Francis Hamilton Ingram (born - 17 September 1907 in Craven, Saskatchewan - died April, 1985 in Edmond, Oklahoma) was a Canadian professional ice hockey right winger who played four seasons in the National Hockey League for the Boston Bruins and Chicago Black Hawks.

He played junior hockey for the Regina Boat Club in 1922-23 and for the Regina Pats in 1923-24 and 1924-25, winning the Memorial Cup in 1925. Ingram then played senior for the Regina Victorias in 1925-26 and Fort William in 1926-27.

Ingram turned pro with the Regina Capitals in 1926-27 and then played two seasons for the St. Paul Saints. In 1929 the Saints sold his rights to the Chicago Black Hawks.

He played two and a half seasons for the Hawks, including scoring 17 goals in 1930-31. He played in a total of 101 NHL games and scored 24 goals and 16 assists.

Ingram continued to play in the minor pros until he retired in 1940.

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