So I'm just another James Inglis in the mix??
From my family (back to Berwick Scotland in the early 1800's) it was pronounced "Ing-gulz" When my grandfather went to Cornell in the 1930's, he heard the name Ing-liss...he liked it better so that is the way that I always heard it.
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