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Alfred Charles Bossom, (6 October 1881 - 4 September 1965), known as Sir Alfred Charles Bossom, 1st Baronet from 1953 - 1960 and as Baron Bossom from 1960, was an architect and Conservative Party politician.

Born in Islington, he was educated at Charterhouse St. Thomas School, and studied architecture at the Regent Street Polytechnic and the Royal Academy of Arts before leaving for the United States in 1903.

He became a successful architect in America, with many major commissions, particularly in Texas. He returned to the United Kingdom in 1926.

From 1930 - 1934 he was a Municipal Reform Party alderman on London County Council. In 1931 he was elected Conservative MP for Maidstone in Kent, holding the seat until 1959.

Wikipedia page [1] and Texas State Historical Association page [2]

He was made a life peer in 1960.