Alexander Henry Ross (1829 – 3 December 1888) was a British barrister and Conservative politician.
Ross served as a major in the militia and as a J. P. and was living at Portland Place, London. In 1880 he was elected as one of the MPs for Maidstone. In 1885 representation was reduced to one member, but Ross retained the seat until his death three years later at the age of 59.
Ross married Juliana Moseley of Bobbongton Staffs in 1859 and had a family. Mrs. Ross died in early 1902.
- The Peerage.com
- British Census 1881
- Hansard 1803–2005: contributions in Parliament by Alexander Henry Ross
- Portraits of Alexander Henry Ross at the National Portrait Gallery, London
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