Thomas Usborne , MP, (30 May 1840 – 7 June 1915)was an English Conservative Party politician. He was born in Limerick and studied successively at Harrow School and at Trinity College, Cambridge where he obtained an MA degree.
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| Member of Parliament for Chelmsford |
1892 – 1900
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Sir Carne Rasch
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