An evangelist who worked with Moody for a time (born c. 1849, died after 1921) and evangelised in North America and Australia. He was in a similar category to Henry Varley and Joseph Denham Smith, fully sympathetic to Brethren ideals but anxious not to be confined to their circle. He gets some mentions in Beattie's Story of Great Recovery. His wife was Emily Entwistle.
From "The Moody Monthly" 1921
The beloved Charles Inglis, evangelist from London, England, is frequently a guest of the Moody Bible Institute, and always a welcome one. An official casually asked him if he were comfortably situated. "Oh, yes," he exclaimed, "everything is as comfortable as it could be made. I love to be in the Institute, it's a home away from home."
Such words, uttered with such spontaneous cordiality, were a great reward to those whose duty in the Institute it is to look after guests, more than 1,200 of whom accepted its hospitality last year (1920).