24 February 2005 Edition

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Notices

I nDíl Chuimhne

Feb. 21st 1972: Vol Gerard Bell, Belfast Brigade, 3rd Battalion; Feb. 21st 1972: Vol Gerard Steele, Belfast Brigade, 3rd Battalion; Feb. 21st 1972: Vol Joseph Magee, Belfast Brigade, 3rd Battalion; Feb. 21st 1972: Vol Robert Dorrian, Belfast Brigade, 3rd Battalion; Feb. 21st 1984: Vol Declan Martin, North Antrim Brigade; Feb. 21st 1984: Vol Henry Hogan, North Antrim Brigade; Feb. 22nd 1986: Vol Tony Gough, Derry Brigade; 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. "We must take no steps backward, our steps must be onward, for if we don't, the martyrs who died for you, for me, for this country will haunt us for eternity." - Maire Drumm. Always remembered with love and pride by their many friends and comrades in the Republican Movement.

BRADY, Joe (11th Ann). In memory of our father Joe Brady, who died on 21 February 1994. Never forgotten by his daughter Eilish and his sons. Loves the greatest gift, remembrance.

BRADY, Joe (11th Ann). In memory of our grandfather Joe Brady, who died on 21 February 1994. From his grandchildren and great children. Forever in our thoughts.

BRADY, Joe (11th Ann). In memory of Joe Brady, who died on 21 February 1994. Will always be with us in our thoughts. From the Carroll/Ashe SF Cumann, Cabra.

BURNS, Brendan (7th Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Brendan Burns, Oglaigh na hÉireann, who died on active service, alongside his friend and comrade Brendan Moley on 29 February 1988. "Never desist in our efforts until we have subverted the authority of England over our country and asserted our independence." - Wolfe Tone. Remembered always by Mary, Michael, and the Moley family, South Armagh.

BURNS, Brendan; MOLEY, Brendan (17th Ann). In proud memory of Volunteers Brendan Burns and Brendan Moley. From the Rogers/Martin SF Cumann, Sheelagh, North Louth.

DEVINE, David; DEVINE, Michael, BRESLIN, Charles (20th Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteers David Devine, Michael Devine and Charles Breslin who's anniversaries occur around this time. They were brutally murdered by the crown forces. In life they inspired their comrades and their memory and the cause for which they died will live on and flourish in an Ireland of equals. Tiocfaidh ar lá. Remembered with pride by the Connolly Families, Letterkenny and Tullamore and by the Mythen family Letterkenny and by the staff at Narty Station, Letterkenny.

DORRIAN, Robert (33rd Ann). In proud and loving memory of my husband and dear father Robert (RAB) Dorrian RIP, Volunteer B Coy, 3rd Batt, Irish Republican Army, killed in action on 21 February 1972 along with his three comrades Joe Magee, Gerard Bell, and Gerard Steele. Mary Queen of Ireland pray for them. Always remembered by his wife, Betty, sons Robert, Philip, Jim and brother-in-law Jimmy.

DYNES, Eddie (22nd Ann). In proud memory of our friend and comrade Volunteer Eddie Dynes, who died on 1 March. Always remembered the North Armagh Brigade, Oglaigh na hÉireann.

HOGAN, Henry (21st Ann). In proud and loving memory of Declan's comrade, Volunteer Henry Hogan, Óglaigh na hÉireann, killed in action on 21 February, 1984 by SAS Forces. Níl beart noís uaisle ná do shaol a thabhairt ar son do thíre. Remembered always by the Martin Family Circle.

HUGHES, Mary (6th Ann). In proud and loving memory of Mary, Sinn Féin activist, died on 27 February 1999. Always remembered by Mary and clan.

LYNCH, George (14th Ann). In loving memory of George Lynch, a dedicated community worker from Darndale, Dublin, who died in February 1991. Always remembered by Arthur O'Donnell.

MARSHALL, Sam (15th Ann). In proud and loving memory of Sam Marshall, who died on 7 March 1990. The Republic stands for truth and honour. For all that is noblest in our race. By truth and honour, principle and sacrifice alone will Ireland be free. Proudly remembered by Celine Stevenson.

MARSHALL, Sam (15th Ann). In proud and loving memory of Sam Marshall, who died on 7 March 1990. Will those of you who think of him today, a little prayer to Jesus say. Remembering you always Spug and Mary Stevenson.

MARSHALL, Sam (15th Ann). In proud and loving memory of Sam Marshall, who died on 7 March 1990. Life Springs from death and from the graves of patriot men and women spring living nations. Remembering you always by Dee Dee Stevenson and Jean Tallon and family.

MARSHALL, Sam (15th Ann). In proud and loving memory of Sam Marshall, who died on 7 March 1990. Remembered always by the membership of Upper Bann Sinn Féin.

MARTIN, Declan (21st Ann). In proud and loving memory of a dear son and brother,Volunteer Declan Martin, Óglaigh na hÉireann. Killed in action on 21 February 1984 by SAS Forces. Fuair said bás ar son a chéile agus ar son aisling na saoirse. Remembered with pride always by mum, brothers, sisters and large family circle.

McSHANE, Charlie (16th Ann). In ever loving memory of Charlie McShane, who died in February 1989, late staff AP/RN. Never an hour passes without you being in our hearts and minds, the missing goes on and on, of a loving husband, dad and grandad. Our lady of the Gael pray for him. Sadly missed by his wife Christine, daughter Amanda, son Adrian, grandchildren and the in-laws.

McSHANE, Charlie (16th Ann). In ever loving memory of Charlie McShane, who died in February 1989, late staff AP/RN. Sadly missed by the staff of An Phoblacht.

MOLEY, Brendan (7th Ann). In proud and loving memory of our son Volunteer Brendan, who died on active service on 29 February 1988. Sweet are the memories silently kept of a son we loved and will never forget. Mary Queen of the Gael pray for him. Forever remembered and sadly missed by his father and mother.

MOLEY, Brendan (7th Ann). In proud and loving memory of our dear brother Volunteer Brendan, who died on active service on 29 February 1988. Fond are the memories silently kept of a brother we loved and will never forget. Always remembered by sister Catríona, Michael and family.

MOLEY, Brendan (7th Ann). In proud and loving memory of our dear brother Volunteer Brendan, who died on active service on 29 February 1988. For Ireland Brendan who lived and died, we will always remember you will love and pride. Forever remembered by brother Patrick, Susan and Pierce.

MOLEY, Brendan (7th Ann). In proud and loving memory of our dear brother Volunteer Brendan, who died on active service on 29 February 1988. Our hearts are filled with memories, with pride we speak your name, though life goes on without you, it will never be the same. Always remembered by Paddy, Caroline, Blaithín ad Caoimhe.

MOLEY, Brendan (7th Ann). In proud and loving memory of my brother, Volunteer Brendan Moley, Oglaigh na hÉireann, who died on active service, alongside his friend and comrade Brendan Burns on 29 February 1988. Feared by the foe when the night winds blow, round the hills of South Armagh. Never forgotten by your brother Aidan, sister-in-law Maureen, nieces ciara and Aoibheann and nephews Conor and Brendan.

MOLEY, Brendan (7th Ann). In proud and loving memory of my brother, Volunteer Brendan Moley, Oglaigh na hÉireann, who died on active service, alongside his friend and comrade Brendan Burns on 29 February 1988. As Ireland deep in slumber lay, her wise men counselled peace, until the grace of England came, her death grip to release. But there arose to face our foes some gallant men who swore to raise the flag of Ireland on the Ulster hills once more. Remembered always with pride by your brother Séamus and niece Erin.

McNEILL, Bob (6th Ann). In proud and loving memory of Bob McNeil, who died on 15 February 1999. Always remembered by his friends and comrades in the West London Republican Support Group, Hammersmith, London.

O'BRIEN, Edward (9th Ann). In memory of volunteer Ed O'Brien, who died on 18 February 1996. With pride in our hearts we remember your name. Always remembered by the Fr murphy/Parle/Keegan SF Cumann, Enniscorthy.

STEELE, Gerard; DORRIAN, Robert; BELL, Gerard; MAGEE, Joseph (33rd Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteers Gerard, robert, Gerard and joseph, killed on active service on 21 February 1972. Mary Queen of the Gael pray for them. From Geordie Bell and family, Short Strand.

Comhbhrón

McKAY. Deepest sympathy to the McKay family on the recent loss of their father, a long time republican, Kevin McKay. From all in Drimnagh SF.

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