30 June 2005 Edition

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Notices

I nDíl Chuimhne

June 27th 1970: Vol Henry McIlhone, Belfast Brigade, 3rd Battalion; June 27th 1970: Vol Joseph Coyle, Derry Brigade; June 27th 1970: Vol Thomas Carlin, Derry Brigade; June 27th 1970: Vol Thomas McCool, Derry Brigade; June 28th 1972: Vol John Finucane, Belfast Brigade, 1st Batt; June 28th 1972: Vol Tony Jordan, Belfast Brigade, 1st Batt; June 30th 1976: Vol Brian Coyle, Derry Brigade; July 1st 1980: Vol Terence O'Neill, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Battalion; July 2nd 1974: Vol Patrick Teer, Long Kesh; July 3rd 1972: Vol Denis Quinn, Tyrone Brigade. "We bleed that the nation may live. I die that the nation may live. Damn your concessions England, we want our country." - Seán Mac Diarmada. Remembered now and always by their many friends and comrades in the Republican Movement.

FINUCANE, John (33rd Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer John Finucane, Oglaigh na hÉireann, who died on active service on 28 June 1972. Remembered with pride by Martin.

FINUCANE, John (33rd Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer John Finucane, Belfast Brigade, Oglaigh na hÉireann, who died on active service 28 June 1972. "The fools, the fools the fools they have left these Fenian Graves and while Ireland holds these graves, Ireland unfree shall never be at peace". PH Pearse. Always remembered by Séamus Finucane and family.

HEANEY, Richie (1st Ann). Always remembered by his friends and comrades in the Mick Murray SF Cumann, Dublin.

KEENAN, Joe (11th Ann). In loving memory of my dear brother Joe, who died in exile in the United States on 30 June1994. Eleven years is a long time and I still miss you. Never forgotten by your loving sister Bríd, Peadar and Naoise.

KEENAN, Joe (11th Ann). In proud and loving memory of my dear brother Joe, who died in Exile in the United States on 30 June 1994. To live on in our hearts of those left behind is never to have died. Always remembered by your loving sister Geraldine and Dave.

KEENAN, Joe (11th ANN). In proud and loving memory of my dear brother Joe, who died in exile in the United States on 30 June1994. So many years gone yet so many memories are fresh in my mind of the day you left us. Always remembered by your sister Mary and Family.

KEENAN, Joe (11th ANN). In proud and loving memory of my dear brother Joe, who died in exile in the United States on 30 June 1994. Always remembered with pride by his loving brother Brendan and family.

KINNEY, Patrick (11th Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Patrick Kinney, who died 6 July 1994. You can kill the revolutionary but not the revolution. Always remembered by the Patrick Kinney SF Cumann, Glens of Antrim; Malachy Carey SF Cumann, Loughguile; Joe Cahill SF Cumann, Ballycastle; Hogan and Martin SF Cumann, Dunloy; Gerard Casey SF Cumann, Rasharkin, North Antrim Comhairle Ceantair, SF and John Davey SF Cumann, East Antrim.

JORDAN, Tony (33rd Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Tony Jordan Belfast Brigade, Oglaigh na hÉireann who died on active service 28 June 1972. "Life springs from death and from the graves of patriot men and women spring living nations." - PH Pearse. Always remembered by Séamus Finucane and family.

O'NEILL, Teddy (25th Ann). In loving memory of my Dad Volunteer Terence O'Neill, killed on active service on 1 July 1980. Mass offered. There is a man up in heaven so precious and so rare, that man is my Daddy the best beyond compare, so call his name sweet Jesus and when he looks your way tell him I love and miss him every single day. So no matter how life changes no matter what I do a special place within my heart is set aside for you. Always remembered your daughter Sínead, grandson Daniel.

O'NEILL, Teddy (25th Ann). In loving memory of my husband Volunteer Terence O'Neill killed on 1 July 1980. God called your name so softly that only you could hear. No one heard the footsteps of the angels drawing near. The golden gates stood open, God saw you needed rest. His garden must be beautiful as he only picks the best. Some may forget you now you're gone but I will remember you no matter how long. Always remembered by your wife Mary Mass offered.

Comhbhrón

BROWNLEE. Deepest sympathy is extended to Brendan and the Brownlee Family on the death of their father James. From Olive, John and family

BROWNLEE. Deepest sympathy is extended to Brendan and the Brownlee Family on the death of their father James from The Sloan Family, Coolock.

BROWNLEE. Deepest sympathy is extended to Brendan and the Brownlee Family on the death of their father James from Sinn Féin Ard Oifig.

LEDDY. Sincere sympathy is extended to Angela and all the Leddy family on the recent death of Pan Prisoners, Portlaoise and Castlerea Prisons.

LYNCH. Deepest sympathy is extended to Séamus and Ann Lynch and family on the tragic death of their daughter Anna Lee. From the Dublin SF Cuige; From the Leinster SF Cuige; From the Republican Movement; From the staff of An Phoblacht.

McKEE. Deepest sympathy is extended to the McKee family circle on the death of Volunteer Seán Mckee who died 23 June. Mary Queen of the Gael pray for him. Deeply regretted by his friends and comrades in Belfast Brigade, Oglaigh na hÉireann.

McKEE. In proud memory of Seán McKee who died peacefully in hospital on 23 June. Sincere sympathy to the McKee family circle. Deeply regretted by Nicola and Martin Kelly and clan.

O'MAHONY. Deepest sympathy is extended to Tracey and Niall O'Mahony on the recent death of their grandmother. From Mick Nugent, Kieran Kiely and all Republican Prisoners in Castlerea Prison, Tadhg Barry SF Cumann; From Cork


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