James Bailie

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For those of a similar name, see Jim Bailie and James Baillie (disambiguation).

James Bailie (1890–1967) was a unionist politician in Northern Ireland.

Bailie worked as a domestic engineer and ran a foundry that produced ironworks in Ballymena. He joined the Ulster Unionist Party and served on various public boards before being elected to the Senate of Northern Ireland[1] in 1955, serving until his death in 1967. From 1962 to 1963, he was a Deputy Speaker of the Senate.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ John F. Harbinson, The Ulster Unionist Party, 1882-1973, p.205
  2. ^ Members of the Northern Ireland Senate, 1921-72, Northern Ireland Elections