James Pollock

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Captain James Huey Hamill Pollock (1893-1982), C.M.G., O.B.E., known as Shamus Pollock, ... He served as a Lieutenant, Captain and Major in the 6th Royal Irish Rifles, After World War I, he joined the colonial service and spent many years in Palestine; among his postings, he was District Officer in Ramallah and, in 1946, was District Commissioner for Jerusalem.

He retired from the colonial service in 1954, and was immediately elected an Ulster Unionist Party member of the Senate of Northern Ireland, serving until 1957.

In January 1963, when he was living at Drumcairne, Stewartstown, County Tyrone, he was appointed High Sheriff for the county.

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