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  North Down 1973-1982
Kilfedder received a massive personal endorsement, having split with the UUP due to dislike of their increasing support for integration with the rest of the UK rather than devolution.
Kilfedder's massive personal vote gave the five UUUC candidates more than five quotas on the first count, but enough of his first preferences went outside the Loyalist coalition to allow Lord Brookebrough to squeak through against the UUP's Neil Oliver, by 6536 votes to 6516, the closest result of the entire election.
Kilfedder is listed by both Walker and Knight as anti-White Paper; he had however signed Faulkner's pledge and so is listed by Flackes and Elliott as pro, with a mention by Bew and Gillespie that he changed sides after the election from pro to anti.
www.ark.ac.uk /elections/cnd.htm   (703 words)

  
 The 1995 North Down by-election
Kilfedder was the longest serving of the 17 Northern Ireland Westminster MP's.
Kilfedder was more than a little annoyed about this since he took the Conservative whip at Westminster and in fact had been more loyal to the Thatcher/Major government than many of its own backbenchers.
Likewise, Kilfedder had been the leader of a telephone-booth party - three local councillors had been elected on his ticket in 1993, two in the Abbey electoral district of North Down and one in Castlereagh East, but none of the three was obvious parliamentary material.
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 James Kilfedder - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Sir James Alexander Kilfedder (July 16, 1928–March 20, 1995) was a Northern Ireland unionist politician.
Sir James died in 1995 shortly after receiving a letter from OutRage!
He had a heart attack on a train and died unmarried, survived by two sisters.
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 Newshound: Daily Northern Ireland news catalog - Irelandclick.com article
The nationalist vote was badly divided – though in West Belfast Harry Diamond of Republican Labour was quietly confident that there was some unionist apathy and he could beat James Kilfedder for the seat, even though the intervention of former IRA prisoner Billy McMillan would split the vote.
Kilfedder told the crowd: "The republicans must not be allowed to fly the Tricolour, and when the last vote is counted on polling day we must show the world that there was no wavering in the determination of the people to keep the Union Jack flying over West Belfast."
Kilfedder was carried shoulder-high at the City Hall amid cheers and the singing of The Sash.
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 Laghey 1901 census - With ages
James [postman] [30] NM Kate [23] Richard [20] and Grey [brother] 65.
James HAMILTON [54] NM Eliza Ann Roberts [sister] [68] widow.
James McCLAY [55] and Bella nee McClay [50]
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 Sir James Kilfedder, M.P. From Ulster, 66 - New York Times
Sir James Kilfedder, considered a leading candidate to become Speaker of a new Northern Ireland assembly, died of a heart attack that he suffered Monday on a train bound for Parliament.
Sir James joined Parliament in 1964, representing predominantly Catholic West Belfast for three years before losing to an Irish nationalist.
Unlike many of his pro-British "unionist" colleagues, Sir James consistently supported the Conservative government of Prime Minister John Major in close House of Commons votes.
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 Records of Political Parties
Papers of Robert James Tennent, Liberal MP for Belfast, 1847-1852.
Sir James was MP for West Belfast (1964-1966) and North Down (1970-1995).
James Kilfedder launched his own party, the Ulster Popular Unionist Party in 1980.
www.proni.gov.uk /records/polpar.htm   (1712 words)

  
 Irish Democrat : Anonn Is Anall: the Peter Berresford Ellis column : Lest we forget: Life in Northern Ireland before ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Unionist James Kilfedder was being challenged by Harry Diamond, a socialist republican who already held a seat in Stormont.
Unionist James Kilfedder won with 21,337 votes; Harry Diamond took 14,678, Billy Boyd 12,571 and Liam McMillan 3,256.
Kilfedder, in his victory speech, had the audacity to publicly thank Ian Paisley “without whose help it could not have been done”.
www.irishdemocrat.co.uk /anonn-is-anall/lbefore-the-troubles   (2035 words)

  
 Lenoir-Rhyne College PROFILE Magazine - "The Unlikely Poet"
The unlikely poet evidently achieved his goals and much, much more.
Author’s note: Other publications include Impediments (1997) a poetry chapbook, which secured the inaugural Sir James Kilfedder Memorial Bursary for Emerging Artists, and Signals (editor, 1997) an anthology of poetry and prose that was a Times Educational Supplement paperback choice.
Rice came to the U.S. after being selected by the two primary arts councils in Ireland, in association with the Americans for the Arts and the U.S. National Endowment for the Arts as part of the U.S. Ireland Residency Exchange Program.
www.lrc.edu /news/profile/Fall99/poet.htm   (1352 words)

  
 Artists Craftsmen Workshops Art Pottery Artisan North Carolina NC
Trained in England and under the tutelage of James Krenov, Gary developed a style and a level of craftsmanship touted to be among the best.
In 1997, he received the Sir James Kilfedder Memorial Bursary for Emerging Artists.
Renfroe Designs is the studio of sculptor and potter David Renfroe, located high in the Western North Carolina mountains.
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 THE BLANKET * Index: Current Articles
Chief Constable Hugh Orde's assertion the Provisionals were responsible for the multi-million pound Northern Bank heist has given the Paisleyites all the ammunition they require to 'park' the peace process until after the May local government elections.
With the Westminster General Election expected the same month, the UUP could find itself celebrating its founding on the same Commons standing as the late North Down MP, Sir James Kilfedder, who was leader - and sole MP - for the now defunct Ulster Popular Unionist Party.
The UUP faces the very real electoral nightmare that following the next General Election, it could be left with only one seat, compared to the DUP's 10.
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