Alexander Ross (1800–1889) was a British civil servant in India.
He was temporarily appointed as a Member of the council of the Governor General on 8 January 1833 on which he was confirmed on 15 October 1833.
On 1 December 1835 he was posted as Governor of the Presidency of Agra where he served for over six months until 1 June 1836. On 27 April 1836 he was re-appointed as a Member of the council of the Governor General from which he resigned on 15 October 1838. On 20 October 1837 he was appointed as President of the Council of India, and Deputy Governor of the Presidency of Fort William and of the town of Calcutta (now Kolkata. He was 1st Ordinary Member of the Supreme Council of Government of India in 1838. He was Deputy Governor in the Government of Bengal in 1838.
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| Governor of Agra
1 December 1835 – 1 June 1836
Sir C. T. Metcalfe
Lieutenant Governor of the North-Western Provinces