Members of the 18th Seanad


Members of the 18th Seanad
16th Seanad (Feb. 1982)
17th Seanad (Nov. 1982)
18th Seanad (1987)
19th Seanad (1989)
20th Seanad (1993)

This is a list of the members of the 18th Seanad Éireann, the upper house of the Oireachtas (legislature) of Ireland. These Senators were elected or appointed in 1987, after the 1987 general election and served until the close of poll for the 19th Seanad in 1989.

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Composition of the 18th Seanad

There are a total of 60 seats in the Seanad. 43 Senators are elected by the Vocational Panels, 6 elected by the Universities and 11 are nominated by the Taoiseach.

The following table shows the composition by party when the 18th Seanad first met on 25 April 1987.

  Administrative Panel Agricultural Panel Cultural and Educational Panel Industrial and Commercial Panel Labour Panel National University of Ireland University of Dublin Nominated by the Taoiseach Total
Fianna Fáil 4 6 3 5 6 0 0 6 30
Fine Gael 3 4 2 3 4 0 0 0 16
Labour Party 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 3
Independents 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 5 11
Total 7 11 5 9 11 3 3 11 60

List of senators

  • Note: The entries for Senators who were elected or appointed to fill vacancies are shown in italics
Name Panel   Party Notes
Katharine Bulbulia Administrative Panel   Fine Gael  
Michael Doherty Administrative Panel   Fianna Fáil  
Joe Doyle Administrative Panel   Fine Gael Elected to 26th Dáil at general election on 15 June 1989[1]
Seán Haughey Administrative Panel   Fianna Fáil  
Tras Honan Administrative Panel   Fianna Fáil Cathaoirleach
Patrick Kennedy Administrative Panel   Fine Gael  
Mary Wallace Administrative Panel   Fianna Fáil Elected to 26th Dáil at general election on 15 June 1989[1]
Paul Bradford Agricultural Panel   Fine Gael Elected to 26th Dáil at general election on 15 June 1989[1]
John Connor Agricultural Panel   Fine Gael Elected to 26th Dáil at general election on 15 June 1989[1]
Michael Ferris Agricultural Panel   Labour Party Elected to 26th Dáil at general election on 15 June 1989[1]
Tom Fitzgerald Agricultural Panel   Fianna Fáil  
Thomas Hussey Agricultural Panel   Fianna Fáil  
Rory Kiely Agricultural Panel   Fianna Fáil  
Pádraic McCormack Agricultural Panel   Fine Gael Elected to 26th Dáil at general election on 15 June 1989[1]
Charles McDonald Agricultural Panel   Fine Gael  
Patrick McGowan Agricultural Panel   Fianna Fáil  
Martin O'Toole Agricultural Panel   Fianna Fáil Elected to 26th Dáil at general election on 15 June 1989[1]
William Ryan Agricultural Panel   Fianna Fáil  
Sean Byrne Cultural and Educational Panel   Fianna Fáil  
Joachim Loughrey Cultural and Educational Panel   Fine Gael  
Maurice Manning Cultural and Educational Panel   Fine Gael  
Cultural and Educational Panel   Fianna Fáil  
Paschal Mooney Cultural and Educational Panel   Fianna Fáil  
Eddie Bohan Industrial and Commercial Panel   Fianna Fáil  
Tony Bromell Industrial and Commercial Panel   Fianna Fáil Elected to Seanad at by-election on 19 December 1988 after death of Jack Daly[2][3]
Jack Daly Industrial and Commercial Panel   Fine Gael Died 5 May 1988[4]
Seán Fallon Industrial and Commercial Panel   Fianna Fáil  
William Farrell Industrial and Commercial Panel   Fianna Fáil  
Industrial and Commercial Panel   Fianna Fáil  
Phil Hogan Industrial and Commercial Panel   Fine Gael Elected to 26th Dáil at general election on 15 June 1989[1]
Mick Lanigan Industrial and Commercial Panel   Fianna Fáil  
Brian O'Shea Industrial and Commercial Panel   Labour Party Elected to 26th Dáil at general election on 15 June 1989[1]
Gerry Reynolds Industrial and Commercial Panel   Fine Gael Elected to 26th Dáil at general election on 15 June 1989[1]
Donie Cassidy Labour Panel   Fianna Fáil  
Denis Cregan Labour Panel   Fine Gael  
Nuala Fennell Labour Panel   Fine Gael Elected to 26th Dáil at general election on 15 June 1989[1]
Des Hanafin Labour Panel   Fianna Fáil  
Jack Harte Labour Panel   Labour Party  
Brian Hillery Labour Panel   Fianna Fáil Elected to 26th Dáil at general election on 15 June 1989[1]
Labour Panel   Fine Gael  
Dan Kiely Labour Panel   Fianna Fáil  
Don Lydon Labour Panel   Fianna Fáil  
Larry McMahon Labour Panel   Fine Gael  
Brian Mullooly Labour Panel   Fianna Fáil  
John A. Murphy National University of Ireland   Independent  
Joe O'Toole National University of Ireland   Independent  
Brendan Ryan National University of Ireland   Independent  
David Norris University of Dublin   Independent  
Mary Robinson University of Dublin   Independent  
Shane Ross University of Dublin   Independent  
Séamus Cullimore Nominated by the Taoiseach   Fianna Fáil Elected to 26th Dáil at general election on 15 June 1989[1]
Michael Dawson Nominated by the Taoiseach   (unknown) Nominated to fill vacancy after the 1989 general election[5]
Éamon de Buitléar Nominated by the Taoiseach   Independent  
Nominated by the Taoiseach   Independent  
Brian Friel Nominated by the Taoiseach   Independent  
Nominated by the Taoiseach   Independent Nominated to fill vacancy after the 1989 general election[5]
John Magnier Nominated by the Taoiseach   Independent  
Nominated by the Taoiseach   (unknown) Nominated to fill vacancy after the 1989 general election[5]
John Robb Nominated by the Taoiseach   Independent  
Tom McEllistrim Nominated by the Taoiseach   Fianna Fáil Elected to 26th Dáil at general election on 15 June 1989[1]
Nominated by the Taoiseach   Fianna Fáil  
Nominated by the Taoiseach   Fianna Fáil  
John O'Connell Nominated by the Taoiseach   Fianna Fáil Elected to 26th Dáil at general election on 15 June 1989[1]
Nominated by the Taoiseach   Fianna Fáil  

Changes

Date Panel Gain Loss Notes
25 April 1987 Administrative Panel   Fianna Fáil Tras Honan elected as Cathaoirleach
5 May 1988 Industrial and Commercial Panel   Fine Gael Death of Jack Daly
19 December 1988 Industrial and Commercial Panel Fianna Fáil   Tony Bromell elected to Seanad at by-election after the death of Jack Daly
15 June 1989 Agricultural Panel   Fine Gael Paul Bradford elected to 26th Dáil at general election
15 June 1989 Agricultural Panel   Fine Gael John Connor elected to 26th Dáil at general election
15 June 1989 Nominated by the Taoiseach   Fianna Fáil Séamus Cullimore elected to 26th Dáil at general election
15 June 1989 Administrative Panel   Fine Gael Joe Doyle elected to 26th Dáil at general election
15 June 1989 Labour Panel   Fine Gael Nuala Fennell elected to 26th Dáil at general election
15 June 1989 Agricultural Panel   Labour Party Michael Ferris elected to 26th Dáil at general election
15 June 1989 Labour Panel   Fianna Fáil Brian Hillery elected to 26th Dáil at general election
15 June 1989 Industrial and Commercial Panel   Fine Gael Phil Hogan elected to 26th Dáil at general election
15 June 1989 Agricultural Panel   Fine Gael Pádraic McCormack elected to 26th Dáil at general election
15 June 1989 Nominated by the Taoiseach   Fianna Fáil Tom McEllistrim elected to 26th Dáil at general election
15 June 1989 Nominated by the Taoiseach   Fianna Fáil John O'Connell elected to 26th Dáil at general election
15 June 1989 Industrial and Commercial Panel   Labour Party Brian O'Shea elected to 26th Dáil at general election
15 June 1989 Agricultural Panel     Martin O'Toole elected to 26th Dáil at general election
15 June 1989 Industrial and Commercial Panel   Fine Gael Gerry Reynolds elected to 26th Dáil at general election
15 June 1989 Administrative Panel   Fianna Fáil Mary Wallace elected to 26th Dáil at general election
26 June 1989 Nominated by the Taoiseach     Michael Dawson nominated to fill vacancy after the 1989 general election
26 June 1989 Nominated by the Taoiseach     Frank McDonnell nominated to fill vacancy after the 1989 general election
26 June 1989 Nominated by the Taoiseach     Paul Kavanagh nominated to fill vacancy after the 1989 general election

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