Sunday morning in July a band of Shawnee Indians raided Drapers Meadow, killing 4 settlers and taking 5 hostages, including Mary and her 2 sons.

The warriors and their hostages traveled for a month to a Shawnee village at the confluence of the Scioto and Ohio Rivers, where Mary was separated from her sons. After 2 French traders.

Mary Draper Ingles ( – February ), also known in records as Mary Inglis or Mary English, was an American pioneer and early settler of western Virginia. In summer she and her two young sons were among several captives taken by Shawnee after the Draper's Meadow Massacre during the French and Indian War.

The story of Mary Draper Ingles' escape and journey home has inspired a number of books, films, and living history programs, including the popular novel Follow the River by James Alexander Thom, a ABC television movie Follow the River (TV movie), and the film The Captives.

Draper's Meadows and Ingles Ferry were two early settlements in Kanawha county settled by the Draper and the Ingles families. The settlements were on what is now New River. Inaccording to tradition, Thomas Ingles and his eldest son, William, then a youth, made an excursion to the wilds of southwest Virginia from Pennsylvania, penetrating.

The story of Mary Draper Ingles and son Thomas Ingles: As told by John Ingles, Sr Unknown Binding – January 1, by John Ingles (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions The Amazon Book ReviewAuthor: John Ingles. The prisoners included Mary Ingles (here called English), her two children, Thomas and George, and her sister-in-law, Bettie.

William, Mary's husband, was away at the time and was not captured. After the capture, the Shawnee took their prisoners to the Shawnee town of Sonnontio. On the journey, Mary was allowed to roam the woods and had. In an year-old Mary Draper wed year-old William Ingles in the first wedding of European descent west of the Alleghenies.

Their son Thomas was the first child of European descent born west of the mountains in Mary Draper Ingles escaped from captivity and followed the river home to Virginia, traveling hundreds of miles by foot in worsening late-fall weather. Visit local New River Valley area sites that honor Mary Draper Ingles and her story.

The Mary Draper Ingles Trail is a great place to start. There is a book called:The Story of Mary Draper Ingles and son Thomas Ingles as told by John Ingles, Sr.

Edited by Roberta Ingles Steele and Andrew Lewis Ingles. Buy The story of Mary Draper Ingles and son Thomas Ingles: As told by John Ingles, Sr [1st ed.] by Ingles, John (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low Author: John Ingles. Escape From Indian Captivity. The Story Of Mary Draper Ingles And Son Thomas Ingles. Originally written by Mary's son John (date unknown). Transcribed from the original manuscript in by William Ingles () and Dr.

Virginia O'Rear Hudson, Professor of English at Radford College. Was descended from Mary Draper Ingles, whose story was told in the book and film Follow the River. Her sister Mary Amelia was born Janu (died ). Sister Caroline ("Carrie") born in August, (died june, ).

The cabin by the New River where Mary Draper Ingles and her husband William lived out their years after Mary's return from captivity. The amazing ordeal of the captivity and escape of Mary Draper Ingles along the New, Kanawha, and Ohio rivers in is a widely known and often told story of colonial frontier history (read the story on New River Gorge National River website).

Get this from a library. Escape from Indian captivity: the story of Mary Draper Ingles and son Thomas Ingles. [John Ingles; Roberta Ingles Steele; Andrew Lewis Ingles]. First published inHeritage Books came out with a facsimile edition in The book is available at for about $ There is a booklet, "Escape from Indian Captivity, the story of Mary Draper Ingles and son Thomas Ingles.

I don't know where this is available.The story of Mary Draper Ingles and son Thomas Ingles, as told by John Ingles, Sr by John Ingles (Book) Early documents relating to Mary Ingles and the escape from Big Bone Lick ().Mary Draper Ingles.

The following is a list of books and articles about Mary Draper Ingles which can be found at the West Virginia State Archives Library.

Ingles, John. The Story of Mary Draper Ingles and Son Thomas Ingles, Radford, Virginia, Commonwealth Press, In4.