ANDERSON, William. 1804 — Albury Hall, Ware, Hertsfordshire 22.9.1869 (when 64). British Colonial Officer. C.B. 1842. Served as a major in India, then lieutenant-colonel in Bengal Artillery in 1854-55. Then retired and returned to the U.K. Married Frances Sophia Prattle, one daughter (born 1846).
Publications: In the middle of the 19th century wrote some papers on NW India and on Xuanzang’s and Ibn Ḥauqal’s travel accounts in the JASB 16-22.
– Sketch of the Mode of Manufacturing Gunpowder at the Ishapore Mills in Bengal. 20+303 p. L. 1862; The Blue Pamphlet. By An Officer Once In The Bengal Artillery. 18?? (on Indian situation).
Sources: Boase, Modern English Biogr. in Br. Biogr. Arch.; stray notes in Internet.