Arthur John Ingram (c.1840 - 17 January 1931) was a Church of England clergyman.
The son of the Reverend George Ingram, rector of Chedburgh, Suffolk. He studied for a degree at Queen's College, Cambridge whilst working in London as a clerk in the Additional Curates Society, travelling between London and Cambridge by rail everyday.
In 1882 he was appointed rector of St Margaret Lothbury with St Christopher Le Stocks and St Bartholomew Exchange. In 1887 a reorganisation of City of London parishes added St Olave, Old Jewry, St Martin, Pomeroy, St Mildred, Poultry and St Mary, Colechurch to the benefice.
In 1883 Ingram was appointed to the canonry or prebend of Norton Episcopi by the Bishop of Lincoln. He was later became a prebendary of St. Paul's Cathedral.
He was a member of the London School Board, representing Finsbury 1894-97 and the City of London 1897-1900.
Due to ill health he resigned his clerical offices in 1921. He died in Steyning, Sussex in 1931, aged 91.