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This is a list of Members of Parliament elected in the Northern Ireland general election, 1969.

All members of the Northern Ireland House of Commons elected at the Northern Ireland general election, 1969 are listed.


Name Constituency Party
Albert Anderson City of Londonderry Ulster Unionist
Robert Babington North Down Ulster Unionist
Robin Bailie Newtownabbey Ulster Unionist
Desmond Boal Belfast Shankill Ulster Unionist
Roy Bradford Belfast Victoria Ulster Unionist
John Brooke Lisnaskea Ulster Unionist
Joseph Burns North Londonderry Ulster Unionist
Thomas Caldwell Belfast Willowfield Independent Unionist
Joshua Cardwell Belfast Pottinger Ulster Unionist
John Carron South Fermanagh Nationalist
James Chichester-Clark South Londonderry Ulster Unionist
Ivan Cooper Mid Londonderry Independent
William Craig Larne Ulster Unionist
Austin Currie East Tyrone Nationalist
Paddy Devlin Belfast Falls Labour (NI)
Anne Dickson Carrick Ulster Unionist
John Dobson West Down Ulster Unionist
Brian Faulkner East Down Ulster Unionist
Richard Ferguson South Antrim Ulster Unionist
Gerry Fitt Belfast Dock Republican Labour
William Fitzsimmons Belfast Duncairn Ulster Unionist
William Fyffe North Tyrone Ulster Unionist
Thomas Gormley Mid Tyrone Nationalist
Lloyd Hall-Thompson Belfast Clifton Independent Unionist
John Hume Foyle Independent
Basil Kelly Mid Down Ulster Unionist
Paddy Kennedy Belfast Central Republican Labour
William Kennedy Belfast Cromac Ulster Unionist
Michael Keogh South Down Nationalist
Herbert Victor Kirk Belfast Windsor Ulster Unionist
Norman Laird Belfast St Anne's Ulster Unionist
William Long Ards Ulster Unionist
Samuel Magowan Iveagh Ulster Unionist
Robert Dodd McConnell Bangor Independent Unionist
Basil McIvor Larkfield Ulster Unionist
John McQuade Belfast Woodvale Ulster Unionist
Nat Minford Antrim Ulster Unionist
Robert James Mitchell North Armagh Ulster Unionist
Ivan Neill Belfast Ballynafeigh Ulster Unionist
Roderick O'Connor West Tyrone Nationalist
Patrick O'Hanlon South Armagh Independent
Phelim O'Neill North Antrim Ulster Unionist
Terence O'Neill Bannside Ulster Unionist
James O'Reilly Mourne Nationalist
Robert Porter Lagan Valley Ulster Unionist
Walter Scott Belfast Bloomfield Ulster Unionist
Robert Simpson Mid Antrim Ulster Unionist
Vivian Simpson Belfast Oldpark Labour (NI)
James Stronge Mid Armagh Ulster Unionist
John Taylor South Tyrone Ulster Unionist
Harry West Enniskillen Ulster Unionist
Herbert Whitten Central Armagh Ulster Unionist



  1. ^ Simon Winchester, "Faulkner faces erosion of Unionist majority", The Guardian, 27 January 1972
  2. ^ Simon Hoggart, "Another Ulster Unionist quits", The Guardian, 10 October 1972


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