Rowland Theodore Ingram-Johnson, Master of Arts was an Anglican priest in the twentieth century.
He was educated at Street Edmund’s School, Canterbury and Selwyn College, Cambridge. And ordained in 1902.
He held curacies in Huddersfield, Maidenhead and Blagdon he was sent to Canada with the SPG to work under the Bishop of Calgary in Alberta. In 1922 he became Archdeacon of Grenada, a post he held until 1927 when he became Rector of Street John, Barbados. He was then Vicar of Kimpton from1928 to 1948.