James Winder Good (1877 - 1930):
James Good was educated at the Royal Academical Institution and Queen's College, Belfast. He was a reporter on the Northern Whig and then moved to Dublin where he became leader-writer for the Freeman's Journal. He was assistant editor of the Irish Statesman and joined the staff of the Irish Independent. During this period he was correspondent for English and American newspapers and highly regarded in the field of journalism. He was the author of Ulster and Ireland and Irish Unionism. He died in Dublin.