29 January 2009 Edition
I nDíl Chuimhne agus Comhbhrón
I nDíl Chuimhne26 January 1972 Volunteer Peter McNULTY, South Down Command; 26 January 1985 Volunteer Mick TIMOTHY, Dublin Brigade; 30 January 1972 Fian Gerry DONAGHY, Fianna Éireann; 1 February 1975 Volunteer Seán BOYLE, South Armagh Brigade, 1 February 1981 Volunteer Peadar MOHAN, Monaghan Brigade, 2 February 1981 Volunteer Liam HANNAWAY, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Battalion; 3 February 1973 Volunteer James SLOAN, Belfast Brigade, 3rd Battalion; 3 February 1999 Volunteer Harry BURNS, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Battalion; 4 February 1973 Volunteer James McCANN, Belfast Brigade, 3rd Battalion. “By truth and honour, principle and sacrifice alone will Ireland be free.” – Liam Mellows.
TIMOTHY, Mick (Dublin Brigade). In memory of Volunteer Mick Timothy Dublin who died 26 January 1985. Remembered by the editor and staff of An Phoblacht.
BOYLE, Seán. Volunteer Seán Boyle (South Armagh Brigade). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Seán Boyle, 1st Battallion. South Armagh Brigade, Óglaigh na hÉireann who died on 1st Feb. 1975. “The greatest glory in living lies not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall” Nelson Mandela. Always remembered with love and pride by his friends and comrades in the Bennett/Boyle/Cleary/Toner Cumman Belleek/Whitecross.
ComhbhrónBRADY. Deepest sympathy is extended to Sean Brady and his family on the death of his father life long republican Jim Brady.
From Comhairle Ceantair na Mí, Doherty/Delaney Cumann an Uaimh, Arthurs/Kelly Cumann Ceanannas Mór.
DOYLE. Deepest sympathy is extended to the family of Brigadista and Volunteer Bob Doyle, who passed away recently aged 92. He showed us how. We’ll never forget. No Pasaran salud,camerada,venceremos! Remembered by the Antifascist movement Milan, Italy, and H.N.T Bilbao, Republicans against racism, Hayes CSC London, Dusseldorf bhoys CSC Germany, Shebeen, Glasgow, Dixie.
DOYLE. Deepest sympathy are extended to the family of Óglach Bob Doyle, who passed away recently aged 92, No Pasaran. “I didn’t know much about Spain, but I knew my thoughts were that every bullet I fired would be against the Dublin landlords and capitalists.” Always remembered by the Wexford Comhairle ceantair, Volunteer Ed O’ Brien Cumann, Gorey; Richard Humes Cumann, Camolin Manchester Martyrs Cumann, Ferns; Fr Murphy/Keegan Parle Cumann Enniscorthy; Peter Daly Cumann Monageer; Kelly/Nolan Cumann Rathnure; H Block Martyrs Cumann Newross Town; Cullen Hayden Cumann Campile Ross rural Cumann; Dune/Kelly Cumann Wexford Town; Andy Reynolds Cumann Wexford Town; Joe Whitty Cumann Wexford Town Martin Meehan Cumann, Rosslare; Gleeson Cumann, Ballymitty/Duncormac Radford McCarty Cumann Murntown Paddy Parle Cumann, Castlebridge and the Loughall Martyrs Cumann Cleariestown.