The Indian Biographical Dictionary (1915)/Henderson, Maj.-Gen. Philip Durham
Henderson, Maj.-Gen. Philip Durham, C.S.I. (1876) . Indian Army; b. 1810; 2nd s. of late Maj.-Gen. R. Henderson, R.E.; m. Rose, 2nd d. of late Lt.-Gen. P. Cherry of the Madras Cavalry. 1864; educ: at Home; joined Army in the 2nd Madras Cavalry, 1857; Attache, 1870; Under-Secretary, Foreign Dept., Govt, of India, 1872; special duty in Cashmere, 1874; Superintendent of operations for the suppression of Thuggee and Dacoity, 1878; Resident in Mysore, 1892; retired, 1895; was on Staff of H.M. the King, then Prince of Wales, during his visit to India. Address: 47, Warwick Road, S.W.