Walker Ingraham

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Walker Ingraham
Born March 22, 1860
Died October 2, 1932
Occupation Businessman
Religion Episcopalian
Spouse Isabel Brosnaham

Walker Ingraham was a Pensacolian engaged in the lumber and laundry businesses. Circa 1882, Ingraham became a conductor on the Pensacola & Alabama Railroad, a position which he held for six years. He married Isabel Brosnaham in 1886 or 1887. In 1888, Ingraham entered the lumber business, and held positions as lumber inspector and superintendent for various area lumber companies. On January 1, 1895, Ingraham purchased the Star Steam Laundry,[1] and operated it until at least 1908. He later managed the C. & C. Laundry (as of 1912).

Political career[edit]

Ingraham was a Democrat and served on the Escambia County Democratic Executive Committee. He unsuccessfully opposed Charles Henry Bliss for Mayor of Pensacola in 1907.

Walker Ingraham is buried in St. Michael's Cemetery.


  1. Pensacola Daily News, May 1, 1907.