Captain Ingram's Partisan Rangers

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Captain Ingram's Partisan Rangers was the name given by the Sacramento Union to a band of about fifty Confederate Bushwackers organized from local Copperheads and members of the Knights of the Golden Circle in 1864 by Rufus Henry Ingram in Santa Clara County, California. They committed the Bullion Bend Robbery and planned other raids before being broken up by the Union authorities.[1]

Members[edit]

  • Rufus Henry Ingram, Captain
  • Thomas Bell Poole, Lieutenant
  • George Baker
  • John Creal Bouldware
  • John Clenndenning
  • Wallace Clenndenning
  • George Cross
  • James Frear
  • Thomas Frear
  • Joseph W. Gamble
  • John Gately
  • Alban H. Glasby
  • Jim Grant
  • Preston C. Hodges
  • John Ingram
  • Henry I. Jarboe
  • Washington Jordan
  • John A. Robinson
  • James Wilson.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ John Boessenecker, Badge and Buckshot: Lawlessness in Old California, University of Oklahoma Press, 1997. pg. 133-151
  2. ^ [John Boessenecker, Badge and Buckshot: Lawlessness in Old California, pg. 137-138]