2 February 2006 Edition

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Jan. 30th 1972: Fian Gerry Donaghy, Fianna Éireann; Feb. 1st 1975: Vol Seán Boyle, South Armagh Brigade; Feb. 1st 1981: Vol Peadar Mohan, Monaghan Brigade; Feb. 2nd 1981: Vol Liam Hannaway, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Battalion; Feb. 3rd 1973: Vol James Sloan, Belfast Brigade, 3rd Battalion; Feb. 3rd 1999: Vol Harry Burns, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Batt; Feb. 4th 1973: Vol James McCann, Belfast Brigade, 3rd Battalion; Feb. 4th 1973: Vol Tony Campbell, Belfast Brigade, 3rd Battalion; Feb. 4th 1992: Paddy Loughran, Sinn Féin; Feb. 4th 1992: Pat McBride, Sinn Féin; Feb 5th 1992: Vol Joseph MacManus, Sligo Brigade; Feb. 5th 1972: Vol Charles McCann, North Antrim Brigade; Feb. 5th 1972: Vol Phelim Grant, North Antrim Brigade. "Let no man write my epitaph, for as no man who knows my reasons has the courage to justify my deeds, I want my story to be unwritten until other men in other times can tell the truth. When my country takes her place among the nations of the world, them, and not till then... let my epitaph be written." -- Robert Emmet. Forever and always remembered by their many friends and comrades in the Republican Movement.

CONNOLLY, Josie (17th Ann). In memory of Volunteer Josie Connolly, killed in action on 6 February 1989. Always remembered by the Harvey/Connolly/ Shanahan SF Cumann, Aghyaran.

McBRIDE, Pat; LOUGHRAN, Paddy; O'DWYER, Michael (14th Ann). In proud and loving memory of Sinn Fein members Pat McBride and Paddy Loughran who, along with Michael O'Dwyer, were murdered by the RUC in the Sinn Fein advice centre on 4 February 1992. Always remembered by Sinn Féin Bun Na bhFál and the Falls Commemoration Committee.

McBRIDE, Pat (14th Ann). In proud and loving memory of our dear friend Pat who was killed, along with Paddy Loughran and Michael O'Dwyer, by the RUC on February 4, 1992. Ar dheis dé go raibh a n-anam uasal. Always remembered by Gerard and Anna.

McCANN, Charles; GRANT, Phelim (34th Ann). In proud and loving memory of Charles McCann and Phelim Grant who were killed on active service on 5 February 1972. From The McCann/Grant/Gallagher SF Cumann, Toomebridge, South Antrim Comhairle Ceantair Sinn Féin and the Counties Derry and Antrim Republican Graves Association.

MacMANUS, Joseph (14th Ann). In proud and loving memory of our dear son. Volunteer Joseph MacManus, who died in action on 5 February 1992. 'Grieve not for him. Speak not a word of sorrow although his eyes saw not his country's glory. The service of his day shall make our morrow. His name shall be a watchword in its story.' We love and miss you Joe. From Mum and Dad.

MacMANUS, Joseph (14th Ann). In proud and loving memory of my brother and comrade Volunteer Joseph MacManus, who died in action on 5 February 1992. 'One day I put it to all of you, lets fight together for a better world. You agreed and from that day on, we were brothers' -- Omar Cabezas. Always remembered with pride by your brother Chris.

MacMANUS, Joe (14th Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Joseph MacManus, Sligo Brigade, Oglaigh na hÉireann, killed on active service in Beleek, County Fermanagh. From his friend and comrade Noel, Corina and family.

MacMANUS, Joe (14th Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Joseph MacManus, Sligo Brigade, Oglaigh na hÉireann, killed on active service in Beleek, County Fermanagh. From Iris, Jim and family.

MacMANUS, Joseph (14th Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Joseph MacManus, who was killed in action in County Fermanagh on 5 February 1992. Always remembered by the Republican Movement, Sligo; By Sligo Comhairle Ceantair SF; By the Volunteer Joe MacManus Cumann, Sligo Town; By the Noble Six Cumann, Sligo Town; By the Father O'Flanagan Cumann, Sligo Town; By the West Sligo SF Cumann; By the Countess Markievicz Cumann, North Sligo; By the Coen/Savage Cumann, East Sligo; By the South Sligo SF Cumann.


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