3 February 2005 Edition

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I nDíl Chuimhne

Feb. 1st 1975: Vol Seán Boyle, South Armagh Brigade; Feb. 1st 1981: Vol Peadar Mohan, Monaghan Brigade; Feb. 2nd 1981: Vol Liam Hannaway, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Battalion; Feb. 3rd 1973: Vol James Sloan, Belfast Brigade, 3rd Battalion; Feb. 3rd 1999: Vol Harry Burns, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Batt; Feb. 4th 1973: Vol James McCann, Belfast Brigade, 3rd Battalion; Feb. 4th 1973: Vol Tony Campbell, Belfast Brigade, 3rd Battalion; Feb. 4th 1992: Paddy Loughran, Sinn Féin; Feb. 4th 1992: Pat McBride, Sinn Féin; Feb 5th 1992: Vol Joseph MacManus, Sligo Brigade; Feb. 5th 1972: Vol Charles McCann, North Antrim Brigade; Feb. 5th 1972: Vol Phelim Grant, North Antrim Brigade; Feb. 6th 1971: Vol James Saunders, Belfast Brigade, 3rd Batt; Feb. 6th 1989: Vol James Joseph Connolly, Tyrone Brigade. "From my earliest youth I have regarded the connection between Ireland and Great Britain as the curse of the Irish nation, and felt that whilst it lasted, this country could never be free nor happy." - Wolfe Tone. Remembered with love and pride by their friends and comrades in the Republican Movement.

GRANT, Feilim; McCANN, Charles (33rd Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteers Feilim Grant and Charles McCann who died on active service 5 February 1972. Always remembered by McCann/Grant/Gallagher Sinn Féin Cumann, Toome; Always remembered by South Antrim Comhairle Ceantair; Always remembered by Counties Derry and Antrim Republican Graves Association.

MacMANUS, Joseph (13th Ann). In proud memory of IRA volunteer Joseph MacManus who was killed in action in County Fermanagh on the 5 February 1992. Always remembered with pride. His friends Gerry & Donna Casey.

MacMANUS, Joseph (13th Ann). In proud memory of IRA volunteer Joseph MacManus who was killed in action in County Fermanagh on the 5 February 1992. Always remembered with pride. From Arthur & Celene.

MacMANUS, Joseph (13th Ann). In proud memory of IRA volunteer Joseph MacManus who was killed in action in Co.Fermanagh on the 5 February 1992. Always remembered with pride."As long as Ireland holds these graves Ireland unfree will never be at peace". From Hughie & Grainne.

MacMANUS, Joseph (13th Ann). In memory of Volunteer Joe MacManus, killed in action on 5 February 1992. From Iris, Jim and family.

MacMANUS, Joseph (13th Ann). In memory of Volunteer Joe MacManus, a dear friend and comrade, killed on active service on 5 February 1992. Remembered always by Noel, Corinna, Seosamh and Liam.

MacMANUS, Joseph (13th Ann). In memory of Volunteer Joe MacManus, killed in action on 5 February 1992. From Jimmy and Conor.

MacMANUS, Joseph (13th Ann). In memory of Volunteer Joe MacManus, killed in action on 5 February 1992. From the Ballyshannon/Bundoran SF Cumann.; From the Coen/ Savage SF Cumann, Sligo; From Councillor Jimmy McDonnell; From the Martin Hurson/Joe MacManus SF Cumann, Longford.

Comhbhrón

CLARKE. Deepest sympathy is extended to Jim and Neil and the Clarke Family on the recent death of their brother John. Always fondly remembered by Noel Connolly, Clare & Paul Mythen, Robbie Mc Ginley &family,Stevie & all the staff at Nartystation, Letterkenny. May he rest in God's memory until the resurrection.

HERITY. Oglaigh na hÉireann, died 28 January 2005. A lifetime dedicated to the cause of Irish freedom. Sleep well gallant comrade until that certain day. Ar dheis Dé go riabh a anam slán go foill a chara. From Maureen, Aidan and family, South Armagh.


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