10 April 2008 Edition

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Notices

I nDíl Chuimhne
7 April 1972: Volunteer Charles McCRYSTAL, Volunteer John McERLEAN, Volunteer Samuel HUGHES, Belfast Brigade, 3rd Battalion, 8 Arpil 1996 Volunteer Eugene Martin, South Armagh Brigade, 9 April 1974: Volunteer Daniel BURKE, Belfast Brigade, 1st Battalion 10 April 1991: Volunteer Colum MARKS, South Down Command, 12 April 1973: Volunteer Edward O’RAWE, 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.
CARR, Robert (Newry Brigade). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Robert Carr who died for Ireland 1 April 1980.  Remembered always by Newry Comhairle Ceantair.  Remembered always by the Robert Carr Cumann.
FLYNN, Seamus (1st anniversary). In loving memory of Sinn Féin activist Seamus Flynn, who died on 7 April 2007. A dedicated republican, an internationalist, a real character and a friend to all those he met on his travels around the country. Still sadly missed by Sean, Vourneen Oliver and family. From his friends and comrades in the Greencastle Martyrs Sinn Féin Cumann, North Belfast.
HICKEY, Thomas (Tommy).  In loving memory of our dear friend Tommy, died 4 April 2001. Gone but not forgotten. From Rose, John and Breso.
MARKS, Column (South Down Brigade). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Colum Marks who died for Ireland on 10 April 1991.  Remembered always by Newry Comhairle Ceantair.
MARLEY, Larry (Belfast Brigade). In loving memory of Volunteer Larry Marley Belfast Brigade 3rd Battalion, murdered by the UVF on 2 April 1987 “The road to freedom is paved with suffering, hardship and torture; carry on my gallant and brave comrades until that certain day” – Tom Williams. Always remembered by do chara Eileen Shiels, Co.Meath.
MARLEY, Larry (Belfast Belgrade). In memory of Volunteer Laurence Marley 3rd Belfast Brigade who died 2 April 1987. Remembered with pride by the Logue/Marley Cumann Crumlin.
O’RAWE, Eddie (Belfast Brigade). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Eddie ‘Mundo’ O’Rawe D Coy 2nd Batt Belfast Brigade Óglaigh na hÉireann who was killed by British crown forces on 12 April 1973. I measc laochra na nGael go raibh sé. Always remembered by Sinn Féin Bun na bhFál and the Falls Commemoration Committee.

Comhbhrón

CARROLL. Deepest sympathy is extended to Martin, Dessie & the Christie family on the death of their father Seamus. From the Volunteer Joe McDonnell Sinn Féin Cumann, Baile Átha Cliath 15.
JENKINSON. Deepest sympathy is extended to Helen and the family of the late Tommy Jenkinson (Jenko), Hartstown, Dublin 15. From the Hazlett family, Robbie Donnelly and the Volunteer Joe McDonnell Sinn Féin Cumann, Blanchardstown, Baile Átha Cliath Thiar.
TRAINOR. Sincere sympathy to the sister, sons and daughters of our comrade Volunteer Seamus Trainor. From the Caraher/McCreesh Cumann, Granemore and Ballymacnab and the Ballymacnab National Graves.

 

Beannachtaí

CONGRATULATIONS to Tony and Maire on the birth of their baby Emma. From POWs Portlaoise Gaol.


Buíochas

COATBRIDGE RFB would like to thank Derrytresk GAA club for accommodating us, also to Tyrone National Graves and the people of Coalisland, Clonoe and Carrickmore for their hospitality.  As ever, the people of New Lodge allowed us to be part of their community. It is always a privilege to take part in Easter Commemorations and we were proud to be included in the above. From The members of the Coatbridge Republican Flute Band.

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