3 July 2008 Edition
I nDíl Chuimhne
30 June 1976: Volunteer Brian COYLE, Derry Brigade, 1 July 1980: Volunteer Terence O’NEILL, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Battalion, 2 July 1974: Volunteer Patrick TEER, Long Kesh, 3 July 1972: Volunteer Denis QUINN, Tyrone Brigade, 6 July 1976: Volunteer Thomas KANE, Belfast Brigade, 1st Battalion. “Life springs from death and from the graves of patriot men and women spring living nations.” – Pádraig Mac Piarais. Always remembered by the Republican Movement.
FINUCANE, John (Belfast Brigade). In proud and loving memory of my dear son Volunteer John Finucane who, along with his comrade Tony Jordan, gave his life for Irish freedom on 28 June 1972. “My sons were faithful and they fought”. From his loving mother Kathleen and family.
FINUCANE, John (Belfast Brigade). In proud and loving memory of my brother Volunteer John Finucane who died on active service along with his comrade Volunteer Tony Jordan on 28 June 1972. Thúg siad gach rud ar son saoirse na hÉireann. Always remembered by his brother Seamus and family.
GEENEY, Clem. In fond and loving memory of Clem Geeney, a decent man. St Mary Star of the Sea pray for him. Sadly missed by Philip, Belfast.
KEENAN, Joe. In proud and loving memory of Belfast republican Joe Keenan, who died in exile in New York on 30 June 1994. “We must go among all classes of the population as agitators and organisers to bring together all the revolutionary forces in the struggle for freedom”. Always remembered and loved by Brid, Peadar and Naoise; Geraldine and Dave; Mary and family; Paddy and family; Brian and family and Brendan and family.
O’NEILL, Teddy (Belfast Brigade). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Teddy O’Neill, B Coy, 2nd Batt, Belfast Brigade Óglaigh na hÉireann who was killed on active service on 1 July 1980. It’s ahrd to put on paper the way you feel inside, I would not know where to start. You are always in my memory and deep within my heart. I did not hear God calling you, I wanted you to stay but your place was booked in heaven where he sent for you that day. Always loved and never forgotten.Your loving wife Mary.
O’NEILL, Teddy (Belfast Brigade). In prooud and loving memory of Volunteer Teddy O’Neill, B Coy, 2nd Batt, Belfast Brigade Óglaigh na hÉireann who was killed on active service on 1 July 1980. St Mary pray for him. Flowers will die, the sun will set, but you were my Daddy I will never forget. To me you were so special, what more can I say. I really miss you Daddy what more can I say. Memories are special they will never fade away, they are locked in my heart and there they will stay. Always loved by your daughter Sinéad and grandson Daniel.
WOODS, Seamus (East Tyrone Brigade) In proud memory of Volunteer Seamus Woods, East Tyrone Brigade, Óglaigh na Éireann, who died on active service in Pomeroy 7th July 1988. Mary Queen of Ireland pray for him. Always remembered with pride from Seamus Woods Sinn Féin Cumann Pomeroy.
ComhbhrónKIELTY. Deepest sympathy to the family of Volunteer Josh (Joshua) Kielty, Wexford Brigade, who died Tuesday 24 June. A veteran republican, an inspiration to all. From comrades, friends and all who knew him.
KIELTY, Josh (Joshua), Deepest sympathy to the family of Volunteer Josh Kielty Wexford brigade, Óglaigh na hÉireann who died Tuesday 24 June,a veteran republican and inspiration to so many, sadly missed by comrades, friends and all who knew him, South Leinster Cuige Wexford Comhairle ceantar, Ed O’Brien Cumann, Gorey Humes Whitty Cumann, Camolin, Fr Murphy -Manchester Martrys Cumann, Ferns, Murphy, Keegan, Parle Cumann, Enniscorthy, Peter Daly Cumann, Monageer, Kelly-Nolan Cumann, Rathnure, Cullen-Hayden Cumann, Campile, Loch Gorman theas, New Ross, Martin Meehan Cumann, Rosslare, H-block Martyrs Cumann, New Ross, Andy Reynolds Cumann, Wex ford Town, Dunne-Kelly Cumann, Wexford Town, Joe Whitty Cumann, Wexford Town, Duncormick-B/Mitty Cumann, Parle Cumann, Castlebridge, Loughall Martyrs Cumann, Cleariestown, Radford-McCarthy Cumann, Murintown.
McCANN. Deepest sympathy is extended to the our friend and comrade Fra McCann and the extended McCann family on the recent death of their father Patsy. From the Falls and Clonard Sinn Féin and the Falls Commemora-tion Committee.
McCANN. Deepest sympathy is extended to the our friend and comrade Fra McCann and the extended McCann family on the recent death of their beloved father Patsy. Mary Queen of Ireland pray for him. Deeply regretted by Robert and Lorna.
McCANN, Patsy. Deepest sympathy to my dear friend and comrade on the death of his father Patsy. Mary Queen of the Gael pray for him. From Dessie and Mary Dundalk.
O’REILLY. Deepest sympathy is extended to the family and friends of Sean O’Reilly, Clonmult Martyrs Cumann, Midelton, East Cork who died recently, from his friends and comrades in the Clonmult Martyrs Cumann, Republican Movement Cork, Sinn Féin Chorcaí, East Cork Comhairle Ceanntair.
SHIELS. Deepest and heartfelt sympathy to the family and friends of Emmett R.I.P. From Noel Murphy and family, Ringsend Dublin 4