Captain James M. Ingram (Ingraham)'s information can be located on the Find A Grave website. I am a descendant of Captain Ingram, who was a elder in the Benton County Cherokee Tribe, which is how that he was made captain over the Indian division. Benton County Arkansas was a passing, or temporary dwelling for the Cherokee Indian's on their 'Trail of Tears' march to Oklahoma. He was a Bushwacker/Confederate commander who is still coveted by the Cherokee Indian Nation today. In some historical accounts, the Governor of Arkansas recruited the tribal assistance as Bushwackers because of their tracking, and warrior abilities. His grand-daughter was Luiza Autrey-Lloyd (Loyd). Luiza Autrey, spent her early childhood going from Cherokee orphan homes and back to her father, who was of French descent, William Jackson Autrey. Luiza's mother was Nancy Ingram (Ingraham) who passed away when Luiza and Raz were children. My name is Tammy Loyd (Maiden). He would later become a self-taught minister (Christian); however, he still held true to Native American lineage until he was killed. Luiza, also remained true to her Cherokee descent (customs and beliefs) until her passing.