26 February 2004 Edition

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I nDíl Chuimhne agus Comhbhrón

I nDíl Chuimhne

Feb. 23rd 1981: Vol James Burns, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Battalion; Feb. 23rd 1985: Vol Charlie Breslin, Tyrone Brigade; Feb. 23rd 1985: Vol David Devine, Tyrone Brigade; Feb. 23rd 1985: Vol Michael Devine, Tyrone Brigade; Feb. 26th 1978: Vol Paul Duffy, Tyrone Brigade; Feb. 28th 1986: Vol Tom McGill, Belfast Brigade, 1st Batt; Feb. 29th 1988: Vol Brendan Burns, South Armagh Brigade; Feb. 29th 1988: Vol Brendan Moley, South Armagh Brigade. "After all there are in Ireland two: those who stand for the English connection and those who stand against it." - Pádraig Pearse. Forever and always remembered by their many friends and comrades in the Republican Movement.

BRADY, Joe (10th Ann). In ever loving memory of our father Joe, who died on 21 February 1994. Forever in our thoughts. Remembered always by his sons, daughters, son-in-law, daughters-in-law.

BRADY, Joe (10th Ann). In ever loving memory of our grandad/greatgrandad Joe, whose tenth anniversary occurs on 21 February. Love's greatest gift remembrance. Lovingly remembered by his grandchildren/great-grandchildren.

BRADY, Joe (10th Ann). In ever loving memory of our grandad/greatgrandad Joe, whose tenth anniversary occurs on 21 February. Remembered always by the Fitzsimmons family, London.

BURNS, Brendan (16th Ann). In proud and loving memory of Oglach Brendan Burns, Oglaigh na hÉireann, South Armagh, who died on active service alongside my brother Volunteer Brendan Moley on 29 February 1988. While England explains the futility of force by others, it is the only argument she listens to." - Michael Collins. Always remembered by Aidan, Maureen, Ciara, Aoibheann, Conor and Brendan.

BURNS, Brendan; MOLEY, Brendan (16th Ann). In proud and loving memory of Brendan Burns and Brendan Moley, South Armagh Brigade, Oglaigh na hÉireann, killed in action on 29 February 1988. Always remembered by the Bennett/ Boyle/Cleary/Toner Cumann, Belleeks, County Armagh; From the McCreesh/ McCabe SF Cumann, Mullaghbawn; Remembered with pride by the Caraher/ McCreesh SF Cumann, Granemore and Ballymacnab and Ogra Shinn Féin, South Armagh; Remembered by the Charlie McGlade SF Cumann, Dublin.

HUGHES, Mary (5th Ann). In proud and loving memory of Sinn Féin activist Mary Hughes who died on 27 February, 1999. Always remembered by Mary and clann.

McLOUGHLIN, Pearse (8th Ann). In memory of Pearse, whose anniversary occurs on 21 February. Remembered by the Brady family, Cabra.

McLOUGHLIN, Pearse (8th Ann). In memory of Pearse, whose anniversary occurs on 21 February. From Séamus Gibson and Séamus McLoughlin.

McSHANE, Charlie (15th Ann). In sad and loving memory of my dear husband Charlie who died on 24 February 1989, late staff AP/RN. Never a moment without thoughts of you, your memory fills each day. All the love you gave so true, can never fade away. Missed so very much by his loving wife Christine.

McSHANE, Charlie (15th Ann). In loving memory of my dear father, Charlie McShane, who died suddenly 24 February 1989. Late AP/RN. Still loved and missed always by his daughter Amanda.

McSHANE, Charlie (15th Ann). In loving memory of my dear father, Charlie McShane, who died suddenly 24 February 1989. The void he left can never be filled. Always missed by his son Adrian.

McSHANE, Charlie (15th Ann). In memory of Charlie McShane, who died suddenly 24 February 1989. Still remembered always by all the staff at An Phoblacht.

McSHANE, Charlie (15th Ann). In loving memory of our grandfather, Charlie McShane, who died suddenly 24 February 1989. Still loved and remembered always by his grandchildren Jason, Angie and Fionn.

MOLEY, Brendan (16th Ann). In proud and loving memory of our son Volunteer Brendan Moley, South Armagh Brigade, Oglaigh na hÉireann, who died on active service on 29 February 1988. RIP. Deep in our hearts your memory is kept. To love and to cherish and never forget." Forever in our thoughts and prayers always. Remembered with pride by your mother and father.

MOLEY, Brendan (16th Ann). In proud and loving memory of my brother, Oglach Brendan Moley, Oglaigh na hÉireann, South Armagh, who died on active service alongside his friends and comrade Brendan Burns on 29 February 1988. You have to be prepared to defend the things in which you believe and be prepared to use force to secure the future of liberty and self-determination. Never forgotten by your brother Aidan, Maureen, Ciara, Aoibheann, Conor and Brendan.

MOLEY, Brendan (16th Ann). In proud and loving memory of our brother Volunteer Brendan Moley, South Armagh Brigade, Oglaigh na hÉireann, who died on active service on 29 February 1988. Proud are the memories silently kept of a brother we loved and will never forget. Always remembered and loved by sister Catríona, Mickey, Brendan, Shane, Rian and Nicole.

MOLEY, Brendan (16th Ann). In proud and loving memory of our brother Volunteer Brendan Moley, South Armagh Brigade, Oglaigh na hÉireann, who died on active service on 29 February 1988. May the green sod of the land he loved rest gently on his grave. Always remembered by sister Jacinta, Martin, Diane, Pauline ad Martina.

MOLEY, Brendan (16th Ann). In proud and loving memory of our brother Volunteer Brendan Moley, South Armagh Brigade, Oglaigh na hÉireann, who died on active service on 29 February 1988. Your name we say and say with pride, for in our hearts you have not died. Sadly missed by your sister Celine and Gerard.

MOLEY, Brendan (16th Ann). In proud and loving memory of our uncle Volunteer Brendan Moley, South Armagh Brigade, Oglaigh na hÉireann, who died on active service on 29 February 1988. Simple words but very true, we will always remember you. Never forgotten by Sinéad, Hughie and boys, Declan, Anne-Marie.

MOLEY, Brendan (16th Ann). In proud and loving memory of our brother Volunteer Brendan Moley, South Armagh Brigade, Oglaigh na hÉireann, who died on active service on 29 February 1988. Our hearts are full of memories, with pride we speak your name. Life goes on without you, but nothing is the same. Proudly remembered by your brother Paddy, Susan and Pierce.

MOLEY, Brendan (16th Ann). In proud and loving memory of our brother Volunteer Brendan Moley, South Armagh Brigade, Oglaigh na hÉireann, who died on active service on 29 February 1988. For Ireland Brendan you lived and died, we will always remember you with love and pride. Never forgotten by sister Caroline, Paddy, Blaithín, Caoimhe.

MOLEY, Brendan (16th Ann). In proud and loving memory of our brother Volunteer Brendan Moley, South Armagh Brigade, Oglaigh na hÉireann, who died on active service on 29 February 1988. In death a sin life you remain an inspiration to all those who believe in the cause of Irish freedom. Remembered with pride by sister Marie, John, Peter, Kevin, Joanne and Louise.

MURRAY, Mick (5th Ann). In loving memory Volunteer Mick Murray, who died on 7 March 1999. Always in our thoughts. From Lar and Pat Malone.

MURRAY, Mick (5th Ann). In loving memory Volunteer Mick Murray, who died on 7 March 1999. Forever in our hearts. From the Murtagh family.

MURRAY, Mick (5th Ann). In loving memory Volunteer Mick Murray, who died on 7 March 1999. You forwent personal comfort, money and status in pursuit of the ideal of a united Ireland. You will always be remembered and never forgotten. From Ciarán Murtagh.

MURRAY, Mick (5th Ann). In loving memory Volunteer Mick Murray, who died on 7 March 1999. He gave so much so that Ireland might be free. From the mick Murray SF Cumann, Donnycarney, Dublin.

STAGG, Frank (28th Ann). In memory of Frank Stagg. From Séamus Gibson and Séamus McLaughlin.

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CURTAYNE. Deepest sympathy is extended to the wife and family of John Curtayne, who died recently. From Mick Nugent, Michael Hennessy, SF Corcaigh and all the republican prisoners in Castlerea.

FENNELL. Deepest sympathy is offered to the Fennell family circle on the recent and sudden death of Pat, a dedicated and lifelong republican. I measc laochra na nGael go raibh a anam uasal. From the Republican Prisoners Transport Committee.

FENNELL. Deepest sympathy to the Fennell family on the death of Pat. RIP. From Tommy and Aine.

FERMANAGH CC SF would like to express deepest sympathies to the following families; Mc Gurnn, Drumm and Gunn families - Teemore County Fermanagh; Also the families of Martin Lynch, Lisnaskea.

FINNEGAN. Deepest sympathy to the family and friends of John Finnegan. From Eamon Conlon and friends and comrades in the Keenan/Doherty SF Cumann, Carrickacross, County Monaghan.


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