12 January 2014 Edition
I nDíl Chuimhne
“Life springs from death and from the graves of patriot men and women spring living nations.” – Pádraig Mac Piarais
2 January 1991: Volunteer Patrick SHEEHY, Limerick Brigade.
5 January 1979: Volunteer Frankie DONNELLY, Volunteer Laurence MONTGOMERY, Belfast Brigade, 3rd Battalion.
7 January 1972: Volunteer Danny O’NEILL, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Battalion.
8 January 1992: Volunteer Proinsias Mac AIRT, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Battalion.
10 January 1975: Volunteer John Francis GREEN, North Armagh Brigade.
11 January 1972: Fian Michael SLOAN, Fianna Éireann.
13 January 1975: Volunteer James MOYNE, Long Kesh.
13 January 1976: Volunteer Martin McDONAGH, Belfast Brigade, 3rd Battalion; Volunteer Rosemary BLEAKLEY, Cumann na mBan, Belfast.
15 January 1983: Volunteer Colm DALTUN, Dublin Brigade.
16 January 1972: Fian Eamon McCORMICK, Fianna Éireann.
16 January 1977: Volunteer Seamus HARVEY, South Armagh Brigade.
17 January 1980: Volunteer Kevin DELANEY, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Battalion.
18 January 1973: Volunteer Francis LIGGETT, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Battalion.
18 January 1978: Volunteer Jackie McMAHON, Belfast Brigade, 3rd Battalion.
20 January 1975: Volunteer Kevin COEN, Sligo Brigade.
21 January 1975: Volunteer John KELLY, Volunteer John STONE, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Battalion.
26 January 1972: Volunteer Peter McNULTY, South Down Command.
26 January 1985: Volunteer Mick TIMOTHY, Dublin Brigade.
30 January 1972: Fian Gerry DONAGHY, Fianna Éireann.
Always remembered by the Republican Movement.
O’SULLIVAN, Timmy. In loving memory of Timmy, Passage West, County Cork, whose anniversary occurs on 22 November. Always remembered by his friends in the Lee Walker CSC Lochee (Dundee), Scotland.
STONE, John. In proud and loving memory of my dear brother Óglach John Stone, B Company, 2nd Battalion, Óglaigh na hÉireann, son of the late John and Mary Ann Stone, who died on active service 21 January 1975. “They will not criminalise us, rob us of our true identity, steal our individualism, depoliticise us, churn us out as systemised, institutionalised, decent law-abiding robots. Never will they label our liberation struggle as criminal” – Bobby Sands. Also remembering his comrade, John ‘Bap’ Kelly, D Company, Belfast Brigade. Remembered always with love and pride by brother Francis, partner Kate and children Jennifer, Emers.