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- Winners: Belfast Celtic
- Winners: Glentoran 3 - 1 Distillery
- 14 February - James Simmons, poet, literary critic and songwriter (died 2001).
- 7 March - Jackie Blanchflower, footballer (died 1998).
- 15 May - Dick Keith, footballer (died 1967).
- 13 June - Tom King, Baron King of Bridgwater, 8th Secretary of State for Northern Ireland.
- 28 June - Gusty Spence, Ulster Volunteer Force and Progressive Unionist Party figure.
- 5 July - Maurice Leitch, novelist and radio dramatist.
- 5 December - Edward Daly, former Catholic Bishop of Derry.
- Grant "Rusty" Ferguson, Sr., actor in The Blue Lagoon (1949 film) (born in Cookstown).
- Kennedy Lindsay - Vanguard Progressive Unionist Party politician and British Ulster Dominion Party leader (died 1997) (born in Canada).
- Paddy Wilson, SDLP politician (murdered 1973).
- ^ Ferris, Tom (1993). The Irish Narrow Gauge, Volume 2: The Ulster Lines. Midland Publishing. ISBN 1-85780-017-6.
- ^ Donald, P. T. A. (2012). "The Silent Valley dam". Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers. 165EH: 65–72.
- ^ "Airport History". George Best Belfast City Airport. Retrieved 2012-04-04.
- ^ "The Lord Mayor Of London In Ulster". The Times (46498). London. 1933-07-17. p. 15.
- ^ "Harry Ferguson: The Man and The Machine". Yesterday's Tractor Co. Retrieved 2012-06-30.