5 April 2007 Edition

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Notices

I nDíl Chuimhne

1 April 1980, Volunteer Robert CARR, Newry Brigade, 2 April 1987 Volunteer Laurence MARLEY, Belfast Brigade, 3rd Battalion, 2 April 1992 Danny CASSIDY, Sinn Féin, 4 April 1971 Volunteer Tony HENDERSON, Belfast Brigade, 1st Battalion, 4 April 1989 Volunteer Gerard CASEY, North Antrim Brigade, 4 April 1994 Volunteer John O’RAWE, Belfast Brigade, 1st Battalion, 5 April 1976 Volunteer Sean McDERMOTT, Belfast Brigade, 1st Battalion 7 April 1972 Volunteer Charles McCRYSTAL, Volunteer John McERLEAN, Volunteer Samuel HUGHES, Belfast Brigade, 3rd Battalion, 7 April 1996 Volunteer Eugene MARTIN, South Armagh 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. Always remembered by the Republican Movement.
CAMPBELL, Patrick (35th Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Patrick Campbell 2nd Battalion Belfast Brigade Óglaigh na hÉireann who was killed on active service on 25 March 1972. For those who think of him today a little pray to Jesus say. Always remembered by your brother Anthony and kids.
CAMPBELL, Patrick (35th Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Patrick Campbell 2nd Battalion Belfast Brigade Óglaigh na hÉireann who was killed on active service on 25 March 1972. Always loved and missed by the entire Campbell family.
CARR, Robert. In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Robert Carr, who died for Ireland on 1 April 1980. Remembered with pride by the Republican Movement , Newry.
CARR, Robert. In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Robert Carr who died for Ireland on 1 April 1980. Remembered with pride by Newry Comhairle Ceantair.
CARR, Robert. In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Robert Carr who died for Ireland on 1 April 1980. Remembered with pride by the Volunteer Robert Carr Cumann.
CASEY, Gerard. (18th Ann) in loving memory of Volunteer Gerard Casey murdered on 4 April 1989 by British collusion. Words are few, thoughts are deep, memories of you are ours to keep. Always remembered and loved by Úna and your daughter Geraldine.
CASEY, Gerard. (18th Ann) In loving memory of my father Volunteer Gerard Casey, murdered on 4 April 1989 by British collusion. No matter how life changes, no matter what we do, a special place within our hearts is always kept for you. Always loved and remembered by your son Kevin and Pauline.
CASEY, Gerard. (18th Ann). In loving memory of my father Volunteer Gerard Casey murdered on 4 April 1989 by British collusion. Though you may be far away in our hearts you will always stay. Always loved and remembered by your daughter Tara and grandson Gerard.xxx
CASEY, Gerard. (18th Ann). In proud and loving memory of my father Volunteer Gerard Casey, murdered by pro British thugs on 4 April 1989. Life springs from death and from the graves of patriot men and women spring living nations. Ireland unfree shall never be at peace. From your son Paul, Noeleen and grand-daughter Orla.
CASEY, Gerard (18th Ann). In proud and loving memory of my dear nephew Volunteer Gerard Casey North Antrim Brigade Óglaigh na hÉireann assassinated by pro-British agents on 4 April 1989. Sacred heart of Jesus have mercy on his soul. A Mass, a prayer are all that I can give, these you will have as long as I live. Always remembered by his Aunt Annie.
CASEY, Gerard (18th Ann). In proud and loving memory of my dear nephew Volunteer Gerard Casey North Antrim Brigade Óglaigh na hÉireann assassinated by pro-British agents on 4 April 1989. St Martin pray for him. Always remembered by Kevin, Kathleen, Gerard and Cathal.
CASEY, Gerard (18th Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Gerard Casey, North Antrim Brigade, Óglaigh na hÉireann, who was killed by a pro-British death squad on April 4 1989. “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 North Antrim Comhairle Ceanntair, Gerard Casey Cumann, Rasharkin; Malachy Carey Cumann, Loughgiel; Roger Casement Cumann, Ballymena; Joe Cahill Cumann, Ballycastle; Patrick Kinney Cumann, The Glens; Hogan and Martin Cumann, Dunloy; John Davey Cumann, Glenarm; Kieran Nugent Cumann, Carnlough and the North Antrim and South Derry Republican Graves Association.
CROTTY, Denis. (3rd Ann) In proud memory of Denis Crotty late of 103 Childers Estate, Dungarvan died10 April 2004. From West Waterford Sinn Feín and the Republican movement.
HICKEY, Thomas (Tommy). (6th Ann). In loving memory of our dear friend Tommy, died 4 April 2001. Still missed and always remembered by his friends Rose, John, Breso & Robbie Donnelly.
HUGHES, Samuel; McCRYSTAL, Charles; McERLEAN, John (35th Ann). In proud proud and loving memory of Volunteers Samuel Hughes, Charles McCrystal and John McErlean 3rd Battalion, Belfast Brigade Óglaigh na hÉireann who died on active service on 7 April 1972. “Whatever I have done I have done as a soldier of Ireland in what I believed to be my country’s interests. I have no regrets. After all it is better to be a corpse than a coward”, Sean Heuston. Always remembered by Greencastle Martyrs Sinn Féin Cumann, County Antrim.

Comhbhrón

O’CALLAGHAN. Hugh John. Deepest sympathy is extended to the family of Hugh John O’Callaghan from the Gardens Bessbrook County Armagh, who died recently. From the Camloch, Bessbrook and Derramore Sinn Féin Cumainn

Beannachtaí

EASTER GREETINGS to all our Political Prisoners, From the Ahern/Crowley Cumann Cork, also from Micheál Hennessy Jim O’Donovan and Joe O’Mahony.
EASTER GREETINGS to all our Political Prisoners, From, Mick Nugent, Kieran Kiely and Walter Nagle.

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