3 July 2017 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 July 1980: Volunteer Terence O’NEILL, 2nd Battalion, Belfast Brigade
2 July 1974: Volunteer Patrick TEER, Long Kesh
3 July 1972: Volunteer Denis QUINN, Tyrone Brigade
6 July 1976: Volunteer Thomas KANE, 1st Battalion, Belfast Brigade
7 July 1990: Volunteer Seán BATESON, Long Kesh
7 July 1988: Volunteer Séamus WOODS, Tyrone Brigade
8 July 1970: Volunteer Tommy CARLIN, Derry Brigade
8 July 1972: Volunteer Julie DOUGAN, Cumann na mBan, Portadown
8 July 1981: Fian John DEMPSEY, Fianna Éireann
8 July 1981: Volunteer Joe McDONNELL, Long Kesh
9 July 1972: Fian John DOUGAL, Fianna Éireann
13 July 1981: Volunteer Martin HURSON, Long Kesh
13 July 1984: Volunteer William PRICE, Tyrone Brigade
14 July 1972: Volunteer Louis SCULLION, 3rd Battalion, Belfast Brigade
15 July 1972: Volunteer James REID, 3rd Battalion, Belfast Brigade
16 July 1972: Fian Tobias MOLLOY, Fianna Éireann
17 July 1976: Volunteer Patrick CANNON, Dublin Brigade
17 July 1976: Volunteer Peter McELCAR, Donegal Brigade
21 July 1972: Volunteer Joseph DOWNEY, 3rd Battalion, Belfast Brigade
21 July 1973: Volunteer Alphonsus CUNNINGHAM, South Down Command
21 July 1973: Volunteer Pauline KANE, Cumann na mBan, Newcastle
25 July 1988: Volunteer Brendan DAVISON, 3rd Battalion, Belfast Brigade
27 July 1977: Volunteer Tommy TOLAN, 2nd Battalion, Belfast Brigade
28 July 1972: Volunteer Seamus CASSIDY, 3rd Battalion, Belfast Brigade
31 July 1972: Volunteer Seamus BRADLEY, Derry Brigade.
Always remembered by the Republican Movement.
HURSON, Martin. In memory of Volunteer Martin Hurson, H-Block Martyrs, who died on 13 July 1981, 36th anniversary. “Untold pain and heartaches, restless lonely night. Where men find strength within their hearts, to stand for what is right. Oppression equals slavery and resistance stems from both. Find those who fight to end it, are soldiers of the truth” (from the writings of Martin Hurson on hunger strike). Remembered with pride by the Hurson/Quirke Sinn Féin Cumann, Galway City West, Galway.
HURSON, Martin. In memory of Volunteer Martin Hurson, H-Block Martyrs, who gave his life on hunger strike on 13 July 1981. Remembered with pride by Comhairle Ceantair Gaillimh Thiar.
CASSIDY.The Cassidy family deeply regrets the death of their brother Michael Cassidy. From his brothers Kennagh, James, Stephen, Lawrence; his sisters Kathleen, Helen, Fiona, Patricia and Mary. Also his friends in Mossend, Bellshill, Motherwell; Torquay in England, friends in America; the lads in The Shark's Mouth, Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, Scotland; and County Tipperary.
Cunningham. The Connolly Association, Wolfe Tone Society and West London Republican Support Group along with Kevin, Peter, Shelagh, Paul and Hammy extend deepest sympathy to the Cuningham family on the recent death of their brother, Charlie. I measc laochra na nGael go raibh sé.
McDONALD. Deepest condolences are extended to the family and friends of our dear comrade Jim who passed away suddenly. From the members of the Clancy & Farrell Sinn Féin Cumann, Ennis, and the Clare Sinn Féin Comhairle Ceantair.
McDONALD. Friends of the International Brigades in Ireland offer our deepest sympathy and condolences to the family, friends and comrades of our esteemed member Jim McDonald, Ennis, County Clare. Honouring the ideals, principles and memory of the International Brigades was an intrinsic part of Jim’s commitment to a better world for all humanity.
McDONALD. An Phoblacht extends deepest sympathy to the family, friends and comrades of Jim McDonald, formerly of London and most recently of Ennis, County Clare, who passed away suddenly at University Hospital Limerick on 31 May 2017 after battling with illness. Jim was a dedicated republican and internationalist who stuck by the Republican Movement and An Phoblacht during some of the hardest decades of the struggle in England and continued his dedicated service when he returned to Ireland.
McDONALD. Deepest sympathy to the daughters and family of the late Jim McDonald. From the Nugent family, London.
McDONALD. Condolences to the daughters and family of the late Jim McDonald. From Dinny O’Brien.
McDONALD. The West London Republican Support Group mourns the passing of our dedicated friend and comrade Jim McDonald. Jim passed away at home in Ireland, fighting to the very end with the unwavering commitment to the struggle that he showed throughout his life.
McDONALD. The Wolfe Tone Society and the Connolly Association, along with Kevin, Peter, Shelagh, Paul and Hammy, would like to extend deepest sympathy to the McDonald family on the recent death of their father Jim. I measc laochra na nGael go raibh sé.
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