Rowley Elliott

Rowley Elliott (23 April 1877  17 December 1944) was a Unionist politician in Northern Ireland.

He was educated at Cookstown Academy and the Royal Belfast Academical Institution and became a farmer and cattle breeder. He was a member of Tyrone County Council and served as its chairman. He was a justice of the peace and Deputy Lieutenant for County Tyrone. He was the Unionist Member of Parliament (MP) in the Northern Ireland parliament for Fermanagh and Tyrone and then South Tyrone from 1925-44.

He served as Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Labour from 1941-43.


Parliament of Northern Ireland
Preceded by
William Coote
Member of Parliament for Fermanagh and Tyrone
1925 - 1929
Succeeded by
Constituency abolished
Preceded by
New constituency
Member of Parliament for South Tyrone
1929 - 1944
Succeeded by
William Frederick McCoy
Political offices
Preceded by
William Grant
Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Labour
Succeeded by
Office abolished

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