9 June 2005 Edition

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Notices

I nDíl Chuimhne

June 7th 1987: Vol Margaret McArdle, Belfast Brigade, 1st Batt; June 7th 1990: Vol Seán Bateson, Long Kesh; June 9th 1979: Vol Peadar McElvanna, South Armagh Brigade; June 9th 1983: Vol Dan Turley, Belfast Brigade, 1st Batt; June 10th 1978: Vol Denis Heaney, Derry Brigade; June 11th 1972: Fian Joseph Campbell, Fianna Éireann; June 11th 1997: Vol Patrick Kelly, Laois Command; June 12th 1993: Vol Michael Motley, Laois. "Whatever I have done I have done as a soldier of Ireland in what I believed to be my country's interests. I have, thank God no vain regrets. After all it is better to be a corpse than a coward." - Seán Heuston. Always remembered with love and pride by his friends and comrades in the Republican Movement.

CLARKE, Terry (5th Ann). In proud and loving memory of my dear husband Volunteer Terry Clarke who died 13 June 2000. Sometimes it feels a lifetime, sometimes it seems a day but in my heart and mind you are never far away. A smile that warmed like sunshine, a love you gave and shared. A voice that cheered and comforted and a heart that really cared. Sorely missed by your loving wife Mary.

CLARKE, Terry (5th Ann). In proud and loving memory of my dear father Volunteer Terry Clarke who died 13 June 2000. A heart of gold, so kind and true. a father in a million, that was you. Proudly remembered by your loving son Séamus.

CLARKE, Terry (5th Ann). In proud and loving memory of my dear father Volunteer Terry Clarke who died 13 June 2000. It doesn't matter what I write or even say, its how I feel inside of me as I think of you today. My heart is filled with memories and with pride I speak your name and though life goes on without you, it will never be the same. Sadly missed by your loving daughter Marie.

DOHERTY, Martin (11th Ann). In memory of Volunteer Martin Doherty. Never forgotten by J Carden.

HEANEY, Henry (4th Ann). Volunteer Henry Heaney killed 4 June 1978,Long Kesh. They may kill the revolutionary but never the revolution. Remembered with great pride by your comrades in North Armagh Brigade of Oglaigh na hÉireann; Goitse, North Armagh National Graves Association; Upper Bann Sinn Féin Comhairle Ceantair.

HUDDLESON, John (4th Ann). In loving memory of my husband and proud father to Seán, Frances, Ruairí and Ronan, died so suddenly on 27 May 2001. Always in our thoughts and prayers. From Chris and family circle.

MULGREW, Colm (29th Ann). In proud and loving memory of my husband, Colm , murdered June 1976. Fond memories always. Chris.

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FINNEGAN. Deepest sympathy is extended to Mick and Carol Finnegan on the death of Annie. From May and Derek Sweetman and family.

FINNEGAN. Deepest sympathy is extended to Mick and Carol Finnegan on the death of Annie. From Nicky and Marie Kehoe and family.

FINNEGAN. Deepest sympathy is extended to Mick and Carol Finnegan on the death of Annie. From Ronnie, linda and family.

FINNEGAN. Deepest sympathy is extended to Mick and Carol Finnegan on the death of Annie. From Tony and Ita O'Flaherty.

FINNEGAN. Deepest sympathy is extended to Mick and Carol Finnegan on the death of Annie. From Greg Conroy, Anto, Denise McGilvery.

FINNEGAN. Deepest sympathy is extended to Mick and Carol Finnegan on the death of Annie. From Derek O'Reilly and family.

FINNEGAN. Deepest sympathy is extended to Mick and Carol Finnegan on the death of Annie. From Noel Paget and family.

FINNEGAN. Deepest sympathy is extended to Mick and Carol Finnegan on the death of Annie. From Wayne Dempsey and family.

FINNEGAN. Deepest sympathy is extended to Mick and Carol Finnegan on the death of Annie. From Hughie and May Byrne.

FINNEGAN. Deepest sympathy is extended to Mick and Carol Finnegan on the death of Annie. From Pat Bell and family.

FINNEGAN. Deepest sympathy is extended to Mick and Carol Finnegan on the death of Annie. From Nicola, Paul, Ruairí and Tadhg.

FINNEGAN. Deepest sympathy is extended to Mick and Carol Finnegan and their family on the death of Annie. From Staff of An Phoblacht; From the Stagg/Kelly SF Cumann, Lucan; From the Drumm/Doherty SF Cumann, Clondalkin.


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