22 January 2004 Edition
I nDíl Chuimhne
Jan. 20th 1975: Vol Kevin Coen, Sligo Brigade; Jan. 21st 1975: Vol John Kelly, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Battalion; Jan. 21st 1975: Vol John Stone, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Battalion. "To carry on, no matter what odds are against you, to carry on no matter what torments are inflicted on you. The road to freedom is paved with suffering, hardships and torture, carry on my gallant and brave comrades until that certain day." - Tom Williams. Remembered with love and pride by their many friends and comrades in the Republican Movement.
BORRIT, Michael (1st Ann). In proud and loving memory of Michael Borrit who died 30 January 2003. Always remembered never forgotten by Jimmy, Michelle and comrades from the Role of Honour Republican flute band, Hamilton, Scotland.
DEVLIN, Eugene (31st Ann). In loving memory of Volunteer Eugenen Devlin, Tyrone Brigade, Oglaigh na hÉireann, who died on 27 December 1972. Remembered always by West Tyrone OSF.
KELLY, John (29th Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer John Kelly, D Coy, Belfast Brigade, Oglaigh na hÉireann, who was killed along with his comrade John Stone on 21 January 1975. I measc lauchra na nGael go raibh siad. Always remembered by Sinn Fein, Bun na bhFál and the Falls Commemoration Committee.
Stone, John (29th Ann ). In loving memory of Volunteer John Stone, who was killed on active service on 21 January 1975. "Life springs from death and from the graves of dead patriot men and women spring living nations." - PH Pearse. Always remembered with love and pride by his mother, Mary Anne.
Stone, John (29th Ann ). In loving memory of Volunteer John Stone, who was killed on active service on 21 January 1975. "It is found in every light of hope, It knows no bounds nor space, It has risen in red and black and white, It is there in every race. It lies in the hearts of heroes dead, It screams in tyrants' eyes, It has reached the peak of mountains high, It comes searing 'cross the skies. It lights the dark of this prison cell, It thunders forth its might, It is the undauntable thought, my friend, The thought that says 'I'm right!" - Bobby Sands. Always remembered with love and pride by his brother, Fra.
Stone, John (29th Ann ). In proud and loving memory of my brother Volunteer John Stone, who was killed on active service on 21 January 1975. Padre Pio pray for him. Forever in my heart. Those we love don't go away, they walk beside us every day. Sadly missed by your sister Kathleen and nephews Michael, Gráinne and Eoin. Seán, Deirdre and Paula and baby Seán, Aaron, Annemarie, Aine, Ryan and Orliath.
Stone John ( 29th Ann ). In proud and loving memory of my dear brother Volunteer John Stone, 2nd Batt, Belfast Brigade who died on the 21 January 1975. St Martin prey for him. There is a bridge of memories from here to heaven above, it keeps you ever close to us, it is a bridge of love. No one knows the heart ache of what your parting cost but God in all his glory has gained what we have lost. So please forgive the silent tear, a constant wish that you were here and from this life you may be gone but in our hearts you still live on. Will always be loved and never forgotten by your sister Teresa, husband Eddie and Eamonn.
Stone, John ( 29th Ann ). In proud and loving memory of my dear uncle Volunteer John Stone 2nd Batt, Belfast Brigade who died 21 January 1975. St Jude pray for him. A smile that warmed like sunshine, a love you gave and shared, a voice that cheered and comforted and a heart that always cared. Always remembered by your niece Martina, husband Jim , children Dominic and Peirce.
Stone, John (29th Ann ). In proud and loving memory of my dear uncle Volunteer John Stone 2nd Batt, Belfast Brigade who died 21 January 1975. St Padre Pio pray for him. Of all the greatest gifts in life , however great and small to have you as my uncle was the greatest gift of all. I keep a lot of memories from which I'll never part while God has you in his keeping , I have you in my heart. Always remembered by your niece Annemaire, husband Seamus and kids Bridgeen, Seán Francis and Annemaire .
Stone, John (29th Ann). In proud and loving memory of my dear uncle Volunteer John Stone 2nd Batt, Belfast Brigade who died 21 January 1975. Our Lady of Lourdes pray for him. We treasure your memory as the years go by, we never forgot you and we wont every try. Words are few our love is deep, our memories of you are there to keep. Let the stars be your candles, keep them burning bright so when we look to heaven we know your alright . Remembered always by your niece Bridgeen, partner Patrick, kids Padraic and Cliodhna.
CORCORAN, Rosemarie. RIP. Midleton, County Cork (nee McCann, Ardoyne). Sincere sympathy to Colette on the death of her sister. Mary Queen of the Gael give strength to the Corcoran/McCann families. Maggie and Jimmy.
CORCORAN, Rosemarie. RIP. Our condolences to Colette and family on their bereavement. Thoughts and prayers to you all. Mariea, Tommy and clan.
CORCORAN, Rosemarie. Heartfelt sympathy to our friend and comrade Colette on the death of her sister Rosemarie RIP. From the McCaughey/Saunders Cumann, Ardoyne Ogra Shinn Féin and Amach agus Isteach.
CORCORAN, Rosemarie. RIP. Ardoyne Fleadhh Ceoil extend sympathy to Cocoran / McCann families on their sad loss.
CORCORAN, Rosemarie. RIP. Kate, Gerard and family exrtend sympathy to Colette and her large family circle on their recent loss.
CROWLEY. Deepest sympathy to Charlie and family on the recent death of their mother Bridie. From Mick Nugent, Finny O'Sullivan and Cork SF.
NORDONE. Deepest sympathy to Stephen Nordone on the sad death of his wife Jutta. From Mary McLaughlin and family, Buncranna, County Donegal.