Members of the 1st Northern Ireland Parliament

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This is a list of Members of Parliament elected in the Northern Ireland general election, 1921.

All members of the Northern Ireland House of Commons elected at the Northern Ireland general election, 1921 are listed. Only Unionist members took their seats.

Sir James Craig, (later Viscount Craigavon) became Prime Minister. MPs from both Sinn Féin and the Nationalist Party abstained from taking their seats in the House.

Members[edit]

Name Constituency Party
Milne Barbour Antrim   Unionist Party
Maj. Hon. Robert William O'Neill Antrim   Unionist Party
George Boyle Hanna Antrim   Unionist Party
Robert Crawford Antrim   Unionist Party
Robert Megaw Antrim   Unionist Party
John Fawcett Gordon Antrim   Unionist Party
Joseph Devlin Antrim   Nationalist Party
Richard Best Armagh   Unionist Party
Michael Collins Armagh   Sinn Féin
Maj. David Shillington Armagh   Unionist Party
John Dillon Nugent Armagh   Nationalist Party
Sir Dawson Bates East Belfast   Unionist Party
Capt. Herbert Dixon East Belfast   Unionist Party
Thompson Donald East Belfast   Unionist Party
James Augustine Duff East Belfast   Unionist Party
Lloyd Campbell North Belfast   Unionist Party
Samuel McGuffin North Belfast   Unionist Party
William Grant North Belfast   Unionist Party
Robert McKeown North Belfast   Unionist Party
Thomas Moles South Belfast   Unionist Party
Hugh Pollock South Belfast   Unionist Party
Sir Crawford McCullagh South Belfast   Unionist Party
Julia McMordie South Belfast   Unionist Party
Thomas Henry Burn West Belfast   Unionist Party
Robert Lynn West Belfast   Unionist Party
William Twaddell West Belfast   Unionist Party
Joseph Devlin West Belfast   Nationalist Party
Sir James Craig, Bt Down   Unionist Party
Éamon de Valera Down   Sinn Féin
J. M. Andrews Down   Unionist Party
Thomas Lavery Down   Unionist Party
Capt. Hon. Harry Mulholland Down   Unionist Party
Robert McBride Down   Unionist Party
Thomas McMullan Down   Unionist Party
Patrick O'Neill Down   Nationalist Party
Arthur Griffith Fermanagh and Tyrone   Sinn Féin
Edward Archdale Fermanagh and Tyrone   Unionist Party
William Coote Fermanagh and Tyrone   Unionist Party
Seán Milroy Fermanagh and Tyrone   Sinn Féin
William Thomas Miller Fermanagh and Tyrone   Unionist Party
James Cooper Fermanagh and Tyrone   Unionist Party
Seán O'Mahony Fermanagh and Tyrone   Sinn Féin
Thomas Harbison Fermanagh and Tyrone   Nationalist Party
Sir Robert Anderson Londonderry   Unionist Party
Eoin MacNeill Londonderry   Sinn Féin
Dehra Chichester Londonderry   Unionist Party
John Martin Mark Londonderry   Unionist Party
George Leeke Londonderry   Nationalist Party
Dr John Campbell Queen's University of Belfast   Unionist Party
Prof. Robert Johnstone Queen's University of Belfast   Unionist Party
John Hanna Robb Queen's University of Belfast   Unionist Party
Dr Hugh Morrison Queen's University of Belfast   Unionist Party

Notes[edit]

  • Joseph Devlin was elected for both Antrim and Belfast West, but did not take either seat in parliament.
  • Maj. Hon. Robert William O'Neill was Speaker of the House from 7 June 1921 to 2 May 1929.

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