24 November 2005 Edition

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I nDíl Chuimhne

Nov 25th 1992: Vol Pearse Jordan, 1st Batt, Belfast Brigade; Nov 26th 1973: Vol Desmond Morgan, Tyrone Brigade. "We die that the Irish nation may live. Our blood will rebaptise and reinvigorate the old land." -- Seán Mac Diarmada. Always remembered with love and pride by their comrades in the Republican Movement.

BLACK, Patricia (14th Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Patricia Black, Belfast Brigade, Oglaigh na hÉireann, who died in action 15 November 1991. I remember the day so clearly, when we were all sitting around having a chat. You cut a piece of your hair and handed it to me Tricia and we joked about it, never realising that a couple of days later I would receive the devastating news that you had been killed. I'll never get over it Tricia. It's a never ending heartache. You were so young love and so brave, you believed so deeply in the cause you were fighting for, you paid the ultimate piece Tricia, I hope it wasn't in vain. Mary Queen of the Gael pray for her. Love and missed beyond compare by your loving Mum. XXX.

BLACK, Patricia (14th Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Patricia Black, Belfast Brigade, Oglaigh na hÉireann, who died in action 15 November 1991. Fourteen years have past since I seen you walk out the front door Tricia. Fourteen years since I last heard your voice. Fourteen years since I seen your smile and it still seems like yesterday. At the age of 18 years, you took the war to England, so brave and determined, to free your people. You were the last woman to die for the cause. May your death help free us from British rule. I miss and love you so much brave soldier. Till we meet again Tricia, in my heart you will always stay. Also remembering your comrade Frankie Ryan. God bless. Your loving brother Peter and nephew Caolan. Sleep well brave soldier.

BLACK, Patricia (14th Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Patricia Black, Belfast Brigade, Oglaigh na hÉireann, who died in action 15 November 1991. Fourteen years have past since I seen you walk out the front door Tricia. The seasons come and they go and days, months and years go by. There is not a day goes by that I do not think of that unfortunate cold November night, when you and your comrade, Frankie Ryan, made the ultimate sacrifice and died for Ireland's freedom, to rid it of British rule. Hopefully when we meet again Ireland will be free and I will see that loving smile. Always loving and thinking of you and missing you so much. Never had a man or a woman a grander cause, never was a cause so grandly served. In our thoughts and hearts , your brother Liam, partner Trisha and nephews Darragh and Liam. Sleep well brave soldier and God bless.

GREEN, Connie (50th Ann). In proud and loving memory of my dear brother and our uncle Connie, who was killed on active service by the RUC on 26 November 1955. It was a November morning you heard the gentle call, And taking the hand of Jesus you quietly left us all. Always remembered by your brother Paddy sister-in law, Maureen and all your nieces and nephews in Derry.

JOHNSTON, Jerry (7th Ann). 30 November. In proud and loving memory of our friend and colleague Jerry. From all your comrades in the Sinn Féin Siopa & Oifig, Monaghan & O'Hanlon/McMahon/Lynagh SF Cumann, Monaghan Town.

MARLEY, Michael (32nd Ann). In proud and loving memory of Fian Michael Marley, D Coy, Belfast Brigade Oglaigh na hÉireann, who gave his life for Ireland on 24 November 1973. I measc laochra na nGael a raibh sé. Always remembered by Sinn Féin Bun na bhFál and the Falls Commemoration Committee.

RYAN, Frankie (14th Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Frankie Ryan Belfast Brigade, Oglaigh Na hÉireann who died in action on 15 November 1991. Will those of you who think of him today a little prayer to Jesus say. Mary Queen of the Gael pray for him. Marie Black and Family.

RYAN , Frankie (14th Ann ). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Frankie Ryan who died on active service 15 November 1991. Silent memories keep you near as time unfolds another year. Sadly missed by Theresa.

RYAN, Liam (16th Ann). In loving memory of Liam Ryan, murdered by British death squads on 29 November 1989. Always remembered with Love and pride, Geraldine and Declan.

Comhbhrón

BURKE. Deepest sympathy to Councillor Christy Burke on the death of his mother. From the Republican Movement, Baile Atha Cliath; From Sinn Féin Atha Cliath.

BURKE. Deepest sympathy to Christy Burke on the death of his mother. From the O'Malley/Russell SF Cumann, North Inner City; From the Barry/Connolly SF Cumann, Stoneybatter; From the Carroll/Ashe SF Cumann, Cabra; From the Dublin Central SF Election Directorate; From the staff of An Phoblacht.

BURKE. Deepest sympathy to Christy Burke on the death of his mother. From the Sinn Féin Councillors' Group, Dublin City Council.

BURKE. Deepest sympathy to Christy and all the Burke family on the death of their mother and grandmother. From Dave Fennell and Siobhán Curran.

BURKE. Sincere sympathy is extended to Christy and the Burke family on the death of their mother. From Nicky Kehoe; Tony O'Flaherty; From Derek Sweetman and family.

BURKE. Deepest sympathy to Councillor Christy Burke and all the Burke family on the death of their mother and grandmother. From Ciarán Heaphey.

BURKE. Deepest sympathy is extended to Councillor Christy Burke on the death of his mother. From Seán Brady.

BYRNE. Sincere sympathy is extended to Frank and family on the death of Christy. From Cabra SF; From Nicky Kehoe; From Derek Sweetman and family.

CRANE (McMULLAN). Deepest sympathy is extended to Oliver and the McMullan family on the death their mother Olive. From his colleague Monica Digney

CRANE (McMULLAN). Deepest sympathy is extended to Oliver and the McMullan family on the death their mother Olive. From North Antrim Comhairle Ceantair, SF; From Bannside SF Cumann.

FARRELL. Sincere sympathy is extended to the Farrell family on the death of their father John and their brother. From Nicky Kehoe; From Brian and Bernie Ahern; From Mick Finnegan; From Tony O'Flaherty; From Derek Sweetman and family.

MacCARNEY. The officers and members of the Hugh Mac Cooey Cumann, Sinn Féin, Scotshouse, County Monaghan, wish to extend their deepest sympathy on the death of Margaret Ciss‚ MacCarney, to husband Paddy, son Gerry, grandson Fergal and extended family. Margaret ‚Ciss‚, who departed to her eternal reward in this the 92nd year of life will be sadly missed by all who knew this much loved and valued member of our community. Suaimhneas na bhFhlaitheas da anam dílis.

GIBNEY. Deepest sympathy is extended to the Gibney family on the loss of their mother. From Ronnie and Linda O'Brien.

PAGET. Deepest sympathy is extended to the Paget family on the loss of their brother. From Ronnie and Linda O'Brien.


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