14 April 2005 Edition
I nDíl Chuimhne
Apr.12th 1973: Vol Edward O'Rawe, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Batt; Apr 15th 1976: Vol Peter Cleary, South Armagh Brigade; Apr 17th 1973: Vol Brian Smyth, Belfast Brigade, 3rd Batt; Apr. 17th 1977: Vol Trevor McKibbin, Belfast Brigade, 3rd Batt. "Let no man write my epitaph, for as no man who knows my reasons has the courage to justify my deeds, I want my story to be unwritten until other men in other times can tell the truth. When my country takes her place among the nations of the world, them, and not till then... let my epitaph be written." — Robert Emmet. Remembered now and always by their many friends and comrades in the Republican Movement.
CROTTY, Denis (1st Ann). In memory of Denis Crotty. Always in our thoughts and prayers. From the Joe McDonnell/Denis Crotty SF Cumann, Dungargan, County Waterford.
MARKS, Colum (15th Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Colum Marks, who died for Ireland on 10 April 1990. I measc Laochra na nGael go raibh sé. Remembered always by the Marks/McKeown SF Cumann, Newry; By the Robert Carr SF Cumann, Newry; By the Noel Madden SF Cumann, Newry; By the Hughes/Grant/Watters SF Cumann, Newry; By the Rankin/Rowntree/Murtagh SF Cumann, Newry; By the Newry/Armagh Comhairle Ceantair, SF.
McCARTNEY, Harry (2nd Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Harry McCartney. Never forgotten by DD, Aine, and Erin, from Ardboe.
McCARTNEY, Harry (2nd Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Harry McCartney. From Hagard Fish, Kenny, and Stewie of Ardboe.
McCARTNEY, Harry (2nd Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Harry McCartney. From Duffy/Ryan SF Cumann, Ardboe.
McCARTNEY, Harry (2nd Ann). 14 April. Life springs from death and from the graves of dead patriot men and women spring living nations. Always remembered with great pride by Conor, Jacqui and family, Lurgan.
McCARTNEY, Harry (2nd Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Harry McCartney, North Armagh Brigade Óglaigh na hÉireann who died 14 April 2003. You are forever in our hearts and prayers. See you again one day. Sleep easy comrade. Always remembered by Mark, Paulette and the McDowell family.
McCARTNEY, Harry. 14 April. They may kill the the revolutionary but the revolution. Remembered now and always by his friends and comrades in north Armagh Brigade, oglaigh na hÉireann; A comrade, a friend, from the Upper Bann Comhairle Ceantair SF; North Armagh NationalGraves Association; Remembered with pride by the management committee and staff of goitse, Republican ex-Prsoners' Centre, Lurgan.
DEERY. Deepest sympathy is extended to Joe Deery on the recent death of his wife Kathleen. From Hank and Bridget Logue and family and friends in South County Louth.
O'NEILL. Deepest sympathy to Jason O'Neill on the recent death of his grandfather Tommy O'Neill. From the Ahern/Crowley SF Cumann and Cork SF; From mick Nugent and all Republican Prisoners in Castlerea.
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