11 August 2005 Edition
Fógraí na bPoblachtánach - Republican notices
I nDíl Chuimhne
Aug. 8th 1981: Vol Thomas McElwee, Long Kesh; Aug. 8th 1984: Vol Brendan Watters, Newry Brigade; Aug. 8th 1996: Vol. Malachy Watters, South Armagh Brigade; Aug. 9th 1970: Vol Jimmy Steele, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Battalion; Aug. 9th 1971: Vol Patrick McAdorey, Belfast Brigade, 3rd Battalion; Aug. 9th 1972: Vol Colm Murtagh, Newry Brigade; Aug. 9th 1977: Fian Paul McWilliams, Fianna Éireann; Aug. 9th 1986: Vol Patrick O'Hagan, Derry Brigade; Aug. 10th 1976: Vol Danny Lennon, Belfast Brigade, 1st Batt; Aug. 11th 1971: Vol Séamus Simpson, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Battalion; Aug. 11th 1972: Vol Anne Parker, Cumann na mBan, Belfast; Aug. 11th 1972: Vol Michael Clarke, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Battalion; Aug. 11th 1973: Vol Gerard McGlynn, Tyrone Brigade; Aug. 11th 1973: Vol Séamus Harvey, Tyrone Brigade; Aug. 12th 1991: Pádraig O Seanacháin, Sinn Féin; Aug. 12th 1996: Vol Jimmy Roe, Belfast Brigade, 1st Batt; Aug. 14th 1974: Vol Paul Magorrian, South Down Command. "I have served the Republic faithfully, and my death, as well as that of my brother, a victim like myself, and condemned in the same manner about a month ago, will sufficiently prove it... I have sacrificed for the Republic all that man holds dearest - my wife, my children, my liberty, my life." - Theobald Wolfe Tone. Remembered by their many friends and comrades in the Republican Movement.
HARVEY, Séamus (32nd Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Séamus Harvey, killed on active service on 10 August 1973, alongside his comrade Gerard McGlynn. They will always be remembered by the Harvey/Connolly/Shanaghan SF Cumann, Aghyaran.
McAULEY, Gerard (36th Ann). In proud and loving memory of my son, Fian Gerard McAuley, who was murdered on 15 August 1969. Our Lady of Lourdes pray for him. If memories keep us together then we are never far apart, for those precious years we shared together I keep within my heart. Always loved and sadly missed by his loving mother Nellie and family circle.
McCRUDDEN, Bobby (33rd Ann).In proud and loving memory of our dear brother Volunteer Bobby McCrudden, B Coy, 2nd Batt, Belfast Brigade Oglaigh Na hÉireann, who was killed in action by British crown forces on 3 August 1972. RIP. Also at this time we remember with love and pride our brother Joe former Adj, B Coy, 2nd Batt, Belfast Brigade, Oglaigh Na hÉireann. RIP. The necessity for war and its tragedies now consigned to our historical past. Our path enlightened we march onward, no more in dark shadows cast. Rest easy with all your comrades who fought bravely to the last, never to be forgotten, memory held steadfast. Proudly and fondly remembered by Seány and Philomena, Barbara, Isobelle, Rosemary, Rita and Colin, Colum, Kevin and all his nephews and nieces.
SHANAGHAN, Patrick (14th Ann). In memory of Patrick Shanaghan, murdered on 12 August 1991. Proudly remembered by the Harvey/Connolly/ Shanaghan SF Cumann, Aghyaran.
PARKER, Anne (33rd Ann). Died 11 August 1972. A special day another year, a loving thought. A silent tear, a little prayer to keep in touch. When the one we love and miss so much, you always has a smile to share, a laugh, a joke and time to share and if we could visit heaven on this your special day Anne. Maybe for a moment the pain would go away. Sadly missed by your brother Martin, wife and sons, Dublin.
PARKER, Anne; CLARKE, Michael (33rd Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteers Michael Clarke and Ann Parke, killed on active service on 11 August 1972. St Jude pray for them. Never forgotten by Eilish McGettigan and family, Shannon, County Clare.
CARAHER. Francie 17 July 2005. In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Francie Caraher, South Armagh Brigade, Oglaigh na hÉireann. Sadly missed by your brother Peter John, Mary, nephews and nieces. Gone but not forgotten.
CARAHER. Francie 17 July 2005. In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Francie Caraher, South Armagh Brigade, Oglaigh na hÉireann. Remembered now and always by Tommy and Rose McMahon, Carrickmacross.
CARAHER. Francie 17 July 2005. In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Francie Caraher, South Armagh Brigade, Oglaigh na hÉireann. Ar dheis lámh Dé go raibh a anam uasal. From the Barney Morris/Séamus Harvey Sf Cumann, Crossmaglen; From his friends and comrades in South Armagh Brigade, Oglaigh na hÉireann; From Newry/Mourne and Armagh Comhairle Ceantair; Always remembered Michael McVerry SF Cumann, Cullyhanna; Always remembered by the Jim Lochrie SF Cumann, Dromintee; the Francis Jordan SF Cumann, Jonsboro; From SF South Monaghan.
DESMOND. Deepest sympathy is extended to the family and friends of John Desmond of East Cork, who died recently. From Walter Nagle and the Republican Prisoners, Castlerea.
HORAN. Deepest sympathy is extended to Emmet Horan and family at the recent loss of his brother Roy. From the Republican Prisoners, Castlerea; Cllr Annette Spillane and Donie Desmond.
O'BRIEN. Deepest sympathy is extended to the family and friends of Margaret O'Brien of East Cork, who died recently. From Walter Nagle and the Republican Prisoners, Castlerea.
WHITE. Deepest sympathy to Teresa White on the death of her husband Paddy White. From the staff of An Phoblacht/Republican News; From the James Connolly SF Cumann, Ballyfermot.
WHITE. Deepest sympathy to Teresa White on the death of her husband Paddy White. From Aengus O Snodaigh TD; From Cllr Tony Smithers; From Pat Hannon; From Mick Finnegan.
BIRTHDAY GREETINGS to Niall Binéad (Portlaoise) and Walter Nagle (Castlerea). All the best from Mary, Buncrana, Donegal.
Donegal SF Lotto
Winning numbers 3 August: 6,17,19,23. 5 match 3 numbers in €20. Pat Gallagher, Brimlick; Pete Gillespie, Gillespie Pub, Derrybeg; Josie Boyce, Tullagh; Margaret Harkin, Ballymore, Dunfanaghy; One winner, Care of Buncrana; One winner, Care of Moville. Jackpot €550
Sth Mon SF Members' Weekly Draw
Winning numbers: 2,3,8,12. No Jackpot winner. 5 x €20 winners: Peter McDonald, Inniskeen. Debbie Doyle, Newry. Steven Finnegan, Drogheda. Eileen Boylan, Carrickmacross. H Flanagan, Carrickmacross. Next weeks jackpot: €2,900
Sth Derry Republican Draw
Week 24 Results: 1st Prize: Number 2392, £300, M Convery (Bellaghy); 2nd, 957, £100 M McGarvey (Maghera); 3rd: 1246, £50, M Kearney (Bellaghy); 4th, 1372, £50, J Graffen (Bellaghy)