1 April 2010 Edition

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Notices

I nDíl Chuimhne

1 April 1980: Volunteer Robert CARR, Newry Brigade; 2 April 1987: Volunteer Laurence MARLEY, Belfast Brigade, 3rd Battalion; 2 April 1992: Danny CASSIDY, Sinn Féin; 4 April 1971: Volunteer Tony HENDERSON, Belfast Brigade, 1st Battalion; 4 April 1989: Volunteer Gerard CASEY, North Antrim Brigade; 4 April 1994 Volunteer John O’RAWE, Belfast Brigade, 1st Battalion. In the long run the freedom of a nation is measured by the freedom of its lowest class. Every upward step of that class to the possibility of possessing higher things raises the standard of the nation in the scale of civilisation.- James Connolly
CARR, Robert (Newry Brigade). In proud and loving memory of Óglach Robert Carr who died for Ireland on 1 April 1980. Remembered always by Newry Comhairle Ceantair.
CARR, Robert (Newry Brigade). In proud and loving memory of Óglach Robert Carr who died for Ireland on 1 April 1980. Remembered always by the Bob Carr Cumann, St Mary’s parish, Newry.
CASEY, Gerard (North Antrim Brigade). In proud and loving memory of my dear husband Volunteer Gerard Casey, murdered on 4 April 1989. Quietly today your memory is kept, no need for words, I will never forget as thoughts go back as they often do, I treasure the memories I have of you. Always loved and remembered. Una X
CASEY, Gerard (North Antrim Brigade). In proud and loving memory of my dear father Volunteer Gerard Casey, murdered 4 April 1989. If I could have one lifetime wish, one dream that could come true, I’d ask with all my heart for yesterday and you. Always loved and remembered by your daughter Geraldine and partner Gary. XXX
CASEY, Gerard (North Antrim Brigade). In proud and loving memory of my dear father Volunteer Gerard Casey, murdered 4 April 1989. A silent tear keeps falling which others cannot see, a longing for my father who meant the world to me. A photograph to treasure is all I have to touch, of a father I loved with all my heart and miss so very much. Loved and missed by your son Kevin and partner Linda.
CASEY, Gerard (North Antrim Brigade). In proud and loving memory of my dear father Volunteer Gerard Casey, murdered 4 April 1989. Silent memories keep you near as time unfolds another year, like falling leaves the years go by but memories of you will never die. Loved and remembered by your daughter Tara, partner Charles and gradson Gerard. XXX
CASEY, Gerard (North Antrim Brigade). In proud and loving memory of  my father Volunteer Gerard Casey, murdered 4 April 1989. Always remembered and never forgotten. From your son Paul, Noeleen and grand children Orla and Erin.
CASEY, Gerard (North Antrim Brigade). In proud and loving memory of my dear brother Gerard, murdered 4 April 1989. A silent thought, a quiet prayer for someone special in Gods care. Loved and missed always by Eamonn, Ann and Family.
CASEY, Gerard (North Antrim Brigade). In loving memory of my dear uncle Gerard murdered 4 April 1989. Always loved, never forgotten by Natasha xxx
KELLY, Jimmy (South Derry). In proud and loving memory of Óglach Jimmy Kelly, South Derry Brigade Óglaigh na hÉireann who was murdered by a pro-British death squad on 25 March 1993.  “The hands of time keep turning, the years they slip away, but memories last forever, there always here to stay.” Always loved and remembered with pride and love by your father, sister and brother.
KELLY, Jimmy (South Derry). In proud and loving memory of Óglach Jimmy Kelly, South Derry Brigade Óglaigh na hÉireann who was murdered by a pro-British death squad on 25 March 1993. “The Republic stands for truth and honour, for all that is noblest in our race, by truth and honour, principle and sacrifice alone will Ireland be free.” Always remembered by the McPeake family, Tullyheron, Maghera.

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