List of MPs elected in the Northern Ireland general election, 1925

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
The Ulster Banner
This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Northern Ireland 1921–72

This is a list of Members of Parliament elected in the Northern Ireland general election, 1925. Elections to the 2nd Northern Ireland House of Commons were held on 3 April 1925.

All members of the Northern Ireland House of Commons elected at the Northern Ireland general election, 1925 are listed.

Sir James Craig, (later Viscount Craigavon) continued as Prime Minister following the election. The second place Nationalist Party ended its policy of abstentionism and took their seats but refused to accept the role of Official Opposition.

Members[edit]

Name Constituency Party
Robert Anderson Londonderry Ulster Unionist
John Miller Andrews Down Ulster Unionist
Edward Archdale Fermanagh and Tyrone Ulster Unionist
John Milne Barbour Antrim Ulster Unionist
Richard Dawson Bates Belfast East Ulster Unionist
Jack Beattie Belfast East Labour (NI)
Richard Best Armagh Ulster Unionist
Arthur Black Belfast South Ulster Unionist
Sir John Campbell Queens University of Belfast Ulster Unionist
Lloyd Campbell Belfast North Ulster Unionist
Dehra Chichester Londonderry Ulster Unionist
James Cooper Fermanagh and Tyrone Ulster Unionist
James Craig Down Ulster Unionist
Robert Crawford Antrim Ulster Unionist
Joe Devlin Belfast West Nationalist
Herbert Dixon Belfast East Ulster Unionist
Alex Donnelly Fermanagh and Tyrone Nationalist
Eamon Donnelly Armagh Republican
Rowley Elliott Fermanagh and Tyrone Ulster Unionist
John Fawcett Gordon Antrim Ulster Unionist
William Grant Belfast North Ulster Unionist
James Woods Gyle Belfast East Independent Unionist
George Boyle Hanna Antrim Ulster Unionist
Thomas Harbison Fermanagh and Tyrone Nationalist
Cahir Healy Fermanagh and Tyrone Nationalist
George Henderson Antrim Unbought Tenants
Tommy Henderson Belfast North Independent Unionist
Robert Johnstone Queens University of Belfast Ulster Unionist
Sam Kyle Belfast North Labour (NI)
Thomas Lavery Down Ulster Unionist
George Leeke Londonderry Nationalist
Robert John Lynn Belfast West Ulster Unionist
Thomas Stanislaus McAllister Antrim Nationalist
Robert McBride Down Ulster Unionist
Basil McGuckin Londonderry Nationalist
John McHugh Fermanagh and Tyrone Nationalist
Thomas McMullan Down Ulster Unionist
William McMullen Belfast West Labour (NI)
John Martin Mark Londonderry Ulster Unionist
William Miller Fermanagh and Tyrone Ulster Unionist
Thomas Moles Belfast South Ulster Unionist
Hugh Morrison Queens University of Belfast Ulster Unionist
Harry Mulholland Down Ulster Unionist
John Dillon Nugent Armagh Nationalist
Patrick O'Neill Down Nationalist
Robert William O'Neill Antrim Ulster Unionist
Hugh Pollock Belfast South Ulster Unionist
John Hanna Robb Queens University of Belfast Ulster Unionist
David Shillington Armagh Ulster Unionist
Éamon de Valera Down Republican
Philip James Woods 1 Belfast South Independent Unionist
Philip James Woods 1 Belfast West Independent Unionist

References[edit]