William Ikin was an Englishman who started a ranch below the Bar U, on the middle fork of the Highwood River in 1884. In 1887 he purchased the Andy Bell and John Quirk places at the crossing. He raised Clydesdale horses. William died at High River in 1921.
Ella Lees (Inderwick) was born in Ontario in 1859. In 1883 she came to the Northwest Territories to live with her brother, William R. Lees who managed the McLaren Lumber Mill near Pincher Creek. She married F. Charles Inderwick. They had three sons, Basil, Jack and Cyril.
Charles Inderwick came to the Northwest Territories in 1882 and
started the North Fork Ranch north of Cowley. In 1884 he married
Ella Lees. They had three sons, Basil, Jack and Cyril. The ranch
run in partnership with Jonas Jones, was not a success, so they
returned to Ontario in 1888. They moved to Ceylon to run a tea
plantation in 1891 but Mrs. Inderwick returned to Perth, Ontario
in 1894 to raise her sons.
Fred Ingham farmed at Madden in 1888. He was born in 1870 in Illinois, U.S.A. and died at Calgary in 1944. He married Lottie Morton at Calgary in 1900. She was born at Southhampton, Ontario in 1871 and died at Madden in 1950. They had three daughters and one son in their family.
Hugh Ingram arrived on the first train to Calgary in 1883. He was employed by the W. H. Cushing Lumber. He later homesteaded at DeWinton but sold out and several years later returned to Ontario. He was born in 1855 at Spencerville, Ontario and died in 1938 at Oxford, Ontario. At Calgary in 1884 he married Mary Ann, who was born in 1857 at Portage du Fort, Quebec and died at Calgary in 1917. They had five boys and two daughters. He married Sarah E. Sanderson of Ontario in 1921.
James Ingram came to Calgary in 1884. He was married in 1887 to Edith Mary Oake. They had two daughters.
Mr. and Mrs. Ingram came to Calgary in 1882. They had a family of six daughters and six sons. Their daughter, Mary Ann and son William established the Grand Central Hotel. The partnership dissolved when Mary Ann married.
Frederick Ings was born in 1862 at Charlottetown, P.E.I. and died at Nanton in 1936. At Charlottetown in 1896 he married May Walker Dodd, who was born there in 1876 and died at Calgary in 1898. His second wife was Edith Scarchard whom he married at London, Ontario in 1910. She was born in 1883 at Strathroy, Ontario. Frederick had a family of two daughters and one son. He was the son of a banker and shipowner and spent his youth years abroad. After a year at Guelph College he came west travelling by rail and cart to Calgary in 1882. He purchased a ranch in partnership with his brother. They worked together until 1900 when he sold out and in 1902 purchased the Midway Ranch.
A brother of Frederick Ings, James came west in 1884 to ranch with his brother, Frederick. He bought out his brother in 1900 and in 1918 sold the Rio Alto and cattle to New York interests. The Ings retired to the west coast. James was born at Charlottetown, P.E.I. in 1856 and died in California, U.S.A. in 1928. In 1886 at Winnipeg, he married Frances Jane Hicks, who was born at Perth, Ontario in 1861 and died at California in 1929. They had two daughters and one son in their family.
Was a Missionary at the Sarcee Reserve in 1886.
Isobel Innes (McNabb) came west to nurse at the Galt Hospital, Lethbridge in 1887. She was born at Quebec City in 1864 and died at Calgary in 1940. In 1890 at Lethbridge she was married to David Preston McNabb, who was born in Ontario in 1868 and died in 1938 at Calgary. McNabb was a C.P.R. employee.
Thomas Ireland was an accountant for the C.P.R. at Medicine Hat in 1883. Later he started the first brewery there. He was born in 1844 at London, England and died in 1892 at Medicine Hat. At London in 1869 he married Amelia Fair, who was born in 1846 at London and died in 1933 at Medicine Hat. They had a family of four boys and five girls.
Billie Irvine worked at the Bar U Ranch in 1882 as well as at the Oxley. He
returned to the U.S.A. in 1886. Born at Flathead, Montana and
died there in 1939. In 1896 he married Emily Brown. They had no
John Irving came west alone in 1887 to file a homestead and begin farming. After a visit east, he returned to prepare for his family's arrival. In 1904 he took up a new homestead SW 2-19-25-W5th. His wife Sarah stayed on homestead #1 until moving to Vulcan in 1912 with son, Percy. In 1930 John moved to the west coast. He was born at Cardinal, Ontario in 1841 and died in 1930 at Nanton. At Cardinal in 1874 he married Sarah Howell Thomas, who was born at Prescott, Ontario in 1851 and died at Calgary in 1931. They had a family of four daughters and six sons.
John Irwin came to Calgary in 1889. He was born in 1868 at Picton, Ontario and died in 1948 at Victoria, B.C. At Calgary in 1893 he married Ruth Annetta Brown. They had a family of three sons and two daughters.
Barbara Iverach was one of the first Salvation Army workers at Calgary in 1887. She was born in 1859 in Scotland and died in 1944 at Calgary. She was married in 1891 to William White (Calgary - 1883). William was born in Wales in 1861 and died at Calgary in 1940. They had a family of four, two daughters and two sons.
George Ives was a member of the NWMP coming west in 1879, he was joined by his wife and children in 1881. They homesteaded a few miles west of Pincher Creek, later residing in Fort Macleod. He was appointed Collector of Customs at Fort Macleod in 1895. George Ives was born in 1848 at Compton, Quebec and died at Fort Macleod in 1922. He was married at Compton in 1851 to Sarah Abbie Thomas, who was born in 1851 and died in 1929 at Fort Macleod. They had two children.