1929 in Northern Ireland
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- 8 February - A Belfast court sentences Fianna Fáil leader, Éamon de Valera, to one month in jail for illegally entering County Armagh.
- 22 May - Northern Ireland general election for the Parliament of Northern Ireland, the first held following abolition of proportional representation and the redrawing of electoral boundaries to create single-seat territorial constituencies. The Ulster Unionist Party retains a substantial majority.
- 30 May - United Kingdom general election.
- Six banks in Northern Ireland begin to issue banknotes in sterling.
Arts and literature
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- Winners: Belfast Celtic
- 9 January - Brian Friel, playwright (died 2015).
- 16 July - Tommy Dickson, footballer (died 2007).
- 25 August - Clifford Forsythe, Ulster Unionist MP for South Antrim (died 2000).
- 11 September - Patrick Mayhew, 10th Secretary of State for Northern Ireland.
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- 29 April - Otto Jaffe, twice elected as Irish Unionist Party Lord Mayor of Belfast (born 1846).
- Priscilla Studd, Protestant Christian missionary.
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