Eddie McGrady – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


McGrady entered politics in 1961 as an independent nationalist councillor on #Downpatrick Urban Council, serving as chairman from 1964 until the council was replaced by Down District Council in 1973.

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Born in Downpatrick, County Down, Northern Ireland, one of eleven children, McGrady was educated at St Patrick’s Grammar School, Downpatrick and at Belfast Technical College, where he trained as a chartered accountant, subsequently entering his family’s accountancy firm.

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