5 March 2009 Edition

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Notices

I nDíl Chuimhne

3 March 1991 Volunteer Noel WILKINSON, Tyrone Brigade; Volunteer John QUINN, Tyrone Brigade; Volunteer Malcolm NUGENT, Tyrone Brigade; Volunteer Dwayne O’DONNELL, Tyrone Brigade; 4 March 1972 Volunteer Albert KAVANAGH, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Battalion; 6 March 1988 Volunteer Dan McCANN, GHQ Staff; Volunteer Mairéad FARRELL, GHQ Staff;  Volunteer Seán SAVAGE, GHQ Staff;  7 March 1990 Sam MARSHALL, Sinn Féin;  8 Mar. 1971 Volunteer Charles HUGHES, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Battalion “By truth and honour, principle and sacrifice alone will Ireland be free.” –  Liam Mellows. From the Republican Movement.
BURNS, Brendan; MOLEY Brendan (South Armagh Brigade). Volunteer Brendan Moley and Volunteer Brendan Burns, South Armagh Brigade, who died on active service for the cause of Irish freedom. Fuair said bas ar son saoirse na hÉireann. Remembered by the Charlie McGlade Sinn Fein Cumann, Drimnagh, Dublin.
FARRELL, Mairead; McCANN, Dan; SAVAGE, Seán (GHQ). In proud and loving memory of  my dear friend Volunteer Mairéad Farrell and her comrades Volunteers Dan McCann and Seán Savage, Óglaigh na hÉireann cut down by British assassins on Gibraltar 6 March 1988. Always loved and remembered with pride by Mary Doyle and clann.
KAVANAGH, Albert (Belfast Brigade). In proud and loving memory of my brother Volunteer Albert Kavanagh who was killed on active service on 4 March 1972. Time does not heel it simply dulls the pain. Over the years the struggle for which you and so many gave their lives has taken many different forms and opened many new fronts but the ideals have not changed.  Always remembered by his loving brother Paul and sister-in-law Martina.
LYNCH, George (Dublin). In Loving memory of George Lynch, a community worker in Darndale, who died in February 1991. From Arthur O’ Donnell
MARSHALL, Sam (Sinn Féin). In proud and loving memory of Sinn Féin activist Sam Marshall who was shot dead by pro-British death squads on 7 March 1990. Always remembered by his friends and comrades in the North Armagh Republican Movement.
MARSHALL, Sam (Sinn Féin). In proud and loving memory of Sam Marshall, murdered by pro-British squad on March 7 1990. Always remembered by his friends and comrades in Burns/Toman/McKerr Cumann, Lurgan; Brian Smyth Cumann, Craigavon; Julie Dougan Sinn Féin Cumann, Portadown.
MARSHALL, Sam (Sinn Féin). In proud and loving memory of Sinn Féin activist Sam Marshall who was shot dead by pro-British death squads on 7 March 1990. Always remembered by his friends and comrades in the Upper Bann Sinn Féin Comhairle Ceantair.
MARSHALL, Sam (Sinn Féin). In proud and loving memory of Sinn Féin activist Sam Marshall who was shot dead by pro-British death squads on 7 March 1990. Always remembered by North Armagh ex-POWs.
MARSHALL, Sam (Sinn Féin). In proud and loving memory of Sinn Féin activist Sam Marshall who was shot dead by pro-British death squads on 7 March 1990. Always remembered by his friends and comrades in the North Armagh National Graves Association.
MARSHALL, Sam (Sinn Féin). In proud memory of Sam Marshall who was shot dead by pro-British death squads on 7 March 1990.  Remembered with pride by Ógra Shinn Féin, Upper Bann.
MURRAY, Mick (Dublin). In memory of Volunteer Mick Murray who died 7 March 1999. From Dave and Geraldine Coleman and family, also from Martin Rattigan in Navan, Co. Meath.
MURRAY, Mick. In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Mick Murrary who died 7 March 1999. From Eileen and Caoimhe, County Meath.
MURRAY, Mick (Dublin). In memory of Volunteer Mick Murray who died 7 March 1999. From the Mick Murray Cumann Dublin.
MURRAY, Mick (Dublin). In memory of Volunteer Mick Murray who died 7 March 1999. From the editor and staff of An Phoblacht.
MURRAY, Mick. In proud memory of Volunteer Mick Murray who died 7 March 1999. From the O’Dwyer family County Tipperary.
ROGERS, Keith. In loving memory of Volunteer Keith Rogers murdered by criminals on 12 March 2003. Always remembered by members of the Rogers/Martin Sinn Féin Cumann, Shelagh, North Louth. I measc laochra nGael go raibh a anam.
ROGERS, Keith. In memory of Volunteer Keith Rogers murdered by criminals on the 12th March 2003. Always remembered by the members of the Campbell/ Donnelly Cumann, North Louth.
SMITH, Frank (Dublin). In proud and loving memory of Frank Smith who died 4 March 2008. Always in our thoughts, Felix, Sinéad and family.
SMITH, Frank (Dublin). In proud and loving memory of our dear friend and comrade Frank Smith who passed away on Tuesday 4 March, 2008. Fondly remembered by the Hazlett family and the Volunteer Joe McDonnell Sinn Féin Cumann, Blanchardstown.


Comhbhrón

COYNE: Deepest sympathy is extended to the Coyne and Conroy family on the recent death of their mother Nora. I measc laochra na ngeal go raibh a hanam uasal. Tommy agus Áine
KEENAN. Deepest sympathy to the Keenan family Twinbrook: Marie, Fionnual, Una, Jennifer, Eamonn, Patrick and Fergal on the death of their father Eddie, A Gaolgoir and Irish language enthusiast  and POW. He always made us smile may he rest in peace, From Don Bullman Republican Prisoner Portlaoise Gaol.
McFARLANE. Deepest sympathy is extended to our friend and comrade Brendan ‘Bik’ McFarlane and the extended McFarlane family on the death of his mother Mary. From all the staff at An Phoblacht.

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