20 January 2005 Edition

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Notices

I nDíl Chuimhne

Jan. 17th 1980: Vol Kevin Delaney, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Battalion; Jan 18th 1973: Vol Francis Liggett, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Battalion; Jan 18th 1978: Vol Jackie McMahon, Belfast Brigade, 3rd Battalion; 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. "No nation is conquered until its mind is conquered, until it accepts defeat. No nation capable, of however futiley and impotently, denying with arms in the hands of even a few of its sons that it is conquered and submerged in its conqueror can be considered as having lost its existence." - James Connolly. Always remembered with love and pride by their many friends and comrades in the Republican Movement.

COEN, Kevin (30th Ann). In memory of volunteer Kevin coen, killed in action on 20 January 1975. From the Coen/Savage SF Cumann, Sligo.

DELANEY, (Dee) Kevin (25th Ann). In proud and loving memory of my dear husband and father Volunteer Kevin 'Dee' Delaney died on active service 17 January 1980. Our Lady Queen of the Gael pray for him. RIP. No matter what, no matter where, deep in our hearts you are always there. Always remembered by his wife Eddie, son Seán Paul, daughter Ceire and grandaughter Chloe.

DELANEY, (Dee) Kevin (25th Ann). In proud and loving memory of my dear son and our brother Kevin 'Dee' Delaney, Belfast Brigade Oglaigh na hÉireann. Died on active service 17 January 1980. Our Lady of Knock pray for him. In our hearts fond and true, you left each of us a part of you. You are not alone Kevin on this day of days, you are still with us in so many ways. Proudly remembered and so sadly missed by your loving Mother Marie, brothers, sisters and family circle.

KELLY, 'Bap' John (30th Ann). In loving memory of Lieutenant John 'Bap' Kelly. Belfast Brigade Oglaigh na Éireann. Died on active service on 21 January 1975. Proudly remembered by Aaron, Annmarie, Áine, Ryan and Orlaith.

KELLY, John (30th Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer John 'Bap' Kelly, D Coy, Belfast Brigade, Oglaigh na hÉireann, who died along with his comrade John Stone on active service on 21 January 1975. Thug siad gach rud ar son saoirse. Always remembered by Sinn Féin Bun na bhFál and the Lower Falls Commemoration Committee.

STONE, John (30th Ann). In proud and loving memory of my dear son Óglach John Stone, B Company, 2nd Battalion Óglaigh na hÉireann, who died on action on 21 January 1975. 'The great object of my life has been the independence of my country; for that I have sacrificed every thing that is most dear to man' Theobald Wolfe Tone. Also his comrade John 'Bap' Kelly. Always remembered with love and pride by your mother Mary Anne.

STONE, John (30th Ann). In proud and loving memory of my dear brother, Óglach John Stone, who died in action on 21 January 1975. '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 the place of the denominations of Protestant, Catholic, and Dissenter - these were my means.' Theobald Wolfe Tone. Also his comrade John 'Bap' Kelly, D Company, Belfast Brigade. Remembered always with love and pride by your wee bro Francis.

STONE, John (30th Ann). In proud and loving memory of my brother, Volunteer John Stone, who died in action on 21 January 1975. Many a lonely moment, many a silent tear, but always a beautiful memory of a brother I loved so dear. Always remembered with pride and sorrow by his sister Kathleen.

STONE, John (30th Ann). In proud and loving memory of my uncle, Volunteer John Stone. God has you in his keeping I have you in my heart. Always remembered with pride and sorrow by your nephew Sean, partner Deirdre and children Paula and Sean Óg

STONE, John (30th Ann). In proud and loving memory of my uncle, Volunteer John Stone. Not for the gold or glory did you fight but for the liberation of Ireland. Sadly missed by his nephew Michael, wife Gráinne and son Eoin.

STONE, John (30th Ann). In proud and loving memory of 2nd Lieutenant John Stone, Belfast Brigade Óglaigh na hÉireann. Proudly remembered and sadly missed by your nephew Aaron, Annmarie, Áine, Ryan and Orlaith.

STONE, John (30th Ann). In proud and loving memory of our dear friend Volunteer John Stone. Our Lady of Knock pray for him. Quietly today your memory we treasure. Always remembered and so sadly missed by Gerard and Máire Cush and family.

Comhbhrón

BURKE. Deepest sympathy to the family and friends of Liam, Mahon, Cok. From Ballincollig SF Cumann,

O'BRIEN. Deepest sympathy is extended to the O'Brien family, Oakland Park, Dundalk, on the death of their father, Kevin. From Louth Sinn Féin Comhairle Ceantair, Wothington/Watters SF Cumann Dundalk. From the Republican family in County Louth.


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