24 January 2008 Edition

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Notices

I nDíl Chuimhne

18 January 1973 Volunteer Francis LIGGETT, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Battalion, 18 January 1978 Volunteer Jackie McMAHON, Belfast Brigade, 3rd Battalion, 20 January 1975 Volunteer Kevin COEN, Sligo Brigade, 21 January 1975 Volunteer John KELLY, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Battalion, Volunteer John STONE, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Battalion, 26 January 1972 Volunteer Peter McNULTY, South Down Command, 26 January 26 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. Always remembered by the Republican Movement.
KELLY, John (33rd Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer John (Bap) Kelly D Company, Belfast Óglaigh na hÉireann who was killed along with his comrade Volunteer John Stone on 21 January 1975. Í measc laochra na nGael go raibh said. Always remembered by Sinn Féin Bun na bhFál and the Falls Commemoration Committee.
STONE, John (33rd Ann). In proud and loving memory of my dear Óglach John Stone, B Company, 2nd Battalion Belfast Brigade Óglaigh na hÉireann who died on active service 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 Ann.
STONE, John (33rd Ann). In proud and loving memory of my dear brother Volunteer John Stone, 2nd batt, Belfast Brigade Óglaigh na hÉireann, who died on active service 21 January 1975. St Pio pray for him. A date that’s filled with sadness has returned to us once more to mark the day you left us. Each year we miss you more. Our hearts still ache with sadness, secret tears still flow, for what it meant to lose you no one will ever know. Gone is the brother I loved so much, gone is the voice we shall never hear. No farewells were spoken, we never said goodbye. We will always love you, your sister Teresa, husband Eddie and son Eamon. XOXO.
STONE, John (33rd Ann). In proud and loving memory of my dear uncle Volunteer John Stone, 2nd batt, Belfast Brigade Óglaigh na hÉireann, who died on active service 21 January 1975. St Anthont pray for him. I think of you in silence, I often speak your name. All I have is memories and your picture in a frame. Although I cannot see you I know just where you are, by day you are the sunshine, by night the brightest star. Always loved and remembered by your niece Bridgeen, husband Patrick and kids Pádraic, Clíodhna and Deirbhile XOXO.
STONE, John (33rd Ann). In proud and loving memory of my dear uncle Volunteer John Stone, 2nd batt, Belfast Brigade Óglaigh na hÉireann, who died on active service 21 January 1975. St Martin pray for him. As long as I live I will always be glad, grateful and proud of the uncle I had. Always remembered by your niece Martina, husband Jim and kids Dominic and Pierce. XOXO
STONE, John (33rd Ann). In proud and loving memory of my dear uncle Volunteer John Stone, 2nd batt, Belfast Brigade Óglaigh na hÉireann, who died on active service 21 January 1975. Our Lady of Lourdes pray for him. You always had a smile to share, a laugh, a joke and time to care, a wonderful life came to an end, you died as you lived everyone’s friend. Loved and remembered by your niece Anna-Mairea, husband Seamus and kids Eamon, Sean Francis, Áine-Maire and BridgeenXOXO.
STONE, John (33rd Ann). In proud and loving memory of my dear Óglach John Stone, B Company, 2nd Battalion Belfast Brigade Óglaigh na hÉireann.  Who died on active service 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 the 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, niece Jennifer and nephew Emerson.
STONE, John (33rd Ann). In proud and loving memory of my dear Óglach John Stone, B Company, 2nd Battalion Belfast Brigade Óglaigh na hÉireann.  Who died on active service 21 January 1975.  ‘Life springs from death and from the graves of patriot men and women spring living nations’. Always loved with pride by your loving sister Kathleen, nephews Michael, Maria and Family, Aaron, Ann Marie and family.

Comhbhrón

ARTHURS. Sincere sympathies to the family of Arthurs family on the death of Amelia. From the Bobby Sands Cumann Mid Kerry.
KELLY. Deepest sympathy is extended to Kathleen and the family of the late Kevin Kelly, Dungiven, Co. Derry. From the Hazlett family, Blanchardstown, Dublin.
DUNNE. Deepest sympathy to the Dunne family on the death of Billy. From the two Shays.
MONAHAN. Deepest sympathy is extended to Linda Monahan and family on the death of her Granfather Michael, from the Republican Movement Cork, Sinn Féin Chorcaí, Ahern/Crowley Cumann.
O’RAWE. Deepest sympathy is extended to the O’Rawe family on the death of Maggie. Mary Queen of the Gael pray for her. From Patrick and Bridgeen Mulvenna.
O’RAWE. Deepest sympathy is extended to the O’Rawe family on the death of Maggie. Mary Queen of the Gael pray for her. From the Republican Movement, Ballymurphy.

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