28 January 2010 Edition

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I nDíl Chuimhne

21 January 1975: Volunteer John STONE, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Battalion; 26 January 1972: Volunteer Peter McNULTY, South Down Command; 26 January 1985: Volunteer Mick TIMOTHY, Dublin Brigade; 30 January 1972: Fian Gerry DONAGHY, Fianna Éireann “By truth and honour, principle and sacrifice alone will Ireland be free.”  – Liam Mellows. From the Republican Movement.
COVENEY, Ellen. In proud and loving memory of my dearest mother and life long republican who died 2 February 2009. Always remembered, never forgotten, your loving daughter Sandra and Peter.
COVENEY, Ellen. In proud memory of my Nan who died 2 February 2009. So many people knew you Nan it makes me feel so proud, you were a special person who stood out in the crowd. You always had a smile to share, a laugh, a joke and time to care. I miss you Nan and always will. From your loving granddaughter Niamh, Cian and Gemma.
COVENEY, Ellen. In proud and loving memory of dear grandmother who died 2 February 2009. We love and miss you everyday Liam and Martine.
COVENEY, Ellen. In proud and loving memory of my dearest mother who died 2 February 2009. Always remembered, never forgotten, your loving daughter Catherine and Billy
COVENEY, Ellen. In proud and loving memory of dear grandmother who died 2 February 2009 We love and miss you everyday, Cian, Cliona and Daragh
COVENEY, Ellen. In proud and loving memory of my dearest mother who died 2 February 2009. Always remembered, never forgotten, your loving son Finbarr, Joanna, Shauna and Clodagh
COVENEY, Ellen. In proud and loving memory of my dearest mother who died 2 February 2009. Always remembered, never forgotten, your loving daughter Eileen and Chtistopher.
COVENEY, Ellen. In proud and loving memory of dear grandmother who died 2 February 2009. Always remembered, never forgotten, Debbie, Gavin, Seainin and Jo Jo.
COVENEY, Ellen. In proud and loving memory of dear grandmother who died 2 February 2009. Always remembered, never forgotten, Cathy, Amie, Aaron, Eoin and Jake.
COVENEY, Ellen. In proud and loving memory of dear grandmother who died 2 February 2009. Always remembered, never forgotten, Siobhan, Sean and Natasha.
STONE, John. In proud and loving memory of my dear son Óglach John Stone, B Company, 2nd Battalion Óglaigh na hÉireann. Who died on active service 21 January 1975. “The great object of my life has been the independence of my country; for that I have sacrificed every thing that is most dear to man” – Theobald Wolfe Tone. Also his comrade John ‘Bap’ Kelly.  Always remembered with love and pride by your mother Mary Anne.
STONE, John. In proud and loving memory of my dear brother Óglach John Stone, B Company, 2n Battalion Óglaigh na hÉireann  who died on active service 21 January 1975. “They will not criminalise us, rob us of our true identity, steal our individualism, depoliticise us, churn us out as systemised, institutionalised, decent law-abiding robots. Never will they label our liberation struggle as criminal. I am amazed at British logic. Never in eight centuries have they succeeded in breaking the spirit of one man who refused to be broken. They have not dispirited, conquered, nor demoralised my people, nor will they ever.” Bobby Sands.  Also his comrade John ‘Bap’ Kelly, D Company Belfast Brigade.  Remembered always with love and pride by your brother Francis, partner Kate and children Jennifer, Emerson, Córa and Laoise.
TIMOTHY, Mick (Dublin Brigade). In memory of Volunteer Mick Timothy Dublin who died 26 January 1985. Remembered by the editor and staff of An Phoblacht.


Comhbhrón

CAREY. Deepest sympathy to the Carey family on the passing of Paddy Carey, Waterville, Co. Kerry  from the ‘Hugh McCooey Cumann Scotshouse, Co. Monaghan.
CREMIN. Deepest sympathy is extended to Cllr Henry Cremin and family on the loss of his sister Ann, from Sinn Féin Chorcaí, Republican Movement Cork, Cuige Mumhan, Cllrs Jonathan O’Brien, Fiona Kerins and Thomas Gould, Traolach MacSuibhne Cumann, Mick Nugent.
DONOGHUE. Deepest sympathy is extended to Mick and Paddy Donoghue and family on the death of their father. From Treasa Quinn and Tommy Berry
KELLY. Deepest sympathy is extended to the Kelly family, Dundalk on the sudden death of our friend and comrade Patsy. From Louth Sinn Féin Comhairle Ceantair.
RYAN. Deepest sympathy is extended to Henry Cremin on the recent death of his Sister Ann, also to all the Cremin and Ryan families. From Don Bullman Republican Prisoner Portlaoise Gaol.
RYAN. Deepest sympathy is extended to Henry Cremin on the recent death of his Sister Ann Ryan. From Micheál Hennessy Cumann.
SMITH. Deepest sympathy to the family of Phil Smith, Lettermore, Lisnageer from the Hugh McCooey Cumann, Scotshouse, Co. Monaghan.


Buíochas

COVENEY, Ellen (1st Ann). The family of the late Ellen Coveney wish to thank everyone who was with us at our great time of sadness and loss. We especially want to thank Rita O’Hare who spoke so kindly at her graveside about her time spent with mum. We also want to thank her oldest republican friends Tony and Patsy McCarthy and Peader. Thanks also to Mary Burns who kept her old promise to sing Wrap the Green Flag Round Me as she was being buried. Also thanks to Golly and the rest of the guard of honour (you know who you are), and the piper. Also to the many people who travelled from all over Ireland to be with us. Our mum was a lifelong republican and remained so till the end.

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