Ingham, William H.
- Existence: 1827-1914
Born in New York, William H. Ingham (1827-1914) moved west in 1849. He traveled through parts of Illinois, Wisconsin, and Minnesota before settling in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, in 1851. There he worked as a surveyor and later as a banker. In 1855, Ingham secured a claim in Kossuth County, Iowa. He settled there permanently, becoming the second white pioneer in the county. William Ingham organized the first bank in Kossuth County and served as its president for many years. He was also president of the County Historical Society.