21 February 2008 Edition

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Notices

I nDíl Chuimhne

18 February 1986: Volunteer Francis Bradley, South Derry; 19 February 1972: Fian David McAuley, Fianna Éireann; 19 February 1992: Volunteer Brendan Seery; 21 February 1972: Volunteer Gerard Bell, Volunteer Gerard Steele, Volunteer Joseph Magee, Volunteer Robert Dorrian, Belfast Brigade, 3rd Battalion; 21 February 1984: Volunteer Declan Martin, Volunteer Henry Hogan, North Antrim Brigade; 22 February 1986: Volunteer Tony Gough, Derry Brigade; 23 February 1981: Volunteer James Burns, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Battalion; 23 Feb 1985: Volunteer Charlie Breslin, Volunteer David Devine, Volunteer Michael Devine, 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.” Liam Mellows – Always remembered by the Republican Movement.
BRESLIN Charlie; DEVINE Michael; DEVINE David. In proud and loving memory of Volunteers Charles Breslin, Michael and David Devine Tyrone Brigade Óglaigh na hÉireann who were murdered by the faceless strangers of the British Crown Forces on 23 February 1985. Always remembered with pride from Martin Begley, Bolton, England.
HOGAN Henry; MARTIN Declan. In proud and loving memory of Volunteers Henry Hogan and Declan Martin killed in action on 21 February 1984. From Hogan & Martin Cumann, Dunloy; Joe Cahill Cumann, Ballycastle; Patrick Kinney Cumann, Glens; Gerard Casey Cumann, Rasharkin; Roger Casement Cumann, Ballymena; Kieran Nugent Cumann, Carnlough; Dan Duffin Cumann, Glenravel; Malachy Carey Cumann, Loughgiel; John Davey Cumann, Glenarm/ Carnlough; North & East Antrim Sinn Féin Comhairle Ceantair.
HOGAN Henry; MARTIN Declan. In Proud and Loving Memory of Volunteers Henry Hogan and Declan Martin, North Antrim Brigade Óglaigh na hÉireann who were killed on Active Service on 21 February 1984. The graves of those murdered for freedom bare the seeds for freedom which winds carry afar & are resown. Always remembered with love and pride by their friend Paul, Ballymoney Co Antrim.
LYNCH George. In loving memory of George Lynch, an inspirational community leader, who died in Darndale in 1991. From Arthur O`Donnell
McLOUGHLIN, Pearse. In proud and loving memory of my friend and comrade Pearse McLoughlin (Howth), a true republican, who died on 13 February 1996. From Noel Harrington, Cork.
McSHANE Charlie. In loving and sad memory of Charlie McShane, late staff of An Phoblacht who died suddenly on 24 February 1989. “Never a day passes without you being remembered by all of us. A kind and loving husband, dad and grandfather, you are still so badly missed. Always so proud of being Irish. Charlie, until forever.” Our Lady pray for him. Yours loving wife and comrade, Christine.
McSHANE Charlie. In very sad memory of Charlie McShane, late staff of An Phoblacht who died suddenly on 24 February 1989. “Dad, we miss you every day, memories of your loving care remains with us. You were my friend and mentor, a very special person to all of us”. May Our Lady keep him close. Yours loving son Adrian and Grandchildren Jason and Angela.
McSHANE Charlie. In sad memory of my dear Dad Charlie, late staff of An Phoblacht who died suddenly on 24 February 1989. “Dad, you are always with us in our hearts and minds. Our love for you will never end, we speak about you everyday. You were so kind and loving, we miss you so much”. Mary Queen of Gael keep him close. Your loving daughter Amanda and Grandchildren Fionn, Séarlait and Darragh.
McSHANE Charlie. In proud memory of Charlie McShane, late staff of An Phoblacht who died suddenly on 24 February 1989. From the Editor and staff of An Phoblacht.
MAGEE, Joseph. In proud and loving memory of my dear brother Volunteer Joseph Magee, 3rd Battalion Belfast Brigade Óglaigh na hÉireann killed on active service 21 February 1972. Silent memories keep you near me as time unfolds another year. Out of our lives you may be gone but in our hearts you still live on. Mary Queen of the Gael pray for him. Always remembered by his loving sister Betty and husband Jim Cushnahan.
MAGEE, Joseph. In proud and loving memory of my dear brother Volunteer Joseph Magee, 3rd Battalion Belfast Brigade Óglaigh na hÉireann killed on active service 21 February 1972. Never forgotten by his brother Michael in Canada.
MAGEE, Joseph. In proud and loving memory of my dear brother Volunteer Joseph Magee, 3rd Battalion Belfast Brigade Óglaigh na hÉireann killed on active service 21 February 1972. Always remembered by his brother Manuel in Australia.
MAGEE, Joseph. In proud and loving memory of my dear brother Volunteer Joseph Magee, 3rd Battalion Belfast Brigade Óglaigh na hÉireann killed on active service 21 February 1972. St Joseph pray for him. Remembering you is easy, we do it every day, it is the heartache of losing you that never goes away. Proudly remembered by his loving sister Sarah and husband Conn McVarnock and family circle.
MAGEE, Joseph. In proud and loving memory of my dear brother Volunteer Joseph Magee, 3rd Battalion Belfast Brigade Óglaigh na hÉireann killed on active service 21 February 1972. Memories of you are special, they never go away, they are locked within our hearts where forever they will stay. Our Lady Queen of Ireland pray for him. Always remembered by his loving brother Patsy and wife Maureen Magee and family circle.
O’BRIEN, Edward (England). In proud and loving memory of our dear son Volunteer Edward O’Brien who died on active service in London 18 February 1996, we love and miss you Edward, Mum and Dad (Margo & Miley).
O’BRIEN, Edward (England). In proud and loving memory of our dear brother Volunteer Edward O’Brien who died on active service in London 18 February 1996, loved, remembered and never forgotten from Gary, Lorrainne, Gillian & John.
O’BRIEN, Edward (England). Remembering Volunteer Ed O’ Brien who gave his life for the cause of Irish freedom in London on 18 February 1996. “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 Stephen & Agnes McCann, Tyrone
O’BRIEN, Edward (England). In proud and loving memory of our friend & comrade Volunteer Ed O’Brien who died on active service in London on 18 February 1996 ”There is no easy walk to freedom anywhere” never forgotten, always remembered from Volunteer Ed O’Brien Cumann, Gorey, North Wexford.
O’BRIEN, Edward (England). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Ed O’Brien who died on active service in London on 18 February 1996, Always remembered from Wexford Sinn Féin Comhairle Ceantair.
O’BRIEN, Edward (England). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Ed O’Brien who died on active service in London on 18 February 1996, Always remembered from The Ed O’Brien Republican Flute band.
O’BRIEN, Edward (England). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Ed O’Brien who died on active service in London on 18 February 1996, Always remembered by his comrades in the Republican Movement, County Wexford.
O’BRIEN, Edward (England). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Ed O’Brien who died on active service in London on 18 February 1996, Always remembered from The Delaney-O’ Rahilly Cumann, Bray, Co Wicklow.
O’BRIEN, Edward (England). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Ed O’Brien who died on active service in London on 18 February 1996, Always remembered from Fr Murphy-Manchester Martyrs Cumann, Ferns; Humes Whitty Cumann, Camolin; Murphy – Keegan – Parle Cumann, Enniscorthy; Peter Daly Cumann, Monageer; Kelly-Nolan Cumann, Rathnure; Parle Cumann, Castlebridge; Dunne-Kelly Cumann, Wexford Town; Joe Whitty Cumann, Wexford Town; Andy Reynolds Cumann, Wexford Town; Duncormick/ Ballymitty Cumann; Loughall Martyrs Cumann, Clearies-town; Radford-McCarthy Cumann, Murintown; Rosslare Cumann; H-Block Martyrs Cumann, New Ross; Loch Gorman Theas Cumann, New Ross; Cullen-Hayden Cumann, Campile.
O’DONNELL Kevin Barry, O’FARRELL Seán, CLANCY Peter, VINCENT Patrick (Tyrone Brigade). In Proud Memory of Volunteers Kevin Barry O’Donnell, Seán O’Farrell, Peter Clancy and Patrick Vincent, East Tyrone Brigade, Óglaigh na hÉireann who were killed on active service by British occupation forces at Clonoe on 16 February 1992, “We have no right to believe that freedom can be won without struggle” Che Guevara. Always remembered by the boys in Bellshill, Scotland  
STAGG Frank, (England) BEST Paul (Sinn Féin),  In proud and loving memory of Óglach Frank Stagg, died on hunger strike in England, 12 February 1976, also my friend and comrade, Paul Best, Sinn Féin Belfast, who died from gunshot wounds, 18 February 1976. Always remembered. Pól, Patricia Wilson and family, Belfast.

Comhbhrón

DEEPEST SYMPATHY is extended to the family of Seán Creagh from the Drumm/Doherty Sinn Féin Cumann, Clondalkin.
HUGHES Brendan. Deepest sympathy to the family of Brendan Hughes. From Tamara Dooley.
HUGHES Brendan. Deepest sympathy to the family of Brendan Hughes. From Leo Cooper, Joe McKenny, Morgan Llewellyn, Eddie O’Neill, Liam McCooter and Peter Lynch.
HUGHES Brendan. In proud and loving memory of the Volunteers’ Volunteer Brendan Hughes. From Skeet.
HUGHES Brendan. Deepest sympathy to the family of Brendan ‘Darkie’ Hughes. From Sinn Féin group leader Christy Burke and all Sinn Féin Dublin City councillors.
HUGHES Brendan. Deepest sympathy to the family of Brendan ‘Darkie’ Hughes. From the Editor and staff of An Phoblacht.
O’DWYER. Deepest sympathy to Ella, Nora and the O’Dwyer family on the death of Billy from Ann and Eamonn.
O’DWYER. Deepest sympathy to Ella, and the O’Dwyer family on the death of her father Billy from Nicola.
O’DWYER. Deepest sympathy is extended to Ella and family on the death of her father Billy. O Tommy agus Áine.
O’DWYER. Deepest sympathy to Ella and the O’Dwyer family on the death of Billy from Noeleen and Dixie.
O’DWYER. Deepest sympathy to Ella on the death of her father, Billy from Catherine Curran and Pat Hayes.
O’DWYER. Deepest sympathy to Ella on the death of her father, Billy. From Aran Foley.
O’DWYER. Deepest sympathy to Ella on the death of her father, Billy. From Leo Cooper, Joe McKenny, Morgan Llewellyn, Eddie O’Neill, Liam McCooter and Peter Lynch.
O’DWYER. Deepest sympathy to Ella on the death of her father, Billy. From Seán and Caoilfhionn.
O’DWYER. Deepest sympathy is extended to Ella and family circle on the death of her father Billy RIP. From the Carroll/Ashe Sinn Féin Cumann, Cabra/ Glasnevin, Dublin.
O’DWYER. Deepest sympathy is extended to our comrade Ella and her family on the death of her father Billy. From the Editor and staff of An Phoblacht.
O’DWYER. Deepest sympathy is extended to our comrade Ella and her family on the death of her father Billy. From the James Connolly Sinn Féin Cumann, Cahir, Tipperary
O’DWYER. Deepest sympathy to Ella on the death of her father, Billy. From Peter, Brian and Pat in the Sinn Féin Bookshop, Dublin.
O’DWYER. Deepest sympathy to Ella on the death of her father, Billy. From the Sinn Féin team in Leinster House.
O’DWYER. Deepest sympathy to Ella on the death of her father, Billy. From the staff in Árd Oifig Sinn Féin, Dublin.

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