George Ennis

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Alderman George Ennis (born 9 February 1953) is a former Northern Irish Unionist politician who was a Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) Member of the Northern Ireland Assembly (MLA) for Strangford from 2003 to 2007. Ennis was first elected to Ards (borough) in 1993 and was Mayor of Ards in 1998–1999. Ennis was elected to the Northern Ireland Assembly in 2003 for the constituency of Strangford for the DUP. In February 2007, Ennis defected from the DUP to the UK Unionist Party (UKUP). He stood for the Strangford seat on a UKUP ticket but lost his seat. Following the demise of UKUP, Ennis sat as an independent councillor in Ards before joining the Traditional Unionist Voice (TUV) on 15 September 2009. He is Vice Chair of the Northern Ireland Building Regulations Council, a board member of SEELB and Chair of the Northern Ireland Strategic Waste Partnership. Ennis is a member of the Greenwell Street Presbyterian Church.

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Commemorated on 1 plaque

The North King Street Massacre. April 1916. On The Night Of Friday/Saturday 28th 29th April 1916 during some of the fiercest fighting of the Rising, sixteen innocent civilians, who were sheltering in their homes, were brutally murdered in their homes, by British Crown Forces. They were: Christopher Hickey (16) Thomas Hickey (38) Peter Connolly (39) Peter Lawless(21) James McCarty (36) James Finnigan (40) Patrick Hoey (25) Edward Dunne (39) John Walsh (34) Michael Hughes (50) Michael Nunan (34) George Ennis (51) Patrick Bealen (30) James Healy (44) John Biernes (50) William O'Neill (16)

English translation:

Kevin Barry House, North King Street, Dublin, Ireland where they was killed (1916)