29 July 2012 Edition
I nDíl Chuimhne agus Comhbrón
“Life springs from death and from the graves of patriot men and women spring living nations.” – Pádraig Mac Piarais
I nDíl Chuimhne
1 August 1981: Volunteer Kevin LYNCH (INLA), Long Kesh
2 August 1981: Volunteer Kieran DOHERTY, Long Kesh
3 August 1972: Volunteer Robert McCRUDDEN, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Battalion
3 August 1974: Volunteer Martin SKILLEN, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Battalion
4 August 1985: Volunteer Tony CAMPBELL, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Battalion
6 August 1985: Volunteer Charles ENGLISH, Derry Brigade
8 August 1981: Volunteer Thomas McELWEE, Long Kesh
8 August 1984: Volunteer Brendan WATTERS, Newry Brigade
8 August 1996: Volunteer Malachy WATTERS, South Armagh Brigade
9 August 1970: Volunteer Jimmy STEELE, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Battalion
9 August 1971: Volunteer Patrick McADOREY, Belfast Brigade, 3rd Battalion
9 August 1972: Volunteer Colm MURTAGH, Newry Brigade
9 August 1977: Fian Paul McWILLIAMS, Fianna Éireann
9 August 1986: Volunteer Patrick O’HAGAN, Derry Brigade
10 August 1976: Volunteer Danny LENNON, Belfast Brigade, 1st Battalion
11 August 1971: Volunteer Séamus SIMPSON, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Battalion
11 August 1972: Volunteer Anne PARKER, Cumann na mBan, Belfast
11 August 1972: Volunteer Michael CLARKE, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Battalion
11 August 1973: Volunteers Gerard McGLYNN and Seamus HARVEY, Tyrone Brigade
12 August 1991: Padraig O SEANACHÁIN, Sinn Féin
12 August 1996: Volunteer Jimmy ROE, Belfast Brigade, 1st Battalion
14 August 1974: Volunteer Paul MAGORRIAN, South Down Command
15 August 1969: Fian Gerald McAULEY, Fianna Éireann
16 August 1973: Volunteers Daniel McANALLEN and Patrick QUINN, Tyrone Brigade
16 August 1991: Tommy DONAGHY, Sinn Féin
18 August 1971: Volunteer Eamonn LAFFERTY, Derry Brigade
19 August 1971: Volunteer James O’HAGAN, Derry Brigade
20 August 1981 Volunteer Mickey DEVINE (INLA), Long Kesh
22 August 1972: Volunteers Noel MADDEN, Oliver ROWNTREE and Patrick HUGHES, Newry Brigade
25 August 1982: Volunteer Eamonn BRADLEY, Derry Brigade
26 August 1972: Volunteers James CARLIN and Martin CURRAN, South Down Brigade
27 August 1974: Volunteer Patrick McKEOWN, Newry Brigade
29 August 1975: Fian James TEMPLETON, Fianna Éireann
30 August 1973: Volunteer Francis HALL, Belfast Brigade, 1st Battalion
30 August 1988: Volunteers Brian MULLIN, Gerard HARTE and Martin HARTE, Tyrone Brigade
31 August 1973: Volunteer Patrick MULVENNA, Belfast Brigade
Always remembered by the Republican Movement
DEMPSEY, John. In loving memory of Fian John Dempesy, killed on active service on 8 July 1981. Will those who think of him today, a little pray to Jesus say. St Joseph, pray for him. Always proudly remembered by the McDonnell family.
McDONNELL, Joseph. In proud and loving memory of our brother, Volunteer Joe McDonnell, who died on hunger strike on 8 July 1981 in Long Kesh Concentration Camp. There is a gift in life you cannot buy that’s very rare and true, it’s the gift of a wonderful brother like the one we had in you. St Bernadette, pray for him. Sorely missed, loved today, tomorrow and forever by your sisters Eilish and Maura, brothers Hugo, Patsy, Paul and Frankie, sisters-in-law, nephews and the large family circle.
McELCAR, Peter. In loving memory of Volunteer Peter McElcar, Knock, Donegal, who died in action on 16 July 1976. From Catríona and Gerry McElwaine and family, Fanad. We also remember his comrade, Volunteer Patrick Cannon. May they rest in peace.
CAREY. Deepest sympathy to Derry Carey and his family on the recent death of his mother Hannah. From Tom Hanlon, Portlaoise Jail.
CAREY. Deepest sympathy to Derry Carey and his extended family on the recent death of his mother Hannah. From Mícheál Hennessy and the Ahern/Crowley Sinn Féin Cumann.
FOLEY. Deepest sympathy is extended to the Foley family on the recent death of Pete Foley of Bronx, New York, who died on 9 June. A heroic Workers’ Union leader and Irish nationalist sympathiser. From John McNally.
LYONS. Deepest sympathy is extended to the Lyons family on the recent death of Brian Lyons (Ó Liatháin), son of Máire and Thomas Lyons. Brian wrote the famous song ‘The Ballad of Bill Reid’. From Mrs Terry McSweeney (Ní Gavin), London.
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