1935 in Northern Ireland
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Events during the year 1935 in Northern Ireland.
- 1 April - The National Athletics and Cycling Association is suspended from the International Amateur Athletic Federation for refusing to confine its activities to the Free State side of the border.
- 18 June - Ministry of Home Affairs bans all parades from this date, but lifts it for 12 July parades.
- 12 July - Rioting breaks out in Belfast following Orange Order parades. By 21 July nine people have been shot dead and scores injured. Rioting continues to the end of August, by which time eight Protestants and five Catholics have been killed, hundreds injured and over 2,000 homes destroyed (almost all Catholic).
- 26 October - Lord Edward Carson, the Dublin-born unionist leader and barrister, is buried in St Anne's Cathedral, Belfast.
- 14 November - United Kingdom general election.
Arts and literature
- Winners: Linfield
- British Ladies Amateur Golf Championship is held at Royal County Down Golf Club, (winner: Wanda Morgan).
- 3 February - Alexander McDonnell, 9th Earl of Antrim.
- 29 March - Ruby Murray, singer (died 1996).
- 21 April - Robin Dixon, 3rd Baron Glentoran, former bobsledder and politician.
- 11 July - Oliver Napier, first leader of the Alliance Party.
- 27 July - Billy McCullough, former international soccer player.
- 30 September - James McKendry, artist.
- 3 October - Jimmy Hill, soccer player and manager.
- 9 October - Billy Bell, Ulster Unionist Party former Lord Mayor of Belfast and also of Lisburn.
- 21 October - Derek Bell, harpist and composer (died 2002).
Full date unknown
- 17 July - George William Russell, critic, poet and artist (born 1867).
- 22 July - William Mulholland, water service engineer in Southern California (born 1855).
- 9 August - James Buchanan, 1st Baron Woolavington, businessman and philanthropist (born 1849).
- 23 August - Charles Rafter, Chief Constable of Birmingham City Police from 1899 to 1935 (b. c1860).
- 22 October - Edward Carson, Irish Unionist leader, barrister and judge (born 1854).
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