The Very Rev. William Clavell Ingram DD was an Anglican priest and the Dean of Peterborough in the Church of England from 1893 until his death in 1901.
Born on 11 August 1834 at Chedburgh, Suffolk, the son of Rev. George Ingram and Jane Kaines Clavell, he was educated at Jesus College, Cambridge,. He was a Master at Lancing College then a Chaplain to HM Forces before being appointed Vicar of Kirk Michael, Isle of Man. From 1874 he was Vicar of St Matthew's, Leicester before his elevation to the Deanery. In 1900-01, he wrote and published a biography of his friend, the Rev. Canon Henry Twells. He died on 26 April 1901 and three years later a memorial to him was put in place at Peterborough Cathedral.
- ^ The Times, Tuesday, 14 Feb 1893; pg. 11; Issue 33874; col A Ecclesiastical Intelligence New Dean of Peterborough
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- ^ A Memoir of William Clavell Ingram, D. D. (anonymous) Leicester: W. H. Lead, 1903
- ^ The Clergy List, Clerical Guide and Ecclesiastical Directory London: Hamilton & Co., 1889
- ^ Manx Society
- ^ Leicestershire Historian
- ^ William Clavell Ingram, Dean of Peterborough. A Memoir of the Rev. Henry Twells. London: Wells Gardner & Co., .
- ^ The Times, Monday, 30 May 1904; pg. 8; Issue 37407; col B Ecclesiastical Intelligence Memorial to Dean Ingram