14 July 2005 Edition
I ndíl chuimhne
July 13th 1981: Vol Martin Hurson, Long Kesh; July 13th 1984: Vol William Price, Tyrone Brigade; July 14th 1972: Vol Louis Scullion, Belfast Brigade, 3rd Battalion; July 15th 1972: Vol James Reid, Belfast Brigade, 3rd Battalion; July 16th 1972: Fian Tobias Molloy, Fianna Éireann; July 17th 1976: Vol Patrick Cannon, Dublin Brigade; July 17th 1976: Vol Peter McElcar, Donegal Brigade. "Many suffer so that some day all Irishmen may know justice and peace. Many die fighting oppression so that future generations may live in freedom and prosperity. All of us must pay the price of freedom in some way." - Bobby Sands. Remembered always by their many friends and comrades in the Republican Movement.
CANNON, Patrick (29th Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Pat Cannon, Dublin Brigade, Oglaigh na hÉireann, who died on active service on 17 July 1976, alongside his comrade Peter McElcar. Remembered by the Dublin Brigade, Oglaigh na hÉireann; By Sinn Féin Atha Cliath.
HURSON, Martin (24th Ann). In proud and honoured memory of Volunteer Martin Hurson, who died on hunger strike in Long Kesh. From Martin Hurson/Joe MacManus Cumann, Longford.
HURSON, Martin (24th Ann). In honoured memory of Volunteer Martin Hurson who gave his life for Irish freedom on hunger strike in Long Kesh. His sacrifice and that of his comrades will live forever in the hearts of the Gael. From Councillor Jimmy McDonnell, Longford.
HIGHSTEAD, Derek (29th Ann). In proud ande loving memory of Derek Highstead, who died on 16 July 1976. Always remembered with pride by the Casement/Highstead/Kelly Cumann, Maghera; Ballinascreen Sinn Féin; Connoly/Highes/McElwee Cumann, Bellaghy; Thomas McElwee Cumann, Greenlough; Fergal O'Hanlon/John Davey Cumann, Lavey; Magherafelt Cumann; Seamus Steele Cumann, Newbridge; Robert Emmett/Mickey McEldowney Cumann, Slaughhtneil; McCusker/McMillan/O'Hagan Cumann, Swatragh and the Counties Derry and Antrim Republican Graves Association.
PRICE, William (21st Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer William Price, East Tyrone Brigade, Oglaigh na hÉireann, who was killed on active service on 13 July 1984. Always remembered with love and pride by the Duffy/Ryan SF Cumann.
TOOLIN, Terry (33rd Ann). In proud and loving memory of my dear daddy, Volunteer Terry Toolin, murdered by the British army on 13 July 1972. Ireland lost a brave son, we lost a loving dad. You are always loved and missed by your loving daughter Gemma, grandsons Paul and Brendan Di Lucia and partners Frank, Aine and Margaret.
TOOLIN, Terry (33rd Ann). In proud and loving memory of my dear daddy, Volunteer Terry Toolin, murdered by the British army on 13 July 1972. I never got to know you but the memories you left me make me feel so proud. Always loved by your son Martin, Siobhan and grandchildren Sammy Jo and Pearse.
CARUTHERS. Deepest sympathy to the extended family of the late Jack Caruthers, Millbrook, Clones, County Monaghan, especially his wife Sissy son Seán and daughter Máire. From the Officers and Members of the Hugh Mac Cooey SF Cumann, Scotshouse County Monaghan.
DONNELLY. Deepest sympathy is extended to Dino and family on the death of his mother. Deeply regretted by Alex and Pat, Belfast.
CARMICHAEL. Get well soon Dessie. From Noel and Mary, Ringsend.
CONGRATULATIONS to Martin and Joanne on the birth of their baby girl Isobel Kathleen. From Nicola and Paul; Ronnie and Linda; From Mick and Carol Finnegan; From Niamh Finnegan; From Christy and Adrian Finnegan; From the Editor and Staff of An Phoblacht/Republican News.