4 March 2004 Edition

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I nDíl Chuimhne agus Comhbhrón

I nDíl Chuimhne

Mar. 1st 1983: Vol Eddie Dynes, North Armagh Brigade; Mar. 3rd 1991: Vol Noel Wilkinson, Tyrone Brigade; Mar. 3rd 1991: Vol John Quinn, Tyrone Brigade; Mar. 3rd 1991: Vol Malcolm Nugent, Tyrone Brigade; Mar. 3rd 1991: Vol Dwayne O'Donnell, Tyrone Brigade; Mar. 4th 1972: Vol Albert Kavanagh, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Battalion; Mar. 6th 1988: Vol Dan McCann, GHQ Staff; Mar. 6th 1988: Vol Mairéad Farrell, GHQ Staff; Mar. 6th 1988: Vol Seán Savage, GHQ Staff; Mar. 7th 1990: Sam Marshall, Sinn Féin. "We have no right to believe that freedom can be won without struggle." - Che Guevara. Remembered now and always by their many friends and comrades in the Republican Movement.

FARRELL, Mairéad; McCANN, Dan; SAVAGE, Seán (16th Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteers Mairéad Farrell, Dan McCann and Seán Savage, who were murdered by the SAS in Gibraltar on 6 March 1988. Always remembered by Mary and clan.

FARRELL, Mairéad (16th Ann). In proud and loving memory of our friend and comrade, Volunteer Mairéad Farrell, Oglaigh na hÉireann, executed by the SAS in Gibraltar on 6 March 1988. Also remembered, Volunteers Dan Mc Cann and Seán Savage. Mass offered. Patricia, Pól and family, Belfast.

FARRELL, Mairéad; McCANN, Dan; SAVAGE, Seán (16h Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteers Mairéad Farrell, Dan McCann and Seán Savage, murdered by the SAS on 6 March 1988. Remembered by the Jackie Griffith.Mairéad Farrell SF Cumann, Dublin.

KAVANAGH, Albert. (32nd Ann) . Killed on active service on 4 March 1972. In proud and loving memory of Vol. Albert Kavanagh whose anniversary occurs this week. Many years have passed since that fateful day but our memory of you never dims. The struggle that you gave your life for still continues today. Like all revolutionary situations the tactics reflect where our struggle is at today but the vision has never changed. Republicans will settle for nothing less than the establishment of a 32-County Democratic Socialist Republic. Always remembered by his loving brother Paul and sister-in-law Martina.

LEWIS, Tony; CROSSAN, Seán; JOHNSTON, John; McCANN, Tony. (32nd Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteers Tony Lewis, Gerard Crossan, Tom McCann and John Johnston, C Coy 2 Batt, Belfast Brigade, Oglaigh Na hÉireann, who died on 9 March 1972. Your memory we will always cherish, your sacrifice will never be forgotten. Remembered with pride by Seán, Rosie and the Murray family circle.

MARSHALL, Sam (14th Ann). In proud and loving memory of Sinn Fein activist Sam Marshall died 7 March 1990. Always in our thoughts, forever in our hearts. Always remembered Carmel and Niamh.

MARSHALL, Sam (14th Ann). In fond and loving memory of our friend and comrade Sam Marshall, murdered in 1990 as a result of Britain's Collusion policy in Ireland. Always remembered by your friends and comrades in the Brian Smith Cumann, Julie Duggan Cumann and Burns/McKerr/ Toman Cumann (Upper Bann ).

MARSHALL, Sam (14th Ann). In fond and loving memory of my friend and comrade Sam, murdered in 1990 by a pro British death squad. Always remembered by Bean.

McCANN, Dan (16th Ann). In proud and loving memory of our dear cousin Volunteer Danny McCann, Oglaigh Na hÉireann, who was executed in Gibraltar on 6 March 1988, also his comrades, Mairéad and Seán. We miss your strength, consideration and care, but in our hearts Danny you will always be there. Remembered with pride by Seán, Rosie and family.

McSHANE, Charlie (15th Ann). In sad memory of Charlie McShane, late AP/RN staff, who died suddenly on 24 February 1989. Avery dear father-in-law and friend. Sadly missed by Carol.

McSHANE, Charlie (15th Ann). In sad memory of Charlie McShane, late AP/RN staff, who died suddenly on 24 February 1989. We all miss him and remember him very much. Never forgotten by Joe and Von, Delores and Eamon, Michael and Margaret, Nell and Tom and Joan.

MOLEY, Brendan; BURNS, Brendan (16th Ann). In memory of Volunteers Brendan Moley and Brendan Burns, Oglaigh na hÉireann. Remembered by their comrades in South Armagh Brigade, Oglaigh na hÉireann.

MURRAY, Mick (5th Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Mick Murray. Always remembered by David Geraldine and family, Navan.

MURRAY, Mick (5th Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Mick Murray. Always remembered by J Carden.

O'DONNELL, Dwayne; NUGENT, Malcolm; ARMSTRONG, Thomas (13th Ann). In memory of Dwayne O'Donnell, Malcolm Nugent and Thomas Armstrong. Remembered by the Quinn family.

QUINN, John (13th Ann). In proud memory of Volunteer John Quinn, who died on 3 March 1991. I find that if I am thinking to much of my own problems and the fact that at times things are not like I want them to be I don't make any progress at all. But if I look around and see what I can do and go on with that, then I move on." Rosie Parks. From his sister Poilín.

ROGERS, Keith (1st Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Keith Rogers who died last year while defending his community. Rise up, oh dead of Ireland, and rouse our living men, the chance has come to us at last to win our own again. Always remembered by his friends and comrades in North Armagh.

ROGERS, Keith. (1st Ann). In proud and loving memory of our comrade Volunteer Keith Rogers. Our thoughts are with him and his family always. From your comrades in the Brian Smith SF Cumann, Julie Duggan SF Cumann and Burns/McKerr/Toman SF Cumann, Upper Bann.

SMITH, Tom (29th Ann). In loving memory of Volunteer Tom Smith. We miss your smile, your joking way, we miss the things you used to say and when old times we do recall, that's when Tom we miss you most of all. Deeply missed by Carol, Micaheal Paddy, Christy, Paul, James, Billy, Joe and families.

SMITH, Tom (29th Ann). In loving memory of Volunteer Tom Smith. As near as a heartbeat, as close as a prayer, whenever we need you you will always be there. You're not just a memory or part of the past, you're our to remember as long as life lasts. Deeply missed by all. Forever in our hearts. From Paddy, Lily Smith and family.

Comhbhrón

LYNCH. Deepest sympathy is extended to Patsy and Liam on the recent death of Billy. His friendship will not be forgotten. From Pat Hayes.


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