21 May 2009 Edition

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I nDíl Chuimhne

18 May 1973: Volunteer Francis RICE, South Down Command; Volunteer Seán McKEE, Belfast Brigade, 3rd Battalion; 21 May 1981: Volunteer Patsy O’HARA (INLA), Long Kesh; Volunteer Raymond McCREESH, Long Kesh; 21 May 1994: Volunteer Martin DOHERTY, Dublin Brigade; 24 May 1991: Eddie FULLERTON, Sinn Féin. “The two currents of revolutionary thought in Ireland, the socialist and the national, are not antagonistic but complimentary.” – James Connolly. From the Republican Movement.
DOHERTY, Martin. Volunteer Martin ‘Doco’ Doherty Dublin Brigade Óglaigh na hÉireann who was murdered by the British state at Widow Scallans on the 21 May 1994. “Tis not sleeping graves these English knaves have made but unquenchable stars of freedoms light”.  Always remembered with pride by Martin Begley, Bolton England.
DOHERTY, Martin ‘Doco’. Uncle Martin you are forever in our hearts, always remembered. Love you always, Cillian, Abbie, Alex, Amber, Chloe and Jake xxx.
DOHERTY, Martin ‘Doco’. Your bravery and selflessness will continue to inspire us, forever in our hearts, “Ireland Unfree Shall Never Be at Peace.” Remembered by your friends in the Dublin RFB and Vol. Martin ‘Doco’ Doherty RFB, Govan Glasgow.
DOHERTY, Martin ‘Doco’. Whilst your spirit lives on we will remember you with pride, forever in our hearts.  Nizzy and the Nesbitt Family, Govan Glasgow.
DOHERTY, Martin ‘Doco’. In proud memory of Volunteer Martin ‘Doco’ Doherty a true and proud Republican whose sacrifice saved so many lives on the 21 May 1994. Always remembered with pride from Eugene and Kelly, Paul and Jenn and the Taylor Family, Govan Glasgow.
DOHERTY, Martin ‘Doco’. In proud and loving memory of Oglach Martin ‘Doco’ Doherty, Dublin Brigade, Óglaigh na hÉireann who died defending his people from a loyalist death squad on May 21st 1994. A true inspiration to this and to future generations. Remembered always by Wishaw Cairde na hÉireann and by the Keatings and Rice families.
DOHERTY, Martin ‘Doco’. In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Martin ‘Doco’ Doherty, Óglaigh na hÉireann. Think of him as living in the hearts of those he touched, for nothing loved is ever lost. Grieve not for him. Speak not of sorrow. Although his eyes saw not his country’s glory, the service of his day shall make our tomorrow. From Ann and Caroline
DOHERTY, Martin ‘Doco’. In proud and loving memory of my brother  Volunteer Martin ‘Doco’ Doherty, Óglaigh na hÉireann, who was murdered by loyalists outside the Widow Scallan’s pub, on 21st May 1994. As near as a heartbeat, as close as a prayer, whenever we need you, you will always be there, you’re just a memory or part of the past, you’re ours to remember as long as life lasts. Proudly remembered by his brother Ben, Bernie and family.
DOHERTY, Martin ‘Doco’. Vol. Martin Doherty, Dublin Brigade, 21st May 1994, murdered by loyalist death squad while protecting Republicans in the Widow Scallons Pub, Pearse Street. “Fuair siad bais ar son saoirse na hÉireann”. Always remembered by the Dublin Republican Commemoration Committee  
FULLERTON, Edward (Eddie). In proud and loving memory of Sinn Fein Councillor of B.C.C/D.C.C, who was murdered by pro British forces on 25th May, 1991. We think about you quietly, with pride we speak your name, though life goes on without you, it will never be the same, so many things have happened, we wanted you to share, so many times we needed you, and wished that you were there, you left us with our memories of times when we were all together, to get the justice you deserve we will fight on for ever. Loved and missed so much by your loving wife Diana, Sons, Daughters, Sons and Daughters in law, Grandchildren, and Great Grandchildren. Queen of Ireland pray for him, R.I.P.
HUGHES, Francis. In proud and loving memory of Óglach Francis Hughes who died on Hunger Strike in the H-Blocks  of Long Kesh on May 12th, 1981.  Always remembered by the Casement, Kelly, Highstead Cumann, Maghera; the Fergal O’Hanlon, John Davey Cumann, Lavey; McCusker, McMullan, O’Hagan Cumann, Swatragh; Thomas McElwee Cumann, Greenlough; Steele, Bateson, Sheirdan & Lee Cumann, Newbridge & Ballymaguigan; Francis Bradley Cumann Magherafelt Sinn Féin; Ballinascreen Sinn Féin; Hughes, Connolly, McElwee Cumann, Bellaghy; Emmett, McMullan, McEldwoney Cumann, Slaughtneil; Sean Larkin Cumann, Loup; Desertmartin Sinn Fein; South Derry Comhairle Ceanntair and the Counties Derry and Antrim Republican Graves Association.
KEENAN, Brian. Óglach Brian Keenan 1st Anniversary 21st May 2009. Remembered with love and pride by his wife Chrissie on the first anniversary of his death and always.
KEENAN, Brian. Óglach Brian Keenan 1st Anniversary 21 May 2009. I nDil Cuimhne.  A year has passed so quickly but we talk about you all the time and will never forget you, all our love your daughter Christina, Jake and kids; Orliath, Conchuir, Eimear, Fionnghuala, Tiarnan and your new week old great grandson Seadhna.  Stay close. XXX
KEENAN, Brian. Óglach Brian Keenan 1st Anniversary 21st May 2009. Its so hard to believe it’s been a year Daddy and so much has happened, Stay close Daddy.  We love you so much and miss you everyday. Your heartbroken daughter Bernadette, Jonathon and kids Molly and Jessie Jo. New York.
KEENAN, Brian. Óglach Brian Keenan 1st Anniversary 21st May 2009. Remembered with love and tremendous pride by his daughter Anne-Marie, son in law Jimmy. Grandsons Martin, Paul and Ciarán. Great grandsons Culainn and Fiontan.
KEENAN, Brian. Óglach Brian Keenan 1st Anniversary 21st May 2009. Remembered with love and pride by his son Sean and Grand-daughter Sarah.
KEENAN, Brian. Óglach Brian Keenan 1st Anniversary 21st May 2009.  Remembered with love and pride by his son Frankie and grandson Jack in San Fransisco
McCREESH, Raymond. In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Raymond Mc Creesh, 1st Batt., South Armagh Brigade, Óglaigh na hÉireann who died in Long Kesh on 21st May 1981 after 66 days on hunger strike. “but if to have loved my country - to have known its wrongs - to have felt the injuries of the persecuted and to have united with them and all other religious persuasions in the most orderly and least sanguinary means of procuring redress - if those be felonies, I am a felon, but not otherwise.” William Orr. Always remembered with love and pride by his friends and comrades in the Bennett/Boyle/Cleary/Toner Cumman Belleek/Whitecross.


Comhbhrón

MOONEY, Marshall. Died 17 May 2009. I measc laochra na nGael. Deepest sympathy to the Mooney family circle on the death of Marshall our very dear friend,  We will always love, miss and remember you Mick. Chrissie, Jake and Family
MOONEY, Marshall. Died 17 May 2009. Deepest sympathy to all the Mooney Family circle on the death of Marshall, a good friend.  Our thoughts are with you at this time. Bernadette and Jonathon Martin and Family, New York.
MOONEY. It was with deep sadness that we learned of the recent untimely death of our friend and comrade Marshall Mooney who died on May 17 2009 and we extend our heartfelt sorrow to the extended Mooney family. Always remembered with pride and love. From Patrick Muvenna and the entire Mulvenna family.
MOONEY, Marshall. Died 17 May 2009. Our deepest and heartfelt sympathy to all the Mooney family on the loss of our friend Marshall. The Keenan Family

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