25 February 2010 Edition
I nDíl Chuimhne22 February 1986: Volunteer Tony GOUGH, Derry Brigade; 23 February 1981: Volunteer James BURNS, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Battalion; 23 February 1985: Volunteer Charlie BRESLIN, Volunteer David DEVINE; Volunteer Michael DEVINE, Tyrone Brigade; 26 February 1978: Volunteer Paul DUFFY, Tyrone Brigade; 28 February 1986: Volunteer Tom McGILL, Belfast Brigade, 1st Battalion. “By truth and honour, principle and sacrifice alone will Ireland be free.” – Liam Mellows. From the Republican Movement.
BURNS, Brendan; MOLEY, Brendan (North Antrim Brigade). In memory of Volunteer Brendan Burns and Volunteer Brendan Moley, South Armagh Brigade, who died on active service 29 February 1988 for the cause of Irish freedom. “Ireland unfree shall never be at peace”. Fuair said bas ar son saoirse na hEireann. Remembered by the Volunteer Charlie McGlade Sinn Féin Cumann, Drimnagh, Dublin.
BRESLIN, Charlie; DEVINE, Michael; DEVINE, David (Tyrone Brigade). In proud and loving of Volunteers Michael and David Devine and Volunteer Charlie Breslin Óglaigh na hÉireann who were murdered on the 23 of Feburary 1985 by faceless British assassins on the word of a tout. “They cut you down in the prime of life, but in the sacrifice you made, you will be remembered with pride forever”. Mass offered, St Joseph watch over them. Always remembered with pride, from Martin Begley Bolton England.
HOGAN, Henry; MARTIN, Declan. (North Antrim Brigade). In proud and loving memory of Volunteers Henry Hogan and Declan Martin North Antrim Brigade Óglaigh na hÉireann, killed on active service on 21 February 1984. From Hogan/Martin Cumann; Dunloy/Gerard/Casey Cumann Rasharkin; Joe Cahill Cumann Ballycastle; Roger Casement Cumann Ballymena; Patrick Kinney Cumann Glens; Malachey Carey Cumann Loughguile; John Davey Cumann Glenarm; Kieran Nugent Cumann Carnlough; North and East Antrim Comhairle Ceantair; County Derry and Antrim Graves Association.
HUGHES, Mary, (Sinn Féin). In proud and loving memory of Sinn Féin activist Mary Hughes who died 27 February 1999. Always remembered by Mary and clann.
MAGEE, Joseph (Belfast Brigade) In proud and loving memory of my dear brother Volunteer Joe Magee, 3rd Battalion Óglaigh na hÉireann killed on active service 21 February 1972. “Life springs from death and from graves of patriot men and women springs living nations”. Our lady Queen of the Gael pray for him. Always remembered by his loving sister Sarah, brother-in-law Conn and McVarnock family circle.
MAGEE, Joseph (Belfast Brigade) In proud and loving memory of my dear brother Volunteer Joe Magee, 3rd Battalion Óglaigh na hÉireann killed on active service 21 February 1972. Quietly remembered with thoughts sincere as time unfolds another year. St Joseph pray for him. Always remembered by his loving sister Betty, brother-in-law Jim, brothers Michael and Emmanuel Canada and Australia.
MAGEE, Joseph (Belfast Brigade) In proud and loving memory of my dear brother Volunteer Joe Magee, 3rd Battalion Óglaigh na hÉireann killed on active service 21st February 1972. St Bridgid pray for him. Time slips away but our love and memories will always stay. Proudly remembered by his brother Patsy, sister-in-law Maureen and Magee family circle
MOLEY, Brendan (South Armagh Brigade)). In proud and loving Memory of Volunteer Brendan Moley who died whilst on active service on 29 February 1988. Will those who think of him today, a little prayer to Jesus say. Always remembered by your loving mother Mary.
MOLEY, Brendan (South Armagh Brigade). In proud and loving Memory of Volunteer Brendan Moley who died on active service on 29 February 1988. As long as we live we will cherish your name. In memory we still see you even the same. Still in our hearts you are living yet, we loved you too dearly to ever forget.Remembered always by your sisters, brothers, nieces and nephews at home and abroad.
McSHANE, Charlie. In ever loving memory of Charlie McShane who died 24 February 1989, late staff of AP/RN “As the long years slowly pass, we miss you so much still. A loving husband, father and comrade and a good friend to all. We can never forget you and all you stood for. Mary Queen of the Gael pray for him. Sadly missed by his wife Christine, son Adrian and daughter Amanda.
McSHANE, Carlie. In proud and loving memory of Charlie McShane. From the editor and staff of An Phoblacht.
O’BRIEN, Eddie. In proud memory of Volunteer Ed O’Brien, who died on Active service. From the Fr. Murphy, Keegan, Parle Cumann Enniscorthy.
O’DONNELL. In loving memory of George Lynch, a great Community activist in Darndale Dublin 17, who died on the 21 February 1991. From Arthur O’Donnell
ComhbhrónDOWNING. Deepest sympathy to the Downing family on the recent death of Kate, Drumlish Longford. Sadly missed by Maureen, Gerard, Conrad and Dualta Higgins.
DOWNING. Deepest sympathy to the family and friends of Kate Downing of Drumlish Longford. Sadly missed by Maureen, Gerard, Conrad and Dualta Higgins.
GILGUNN. Deepest Sympathy to the Gilgunn family on the untimely death of your son Ciaran
GILGUNN. Deepest sympathy to the Gilgunn family on the untimely death of your son and brother Ciaran. From Tom Flatley Cuman Enniskillen and Fermanagh Comhairle Ceantair.
RONAN, Bobby. Deepest sympathy is extended to the Ronan family, Co. Cork and Courtnacuddy, Enniscorthy, on the death of our friend and comrade, Bobby. From the Fr. Murphy, Keegan, Parle Cumann, Enniscorthy
SHIELS. Deepest sympathy to Eileen Shiels and family on the death of her father Niall. From the editor and staff of An Phoblacht.
SHIELS. Deepest sympathy to Eileen Shiels and family on the death of her father Niall. From all the staff and drivers at an phoblacht: Niamh,Treasa and Tommy, Dixie and Noeleen and the staff of the Sinn Féin Bookshop.