There were two men named William Ince who emigrated to the Valley in 1868. Both were traveling with a wife and son. Both arrived in America via the ship Minnesota, landing in New York on 13 July 1868. One was in his 50s, the other in his 20s. They were likely related, but it is uncertain how. The records for the 1868 Rawlins and 1868 Loveland companies both indicate there was a William Ince, wife, and son in the company. It is uncertain which family traveled in which company. Until further information is uncovered to clarify the situation, both families have been placed in both companies.