10 November 2005 Edition

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I nDíl Chuimhne

Nov 8th 1974: Vol Gerard Fennel, Belfast Brigade, 1st Batt; Nov 8th1982Jeff McKenna, Sinn Féin; Nov 11th 1982: Vol Eugene Toman, North Armagh Brigade; Nov 11th 1982: Vol Gervaise McKerr, North Armagh Brigade; Nov 11th 1982: Vol Seán Burns, North Armagh Brigade; Nov 13th 1972: Vol Stan Carberry, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Battalion. "Never had man or women a grander cause, never was a cause more grandly served." - James Connolly. Remembered with love and pride by their many friends and comrades in the Republican Movement.

McKERR, Gervaise; BURNS, Séan; TOMAN, Eugene.(23rd Ann). Remembered always with pride. Also Eleanor Mc Kerr, beloved wife of Gervaise, whose anniversary occurred on October 31st, much loved and sadly missed. From Martin, Cristín and Clann.

McCANN, Noel Peter (5th Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Noel Peter McCann, whose fifth anniversary occurs on 10 November 2005. Sadly missed and warmly remembered always cherished by his friends and family in the USA, especially his grieving partner Barbara.

SMITH, Bob (7th Ann). In memory of Bob Smith. From Vinnie and Chrissie Heffernan and family.


COLLIER. Deepest sympathy is extended to Bernie and family on the death of our friend and comrade Aidan, after a short illness. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam dílis. From his fellow members of the Bobby Sands SF Cumann, Drogheda; From Captain Tim Flanagan SF Cumann, Clogherhead; From Louth SF Comhairle Ceantair. I measc laochra na nGael.

COLLIER. Deepest sympathy to the extended Collier family, Drogheda, on the recent death of Aidan from Sinn Féin Councillors in North Louth, Tomás Sharkey, Kevin Meenan, Jim Loughran, Ian Dooley and Geraldine Murphy. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam dilis.

COLLIER. Sincere sympathy to Bernie and family on the death of Aidan, a true and loyal friend and republican. I measc laochra na nGael a bhuil a anam usal. From Arthur and Marion Morgan.

COLLIER. Deepest sympathy is extended to the family Aidan Collier at this sad time. From Councillor Pearse McGeough.

FORDE. Deeply regretted and missed from the Forde family. Much loved son and brother. Our thoughts are with you always.

FORDE. Deeply regretted and missed, much loved father of Tomas, Ciara and Lynsey. Thoughts are with you always. From the Forde family

FORDE. What he suffered he told but few, he did not deserve what he went through. Tired and wearily he made no fuss but tried so hard to stay with us. From Christy and clann.

FORDE. A thought a prayer are all we can give, these you shall have as long as we live. Deeply regretted and missed by Jacqui and Odhrán.

FORDE. In sympathy with the Forde family at their sad loss on behalf of the Leinster Cúige. Daithí, a great comrade, a great friend. We will miss you but you live on in our hearts and our minds. Rest in Peace, a chara.

FORDE. Deepest sympathy is extended to the Forde family on the death of Daithí. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam dílis. From Pearse McGeogh.

FORDE. Sincere sympathy to Lyndsey, Thomas, Kiera and family circle. Love and prayers from Martin, Cristín, Roisín, Orlagh and Pádraig Mc Cauley. The Scullion Family, Lurgan.

FORDE. It is with great sadness that we learned of the death of our friend and comrade Daithí Forde. Sincere sympathy to Lyndsey, Thomas, Kiera and family circle from the Marie Wright/Joe Cahill Sinn Féin cumann, Nth Kildare.


BETSON. Get well wishes to George Betson. From Dan Murray; Cork SF.

WELCOME hoe to Mick Nugent and Kieran Kiely. Looking forward to your welcome home function on Saturday 26 November. From Michael Hennessy and the Ahern/Crowley SF Cumann, Cork.


I would like to be able to mention the names of friends and comrades who helped and organised the trip of a life time for myself and Patricia but that is impossible as so many people where involved. "It was special". Firstly we will never forget what they done for us, their time and effort and generosity was tremendous "we are so proud to have you as friends and comrades ". Secondly the trip will be forever in our memory (along with 500 photos), and the places we visited and things we done was down to you all. So what else can we say except we hope this thank you will be accepted in the spirit with which it is offered. Our humble and sincere gratitude to the people and comrades we choose to call friends. Go raibh maith agaibh. Donar gcairde agus comrádaithe uilg Seando Moore, Patricia and family.

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