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I nDíl Chuimhne

31 May 1986: Volunteer Philip McFADDEN, Derry Brigade; 3 June 1974: Volunteer Michael GAUGHAN, (Parkhurst Prison) England; 3 June 1991: Volunteer Lawrence McNALLY,Volunteer Pete RYAN,Volunteer Tony DORIS, Tyrone Brigade. 4 June 1975: Volunteer Francis JORDAN, South Armagh Brigade; 4 June 1978: Volunteer Henry HEANEY, Long Kesh; 4 June 1991: Volunteer Danny McCAULEY, Tyrone Brigade; 5 June 1975: Volunteer Sean McKENNA, Monaghan Brigade 5 June 1976: Colm MULGREW, Sinn Féin;  7  June 1987: Volunteer Margaret McARDLE, Belfast Brigade, 1st Battalion; 7 June 1990: Volunteer Sean BATESON, Long Kesh. “Life springs from death and from the graves of patriot men and women spring living nations.” – Pádraig Mac Piarais. Always remembered by the Republican Movement.


CREMIN. Deepest sympathy is extended to Henry Cremin and the entire Cremin family on the loss of his sister Eileen. From Donal de Burca, London.
CREMIN. Deepest sympathy is extended to Henry Cremin and family on the loss of his Sister Eileen. From Hughie and May Byrne


GOOD LUCK to Cionnaith Ó Suilleabháin and all the Shiners in the elections. From Donal De Burca.

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