24 April 2008 Edition

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Notices

I nDíl Chuimhne

21 April 1984: Volunteer Richard QUIGLEY, Derry Brigade, 23 April 1977: Volunteer Brendan O’CALLAGHAN, Belfast Brigade, 1st Battalion 24 April 1974: Jim MURPHY, Sinn Féin, 25 April 1979: Volunteer Billy CARSON, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Battalion, 26 April 1986: Volunteer Séamus McELWAIN, South Fermanagh 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.
CARSON, Billy (Belfast Brigade). The Falls Commemoration Committee and Falls/Clonard Sinn Féin remember with pride Volunteer Billy Carson who died 25 April 1979. I measc laochra na nGael go raibh sé.
O’CALLAGHAN, Brendy (Belfast Brigade). In proud and loving mewmory of Volunteer Brendy O’Callaghan 1st Battalion Belfast Brigade Óglaigh na hÉireann who was killed on active service on 23 April 1977. “The fools, the fools the fools they have left us our Fenian dead and while Ireland holds these graves Ireland unfree shall never be at peace.”– PH Pearse. Always remembered by Seamus Finucane and family.
O’HAGAN. In proud and loving memory of Volunteer  JB OHagan who died 23 April 2001. “Grieve not for him, speak not a word of sorrow, although his eyes saw not his country’s glory, the service of his day shall make our morrow, his name shall be a watchword in our story.”  Never forgotten by his loving wife Bernadette and family.
ROSSINI, Willie. In proud and loving memory of our dear friend Willie Rossini RIP who died on 28 April 1993. A true friend of Ireland. Always remembered by Danny and Josie O’Neill and large family circle.  St Anne pray for him.
SCULLY. Liam. In proud memory of Captain Liam Scully who died 28 April 1920. From Michael Scully.
SMYTH, Brian (Belfast Brigade). Who died 17 April 1973. Never forgotten. From Frankie Fennell.


Comhbhrón

KEOGH. Deepest sympathy is extended to the entire Keogh family on the recent death of their father ‘Kit’ Keogh, late of Glin Road, Coolock. From the Logue/Marley, Sinn Féin Cumann, Crumlin.
KEOGH. Deepest sympathy is extended to the entire Keogh family on the recent death of their father ‘Kit’ Keogh, late of Glin Road, Coolock. From Niall, Margaret Binéad and families, Crumlin.
McCOLLUM. Deepest sympathy to the friends and comrades of my great and true comrade and friend Volunteer Seamus who died on the 12 April 2008. Noble, honourable and brave, Ireland has lost one of her most gallant sons. It was my privilege to have known and loved such an outstanding republican soldier and freedom fighter, From Mick Hayes and family.
McCOLLUM. Deepest sympathy to the friends and comrades of Volunteer Seamus McCollum from Eddie, Jo, Harry and Hughie.
McCOLLUM. Deepest sympathy to the friends and comrades of Volunteer Seamus McCollum. From Eileen Shiels.
RATTIGAN. Deepest Sympathy is extended to our long time friend and Comrade Paddy and his family, on the loss of his wife Joan, from the Doherty/Delaney Cumann Navan, Co Meath.
RATTIGAN. Deepest Sympathy is extended to Paddy and his family on the loss of his wife Joan from Councillors Joe Reilly and Peadar Toibin.
RATTIGAN. Deepest Sympathy is extended to Paddy and his family on the loss of his wife Joan from Councillor Caroline Lynch, John and family.
RATTIGAN. Deepest Sympathy is extended to Paddy and his family on the loss of his wife Joan from David, Dearbhla and Tadg.
TOBIN. Deepest sympathy is extended to the family of republican activist, Paddy Tobin, Woodsgift, Co.Kilkenny who died recently. From the Michael Gaughan Cumann, North Kilkenny and the Carlow/ Kilkenny Comhairle Ceanntar.

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