1 June 2006 Edition
I nDíl Chuimhne
31 May 1986: Vol Philip McFADDEN, Derry Brigade, 3 June 1974: Vol Michael GAUGHAN, (Parkhurst Prison) England, 3 June 1991: Vol Lawrence McNALLY, Vol Pete RYAN, Vol Tony DORIS, Tyrone Brigade, 4 June 1975: Vol Francis JORDAN, South Armagh Brigade, 4 June 1978: Vol Henry HEANEY, Long Kesh, 4 June 1991: Vol Danny McCAULEY, Tyrone Brigade. "The Republic stands for truth and honour. For all that is noblest in our race. By truth and honour, principle and sacrifice alone will Ireland be free".
FULLERTON, Eddie. (15th Ann). In proud and loving memory of Eddie. Buncrana Sinn Fein Cllr on Buncrana and Donegal County Councils, brutally murdered by pro-British forces. We think about you quietly with pride we speak your name. Though life goes on without you, it will never be the same. So many things have happened, we wanted you to share so many times, we needed you and wished that you were there. We have all of our memories of you to treasure and at times we share them when we're all together. Loved and missed by your loving wife Diana, sons and daughters, in-laws and grandchildren.
McILHONE, Jackie ( 34th Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Jackie McIlhone who died 28 May 1972. A thought, a smile when I think of you, a prayer before I sleep and always a place within my heart where I silently weep. So let the stars be your candles and keep them burning bright so when I look to heaven I'll know that you're still alright. Always loved and deeply missed by your sister Rita and family.
McILHONE, Jackie ( 34th Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Jackie McIlhone killed in action 28 May 1972. Somewhere beyond the rainbow where loved ones die. You sleep in a beautiful garden beneath gods golden sky. May the winds of love blow gently and whisper in your ear that I will always miss you and wish that you were here. Always loved and missed by your Brother Thomas wife Anne and family.
McILHONE, Jackie ( 34th Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Jackie McIlhone killed in action 28 May 1972. Memory lane is a lovely place where thoughts are warm and true. We travel down it all the time just to be with you. Always loved and deeply missed by your brother Pat sister Sheila and Families.
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