11 March 2004 Edition

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I nDíl Chuimhne agus Comhbhrón

I nDíl Chuimhne

Mar. 8th 1971: Vol Charles Hughes, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Batt; Mar. 9th 1972: Vol Gerard Crossan, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Batt; Mar. 9th 1972: Vol Seán Johnston, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Batt; Mar. 9th 1972: Vol Tom McCann, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Batt; Mar. 9th 1972: Vol Tony Lewis, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Batt; Mar. 12th 2003: Vol Keith Rogers, South Armagh Brigade. "There he comes, armed and fierce, There comes the man who brings freedom; Ragged and dirty, but with an iron heart, The guerrilla smiles and sings. The birds, astonished, ask: 'Why do you suffer so, friend?' The guerrilla smiles and sings: 'I bring Freedom for all.' - FRELIMO poem. Always remembered with love and pride by their many friends and comrades in the Republican Movement.

FARRELL, Mairéad (16th Ann). In proud and loving memory Volunteers Mairéad Farrell, Dan McCann and Seán Savage, who were brutally murdered by the British regime. From Cork SF and Michael Hennessy; From the Republican Prisoners in Castlerea.

FARRELL, Mairéad ( 16th Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Mairéad Farrell who was murdered by the SAS in Gibraltar on 6 March 1988. "We have no right to believe that freedom can be won without struggle" Che Guevera. Always remembered by Séamus Finucane and family.

HUGHES, Charlie (33rd Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Charlie Hughes, D Coy, Belfast Brigade, Oglaigh Na hÉireann who was killed on 8 March 1971. Thug sé gach rud ar son saoirse. Always remembered by Sinn Féin, Bun na bhFál and the Falls Commemoration Committee.

LEWIS, Tony (32nd Ann). In proud and loving memory of my beloved brother Volunteer Tony Lewis C Company, 2nd Batt, Oglaigh Na hÉireann who died on active service on 9 March 1972. RIP. Mary Queen of Ireland pray for him. I will never forget you Tony nor the cause for which you and your brave comrades died. Remembered with love and pride by his brother Ray, Phyllis and family.

McCANN, Dan; SAVAGE, Seán. (16th Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteers Dan McCann and Seán Savage who were murdered in Gibraltar by the SAS on 6 March 1988. "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 Séamus Finucane and family.

McCRACKEN, Kevin (16th Ann). In proud and loving memory of our dear son Volunteer Kevin McCracken, Oglaigh Na hÉireann who died while on active service on 14 March 1988. Mary Queen of the Gael pray for him, St Patrick pray for him. There is a place in our heart that is yours alone, a piece of our love only you can own. Deep in our hearts your memories are kept, to love and cherish and never forget. Always remembered and sadly missed mother and father.

McCRACKEN, Kevin (16th Ann). In proud and loving memory of my dear brother Volunteer Kevin McCracken, Oglaigh Na hÉireann who died on active service 14 March 1988. St Patrick pray for him. A little tribute true and tender, just to say we still remember. Your loving brother Stevie.

McCRACKEN, Kevin (16th Ann). In proud and loving memory of my dear brother Volunteer Kevin McCracken, Oglaigh Na hÉireann who died while on active service on 14 March 1988. Mary Queen of the Gael pray for him, St Patrick pray for him. When thoughts go back as they often do, we treasure the memories we have of you. Always remembered by your loving brother Damien, Maria, Pádraig, Stacey and Leighann.

McCRACKEN, Kevin (16th Ann). In proud and loving memory of my dear brother Volunteer Kevin McCracken, Oglaigh Na hÉireann who died while on active service on 14 March 1988. Mary Queen of the Gael pray for him, St Patrick pray for him. We cannot bring the old times back when we were all together, but the happy memories we have of you will stay with us forever. Always remembered by your sister Siobhan, Kevin, Caoimhin, Shannon and Conall.

McCRACKEN, Kevin (16th Ann). In proud and loving memory of my dear son Volunteer Kevin McCracken, Oglaigh Na hÉireann who died while on active service on 14 March 1988. St Patrick pray for him. Memories are a keepsake treasured all life through mine are very special because they are of you. Always loved and deeply missed Deirdre, Peter and Gráinne.

McCRACKEN, Kevin (16th Ann). In proud and loving memory of our dear uncle Volunteer Kevin McCracken, Oglaigh Na hÉireann who died while on active service on 14 March 1988. St Patrick pray for him. Will those who think of him today, a little prayer to Jesus say. Loved and remembered always by all your nephews and nieces.

McCRACKEN, Kevin (16th Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Kevin McCracken, killed on active service on 14 March 1988. Remembered always by Roisín.

McCRACKEN, Kevin (16th Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Kevin McCracken, killed on active service on 14 March 1988. Remembered always by Mal and Noreen.

ROGERS, Keith (1st Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Keith Rogers, South Armagh Brigade, Oglaigh na hÉireann, who was murdered by criminals on 12 March 2003. Remembered always by Louth Comhairle Ceantair SF; Remembered always by the Keith Rogers/Eugene Martin SF Cumann, North Louth; By the Peadar Mcilvenna SF Cumann; By the Peter Corrigan SF Cumann; By the Seán Heuston SF Cumann; By the Gerard O'Hanlon SF Cumann; By the John McIlvenna SF Cumann; By the Gallagher/McCreesh SF Cumann.

ROGERS, Keith (1st Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Keith Rogers, murdered by criminal elements Wednesday 12 March 2003. "Ní bhrisfidh siad mé mar tá an fonn saoirse, agus saoirse mhuintir na hÉireann i mo chroí. Tiocfaidh lá eigin nuair a bheidh an fonn saoirse seo le taispeáint ag daoine go léir na hÉireann ansin tchífidh muid éirí ná gealaí..." Bobby Sands. From Newry area ex-prisoners.

ROGERS, Keith (1st Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Keith Rogers, murdered by criminal elements Wednesday 12 March 2003. "Let no man write my epitaph; for as no man knows my motives dares now vindicate them, let not prejudice or ignorance asperse them. Let them and me rest in obscurity and peace. Let my memory be left in oblivion, and my tomb remain uninscribed, until other times and other men can do justice to my character. When my country takes her place among the nations of the earth, then, and not till then, let my epitaph be written. I have done." Robert Emmett. From Newry/Mourne & Armagh Comhairle Ceantair.

ROGERS, Keith (1st Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Keith Rogers, murdered by criminal elements in South Armagh Wednesday 12 March 2003. "To subvert the tyranny of our execrable government, to break the connection with England, the never failing source of all our political evils, and to assert the independence of my country - these were my objects. To unite the whole people of Ireland, to abolish the memory of all past dissensions, and to substitute the common name of Irishman in place of the denominations of Protestant, Catholic and Dissenter - These were my means." Theobald Wolfe Tone. From South Armagh Command Oglaigh na hÉireann.

ROGERS, Keith (1st Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Keith Rogers who was murdered by criminal elements in South Armagh Wednesday 12 March 2003,

Everyone, Republican or otherwise, has their own particular part to play. No part is too great or too small; no one is too old or too young to do something. Bobby Sands From South Down Comhairle Ceantair Sinn Féin.

ROGERS, Keith (1st Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Keith Rogers who was murdered by criminal elements in South Armagh Wednesday 12 March 2003,.

To break the connection with England the never failing source of all our political evils, and to assist the independence of my country, these are my objectives. Theobald Wolfe Tone Barney Morris Cumann. Crossmaglen.

ROGERS, Keith (1st Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Keith Rogers who was murdered by criminal elements in South Armagh Wednesday 12 March 2003. It is not those who can inflict the most, but those that can suffer the most who will conquer. Terence Mac Sweeney. From The Michael Mc Verry Cumann. Cullyhanna.

ROGERS, Keith (1st Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Keith Rogers who was murdered by criminal elements in south Armagh Wednesday 12 March 2003. If you strike at, imprison, or kill us, out of our prisons or graves we will still evoke a spirit that will thwart you, and perhaps, raise a force that will destroy you! We defy you! Do your worst! James Connolly. From the Burns/Moley Cumann. Silverbridge.

ROGERS, Keith (1st Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Keith Rogers who was murdered by criminal elements in South Armagh Wednesday 12 March 2003. The road to freedom is paved with suffering, hardships and torture; carry on my gallant and brave comrades until that certain day. Tom Williams. From the McCreesh/Mc Cabe Cumann, Mullaghbawn.

ROGERS, Keith (1st Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Keith Rogers who was murdered by criminal elements in south Armagh Wednesday 12 March 2003. We must see our present fight right through to the very end. Generations will continue to meet the same fate unless the perennial oppressor-Britain-is removed, for she will unashamedly and mercilessly continue to maintain her occupation and economic exploitation of Ireland to judgment day, if she is not halted and ejected. Bobby Sands. The Gerry Mc Kiernan Cumann. Forkhill.

ROGERS, Keith (1st Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Keith Rogers, murdered by criminal elements Wednesday 12 March 2003. You cannot conquer Ireland. You cannot extinguish the Irish passion for freedom. If our deed has not been sufficient to win freedom, then our children will win it by a better deed. Pádraig Pearse. From South Down Command Oglaigh na hÉireann.

ROGERS, Keith (1st Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Keith Rogers, murdered by criminal elements Wednesday 12 March 2003. Pray for the cause for which I am dying, God save Ireland. Tom Williams. From North Armagh Command Oglaigh na hÉireann.

ROGERS, Keith (1st Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Keith Rogers, murdered by criminal elements Wednesday 12th March 2003.

You cannot conquer Ireland. You cannot extinguish the Irish passion for freedom. If our deed has not been sufficient to win freedom, then our children will win it by a better deed.

Pádraig Pearse. From South Armagh Republican ex-prisoners.

ROGERS, Keith (1st Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Keith Rogers who was murdered by criminal elements in South Armagh Wednesday 12 March 2003. The British Government has no right in Ireland, never had any right in Ireland, and never can have any right in Ireland. James Connolly. From the Francis Jordan Cumann Jonesborough.

ROGERS, Keith (1st Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Keith Rogers who was murdered by criminal elements in South Armagh Wednesday 12 March 2003. I'll wear no convict's uniform nor meekly serve my time that Britain might brand Ireland's fight Eight hundred years of crime. Bobby Sands. From the O'Reilly/McGinty/Watters Cumann. Fathom/Killeen.

ROGERS, Keith (1st Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Keith Rogers who was murdered by armed criminals while defending his community. Ireland has outlived the failure of all her hopes and yet she still hopes... Ireland, that has wronged no man, that has injured no land, that has sought no dominion over others. Ireland is treated today among other nations of the world as if she was a convicted criminal. If it be treason to fight against such an unnatural fate as this, then I am proud to be a rebel, and shall cling to my rebellion with the last drop of my blood. Roger Casement. From the Patrick Rankin Cumann. Newry.

ROGERS, Keith (1st Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Keith Rogers who was murdered by armed criminals while defending his community. "Ní bhrisfidh siad mé mar tá an fonn saoirse, agus saoirse mhuintir na hÉireann i mo chroí. Tiocfaidh lá eigin nuair a bheidh an fonn saoirse seo le taispeáint ag daoine go léir na hÉireann ansin tchífidh muid éirí ná gealaí..." Bobby Sands. From the Gerry Marks Cumann Newry

ROGERS, Keith (1st Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Keith Rogers who was murdered by armed criminals while defending his community. "Our revenge will be the laughter of our children" Bobby Sands. From the Cochron/ Lowans Cumann, Newry.

ROGERS, Keith (1st Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Keith Rogers, murdered by criminal elements Wednesday 12 March 2003. I'll wear no convict's uniform nor meekly serve my time that Britain might brand Ireland's fight Eight hundred years of crime. Bobby Sands. From The Séamus Heuston Cumann, Crossmore.

ROGERS, Keith (1st Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Keith Rogers, murdered by criminal elements Wednesday 12 March 2003. If you strike at, imprison, or kill us, out of our prisons or graves we will still evoke a spirit that will thwart you, and perhaps, raise a force that will destroy you! We defy you! Do your worst! James Connolly. From The Gerard O' Callaghan Cumann. Tullysaran.

ROGERS, Keith (1st Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Keith Rogers, murdered by criminal elements Wednesday 12 March 2003. The road to freedom is paved with suffering, hardships and torture; carry on my gallant and brave comrades until that certain day. Tom Williams. From The Jim Lochrie Cumann. Dromintee.

ROGERS, Keith (1st Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Keith Rogers, murdered by criminal elements Wednesday 12 March 2003. "Let no man write my epitaph; for as no man knows my motives dares now vindicate them, let not prejudice or ignorance asperse them. Let them and me rest in obscurity and peace. Let my memory be left in oblivion, and my tomb remains uninscribed, until other times and other men can do justice to my character. When my country takes her place among the nations of the earth, then, and not till then, let my epitaph be written. I have done." Robert Emmett. From the Séamus Steele Cumann. Camlough/Bessbrook.

ROGERS, Keith (1st Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Keith Rogers, murdered by criminal elements Wednesday 12 March 2003. "To subvert the tyranny of our execrable government, to break the connection with England, the never failing source of all our political evils, and to assert the independence of my country - these were my objects.

To unite the whole people of Ireland, to abolish the memory of all past dissensions, and to substitute the common name of Irishman in place of the denominations of Protestant, Catholic and Dissenter - These were my means." Theobald Wolfe Tone. From the Boyle/Bennett/ Cleary/Toner Cumann, Belleek

ROGERS, Keith (1st Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Keith Rogers who was murdered by criminal elements in south Armagh Wednesday 12 March 2003. Everyone, Republican or otherwise, has their own particular part to play. No part is too great or too small; no one is too old or too young to do something. The Peter Corrigan Cumann. Armagh City.

ROGERS, Keith (1st Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Keith Rogers who was murdered by criminal elements in south Armagh Wednesday 12 March 2003. It is not those who can inflict the most, but those that can suffer the most who will conquer.Terence Mac Sweeney. Peadar Mc Ilvenna Cumann. Armagh City.

ROGERS, Keith (1st Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Keith Rogers, murdered by criminal elements Wednesday 12 March 2003. If you strike at, imprison, or kill us, out of our prisons or graves we will still evoke a spirit that will thwart you, and perhaps, raise a force that will destroy you! We defy you! Do your worst! James Connolly. Caraher/McCreesh Cumann, Ballymacnab

ROGERS, Keith (1st Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Keith Rogers, murdered by criminal elements Wednesday 12 March 2003. The road to freedom is paved with suffering, hardships and torture; carry on my gallant and brave comrades until that certain day. Tom Williams From the Edentubber Commemor-ation Committee.

ROGERS, Keith (1st Ann). In proud memory of Volunteer Keith Rogers and deepest sympathy with the Rogers family. Go nDéanaí Dia trócaire ar a anam uasail. From the Newry and South Armagh Republican women's group.

ROGERS, Keith (1st Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Keith Rogers who was murdered by armed criminals while defending his community. The road to freedom is paved with suffering, hardships and torture; carry on my gallant and brave comrades until that certain day. Tom Williams

From the Newry & Mourne Sinn Féin Councillor Group

ROGERS, Keith (1st Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Keith Rogers, murdered by criminal elements Wednesday 12 March 2003. It is not those who can inflict the most, but those that can suffer the most who will conquer. Terence Mac Sweeney From the Seán Savage Cumann, The Mournes

ROGERS, Keith (1st Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Keith Rogers, murdered by criminal elements Wednesday 12 March 2003. Everyone, Republican or otherwise, has their own particular part to play. No part is too great

or too small; no one is too old or too young to do something. From the Tom Williams Cumann, Warrenpoint.

ROGERS, Keith (1st Ann). In proud memory of Volunteer Keith Rogers and deepest sympathy with the Rogers family. I'll wear no convict's uniform nor meekly serve my time that Britain might brand Ireland's fight Eight hundred years of crime. Bobby Sands. From the Markievicz/Emmett Cumann, Ballyholland

ROGERS, Keith (1st Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Keith Rogers who was murdered by criminal elements in south Armagh Wednesday 12 March 2003. Everyone, Republican or otherwise, has their own particular part to play. No part is too great or too small; no one is too old or too young to do something. From the Rooney/Martin Cumann, Hilltown.

ROGERS, Keith (1st Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Keith Rogers who was murdered by criminal elements in south Armagh Wednesday 12 March 2003. Everyone, Republican or otherwise, has their own particular part to play. No part is too great or too small; no one is too old or too young to do something. From the Sheena Campbell Cumann, Rostrevor.

ROGERS, Keith (1st Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Keith Rogers who was murdered by armed criminals while defending his community. The road to freedom is paved with suffering, hardships and torture; carry on my gallant and brave comrades until that certain day. Tom Williams. From Louth Comhairle Ceantair, SF.

ROGERS, Keith (1st Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Keith Rogers who was murdered by criminal elements in South Armagh Wednesday 12 March 2003. Everyone, Republican or otherwise, has their own particular part to play. No part is too great or too small; no one is too old or too young to do something. Bobby Sands. From Rogers/Martin Cumann, Sheelagh.

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McGOVERN. Deepest sympathy is extended to the wife and family of Patrick Francis McGovern , Corraleehan, who fought a long illness bravely. Our sincerest sympathy also to the wife and family of Michael Keegan Lahard Ballinamore, who recently died after long illness. Leitrims loss is Heavens gain. From their friends and comrades in Leitrim Sinn Féin.


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