Alfred Du Cros

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Alfred Du Cros[1] (10 December 1868 – 21 December 1946) was a British politician. He was a Conservative Member of Parliament (MP) in 1910.

Du Cros was elected to the Commons in the January 1910 general election, succeeding the Liberal MP Stopford Brooke in the Bow and Bromley constituency. The January election had produced a hung parliament, and another general election was called in December 1910. Alfred du Cros retired at this election, and his seat was won by the Labour candidate George Lansbury.

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  1. ^ Different members of the family spelled their surname as "Du Cros" or "du Cros", but the sources indicate that Alfred spelled his name in the former manner.

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Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
Stopford Brooke
Member of Parliament for Bow and Bromley
January 1910December 1910
Succeeded by
George Lansbury