7 April 2005 Edition
I nDíl Chuimhne
Apr. 4th 1971: Vol Tony Henderson, Belfast Brigade, 1st Batt; Apr. 4th 1989: Vol Gerard Casey, North Antrim Brigade; Apr. 4th 1994: Vol John O'Rawe, Belfast Brigade, 1st Batt; Apr. 5th 1976: Vol Seán McDermott, Belfast Brigade, 1st Batt; Apr. 7th 1972: Vol Charles McCrystal, Belfast Brigade, 3rd Battalion; Apr. 7th 1972: Vol John McErlean, Belfast Brigade, 3rd Battalion; Apr. 7th 1972: Vol Samuel Hughes, Belfast Brigade, 3rd Battalion; April 7th 1996: Vol Eugene Martin, South Armagh Brigade; Apr. 9th 1974: Daniel Burke, Belfast Brigade, 1st Batt; Apr. 10th 1991: Vol Colum Marks, South Down Command. "Ireland unfree shall never be at peace." - PH Pearse. Always remembered with love and pride by their many friends and comrades in the Republican Movement.
CASEY, Gerard (16th Ann). In proud and loving memory of my father Volunteer Gerard Casey, murdered by British scum on 4 April 1989. Life springs from death and from the graves of dead patriot men and women spring living nations. Always remembered and never forgotten by son Paul, Noeleen and granddaughter Orla.
CASEY, Gerard (16th Ann). In proud and loving memory of our dear brother Volunteer Gerard Casey murdered on 4 April, 1989. Memories are a keepsake, treasured all life through, ours are very special because they are of you. Loved and remembered always by Eamon, Ann, Francesca and Saoirse.
CASEY, Gerard (16th Ann). In proud and loving memory of my dear brother Volunteer Gerard Casey murdered on 4 April, 1989. As each day dawns and starts anew as each day ends I think of you, and in between no matter where deep in my heart you will always stay. Sadly missed by sister Rosaleen and family.
CASEY, Gerard (16th Ann). In proud and loving memory of a dear uncle Volunteer Gerard Casey murdered on 4 April, 1989. Always loved never forgotten by Natasha xxx.
CASEY, Gerard (16th Ann). In loving memory of Volunteer Gerard Casey, north Antrim Brigade, Oglaigh na hÉireann, who was killed by a loyalist squad on 4 April 1989. Remembered always by North Antrim Ogra Shinn Féin.
CASEY, Gerard (16th Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Gerard Casey, North Antrim Brigade Oglaigh na hÉireann who was killed by pro-British elements on 4 April 1989. Always remembered by his friends and comrades in the North Antrim Comhairle Ceantair Sinn Féin; Gerard Casey Cumann, Rasharkin; Hogan and Martin Cumann, Dunloy; Roger Casement Cumann, Ballymena; Patrick Kinney Cumann, Glens of Antrim; Bannside Sinn Féin Cumann; Joe Cahill Cumann, Ballycastle; John Davey Cumann, Carnlough and Larne; Counties Derry and Antrim Republican Graves Association.
HUGHES, Samuel; McCRYSTAL, Charles; McERLEAN, John. (33rd Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteers Samuel Hughes, Charles McCrystal and John McErlean, Belfast Brigade, Oglaigh na hÉireann, who were killed in an accidental explosion on 7 April 7 1972, in Bawnmore, North Belfast. "We must take no steps backward, our steps must be onward, for if we don't, the martyrs who died for you, for me, for this country will haunt us for eternity" - Maire Drumm. Fondly remembered by their friends and comrades in the Greencastle Martyrs SF Cumann, North Belfast; Greencastle Commemoration Committee.
MARLEY, Larry (18th Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Larry Marley, killed by pro-British elements on 2 April, 1987. Mary Queen of the Gael and St Patrick pray for him. Quietly today your memory treasured. Always remembered by Séamus Finucane and family.
MARLEY, Larry (18th Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Larry Marley, killed by pro-British elements on 2 April, 1987. Remembered by Eileen.
MARTIN, Eugene (9th Ann). In memory of Volunteer Eugene Martin who died accidentally on April 8th 1996. Ar dheis Dé a anam dilis. Remembered with pride by the Rogers/Martin SF Cumann, Shelagh, North Louth; Remembered by Louth SF Comhairle Ceantair.
HICKEY, Thomas (Tommy) (4th Ann). In memory of Tommy, who died on 4 April 2001. Still missed by his comrades and friends John, Breso, Rose.
WHELAN, Desmond (8th Ann). 1 April. Gone but not forgotten. Think of you always. From uncle Hughie and Auntie May.
CAMPBELL. Deepest sympathy is extended to John, Catríona, Máiréad, Áine, Dessie and Seán and the extended Campbell family, on the recent death of Kay - a much-loved wife and mother, and unshakable supporter of Sinn Féin. Ní bheidh a leithéid arís ann. From Cllr Cionnaith Ó Súilleabháin and Cllr Paul Hayes, Clonakilty Town Council.
FREANEY. Deepest sympathy to Rose and family and friends on the death of her son John.
HUGHES. Deepest sympathy is extended to the Hughes family on the sudden and tragic death of Peter. A true friend of Ireland. From Cairde na hÉireann, Wishaw Scotland.
Mac CARTHY. Deepest sympathy to Matthew Duggan and family on the recent death of his sister Catherine. From the Tadhg Barry SF Cumann and Jackie Connolly
McVEIGH. Deepest sympathy is extended to Pat 'Flash' McVeigh, Dundalk, on the recent death of his brother Gerry. From the members of the Watters Brothers Sinn Féin Cumann; From Louth Sinn Féin Comhairle Ceantair.
CONGRATULATIONS to Gráinne Mhiegéighagh, first woman Donegal Sinn Féin candidate. From Mary McLaughlin, Buncrana.
Dónal de Búrca would like to sincerely thank everyone who sent messages of sympathy or who had Masses said following the recent death in London of his beloved wife, Maureen.
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