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I nDíl Chuimhne agus Comhbrón

All notices and obituaries should be sent to [email protected] anphoblacht.com by Friday 17 May 2013

I nDíl Chuimhne

1 May 1993 Alan LUNDY, Sinn Féin.

2 May 1987 Volunteer Finbarr McKENNA, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Battalion.

3 May 1974: Volunteer Teddy CAMPBELL, Long Kesh.

5 May 1981: Volunteer Bobby SANDS, H-Block Martyrs.

5 May 1992:  Volunteer Christy HARFORD, Dublin Brigade.

6 May 1988: Volunteer Hugh HEHIR, Clare Brigade.

7 May 1974: Volunteer Frederick LEONARD, Belfast Brigade, 3rd Battalion.

8 May 1987: Volunteer Declan ARTHURS, Volunteer Séamus DONNELLY, Volunteer Tony GORMLEY, Volunteer Eugene KELLY, Volunteer Paddy KELLY, Volunteer Jim LYNAGH, Volunteer Pádraig McKEARNEY, Volunteer Gerard O’CALLAGHAN, Tyrone Brigade.

10 May 1973 Volunteer Tony AHERN, Cork Brigade.

12 May 1981: Volunteer Francis HUGHES, H-Block Martyrs.

13  May 1972: Fian Michael MAGEE, Fianna Éireann.

13  May 1972: Volunteer John STARRS, Derry Brigade.

13 May 1973: Volunteer Kevin KILPATRICK, Tyrone Brigade.

13 May 1974: Volunteer Eugene MARTIN; Volunteer Seán McKEARNEY, Tyrone Brigade.

15 May 1971: Volunteer Billy REID, Belfast Brigade, 3rd Battalion.

16 May 1973: Volunteer Joseph McKENNA, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Battalion.

17 May 1973: Volunteer Thomas O’DONNELL, GHQ Staff.

17 May 1976: Volunteer Jim GALLAGHER, Derry Brigade.

18 May 1973: Volunteer Seán McKEE, Belfast Brigade, 3rd Battalion.

18 May 1973: Volunteer Francis RICE, South Down Brigade.

21 May 1981: Volunteer Patsy O’HARA (INLA), Volunteer Raymond McCREESH, H-Block Martyrs.

21 May 1994: Volunteer Martin DOHERTY, Dublin Brigade.

24 May 1991: Eddie FULLERTON, Sinn Féin.

28 May 1972: Volunteer Martin ENGELEN, Volunteer Joseph FITZSIMMONS, Volunteer Edward McDONNELL, Volunteer Jackie McILHONE, Belfast Brigade, 3rd Battalion.

28 May 1981: Volunteer Charles MAGUIRE, Volunteer George McBREARTY, Derry Brigade.

31 May 1986: Volunteer Philip McFADDEN, Derry Brigade.

Always remembered by the Republican Movement.

CASEY, Gerard. In proud and loving memory of my father, Volunteer Gerard Casey, murdered 4 April 1989. Although we smile and make no fuss, no one misses you more than us, and when old times we often recall, that’s when we miss you most of all. Loved and remembered by Tara, Gerard and Katie. x

CASEY, Gerard. In proud and loving memory of my father, Volunteer Gerard Casey, murdered 4 April 1989. Deep in my heart is a picture more precious than silver or gold, it’s a picture of my father whose memory will never grow old. Always loved and remembered by Geraldine and Gary. x

CASEY, Gerard. In proud and loving memory of my dear husband, Volunteer Gerard Casey, murdered on 4 April 1989. I thought of you with love today, but that is nothing new, I thought about you yesterday and days before that to. I think of you in silence, I often speak your name, I’ll keep you forever in my heart, until we meet again. Always loved and remembered by your wife Una. x

CASEY, Gerard. In proud and loving memory of our father, Volunteer Gerard Casey, murdered on 4 April, 1989. The hands of time keep turning, the years they slip away but memories last forever, they are always here to stay. Proudly remembered by Paul, Noeleen and family. x

CASEY, Gerard. In proud and loving memory of my father, Volunteer Gerard Casey, murdered on 4 April, 1989. Silent memories true and tender just to show we still remember. Loved and remembered by Kevin and Linda. x

DOHERTY, Martin. In proud and loving memory of my brother, Volunteer Martin ‘Doco’ Doherty, Dublin Brigade, Óglaigh na hÉireann, who was murdered at the Widow Scallan’s on 21 May 1994 by a pro-British death squad who set out to cause mass carnage and he died while saving so many lives. Proudly remembered by his loving brother Ben and Bernie.

DOHERTY, Martin. In proud and loving memory of our uncle, Volunteer Martin Doherty, Dublin Brigade, Óglaigh na hÉireann, who was murdered at the Widow Scallan’s on 21 May 1994 by a UVF death squad intent on massacre. His selfless actions prevented many deaths. Proudly remembered by his nephews Ciarán and Robert.

DOHERTY, Martin. In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Martin ‘Doco’ Doherty, Dublin Brigade, Óglaigh na hÉireann, who was killed by loyalists at the Widow Scallan’s pub on 21 May 1994. Think of him as living in the hearts of those he touched, for nothing loved is ever lost. Grieve not for him. Speak not of sorrow. Although his eyes saw not his country’s glory, the service of his day shall make our tomorrow. From Ann and Caroline.

DOHERTY, Martin. In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Martin ‘Doco’ Doherty, Dublin Brigade, Óglaigh na hÉireann, who was killed by loyalists at the Widow Scallan’s pub on 21 May 1994. As near as a heartbeat, as close as a prayer, whenever we need you, you will always be there, you’re just a memory or part of the past, you’re ours to remember as long as life lasts. Proudly remembered by his brother Ben, Bernie, Robert and Ciarán.

ROSSINI, Wullie. In proud and loving memory of Wullie Rossini, a lifelong republican who died 28 April 1993. Gone but not forgotten. Always remembered by the Rossini family, Glasgow.

ROSSINI, Wullie. In proud and loving memory of Wullie Rossini, a lifelong republican who died 28 April 1993. Always in our thoughts. The Fleming family, Glasgow.

ROSSINI, Wullie. In proud and loving memory of Wullie Rossini, a lifelong republican, who died 28 April 1993. Always remembered by the Crawford family, Belfast.

Comhbhrón

CURTIN. Deepest sympathies are extended to the Curtin family following the tragic passing of Anthony. From everyone in Clare Sinn Féin.

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