Tarquin moved from Warren County to Hope Falls, Hamilton county between 1880 and 1890. He remained there until about 1906, when he moved to Gloversville, Fulton County.
The marriage record of Nathaniel C. Ingraham of Hope Falls, Hamilton county, in 1914, states that his father and mother, Tarquin Ingraham and Binda Page were both born in Horicon, NY. He himself was born in Hope Falls, about 1892.
The Morning Star, Glens Falls, Friday, 1 Apr 1898
Robert Ingraham is failing slowly. His brother, Tarquin Ingraham, of Hope Falls, is taking care of him.
The Morning Herald, Gloversville, Thursday, 29 March 1923
Tarquin Ingram, eighty years old, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Clarence Leach, 124 East State street, yesterday afternoon about 4 oclock. He had been in poor health due to his advanced age for some time but had been able to be about the home except for the past two days. Mr. Ingram was a veteran of the Civil War, having served in Company D. 118th Regiment three years. He was a member of the Free Methodist church. The surviving relatives are two sons, Nathaniel Ingram of Hope Falls and Lee Ingram of Johnstown; three daughters, Mrs. Clarence Leach and Mrs. Frank Clancy of this city, and Mrs. Helen B. Ingram of Johnstown; four grandchildren, Mildred, Everett and Robert Leach and Marie Clancy of Gloversville. The funeral will be held at the home Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock, the Rev. C. C. Watson, pastor of the Free Methodist church, officiating. Burial will be in Prospect Hill cemetery.
The Morning Herald, Monday, 2 Apr 1923
The funeral of Tarquin Ingram was held Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Clarence Leach, 124 East State street and was largely attended. The Rev. c. C. Watson officiated. Floral tributes were from relatives, friends, neighbors, Girls' Sewing circle, Suits-Us Card club, free Methodist church, and Philathea class of the First Presbyterian church. Burial was in Prospect Hill cemetery.