James Woods Gyle

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James Woods Gyle (died 1935) was an Independent Unionist politician in Northern Ireland, member of the Parliament of Northern Ireland. He was suspended from the Orange Order in 1934 for seven years, because he visited Joseph Devlin MP for Belfast Central on his deathbed.

He was elected in the Northern Ireland general election, 1925 for Belfast East until 1929. He unsuccessfully contested the Northern Ireland general election, 1929 for Belfast Dock.

He was a member of the Senate of Northern Ireland from 1933 until his death in 1935.

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