William Arthur Lindsay

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William Lindsay
Member of Parliament
for Belfast South
In office
2 July 1917 – 14 December 1918
Preceded by James Chambers
Succeeded by Constituency abolished
Thomas Moles (1922)
Personal details
Born 1866
Died 1936
Nationality British
Political party Ulster Unionist Party

William Arthur Lindsay (1866-1936) was a British politician and Irish Unionist. He was the Member of Parliament for Belfast South between 1917 until 1918 when the seat was abolished. He then served as MP for Belfast Cromac between 1918 and 1922, until the seat was abolished. He was the only MP to ever represent that constituency. He was a member of the Ulster Unionist Party.

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Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
James Chambers
Member of Parliament for Belfast South
19171918
constituency abolished
New constituency Member of Parliament for Belfast Cromac
19181922
constituency abolished