19 January 2006 Edition

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I nDíl Chuimhne

Jan. 16th 1972: Fian Eamon McCormick, Fianna Éireann; Jan. 16th 1977: Vol Séamus Harvey, South Armagh Brigade; Jan. 17th 1980: Vol Kevin Delaney, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Battalion; Jan. 18th 1973: Vol Francis Liggett, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Battalion; Jan. 18th 1978: Vol Jackie McMahon, Belfast Brigade, 3rd Battalion; Jan. 20th 1975: Vol Kevin Coen, Sligo Brigade; Jan. 21st 1975: Vol John Kelly , Belfast Brigade, 2nd Battalion; Jan. 21st 1975: Vol John Stone, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Battalion. "Life springs from death and from the graves of dead patriot men and women spring living nations." - PH Pearse. Always remembered with love and pride by their many friends and comrades in the Republican Movement.

DONNELLY, Frankie; MONTGOMERY, Lawrence (27th Ann). In memory of Volunteers Frankie Donnelly and Lawrence Montgomery, who died on 5 January 1979. From Frankie Fennell.

HARVEY, Séamus (29th Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Séamus Harvey, 2nd Batt, Crossmaglen, Oglaigh na hÉireann, killed in action on 15 January 1977. Always remembered by the Barney Morris SF Cumann.

KELLY, John (31st Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer John (Bap) Kelly, D Coy, Belfast Brigade, Oglaigh na hÉireann, who was killed, along with his comrade Volunteer John Stone, on active service on 21 January 1975. Thúg siad gach rud ar son muintir na hÉireann. Always remembered by Sinn Féin Bun na bhFál and Falls Commemoration Committee.

STONE, John (31st Ann) in proud and loving memory of my dear son Óglach John Stone, B Coy, 2nd Batt, Oglaigh na hÉireann, who died on action on 21 January 1975. "The great object of my life has been the independence of my country; for that I have sacrificed every thing that is most dear to man." — Theobald Wolfe Tone. Also his comrade John 'Bap' Kelly. Always remembered with love and pride by your mother Mary Anne.

STONE, John (31st Ann) in proud and loving memory of my dear brother Óglach John Stone, B Coy, 2nd Batt, Oglaigh na hÉireann, who died on action on 21 January 1975. "They will not criminalise us, rob us of our true identity, steal our individualism, depoliticise us, churn us out as systemised, institutionalised, decent law-abiding robots. Never will they label our liberation struggle as criminal. I am amazed at British logic. Never in eight centuries have they succeeded in breaking the spirit of one man who refused to be broken. They have not dispirited, conquered, nor demoralised my people, nor will they ever." — Bobby Sands. Also his comrade John 'Bap' Kelly, D Company Belfast Brigade. Remembered always with love and pride by your wee bro Francis.

STONE, John (31st Ann.) In proud and loving memory of my brother Volunteer John Stone, 2nd Batt, Belfast Brigade, who died in action on 21 January 1975. Your name is always mentioned our thoughts are with you still. You haven't been forgotten and you never will, no more tomorrows for us to share but yesterdays memories are always there. Also his comrade John 'Bap' Kelly, D Company Belfast Brigade. Always remembered with pride and sorrow by his sister Kathleen, nephews Michael and son Eoin, Seán, Deirdre, Paula and Seán Óg, Aaron, Ann Marie, Aíne, Ryan and Orlaith

Comhbhrón

DORIS. Deepest sympathy to the Doris family, Coalisland, on the sudden death of Brendan on 12 January. From Paddy and all the McGivern family, Dundalk

DORIS. Deepest sympathy is extended to the Doris family, Coalisland, on the sudden death of Brendan on 12 January. From Katrina, Seán and all the Kelly family, Dundalk.

GRIFFEN. (Youghal, County Cork) Deepest sympathy is extended to Eileen and Jerry Griffin brothers Eric, Trevor and Fergus, Grandfather Paddy, Girlfriend Kate, on the recent death of Jeremy, From Kieran Kiely and Linda Monahan.

McNAMARA. Deepest sympathy is extended to George and Alice McNamara and all the family on the recent death of their son Lee. From Ed and Jackie Connolly and the Tadhg Barry Cumann Cork.

Buíochas

TO the Tony Gormley SF Cumann, Killeeshil. We the Gormley family extend sincere gratitude to Killeeshil SF who arranged an event recently at Quinn's Corner to mark the centenary of SF. We wish to thank all the organisers of the event especially Brendan Donaghy, Gerard McDonald, Seán McGuigan, Bronywn McGahan, Michelle Gildernew and Danny Morrison, Arthur Rafferty, who made presentations to our parents Anthony and Marie. Also anyone who bought tickets. Best wishes for 2006. Anthony and Annie Gormley, Marie, Eilish, Cathal and Roisín.


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