26 March 2009 Edition

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I nDíl Chuimhne

23 March 1972: Fian Sean O’RIORDAN, Fianna Éireann; 23 March 1975: Fian Robert ALLSOPP, Fianna Éireann; 23 March 1993: Peter GALLAGHER, Sinn Féin;  25 March 1972: Volunteer  Patrick CAMPBELL, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Battalion; March 25 1993: Volunteer James KELLY, Derry Brigade; 27 March 1973: Volunteer Patrick McCABE, Belfast Brigade, 3rd 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. From the Republican Movement.
DEERING (Dublin). In loving memory of my dear son Billy Deering who died 27 March 2008. From Dad Jimmy, brother and sisters.
DEERING (Dublin). In loving memory of our Uncle Billy who died 27 March 2008. From Pat and Debbie.
DEERING (Dublin). In Memory of our Friend and Comrade Billy Deering who died 27 March 2008, always remembered by Jimmy and Breda and the Logue Marley Cumann.
JENKINSON, Tommy (1st anniversary). In memory of our dear friend Tommy Jenkinson (Jenko), who died on Saturday 29 March 2008. Fondly remembered by Robbie Donnelly and the Volunteer Joe McDonnell Sinn Féin Cumann, Blanchardstown.
KELLY, Jimmy (South Derry Brigade). In proud and loving memory of volunteer Jimmy Kelly South Derry Brigade Óglaigh na hÉireann who was murdered by British death squads on 25 March 1993. For Ireland Jimmy lived and died. We will always remember you with love and pride. Always remembered by your father, sisters and brother.
KELLY, Jimmy (South Derry Brigade). In proud and loving memory of volunteer Jimmy Kelly South Derry Brigade Óglaigh na hÉireann who was murdered by British death squads on 25 March 1993. The Republic stands for truth and honour, for all that is noblest in our race. By truth and honour, principle and sacrifice alone will be free. – Liam Mellows. Always rememdered by the McPeake family, Maghera
McTHREÍNFHIR. Seamus Mac Threínfhir 1st anniversary 28 March. I measc laochra na nGael a raibh sé. Ó clann Mac Threínfhir, Barry, Maggie agus  clann.
McTHREÍNFHIR. Seamus Mac Threínfhir 1st anniversary 28 March. I measc laochra na nGael a raibh sé. Ó Angelina, Jimmy agus a chlann.
McTHREÍNFHIR. Seamus Mac Threínfhir 1st anniversary 28 March. I measc laochra na nGael a raibh sé. Ó Colette, Barry agus  a chlann
McTHREÍNFHIR. Seamus Mac Threínfhir 1st anniversary 28 March. I measc laochra na nGael a raibh sé. Ó Noleen, Thomas agus a chlann.
McTHREÍNFHIR. Seamus Mac Threínfhir 1st anniversary 28 March. I measc laochra na nGael a raibh sé. Ó  Ciaran, Bernie agus  a chlann.
McTHREÍNFHIR. Seamus Mac Threínfhir 1st anniversary 28 March. I measc laochra na nGael a raibh sé. Ó Cumann Peter Corrigan.
McTHREÍNFHIR. Seamus Mac Threínfhir 1st anniversary 28 March. I measc laochra na nGael a raibh sé. Ó Cumann Peadar McElvanna Cumann



Comhbhrón

BARRY. Deepest sympathy is exteneded to Dave Barry on the loss of his grandmother Peggy, from the Republican Movement Cork, Sinn Féin Chorcaí, Ógra Shinn Féin Chorcaí.
BRAVENDAR.  Sincere sympathy is extended to Mickey and all the Bravendar family on the death of their mother, Nora. Go ndeana Dia trocaire uirthí. From the O’Hanlon/McMahon/ Lynagh cumann Monaghan town, Sinn Féin Siopa & Oifig staff Monaghan town and Co. Monaghan Comhairle Ceantair
KEEGAN. Deepest sympathy is extended to Stephen Keegan and family Enniscorthy on the death of Una, a beloved wife and mother. May she rest in peace. From the Fr, Murphy/Keegan/Parle Cumann.
O’BEIRNE. Longford/ Westmeath Comhairle Ceantair extend deepest sympathy to the family of Eoin O’Beirne, who died in England. His ashes were interned in Milltown Cemetry, Co. Westmeath. He was the son of Dr. Conor O’Beirne who previously served as Ard Rúnaí of the party.
MOORE. Deepest sympathy is extended to the family of our friend and comrade Sinn Féin councillor Marie Moore who died on 21 March 2009. A true republican in the image of Anne Devlin, Countess Markievicz, Máire Drumm and Mairéad Farrell. Always remembered by Sean and Rosie Murray and the extended Murray family.
MOORE. Deepest sympathy is extended to the family of our friend and comrade Sinn Féin councillor Marie Moore who died on 21 March 2009. A republican whose ideals and commitment are an inspiration to us all. From the Belfast Executive Sinn Féin.
MOORE. Deepest sympathy is extended to the family of our friend and comrade Sinn Féin councillor Marie Moore who died on 21 March 2009. In the worst of times and in the best of times Marie remained committed to the republican. From the Sinn Féin team on Belfast City Council.
MOORE. Deepest sympathy is extended to the family of our friend and comrade Sinn Féin councillor Marie Moore who died on 21 March 2009. A true republican who worked in the interests of the people and of the republic. Always remembered by her friends and comrades in Sevastopol Street.
MOORE. Deepest sympathy is extended to the family of our friend and comrade Sinn Féin councillor Marie Moore who died on 21 March 2009. The republican struggle has lost a true champion. Always remembered by her friends and comrades in An Phoblacht.
MOORE. Deepest sympathy is extended to the family of our friend and comrade Sinn Féin councillor Marie Moore who died on 21 March 2009. In ar gcuimhne go deo. From Peadar, Brid and Naoise.
MOORE. Deepest sympathy is extended to the family of our friend and comrade Sinn Féin councillor Marie Moore who died on 21 March 2009. Always remembered by Carol, Joe and family.
MOORE. Deepest sympathy is extended to the family of our friend and comrade Sinn Féin councillor Marie Moore who died on 21 March 2009. A true comrade and a true friend. From Louise and family.
MOORE. Deepest sympathy to the family of our good friend Marie on her recent death. From Andrea, John and family, Dundalk.
MOORE. I nDíl Chuimhne ar Marie Moore.  Ba maith liom comhbhrón a dhéanamh le clan Marie Moore a rinne sár obair don ár Cimí Poblachta. Ó Pádraigín Uí Mhurchadha Saoirse Contae Muineachaín.
MOORE. Deepest sympathy is extended to the family and friends of our comrade Marie moore, “We must take no steps backward, our steps must be onward, for if we don’t, the martyrs that died for you, for me, for this country will haunt us forever.” – Máire Drumm. From: Síle Darragh, Mary Doyle, Sinead Walsh, Margaret Kelly and Sue Ramsey
MOORE. Sincere condolences to the Moore family on the death of their mother, Marie. Sleep well my dear friend and comrade, will be remembered always with pride and affection. Pól, Patricia, Máire and Bronagh Wilson, Andersonstown. Mass offered.

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