18 May 2006 Edition

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I nDíl Chuimhne

15 May 1971: Vol Billy REID, Belfast Brigade, 3rd Battalion, 16 May 1973: Vol Joseph McKENNA, 2nd Battalion, Belfast Brigade, 17 May 1973: Vol Thomas O'DONNELL, GHQ Staff, 17 May 1976: Vol Jim GALLAGHER, Derry Brigade, 18 May 1973Vol Francis RICE, South Down Command, 18 May 1973: Vol Sean McKEE, Belfast Brigade, 3rd Battalion, 21 May 1981: Vol Raymond McCREESH, Long Kesh, Vol Patsy O'HARA (INLA), Long Kesh. 21 May 1994: Vol Martin DOHERTY, Dublin Brigade. For all that is noblest in our race. By truth and honour, principle and sacrifice alone will Ireland be free"-Liam Mellows. Remembered with love and pride by their many friends and comrades in the Republic Movement.

DOHERTY, Martin (11th Ann) In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Martin (Doco) Doherty, Óglaigh na hÉireann. Think of him as living in the hearts of those he touched, for nothing loved is ever lost. 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 tomorrow. From Ann and Caroline.

DOHERTY, Martin (11th Ann) In proud and loving memory of my brother Volunteer Martin 'Doco' Doherty, Dublin Brigade, Oglaigh na hÉireann, who was killed by loyalists at the Widow Scallan's pub, on 21 May 1994. As near as a heartbeat, as close as a prayer, whenever we need you, you will always by there. You're just a memory or part of the past, you're our to remember as long as life lasts. Proudly remembered by his brother Ben and Bernie.

DOHERTY, Martin. In proud memory of Vol Martin Doherty. From Pat Bell and family

DOHERTY, Martin. In proud memory of Vol Martin Doherty from the Charlie Mc Glade Cumann, Drimnagh; the James Connolly Cumann Ballyfermot; the Logue/Marley Cumann Crumlin and the Joe Clarke Cumann South Dublin Inner City.

DOHERTY, Martin. In proud memory of Vol Martin Doherty from Aengus, Aisling and family.

McCREESH, Raymond. In Proud and loving memory of Vol Raymond McCreesh who died on hunger strike in the H Blocks of Long Kesh on the 21st May 1981 after 61 day of Hunger Strike, Always remembered by, The Republican movement Munster, Cork Sinn Féin, West Cork Comhairle Ceantair, East Cork Comhairle Ceantair, Bandon Sinn Féin and the Cork H Block Armagh Committee 1981

McCREESH, Raymond. In proud memory of Vol. Raymond McCreesh, I.R.A. Volunteer, Political Prisoner who died on Hunger Strike in the H-Blocks of Long Kesh on 21st May 1981. "The fools, the fools! They have left us our Fenian dead, and while Ireland holds these graves, Ireland unfree shall never be at peace", Pádraig Pearse. Proudly remembered by Sinn Féin Iarthair Chorcaí

O'HARA, Patsy. In proud memory of Vol. Patsy O' Hara, INLA Volunteer, Political Prisoner who died on Hunger Strike in the H-Blocks of Long Kesh on 21st May 1981. "Believing that the British government has no right in Ireland, never had any right in Ireland, and never can have any right in Ireland, the presence, in any one generation of Irish men, or even a respectable minority, ready to die to affirm that truth, makes the government forever a usurpation and a crime against human progress", James Connolly. Proudly remembered by Sinn Féin Iarthair Chorcaí

O'HARA, Patsy. In Proud and loving memory of Vol Patsy O'Hara who died on hunger strike in the H Blocks of Long Kesh on the 21st May 1981 after 61 days of Hunger Strike. Always remembered by, The Republican movement Munster, Cork Sinn Féin, West Cork Comhairle Ceantair, East Cork Comhairle Ceantair, Bandon Sinn Féin and the Cork H Block Armagh Committee 1981

Comhbhrón

HEGGARTY, Colm. Sincere sympathy is extended to Claire and daughters Susan and Brigid and the entire Heggarty family circle on the death of their husband and father Colm, former PRO of John Davey Cumann, Glenarm. May he rest in peace. Deeply regretted by the North Antrim Sinn Féin Comhairle Ceantair; John Davey Cumann, Glenarm and the Kieran Nugent Cumann, Carnlough.

McILWRATH, Eddie. Deepest sympathy is extended to our friend and comrade Paula on the death of her father, Eddie who died 13 May 2006. To live on in the hearts of those left behind is not to die. From Peadar, John, Louise, Thomas and Seamus.

McILWRATH, Eddie. Deepest sympathy is extended to our friend and comrade Paula on the death of her father, Eddie who died 13 May 2006. Mary Queen of the Gael pray for him. From the staff at An Phoblacht.

SMULLEN, Deepest sympathy to the family of Cathleen Smullen (Nee Farrell), Cathleen. of Coosan, Athlone, who died peacefully recently. From Sinn Féin Cuige Laighean.

ELLIOT, Ba mhaith le Daithi agus Seán, SF Connacht-Uladh chomhbhrón a dhéanamh le Des Elliot le bás a mháthar.

Buíochas

THE FAMILY OF Nan O'Hara would like to thank those republicans who ensured that Nan was buried as any republican should be with her coffin draped with the National flag. It is with great pride that I, her son Michael, accepted the flag on behalf of our extended family. My sister Anne our deceased brother Gerry and father 'Rust'. My wife Therese. All of Nan's grandchildren and great grandchildren. We will cherish it as our family's greatest treasure and on that sure and certain day when the flag that Joe McKelvey loved will wave from shore to shore, one of our family will unfurl my mother's flag to join it.


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