Both Blomefield [History of Norfolk Vol 10 Pg159] and Copinger [Manors of Suffolk Vol 5 Pg4] confuse this Sir Henry with Sir Henry his father, particularly with regard to the marriage with Anne Gyney. Richardson [Magna Carta Ancestry Pg214] appears to present it correctly. There is also a record (see Scrapbook for image) in The History and Antiquities of the County of Rutland - Pickworth (Page 106) which gives the name of Sir Henry's first wife as Amicia, next to whom he wished to be buried in the Presbytery of the Priory, Horsham St Faith. Sir Henry's second wife similarly chose to be buried alongside her first husband, Sir William Bowet.
[Blomefields History of Norfolk - Vol XI, Page 15]
In 1424, Henry Inglose appoints Richard Bowell as Rector of St Laurence, Beeston.
In 1428, Sir Henry Inglose and 'Amy' his wife appoint Reginald Peper as Rector (suggests that he was knighted between 1424 and 1428)
In 1439, Sir Henry Inglose and Ann his wife (in right of the manor of Smalburgh) appoint Henry Droughelyn as Rector.
[Blomefields History of Norfolk - Vol VII, Page 213]
Lord of the manor of Bokenham-Ferry in 1447. Henry's will of 1450 orders it to be sold and so his son, Robert Inglose Esq. and his wife Alianora, convey it and the manor of Hasingham to William Norwich in 1456.
Sir Henry Inglose, knt. died in 1451 possessed of lands in Haveland, Dilham, Loddon and Washingford, in Norfolk; and Ashby in Suffolk.; of the manors of Haverland, Brandeston, Cawston, Bokenham-Ferry, North Walsham, Helmingham (called Bryan's), Rackheath, Hoothgate, Mundham (called Mauclerk's), and Sprowston in Norfolk; Gunton and Hopton in Suffolk; and Pykworth in Rutlandshire.