The Scottish surname Inglis is believed to have come from the old English for 'Englishman'. An Early record of the name (Richard Anglicus) is found in the witnessing of a charter of David I to Melrose Abbey.In 1296, when Edward I invaded Scotland, the names of John de Inglis, Walter de Inglis and Philip de inglis are recorded as owning a great deal of land.During the early 14th century there was an Inglis family living in Douglas, Lanarkshire. During the reign of Robert the Second and Third, in 1395, Sir William Inglis duelled with Sir Thomas Struthers, killing the English champion. As a reward, the family was given the Barony of Manner by royal charter the following year.
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