A Chinese Biographical Dictionary/Chang Yün-lan
135 Chang Yün-lan 張運蘭 (T. 凱章). Rose to the rank of sub-Prefect by fighting against the Tai-p'ing rebels with a volunteer force raised in Hunan. In 1857 he was sent to Kiangsi, and became Prefect and then Taot'ai in 1859, being also made a baturu for his services in the field. In 1860 he was ordered by Tsêng Kuo-fan into Anhui, and in 1862 he was made Judge of Fuhkien. In 1863 he fell into the hands of the rebels at 武平 Wu-p'ing and was slain. Canonised as 忠毅.