Lieutenant-General Albert Fytche CSI (1820–1892), for whom is named the bird Bambusicola fytchii, served as Chief Commissioner of the British Crown Colony of Burma from February 1867 to April 1871. Educated at Rugby School and commissioned in the 1830s, he was promoted to captain in the 1840s. A string of promotions followed: major in 1853, lieutenant-colonel in 1862, colonel in 1864, major-general in 1868 and lieutenant-general in 1877.
|2nd Chief Commissioner of Burma|
16 February 1867 – 18 April 1871
|Preceded by||Arthur Purves Phayre|
|Succeeded by||Ashley Eden|
He was a cousin of Alfred Tennyson.
Sir Arthur Purves Phayre
| Chief Commissioner of British Crown Colony of Burma
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