John Edgar Bailey

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John Edgar Bailey (1897 – 14 November 1958) was a Unionist politician in Northern Ireland.[1]

A farmer by profession, he was educated at private school and was a member of Down County Council. He was elected to the House of Commons of Northern Ireland from the West Down seat in 1938, and represented the constituency until his death in 1958. He served as Assistant Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Finance and Assistant Whip from 1945 to 1958.[1]

Parliament of Northern Ireland
Preceded by
Samuel Fryar
Member of Parliament for West Down
1938 - 1958
Succeeded by
David John Little
Party political offices
Preceded by
Vacant
Unionist Assistant Whip
1945–1958
Succeeded by
Harry West
Political offices
Preceded by
Vacant
Assistant Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Finance
1945–1958
Succeeded by
Harry West

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Northern Ireland Parliamentary Elections Results: Biographies