1 - BRANDON, Harriet Frances Inman, (Mrs. Morris), b Atlanta, Ga., May 16, 1872.

4 - Abednego Inman (qv);
3 - John Ritchie (1788-1837), m July 22, 1807, Jane Walker;
2 - Walker Patterson (2 below).

6 - John Walker (d 1734; son of John, m Jane McKnight), from Scotland to Md., 1726; settled in Chester Co., Pa.; m 1702, Katherine Rutherford (d 1738); both buried at Nottingham Meeting House, Chester Co.;
5 - Samuel (b Ireland Dec. 25, 1714-Feb. 1793), from Chester Co., Pa., to Va., ca. 1740; received land grants in Bedford, Augusta and Botetourt cos.; in colonial wars, 1742; m Dec. 5, 1740, Jane Patterson (d Jan. 10, 1800 aet 80);
4 - James (May 15, 1752-May 1791), settled nr. Dandridge, Tenn.; m Sept. 1786, Jane Thompson;
3 - Jane (b Mar. 17, 1791), m. John Ritchie Inman (3 above).

6 - Matthew Lyle (1711-74), from Ireland ca. 1737, settled at Timber Ridge, Rockbridge Co., Va., ante 1742, one of the chief movers in establishing the Presbyn. ch. in Valley of Va., m Esther Blair (b 1713);
5 - Elizabeth, m 1st, in Ireland, William Thompson;
4 - Jane (b ca. 1755), came to Va., with her mother, 1775; m James Walker (4 above).

2 - Walker Patterson Inman (1828-1907), cotton mcht., capitalist, Atlanta, Ga.; m 1858, Harriet Cordelia Dick (1840-1902); for issue and maternal lineages see Mrs. James R. Gray.
1 - m June 1, 1892, Morris Brandon, lawyer (see Who's Who in America); issue (all b Atlanta, Ga.): 1-Morris, Jr., b Sept. 12, 1903; grad. V.M.I., '25; LL.B., Yale, 1928; 2-Walker Patterson Inman, b May 14, 1906; 3-Nathan Christopher, b July 11, 1910.

Residence: "Glenwoods," Pace's Ferry Rd., Atlanta, Ga.