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I nDíl Chuimhne agus Comhbrón

“Life springs from death and from the graves of patriot men and women spring living nations.” – Pádraig Mac Piarais

I nDíl Chuimhne

1 April 1980: Volunteer Robert CARR, Newry Brigade.

2 April 1987: Volunteer Laurence MARLEY, Belfast Brigade, 3rd Battalion.

2 April 1992: Danny CASSIDY, Sinn Féin.

4 April 1971: Volunteer Tony HENDERSON, Belfast Brigade, 1st Battalion.

4 April 1989: Volunteer Gerard CASEY, North Antrim Brigade.

4 April 1994 Volunteer John O’RAWE, Belfast Brigade, 1st Battalion.

5 April 1976: Volunteer Seán McDERMOTT, Belfast Brigade, 1st Battalion.

7 April 1972: Volunteer Samuel HUGHES, Volunteer Charles McCRYSTAL, Volunteer John McERLEAN. Belfast Brigade, 3rd Battalion.

8 April 1996: Volunteer Eugene MARTIN, South Armagh Brigade.

9 April 1974: Volunteer Daniel BURKE, Belfast Brigade, 1st Battalion.

10 April 1991: Volunteer Colum MARKS, South Down Command.

12 April 1973: Volunteer Edward O’RAWE, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Battalion.

15 April 1976:  Volunteer Peter CLEARY, South Armagh Brigade.

17 April 1973:  Volunteer Brian SMYTH, Belfast Brigade, 3rd Battalion.

17 April 1977: Volunteer Trevor McKIBBIN, Belfast Brigade, 3rd Battalion.

21 April 1984: Volunteer Richard QUIGLEY, Derry Brigade.

23 April 1977: Volunteer Brendan O’CALLAGHAN, Belfast Brigade, 1st Battalion.

24 April 1974: Jim MURPHY, Sinn Féin.

25 April 1979: Volunteer Billy CARSON, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Battalion.

26 April 1975 Volunteer Noel LAFFERTY, Tyrone Brigade.

26 April 1986 Volunteer Séamus McELWAIN, South Fermanagh Brigade.

Always remembered by the Republican Movement

KELLY, Frank; KELLY, Bill; KELLY, James. In loving memory of Volunteer Frank Kelly, Bill Kelly and James Kelly. They were brothers who loved their country and their family. Sadly missed by all the Kelly family.

KELLY, Jimmy. In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Jimmy Kelly, South Derry Brigade, Óglaigh na hÉireann. Murdered by pro-British agents on 25 March 1993. We think about you often and talk about you still. Always remembered by your father, brother and sisters.

KELLY, Jimmy. In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Jimmy Kelly, South Derry Brigade, Óglaigh na hÉireann. Murdered by British death squads on 25 March 1993. Always remembered by the McPeake family, Tullyheron, Maghera.

MURRAY, Mick. In loving memory of Volunteer Mick Murray who died 7 March 1999. Always remembered, never forgotten. From the Murtagh family, Seán Teeling and Ciarán Murtagh.

Comhbrón

TIMMONS. Deepest sympathy is extended to Geri Timmons on the death of her son. From Noeleen and Dixie.

TIMMONS. Deepest sympathy is extended to Geri Timmons on the passing of her son. From Brian Dowling.

TIMMONS. Condolences are extended to Geri Timmons and her family on the passing of her son. From your Comrades in the McCabe/Quigley Sinn Féin Cumann, Ballymun.

TIMMONS. Deepest sympathies are extended to Geri Timmons on the passing of your son. From Ann and Eamonn.

TIMMONS. Deepest sympathies are extended to Geri Timmons on the sad passing of her son. From all the staff at An Phoblacht.

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