30 April 2009 Edition

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I nDíl Chuimhne, Comhbhrón agus Buíochas

 

I nDíl Chuimhne

1 May  1993: Alan LUNDY, Sinn Féin; 2 May 1987: Volunteer Finbarr McKENNA, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Battalion; 3 May 1974: Volunteer Teddy CAMPBELL, Long Kesh. The two currents of revolutionary thought in Ireland, the socialist and the national, are not antagonistic but complimentary. – James Connolly. From the Republican Movement.
HEHIR, Hugh. In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Hugh Hehir who was killed on active service on 6 May 1988. Always remembered with pride by Clare Comhairle Ceanntar.
McKENNA, Finbarr (2nd Battalion Belfast Brigade). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Finbarr McKenna 2nd Battalion, Belfast Brigade, Óglaigh na hÉireann who died on active service on 2 May 1987. “Life springs from death and from the graves of patriot men and women spring living nations”. PH Pearse. Always remembered by Seamus Finucane and family.
O’HAGAN, Joe (JB) (Armagh). In proud memory of Óglach JB O’Hagan who passed away on 23 April 2001. An unbreakable Fenian always. Always remembered by the North Armagh Republican Movement.
O’HAGAN, Joe (JB) (Armagh). In proud memory of Óglach JB O’Hagan who passed away on 23 April 2001. Forever an inspiration, from Upper Bann Sinn Féin. “Life springs from death, and from the graves of patriot men and women spring living nations.”
O’HAGAN, Joe (JB) (Armagh). In proud memory of Óglach JB O’Hagan. Always remembered by North Armagh Ex-POWs.
O’HAGAN, Joe (JB) (Armagh). In proud memory of Óglach JB O’Hagan. Always remembered by National Graves Association.
O’HAGAN, Joe (JB) (Armagh). In proud and loving memory of Óglach JB O’Hagan. Always remembered with pride by Ógra Shinn Féin.

Comhbhrón

KELLY. Deepest sympathy to the family and friends of Oliver Kelly who passed away recently. From Ella and Martina.
MATHEWS. Anne Matthews former Leader of Southwark Council who did Trojan work in England on the Anti Strip Search Campaign.  From Martina and Ella
McATEER. Deepest sympathy to Mary Mullen on the death of her mother Bridget (DILLIE)McAteer. From your friends and comrades in the Black/Ryan Cumann Lucan
McATEER. Deepest sympathy to Mary Mullen on the death of her mother Bridget (Dillie) McAteer. From Claire Fitzgerald and Paul Hogan.

Buíochas

MOORE . We, the family of the late Marie Moore wish to express our thanks and appreciation to everyone who sympathised with us during our recent bereavement. To all who sent Mass cards, sympathy cards and letters of condolence. Those who sent floral tributes, telephoned, made food, called to the house or just thought of us in our time of sorrow. To all her many comrades, and her colleagues in various committees and boards. To all her friends, old and new, at home and abroad, and everyone who attended the funeral. A very special thanks to the Republican Movement who carried out her final wishes with dignity and pride. To Colette and friends for their final vigil, our heartfelt thanks. It was greatly appreciated. The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass will be offered for your intentions.


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