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I nDíl Chuimhne, Comhbhrón agus Buíochas

“Life springs from death and from the graves of patriot men and women spring living nations.” – Pádraig Mac Piarais

I nDíl Chuimhne

3 June 1974: Volunteer Michael GAUGHAN (Parkhurst Prison), England.

3 June 1991: Volunteer Tony DORIS, Volunteer Lawrence McNALLY, Volunteer Pete RYAN, 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 Seán 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.

9 June 1979: Volunteer Peadar McELVANNA, South Armagh Brigade.

9 June 1983: Volunteer Dan TURLEY, Belfast Brigade, 1st Battalion.

10 June 1978: Volunteer Denis HEANEY, Derry Brigade.

11 June 1972: Fian Joseph CAMPBELL, Fianna Éireann.

11 June 1997: Volunteer Patrick KELLY, Laois.

12 June 1993: Volunteer Michael MOTLEY, Laois.

21 June 1978: Volunteer Denis BROWN, Volunteer Jackie MAILEY, Volunteer Jim MULVENNA, Belfast Brigade, 3rd Battalion.

24 June 1974: Volunteers Gerard CRAIG, Volunteer David RUSSELL, Derry Brigade.

25 June 1973: Volunteers Patrick CARTY, Volunteer Seán LOUGHRAN, Tyrone Brigade; Volunteer Dermot CROWLEY, Cork Brigade.

Always remembered by the Republican Movement.

CLARKE, Terry. In proud and loving memory of Óglach Terry Clarke, who died on 13 June 2000. Always remembered by his wife Mary, daughter Marie, son Seamus and grandchildren Aoibhe and Turlough.

CLARKE, Terry. In memory of Volunteer Terry Clarke, who died on 13 June 2000. From the Terry Clarke Sinn Féin Cumann, Clondalkin, Dublin.

CROWLEY, Dermot. In loving memory of Volunteer Dermot Crowley, who died on active service alongside his comrades Volunteer Patrick Carty and Volunteer Seán Loughran on 25 June 1973. Remembered always by Dermot Crowley/Paula Murphy Ógra Shinn Féin, West Tyrone.

DOHERTY, Martin. In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Martin Doherty, Óglaigh na hÉireann. From all his nieces, nephews and great nieces and nephews. Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends.

DOHERTY, Martin. In proud and loving memory of brother Martin ‘Doco’ Doherty, who was murdered by a loyalist gang while defending a POW function in the Widow Scallan’s on 21 May 1994. From his brothers Pat and Michael and his nephew David.   May he rest in peace.

DOHERTY, Martin. In proud and loving memory of my brother Martin ‘Doco’ Doherty. From his brother Thomas and family.

DOHERTY, Martin. In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Martin ‘Doco’ Doherty. Always remembered by McCabe/Quigley Cumann, Ballymun

DOHERTY, Martin. In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Martin ‘Doco’ Doherty, who lost his life to save so many others.  His sacrifice will never be forgotten. From Noeleen and Dixie.

GRAY, Kevin. In proud and loving memory of our comrade Kevin Gray, who died 9 May 1999. From the Halpenny/Worthington/Watters Sinn Féin Cumann, Dundalk.

ROSSINI, Annemarie. In proud and loving memory of Annemarie Rossini, who died on 14 June 2012. Always remembered with love and pride by the members of the James Connolly 1st Republican Flute Band, Glasgow.


TODD. Sincere condolences to Cllr Harry Todd on the death of his wife Margaret and also to Austin Hearty on the death of his father Michael. From the Halpenny/ Worthington/ Watters Sinn Féin Cumann, Dundalk.


BROWN. The family of the late PJ Brown, who died suddenly in Sydney, Australia, would like to express sincere thanks to my sister Marie and all my family. Also comrades and friends who gave me so much help and support. Special thanks to Seanna and Joe from Coiste na n-Iarchimí in Belfast and Emma Clancy in Australia for working so hard to get me my visa. To Paula, Bobby, Rosie, Jim, Eddie, Gunther, Eamon and my friends in Connolly House and the whole republican family in west and north Belfast who were so generous to the family and made it possible for me and my son to travel to Australia. Go raibh maith agaibh. You are forever in my prayers. Rosena Brown and family, Belfast.


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