25 January 2007 Edition

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I nDíl Chuimhne agus Comhbhrón

I nDíl Chuimhne

26 January 1972: Volunteer Peter McNULTY, South Down Command, 26 January 1985: Volunteer Mick TIMOTHY, Dublin 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”. Liam Mellows. From the Republican Movement.

DUGGAN, Mick (5 Ann). In memory of Mick Duggan and also remembering his wife Kathleen. Never forgotten by the Seamus Gibson and family.

HERITY, William (2nd Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Billy Herity who died 28 January 2005.  A lifetime dedicated to the cause of Irish freedom.  Remembered always and sadly missed  by Maureen, Aidan  and family, and your comrades in South Armagh.

KELLY, ‘Bap’ John (32nd Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer John ‘Bap’ Kelly D coy 2nd Batt, Belfast Brigade Óglaigh na hÉireann who died on active service on 21 January1975 along with his comrade Volunteer John Stone. Always remembered by Falls Commemoration Committee and Sinn Féin Bun na bhfál.

STONE, John (32nd Ann) in proud and loving memory of my dear son Óglach John Stone, B Company, 2nd Battalion Óglaigh na hÉireann.who died on action 21 January 1975.  “We who hold his (Wolfe Tone) principles believe that any movement which would successfully grapple with the problem of national freedom must draw its inspiration not from the mouldering records of the past, but from the glowing hopes of the living present, the vast possibilities of the mighty future.” - James Connolly.  Also his comrade John ‘Bap’ Kelly.  Always remembered with love and pride by your mother Mary Anne.

STONE, John (32nd Ann) in proud and loving memory of my dear brother Óglach John Stone, B Company, 2nd Battalion Óglaigh na hÉireann.  Who died on action 21 January 1975.  “If they aren’t able to destroy the desire for freedom, they won’t break you. They won’t break me because the desire for freedom and the freedom of the Irish people is in my heart. The day will dawn when all the people of Ireland will have the desire for freedom to show. It is then we’ll see the rising of the moon”. - Bobby Sands   Also his comrade John ‘Bap’ Kelly, D Company Belfast Brigade.  Remembered always with love and pride by your brother Fra.

STONE, John. (32nd Ann) in proud and loving memory of my brother Vol. John Stone. 2nd Bat. Belfast Brigade, who died in action 21 January 1975.  Life springs from death and from the graves of patriot men and women spring living nations.  Also his comrade John ‘Bap’ Kelly, D Company Belfast Brigade.  Always remembered with pride and sorrow by his sister Kathleen, nephews Michael, Maria and son Eoin, Aaron, Ann Marie, Aíne, Ryan and Orlaith.

TIMOTHY, Mick. (21st Ann) in proud and loving memory of  our former editor Vol. Mick Timothy. Always by the staff of An Phoblacht.

 

 

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LUMSDEN, Ronnie. Deepest sympathy to Eric on the death of his father. From Garrett Mooney.


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