7 May 2009 Edition
I nDíl Chuimhne5 May 1981 Volunteer Bobby SANDS, Long Kesh; 5 May 1992 Volunteer Christy HARFORD, Dublin Brigade; 6 May 1988 Volunteer Hugh HEHIR, Clare Brigade; 7 May 1974 Volunteer Frederick LEONARD, Belfast Brigade, 3rd Battalion; 8 May 1987 Volunteer Declan ARTHURS; Volunteer Eugene KELLY; Volunteer Gerard O’CALLAGHAN; Volunteer Jim LYNAGH; Volunteer Paddy KELLY; Volunteer Padraig McKEARNEY: Volunteer Seamus DONNELLY; Volunteer Tony GORMLEY, Tyrone Brigade; 10 May 1973 Volunteer Tony AHERN, Cork Brigade. “The two currents of revolutionary thought in Ireland, the socialist and the national, are not antagonistic but complimentary.” – James Connolly. From the Republican Movement.
AHERN, Tony. In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Tony Ahern, Cork Brigade, Óglaigh na h-Éireann, who died on active service on 10 May 1973, always rememberd by the Republican Movement Munster, Republican Movement Cork, Vols Ahern/Crowley Cumann Cork City.
HEHIR, Hugh. In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Hugh Hehir who was killed on active service on 6 May 1988. Always remembered by the Republican Movement Munster.
ComhbhrónFALLAN. Deepest sympathy to Michael and family on the death of their father, Michael Snr. From his friends and comrades in Wishaw Cairde na hÉireann.
PENDER. Wexford Comhairle Ceantair offers condolences to the family of the late Tony Pender,a republican of long standing. He served his country well.God rest his soul.
PENDER. The Fr. Murphy/ Keegan/Parle Cumann, Enniscorthy extends deepest sympathy to Tony’s daughter, Margaret Murphy, his sisters, Helen Walsh and Sr.Dorothy (London), nieces, nephews, grandchildren and the wider family. Tony was a staunch republican who joined Na Fianna aged sixteen, never wavered in the quest for a re-united Ireland, was faithful to the end.