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MPs elected in the Northern Ireland general election, 1953

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MPs elected in the Northern Ireland general election, 1953

This is a list of Members of Parliament elected in the Northern Ireland general election, 1953.

All members of the Northern Ireland House of Commons elected at the Northern Ireland general election, 1953 are listed.

Members

Name Constituency Party
Jack Andrews Mid Down Ulster Unionist
John Edgar Bailey West Down Ulster Unionist
Basil Brooke Lisnaskea Ulster Unionist
Joseph Connellan South Down Nationalist
Harry Diamond Belfast Falls Republican Labour
Daniel Dixon Belfast Bloomfield Ulster Unionist
George Dougan Central Armagh Ulster Unionist
Brian Faulkner East Down Ulster Unionist
Patrick Gormley Mid Londonderry Nationalist
Francis Hanna Belfast Central Independent Labour
George Boyle Hanna Belfast Duncairn Ulster Unionist
Robert Harcourt Belfast Woodvale Ulster Unionist
Cahir Healy South Fermanagh Nationalist
Bill Henderson Belfast Victoria Ulster Unionist
Eileen M. Hickey Queen's University Independent
Henry Holmes Belfast Shankill Ulster Unionist
Alexander Hunter Carrick Ulster Unionist
Samuel Irwin Queen's University Ulster Unionist
Edward Warburton Jones City of Londonderry Ulster Unionist
Liam Kelly Mid Tyrone Anti-Partition
Frederick Lloyd-Dodd Queen's University Ulster Unionist
Thomas Lyons North Tyrone Ulster Unionist
Elizabeth Maconachie Queen's University Ulster Unionist
Brian Maginess Iveagh Ulster Unionist
William May Ards Ulster Unionist
Eddie McAteer Foyle Nationalist
William McCleery North Antrim Ulster Unionist
Brian McConnell South Antrim Ulster Unionist
William McCoy South Tyrone Ulster Unionist
Charles McGleenan South Armagh Anti-Partition
Dinah McNabb North Armagh Ulster Unionist
James McSparran Mourne Nationalist
Harry Midgley Belfast Willowfield Ulster Unionist
Nat Minford Antrim Ulster Unionist
Robert Moore North Londonderry Ulster Unionist
Joseph Morgan Belfast Cromac Ulster Unionist
Murtagh Morgan Belfast Dock Irish Labour
William James Morgan Belfast Oldpark Ulster Unionist
Ivan Neill Belfast Ballynafeigh Ulster Unionist
Thomas Charles Nelson Enniskillen Ulster Unionist
Robert Samuel Nixon North Down Ulster Unionist
Roderick O'Connor West Tyrone Nationalist
Terence O'Neill Bannside Ulster Unionist
Dehra Parker South Londonderry Ulster Unionist
Norman Porter Belfast Clifton Independent Unionist
Samuel Rodgers Belfast Pottinger Ulster Unionist
Robert Simpson Mid Antrim Ulster Unionist
Joseph Francis Stewart East Tyrone Nationalist
Norman Stronge Mid Armagh Ulster Unionist
Walter Topping Larne Ulster Unionist
John Warnock Belfast St Anne's Ulster Unionist
Archibald Wilson Belfast Windsor Ulster Unionist

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  • Biographies of Members of the Northern Ireland House of Commons
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