I've seen a couple different charts about run times (among other fitness measurements), but they may not really be what you're looking for.
This first one is specific to law enforcement and is percentile based (for a 1.5 mile run, not a 1 mile run) and disregards gender. Scroll down to pg 2 of the .pdf file to see the chart. A 10:07 mile time would probably translate to roughly a 16:30 1.5 mile time (since you won't be able to maintain the same pace over a 50% greater distance.) That puts you in the 15% percentile based on that chart. www.jus.state.nc.us/NCJA/w-jon-rank.pdf
This one is more of a series of benchmarks for what would be considered a "Healthy Beginner" according to the Crossfit community and it also disregards gender for everything except the raw strength benchmarks. For Level 1 ("Healthy Beginner") it's a 9 min mile. This link explains a little about what they consider each level to be. To see the list of benchmarks clicks on the appropriate link in the box. These benchmarks are widely used in the Crossfit community as a measure of fitness. www.crossfitseattle.com/athletic_skill.htm
In general, unless you have a specific goal in mind what you really should be looking for is consistent improvement over time and remember that a fast run time doesn't mean you're fit...it just means you're fast.