2 March 2015 Edition
I nDíl Chuimhne agus Comhbhrón
Life springs from death and from the graves of patriot men and women spring living nations Pádraig Pearse
I nDíl Chuimhne
1 March 1983: Volunteer Eddie DYNES, North Armagh Brigade.
3 March 1991: Volunteer Malcolm NUGENT, Volunteer Dwayne O’DONNELL, Volunteer John QUINN, Volunteer Noel WILKINSON, Tyrone Brigade.
4 March 1972: Volunteer Albert KAVANAGH, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Battalion.
6 March 1988: Volunteer Mairéad FARRELL; Volunteer Dan McCANN; Volunteer Seán SAVAGE, GHQ Staff.
7 March 1990: Sam MARSHALL, Sinn Féin.
8 March 1971: Volunteer Charles HUGHES, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Battalion.
9 March 1972: Volunteer Gerard CROSSAN, Volunteer Tony LEWIS, Volunteer Seán JOHNSTON, Volunteer Tom McCANN, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Battalion.
12 March 2003: Volunteer Keith ROGERS, South Armagh Brigade.
14 March 1972: Volunteer Colm KEENAN; Volunteer Eugene McGILLAN, Derry Brigade.
14 March 1988: Volunteer Kevin McCRACKEN, Belfast Brigade, 1st Battalion.
15 March 1974: Volunteer Patrick McDONALD, Volunteer Kevin MURRAY, Tyrone Brigade.
16 March 1988: Volunteer Caoimhín Mac
BRÁDAIGH, Belfast Brigade, 1st Battalion.
17 March 1975: Volunteer Tom SMITH, Portlaoise Prison.
22 March 1987: Volunteer Gerard LOGUE, Derry Brigade.
23 March 1972: Fian Seán O’RIORDAN, Fianna Éireann.
23 March 1975: Fian Robert ALLSOPP, Fianna Éireann.
23 March 1993: Peter GALLAGHER, Sinn Féin.
25 March 1972: Volunteer Patrick CAMPBELL, Belfast Brigade, 2nd Battalion.
25 March 1993: Volunteer James KELLY, Derry Brigade.
27 March 1973: Volunteer Patrick McCABE, Belfast Brigade, 3rd Battalion.
Always remembered by the Republican Movement.
FARRELL Mairéad, McCANN Dan, SAVAGE Seán. In proud and loving memory of Volunteers Mairéad Farrell, Dan McCann and Seán Savage who were murdered in Gibraltar on 6 March 1988. Always remembered by Mary and clan.
FARRELL Mairéad. Murdered by the British state on 6 March 1988. “Everyone tells me I’m a feminist. All I know is that I’m just as good as others, and that especially means men. I am definitely a socialist and I’m definitely a republican. I believe in a united socialist country, definitely socialist. Capitalism can offer our people nothing and yet that’s the main interest of the British in Ireland.I am oppressed as a woman, and I’m also oppressed as an Irish person. Everyone in this country is oppressed and yet we can only end our oppression as women if we end the oppression of our nation as a whole. But I don’t think that that alone is enough. This isn’t the first time that women have been seen as secondary but women today have been through so much that they won’t just let things be. I hope I’m still alive when the British are driven out. Then the struggle begins anew.” Your words have lost none of their relevance. I salute you, Mairéad. Always remembered by Jenny (Farrell).
FARRELL, Mairéad. In memory of our comrade Mairéad, murdered by the British state on 6 March 1988. “Our dearest possession is life. It is given to us but once, and we must live it so as to feel no torturing regrets for wasted years, never know the burning shame of a mean and petty past; so live that, dying, we might say: all my life, all my strength were given to the finest cause in all the world – the fight for the liberation of humanity” - Nikolai Ostrovsky. Always remembered by Cumann Mulvoy Campbell Sinn Féin, Galway City East.
HUGHES, Mary. In proud and loving memory of Sinn Féin activist Mary Hughes, who died on 27 February 1999. Always remembered by Mary and clan.
McNEILL. Bob (London and Toome). Always remembered by his family, friends and comrades in West London Republican Support Group, Hammersmith, London.
O’BRIEN, Edward. In proud and loving memory of our son and brother Ed, who died on active service in London on 18 February 1996. Lovingly remembered by parents Miley and Margo, and sister and brother Lorraine and Gary.
O’BRIEN, Edward. In proud and loving memory of Ed O’Brien, who was killed on active service in London on 18 February 1996. Always remembered by Ann.
O’BRIEN, Edward. In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Ed O’Brien, who died on active service in London on 18 February 1996. Always remembered by Tony Duncan.
O’BRIEN, Edward. In proud and loving memory of our friend and comrade, Volunteer Ed O’Brien, who died on active service in London on 18 February 1996. “There is no easy walk to freedom anywhere.” Never forgotten by the Volunteer Ed O’Brien Sinn Féin Cumann, Gorey, north Wexford.
O’BRIEN, Edward. Remembering Volunteer Ed O’Brien, Óglaigh na hÉireann, who died on active service in London on 18 February 1996. Stephen & Agnes McCann, County Tyrone.
McGARVEY, Patsy (Castlederg). Deepest sympathy to the family, friends and comrades of ‘Big Patsy’. Fondly remembered by his friends in Dublin’s north inner city.
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