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I nDíl Chuimhne

I nDíl Chuimhne

26 February 1978; Volunteer Paul DUFFY, Tyrone Brigade, 28 February 1986; Volunteer Tom McGILL, Belfast Brigade, 1st Batt, 29 February 1988; Volunteer Brendan BURNS, Volunteer Brendan MOLEY, South Armagh Brigade, 1 March 1983; Volunteer Eddie DYNES, North Armagh Brigade, 3 March 1991; Volunteer Noel WILKINSON, Volunteer John QUINN,  Volunteer Malcolm NUGENT, Volunteer Dwayne O’DONNELL, Tyrone Brigade, 4 March 1972; Volunteer Albert KAVANAGH, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Battalion.”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. Always remembered by the Republican Movement.
BURNS Brendan (19th Ann).  In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Brendan who died alongside his friend and comrade Brendan Moley on 29 February 1988.  “We hail with pride all those who died, our freedom to maintain, and raise the flag of Ireland on Ulster hills again.”  Never forgotten by Mary Moley and family, South Armagh.
BURNS, Jim and Harry (26th and 8th Ann). In proud and loving memories of our dear brothers Volunteer Jim ‘Skipper’ Burns murdered by pro-British death squads on 23 February 1981 and Volunteer Harry Burns who died 3 February 1999. Always in our thoughts and prayers. From their brothers and sisters and the Burns family circle, St James.
MOLEY, Brendan. (19th Ann).  In proud and loving memory of my son Volunteer Brendan, who died on active service on 29th February 1988.  “The years may pass and time goes by, but memories of you will never die.  To love and cherish and keep forever.”  Always remembered and sadly missed by your Mother.
MOLEY, Brendan. (19th Ann).  In proud and loving memory of our brother Volunteer Brendan, who died on 29 February 1988.  “This day is remembered and silently kept, no words are needed, we will never forget.”  Sadly missed by your sister Catriona, Michael, Brendan, Shane, Rian and Nicole.
MOLEY, Brendan. (19th Ann).  In proud and loving memory of our brother, Volunteer Brendan, who died on active service on 29 February 1988.  “No longer in our lives to share, but in our hearts you are always there.” Sadly missed by his sister Caroline, Paddy, Blaithin and Caoimhe.
MOLEY, Brendan. (19th Ann).  In proud and loving memory of our brother Volunteer Brendan who died on active service on 29th February 1988.  “May the green sod of the land he loved rest softly on his grave.” Never forgotten by his sister Jacinta, Martin and family.
MOLEY, Brendan. (19th Ann).  In proud and loving memory of our brother Volunteer Brendan who died on active service on 29th February 1988.  “Lay him away on the hillside, along with the brave and the bold.  Inscribe his name on the roll of fame in letters of purest gold.”  Always remembered by his sister Celine and Gerard.
MOLEY, Brendan. (19th Ann).  In proud and loving memory of our brother Volunteer Brendan who died on active service on 29 February 1988.  “How proud we were to know you, how sad now you are gone, a soldier true, farewell to you, one of Ireland’s finest sons.”  Always remembered by his brother Patrick, Susan, Pierce and Nora.
MOLEY, Brendan. (19th Ann).  In proud and loving memory of our brother Volunteer Brendan who died on active service on 29 February 1988.  “Be assured brave comrade though in heaven now you rest, you’ll never be forgotten, you were one of Ireland’s best.”  Always remembered by his brother Seamus and Erin.
MOLEY, Brendan. (19th Ann).  In proud and loving memory of our brother Volunteer Brendan Óglaigh na hÉireann, who died alongside his friend and comrade Brendan Burns on active service, 29 February 1988.  “The people of a nation may not voluntarily surrender their independence; they may not vote it away in the ballot box even under duress.” Mary MacSwiney.  Always remembered by his brother Aidan, Maureen, Ciara, Aoibheann, Conor and Brendan.
MOLEY, Brendan. (19th Ann).  In proud and loving memory of our uncle Volunteer Brendan who died on active service on 29 February 1988.  Never forgotten by Sinead, Hughie, Callum, Oisin, and Finnin.
MOLEY, Brendan. (19th Ann). In proud and loving memory of our uncle Vol. Brendan who died on active service on 29 February 1988.  Sadly missed by Declan and Anne-Marie.
MOLEY, Brendan, BURNS, Brendan.(19th Ann) South Armagh Óglaigh na hÉireann, died on active service for the cause of Irish freedom on 29 February 1988. Always remembered by the Charlie McGlade Sinn Féin Cumann, Drimnagh, Dublin.
NUGENT, Malcolm, O’Donnell, Dwayne, QUINN John. (16th Ann) 3 March 1991, East Tyrone Brigade Óglaigh na hÉireann. Always remembered with love and pride by Dungannon Martyrs Sinn Féin Cumann.
O’BRIEN. Ed. (11th Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Ed O’ Brien, Wexford Brigade, who died in London on 18 February 1996 for the cause of Irish freedom. Remembered by Stephen and Agnes Mc Cann, Trillick, Co. Tyrone.
WILKINSON, Noel. (16th Ann). 2 March 1991, Tyrone Brigade Óglaigh na hÉireann. Always remembered with love and pride by the Dungannon Martyrs Sinn Féin Cumann.

Comhbhrón

WALSH, Mossey. Deepest sympathy is extended to Simon and all the Walsh family on the sudden death of his father Mossey, From Jim O’Donovan Micheál Hennessy and Cork Sinn Féin.
DOWLING, Des. Sincere sympathy to Brian Dowling and family on the death of his father from the staff of 58 Parnell Square.
DOWLING, Des. Sincere sympathy to Brian Dowling and family on the death of his father Des. From Seán Mac Brádaigh.


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