23 April 2009 Edition

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I nDíl Chuimhne

17 April 1973: Volunteer Brian SMYTH, Belfast Brigade, 3rd Battalion; 17 April 1977: Volunteer Trevor McKIBBIN, Belfast Brigade, 3rd Battalion; 21 April 1984: Volunteer Richard QUIGLEY, Derry Brigade; 23 April: Volunteer Brendan O’CALLAGHAN, Belfast Brigade, 1st Battalion; 24 April 1974: Jim MURPHY, Sinn Féin; 25 April Volunteer Billy CARSON, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Battalion; 26 April 1986: Volunteer Seamus McELWAIN, South Fermanagh Brigade. “Life springs from death and from the graves of patriot men and women spring living nations.” – Pádraig Mac Piarais.
MARTIN, Eugene. In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Eugene Martin, 1st Battalion South Armagh Brigade Óglaigh na hÉireann who died on 8 April 1996. Proudly remembered by the members of the Rogers Martin Sinn Féin Cumann, North Louth.
O’HAGAN, Joe B. (Armagh). Who died 23 April 2001. Always remembered and greatly missed by your friends and comrades in the Sinn Féin Siopa and office Monaghan Town.
O’HAGAN, Joe B. (Armagh). Who died 23 April 2001. In memory of a dear comrade. From Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin TD
O’HAGAN, Joe B. (Armagh). Who died 23 April 2001. Always remembered by O’Hanlon/McMahon/Lynagh Cumann Monaghan Town
O’HAGAN, Joe B. (Armagh). Who died 23 April 2001. Remembered always by Co. Monaghan Comhairle Ceantair
ROSINI, Willie. In loving memory of our friend Willie RIP whose anniversary occurs at this time.  A true friend of Ireland. Always remembered by his friends Danny, Josie O’Neill and family circle. St Anne pray for Him. Mass offered.
SMITH, Brian (3rd Battalion Belfast Brigade). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Brian Smith who died 17 April 1973. Never forgotten by Frankie Fennel.
QUIGLEY, Ritchie (Derry Brigade). In Loving Memory of our friend and comrade Volunteer Ritchie Quigley 1st Battalion Derry Brigade Óglaigh na hÉireann killed in action on the 21 April 1984. I measc laochra na nGael go raibh sé. Always remembered by John, Charlie, Jim, Dermot, Brian, Keenan and Dale.


COOPER. Deepest sympathy is extended to Mrs Mary Cooper, sons Fearghal, Connaill, daughter Roisin, sister Anne,  grandchildren and the extended family on the death of lifelong republican activist and former Volunteer Liam Cooper, Monageer, Co. Wexford.  Liam was held in high esteem by all who met him. He was a great patriot, a very good neighbour and was involved in community life at many levels. As a husband, father, grandfather, brother, neighbour and republican comrade he will be sorely missed.Volunteer Ed O’Brien Cumann Gorey; Humes/Whitty Cumann Camolin; Fr. Murphy/ Manchester Martyrs Cumann Ferns; Peter Daly Cumann Monageer; Kelly/Nolan Cumann Rathnure; Fr.Murphy/ Keegan/Parle Cumann Ennis-corthy; Parle Cumann, Castlebridge; Dunne/Kelly Cumann; Andy Reynolds Cumann; Joe Whitty Cumann Wexford Town; Radford/ McCarthy Cumann Murrintown;  Loughall Martyrs Cumann Cleariestown;  Gleeson Cumann Duncormick; Martin Meehan Cumann Rosslare;  H Block Martyrs cumann New Ross; New Ross Theas cumann; Cullen/Hayden Cumann Campile; Comairle Ceantair  Loch gCarman;  Ed O’Brien Republican Flute Band

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