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I nDíl Chuimhne agus Comhbhrón

Life springs from death and from the graves of patriot men and women spring living nations – Pádraig Pearse

I nDíl Chuimhne

1 February 1975: Volunteer Seán BOYLE, South Armagh Brigade.

1 February 1981: Volunteer Peadar MOHAN, Monaghan Brigade.

2 February 1981: Volunteer Liam HANNAWAY, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Battalion.

3 February 1973: Volunteer James SLOAN, Volunteer James McCANN, Belfast Brigade, 3rd Battalion.

3 February 1999: Volunteer Harry BURNS, Belfast Brigade, 2nd 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 Phelim GRANT, Volunteer Charles McCANN, 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.

9 February 1975: Volunteer Bridie DOLAN, Cumann na mBan, Belfast.

10 February 1972: Volunteer Joseph CUNNINGHAM, Belfast Brigade, 3rd Battalion.

10 February 1973: Volunteer Leo O’HANLON, South Down Command, Volunteer Vivien FITZSIMMONS, Cumann na mBan, Downpatrick.

12 February 1976: Fian James O’NEILL, Fianna Éireann.

12 February 1976: Volunteer Francis STAGG (Wakefield Prison), England.

13 February 1976: Volunteer Seán BAILEY, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Battalion.

14 February 1989: John DAVEY, Sinn Féin.

15 February 1976: Volunteer James McGRILLEN, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Battalion.

16 February 1992: Volunteer Peter CLANCY, Volunteer Kevin Barry O’DONNELL, Volunteer Seán O’FARRELL, Volunteer Patrick VINCENT, Tyrone Brigade.

18 February 1976: Paul BEST, Sinn Féin.

18 February 1986: Volunteer Francis BRADLEY, South Derry.

18 February 1996: Volunteer Edward O’BRIEN, Wexford Brigade.

19 February 1972: Fian David McAULEY, Fianna Éireann.

19 February 1992: Volunteer Brendan SEERY, Portlaoise.

21 February 1972: Volunteer Gerard BELL, Volunteer Robert DORRIAN, Volunteer Joseph MAGEE, Volunteer Gerard STEELE, Belfast Brigade, 3rd Battalion.

21 February 1984: Volunteer Henry HOGAN, Volunteer Declan MARTIN, North Antrim Brigade.

22 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.

29 February 1988: Volunteer Brendan BURNS, Volunteer Brendan MOLEY, South Armagh Brigade.

Always remembered by the Republican Movement.

CONNOLLY, James Joseph. In proud and loving memory of Volunteer ‘Josie’ Connolly, West Tyrone Brigade, Óglaigh na hÉireann, who died on 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, McHugh Sinn Féin Cumann Castlederg.

HAMILTON, Peter. In proud and loving memory of our comrade Peter ‘Skeet’ Hamilton. Never forgotten by the Halpenny, Worthington, Watters Sinn Féin Cumann, Dundalk.

HAMILTON. In fond memory of our friend and comrade Peter ‘Skeet’ Hamilton. Always in our thoughts. Paddy and Catherine Agnew, Dundalk.

KELLY, Patsy. In proud and loving memory of our comrade Patsy Kelly, whose anniversary occurs at this time. Always remembered by the Halpenny, Worthington, Watters Sinn Féin Cumann, Dundalk.

MacMANUS, Joseph. 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. 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 Chris. 

MacMANUS, Joseph. In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Joe Mac Manus, Óglaigh na hÉireann, killed in action, 5 February 1992. Always remembered by your friend and comrade Noel, Corinna and family.

MacMANUS, Joseph. In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Joe Mac Manus, who was killed on active service on 5 February1992. From Iris and Jim.

MacMANUS, Joseph. 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 Sligo.

McNEILL, Bob. Bob McNeill (London and Toome), always remembered by family friends and comrades in the West London Republican Support Group, Hammersmith, London.

MATTHEWS, Eamon. In proud and loving memory of our comrade Eamon Matthews, whose anniversary occurs at this time. Never forgotten by the Halpenny, Worthington, Watters Sinn Féin Cumann, Dundalk.

O’BRIEN, Edward. In proud and loving memory of our son and brother Ed, who died on active service in London on 18 February 1996. Lovingly remembered by parents Miley and Margo, and sister and brother Lorraine and Gary.

O’BRIEN, Edward. In proud and loving memory of Ed O’Brien, who was killed on active service in London on 18 February 1996. Always remembered by Ann.

O’BRIEN, Edward. In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Ed O’Brien, who died on active service in London on 18 February 1996. Always remembered by Tony Duncan.

O’BRIEN, Edward. In proud and loving memory of our friend and comrade, Volunteer Ed O’Brien, who died on active service in London on 18 February 1996. “There is no easy walk to freedom anywhere.” Never forgotten by the Volunteer Ed O’Brien Sinn Féin Cumann, Gorey, north Wexford.

Comhbhrón

HALSE. Sympathy is extended to the Halse family on the the death of Tommy Halse, who carried the flag in Kilmichael just a couple of days before his untimely accident. Regards Noel Harington, Kinsale, County Cork.

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