James Stronge, Ulster Unionist, assemblyman, N Ireland Assembly, February 1969. Along with his 86 years old father, Sir Norman Stronge, former speaker of the old N Ireland Parliament at Stormont, he was shot by the Provisional Irish Republican Army, 1981, at Tynan Abbey, their home, which was burnt to the ground during the attack. 197902000055b
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