- Born: 5 Aug 1820, Cameron, Fifeshire, Scottland.
- Marriage: Elisabeth PATTIE on 1 Jun 1844 in Cameron, Fifeshire, Scotland
- Died: 7 Sep 1902, Riwaka, Nelson, New Zealand at age 82
- Buried: Riwaka Cemetery, Riwaka, Nelson, New Zealand
Sir Allan McNab
Ship: 840 Tons
Captain: Joshua Cherry
Sailed London April 8th 1855 - arrived Nelson August 8th 1855
The Sir Allan McNab was to leave London for Nelson direct on the 8th April, with ninety adult assisted emigrants, and sixty other passengers. Among the latter there is a complete mining staff of twenty-four persons, to work the Dun Mountain Copper Mine. The remaining passengers will also be chiefly for this Province.
The Nelson Examiner August 4th 1855
Colonist, Volume XLV, Issue 10514, 15 September 1902, Page 2
FUNERAL OF THE LATE MR JOHN INGLIS. The funeral of the late Mr John Inglis took place on Wednesday afternoon last. A very large number of friends in the Riwaka district and many from other districts, including some from Nelson, followed the
interment taking place at the Riwaka Cemetery. The Rev. Mr Wilson, Presbyterian minister at Riwaka, conducted service at deceased's late residence, and at the graveside, delivering an earnest and impressive service. Mr Inglis was a native of Fifeshire, Scotland, and arrived in Nelson in August 1855 by the ship Sir Allan McNab. He was a thoroughly practical farmer, and took great interest in improving the breed of cattle, being the first person to import pure-bred shorthorn stock into the district.
John married Elisabeth PATTIE, daughter of Thomas PATTIE and Euphemia BRUCE, on 1 Jun 1844 in Cameron, Fifeshire, Scotland. (Elisabeth PATTIE was born on 3 May 1822 in Cameron, Fifeshire, Scotland, christened on 12 May 1822 in St. Andrew's & St.Leonard's, Cameron, Fifeshire, Scotland, died on 2 Feb 1869 in Riwaka, Nelson, New Zealand and was buried in Riwaka Cemetery, Riwaka, Nelson, New Zealand.)