4 February 2010 Edition

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Notices

I nDíl Chuimhne

1 February 1975: Volunteer Sean BOYLE, South Armagh Brigade; 1 Feruary 1981: Volunteer Peadar MOHAN, Monaghan Brigade; 2 Feb. 1981: Volunteer Liam HANNAWAY, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Battalion; 3 February 1973: Volunteer James SLOAN, Belfast Brigade, 3rd Battalion 3 February 1999: Volunteer Harry BURNS, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Battalion 3 February 1973: Volunteer James McCANN, Belfast Brigade, 3rd Battalion; 4 February 1973: Volunteer Tony CAMPBELL, Belfast Brigade, 3rd Battalion; 4 February 1992: Paddy LOUGHRAN, Pat McBRIDE, Sinn Féin; 5 February 1992: Volunteer Joseph MacMANUS, Sligo Brigade; 5 February 1972: Volunteer Charles McCANN, Volunteer Phelim Grant, North Antrim Brigade; 6 February 1971: Volunteer James SAUNDERS, Belfast Brigade, 3rd Battalion; 6  February 1989: Volunteer James Joseph CONNOLLY, Tyrone Brigade; 7 February 1982: Volunteer Danny McMULLAN, County Derry Brigade. “By truth and honour, principle and sacrifice alone will Ireland be free.”  – Liam Mellows. From the Republican Movement.
CONNOLLY, James Joseph. In proud and loving memory of Volunteer ‘Josie’ Connolly, West Tyrone Brigade, Óglaigh na hÉireann who died 6 February 1989 from injuries received on active service “Life springs from death and from the graves of patriot men and women spring living nations.” Remembered with pride by friends and comrades in the Harvey, McGlynn, Connolly Cumann Castlederg.
CONNOLLY, James Joseph (Tyrone Brigade) In proud and loving memory of Volunteer James Joseph Connolly, Tyrone Brigade, Oglaigh na h,Eireann, Killed on active service on 6 February 1989 aged 20 years RIP. Always remembered by the Harvey/Connolly/ Shanaghan cumann Aghyaran
COVENEY, Ellen. In proud and loving memory of Ellen Coveney who died 2 February 2009. Always remembered, never forgotten. From Hughie and May Byrne.
MacMANUS, Joseph (Sligo Brigade). In proud and loving memory of our dear son Volunteer Joseph MacManus, who died in action on 5 February 1992. “Grieve not for him. Speak not a word of sorrow although his eyes saw not his country’s glory. The service of his day shall make our morrow. His name shall be a watchword in its story.” We love and miss you Joe. From Mum and Dad.
MacMANUS, Joseph (Sligo Brigade). In proud and loving memory of my brother and comrade Volunteer Joseph MacManus, who died in action on 5 February 1992. “True republicanism is the sovereignty of the people. There are natural and imprescriptible rights which an entire nation has no right to violate.” – Lafayette. Always remembered with pride by your comrade and brother, Chris.
McMANUS, Josepth. In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Joe MacManus, killed in action 5 Februry 1992 in Co. Fermanagh, Always remembered by your friend and comrade Noel, and Corinna,  Seosamh, Liam, Finghin, Áine and Tadhg.
McMANUS, Josepth. “In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Joe MacManus, killed in action 5 Februry 1992 in Co. Fermanagh, Always remembered by Iris and Jim
MacMANUS, Joseph (Sligo Brigade). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Joseph MacManus, who was killed in action in County Fermanagh on 5 February 1992. Always remembered by his comrades in the Republican Movement, Sligo.
MacMANUS, Joseph (Sligo Brigade). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Joseph MacManus, who was killed in action in County Fermanagh on 5 February 1992. Always remembered by Sligo Sinn Féin Comhairle Ceantair.
MacMANUS, Joseph (Sligo Brigade). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Joseph MacManus, who was killed in action in County Fermanagh on 5 February 1992. Always remembered by the Volunteer Joe MacManus/Noble Six/Fr. O’Flanagan Cumann, Sligo Town.
MacMANUS, Joseph. (Sligo Brigade). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Joseph MacManus, who was killed in action in County Fermanagh on 5 February 1992. Always remembered by the TJ Walsh Cumann, West Sligo.
MacMANUS, Joseph. (Sligo Brigade). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Joseph MacManus, who was killed in action in County Fermanagh on 5 February 1992.Always remembered by the Countess Markievicz Cumann, North Sligo.
MacMANUS, Joseph. (Sligo Brigade). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Joseph MacManus, who was killed in action in County Fermanagh on 5 February 1992. Always remembered by the Coen/Savage Cumann, East Sligo.
MacMANUS, Joseph. (Sligo Brigade). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Joseph MacManus, who was killed in action in County Fermanagh on 5 February 1992.  Always remembered by the Michael J Marren Cumann, South Sligo.

Comhbhrón

COLEMAN. Deepest sympathy is extended to Cllr Seamus Coleman and the extended Coleman family on the death of their father Jerry. From the Commdt Charlie Hurley Cumann, Bandon and West Cork Comhairle Ceantar.
COLEMAN. Deepest sympathy is extended to the Coleman family on the sad death of our friend and comrade Jerry. From Rachel and DJ
COLEMAN.  Deepest sympathy is extended to Cllr Seamus Coleman and family on the death of their father Jerry. From Cllr Rachel McCarthy, Cllr Cionnaith O’Suilleabhain, Cllr Noel Harrington and Cllr Donnacha O’ Seaghda, West Cork
DONOHUE. Deepest sympoathy is extended to Mick and Paddy Donohue and ll the Donohue family on the death of their father. From Niall, and Margaret Binead and family, Aengus and Asling Ó Snodaigh and family, Dublin South Central Comhairle Ceantair, Logue/Marley, Emmet/Clarke, James Connolly and Charlie McGlade Sinn Féin Cumainn Dublin South Central.
HOULIHAN. Deepest sympathy to former Tralee Town Councillor Maisie Houlihan and her family on the death of Brendan. From the North Kerry/West Limerick Comhairle Ceantair.
HOULIHAN. Deepest sympathies are extended to Maisie Houlihan and family, Tralee, on the death of Brendan. From Martin Ferris and family.
HOULIHAN. Deepest sympathy is extended to the Houlihan family, Tralee, on the recent death of Brendan, particularly to his wife Maisie; sons Johann, Donie, Dominick; daughters Brenda and Sharon; his grandchildren; his brothers and sisters and his extended family. From all his friends in the John Joe Sheehy Cumann, Tralee.
KELLY. Deepest sympathy is extended to the family of Patsy Kelly, Dundalk, on his sudden death. From the members of the Halpenny/ Worthington/Watters Sinn Féin Cumann, Dundalk.
TAAFFE. Deepest sympathy to the Taaffe family on the passing of their mother Eileen, Coolock, Dublin from the Steenson family.

Buíochas

THE WIFE AND FAMILY of the late Volunteer Sean Keenan (RIP) would like to offer their sincere thanks and appreciation to all those who sympathised with them during their recent bereavement. A special thanks to his GP Dr Toal for his devoted attention during his illness. To all the staff of the Bridgewater Suite at the City Hospital, including his consultant Dr McAleese. The NI Ambulance Service. To all our friends and neighbours from Dermott Hill who helped out at the wake with food and refreshments. All those who sent Mass Cards and travelled near and far for the funeral service. Thank You to Fr Michael Murdock for the lovely prayers at our home. Gratitude to Gort na Mona, Caulfields and the Blackstaff for all their help at the wake. To the Roddy’s for the beautiful buffet that they laid on after the funeral. A special thanks to the Healy Brothers for their handling of the funeral arrangements which they carried with dignity and sensitivity. To the staff of Roselawn Crematorium. To Seamus Donnelly for providing the lovely music. To the Republican Movement, Belfast and South Armagh, for the special tribute, which will never be forgotten. A final thank you to all friends and family, immediate and extended, especially Christina who was invaluable. As it would be impossible to thank everyone, we offer our apologies to anyone we may have left out.

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