Republican News · Thursday 19 November 1998

[An Phoblacht]

BRADY, Sinn Féin member Paddy (died 16 November 1984); CROSSEY, Volunteer Michael (died 22 November 1971). ``If you strike us down now, we shall rise again and renew the fight. You cannot conquer Ireland. You cannot extinguish the Irish passion for freedom.'' - Pádraig Pearse. Always remembered with love and pride by their many friends and comrades in the Republican Movement.

BLACK, Patricia (7th Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Tricia Black, who was killed on active service in England on 15 November 1991, Remembered now and always, her friend Séamus and family.

BURNS, Seán; McKERR, Gervase; TOMAN, Eugene (16th Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteers Seán Burns, Gervase McKerr and Eugene Toman who were murdered by the RUC on 11 November 1982. Always remembered by Upper Bann Sinn Féin and the Burns/McKerr/Toman Sinn Féin Cumann, Lurgan; Also remembered by the Lurgan Martyrs Republican Flute Band.

CASEY, Kathleen (3rd Ann). In loving memory of our mother Kathleen, who died on 18 November 1995. A bouquet of beautiful memories sprayed with a million tears wishing God could have spared you if just for a few more years. From her loving son Conor, Kildress; daughter Anastasia, Patsy and family, Draperstown; daughter Fiona, Owen and family, Cookstown; daughter Denise Eddie and family, Cookstown; Ursula and family, Bellaghy.

MARLEY, Michael (25th Ann). In proud and loving memory of Fian Michael Marley, who was shot dead by British forces on 24 November 1973. Thug sé a raibh agat ar son saoires. Always remembered by Sinn Féin Bun na bhFál and the Lower Falls Commemoration Committee.

McGUIGAN, Mary (2nd Ann). In loving memory of my dear friend Mary. In a beautiful place called heaven I know you are at rest. Sadly missed by your friend Sadie Magill and family.

McGUIGAN, Mary (2nd Ann). Mary Queen of the Gael pray for her. Always remembered by her friends Angela and Raymond. Go ndeana Dia trocaire ar a anam.

McKERR, Gervase (16th Ann). In proud and loving memory of our loving father, also our mother Eleanor whose second anniversary occurred on 31 October. Love and miss you. Your sons Jonathan and David, and Leann.

McKERR, Gervase (16th Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Gervase McKerr, also his wife Eleanor whose second anniversary occurred on 31 October. Always remembered with love and pride by Cristin.

PARR, Mary (3rd Ann). In proud and loving memory of Mary Parr, a grat and true republican, who will always be remembered by her loving son Patrick. Mary Queen of the Gael pray for her. From Patrick Parr.

TOMAN, Eugene (16th Ann). In loving memory of my dear brother Volunteer Eugene Toman, murdered by the RUC on 11 November 1982. Only those who similar experience know the sorrow of parting without a farewell. Fondly remembered by Hugh, Mena, Katherine, Conor and Clare.

TOMAN, Eugene; BURNS, Seán (16th Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteers Eugene Toman and Seán Burns, murdered on 11 November 1982. From Jonathan, David and Leann.

TOMAN, Eugene; BURNS, Seán (16th Ann). In proud and loving memory of Volunteers Eugene Toman and Sean Burns, murdered on 11 November 1982. Always remembered by Martin, Cristin and family.

Combhrón

BRADY. (Nee Crawford), Irene. Died suddenly 4 November. RIP. Deeply regretted by Jimmy and Veronica Martin.

CARSON. Kathleen, died 3 November 1998. Seando Moore, Patricia and family deeply regret the death of Kathleen `Ma' Carson and tender our condolences to the Carson family circle.

CARSON. Kathleen, died 3 November 1998. Deeply regretted by Beechmount Sinn Féin; Beechmount Saoirse; Beechmount Commemoration Committee.

DOHERTY. Deepest sympathy to the family of the late rose Doherty. From Andrea, John and family; From Bernie, Mickey and family; From Eileen, PJ and family; From Roisín, Paul and family; From Bernie, Davy and family; From Breige, Brian and family.

DOHERTY. Deepest sympathy to the family of the late rose Doherty. From the Duffy/Downey Sinn Féin Cumann, Muirhevnamor; From the Republican family, County Louth; From the Edentubber Martyrs Commemoration Committee.

GILDERNEW. Deepest sympathy is extended to the Gildernew family on the death of Annie Mary. From Gabe McCaughey, Belfast-New York.

GILDERNEW. Deepest sympathy is extended to the Gildernew family on the death of Annie Mary. From Martin Canavan, New York.

GILDERNEW. Deepest sympathy is extended to the Gildernew family on the death of Annie Mary. From the New York District Executive and membership of Clan na Gael.

HILL. Michael Devine. Our deepest sympathies are extended to the family and friends of our comrade Francie Hill on the tragic death of his young son, Michael Devine Hill, who was tragically taken from us due to illness. Mary Queen of Ireland have mercy on his soul. Always remembered by the West of Scotland Band Alliance; Volunteer Billy Reid RFB; James Connolly RFB; Volunteer Martin `Doco' Doherty RFB; Pollok/Thornlie Bank RFB; Tom Williams RFB; Volunteer Jim Lynagh RFB; The James Connolly Club and all his friends and comrades in Glasgow.

KAVANAGH. Deepest sympathy is extended to Andy Kavanagh and family on the death of his mother. From Dave Nooney.

KAVANAGH. Deepest sympathy is extended to Andy Kavanagh and family on the death of his mother. From Seán Brady.

KAVANAGH. Deepest sympathy is extended to Andy Kavanagh and family on the death of his mother. From Ciarán Heaphey.

KAVANAGH. Deepest sympathy is extended to Andy Kavanagh and family on the death of his mother. From Sinn Féin Atha Cliath; From the O'Malley/Russell Sinn Féin Cumann, North Inner City; From the Cole/Colley Cumann, From the staff of An Phoblacht.

McCORMACK. Deepest sympathy is extended to the McCormack family on the death of Charlie. From Alan, Sydney, Australia.

McCUSKER, Daniel (200th Ann). In proud and loving memory of Lieutenant Dan McCusker, Kilrea, South Derry, who was killed in action against British forces on 27 August 1798 at Castlebar, County Mayo. A Mhuire na nGael guidhe air. for the North began, and the North held on, from Toome to the hills of Down. And the foremost man in McCorley's van, was the man from our wee town. Always remembered with pride by the republicans of Kilrea, South Derry.

PALMER. Sincere sympathies are extended to the Palmer family on the death of Alfie. From Tony O'Flaherty.

PALMER. Sincere sympathies are extended to the Palmer family on the death of Alfie. From Mick Finegan, Fergus McCann, Nicky Kehoe and Brian Aherne.

SMITH. Deepest sympathy is extended to the entire Smith family on the death of Bob. Always remembered by Charlie and Kathleen Murray, Shannon, County Clare.

SMITH. Sincere sympathy is extended to the Smith family on the death of Bob. From Tony O'Flaherty.

SMITH. Sincere condolences to Bridie and family on the death of Bob, an inspiration to all. Never forgotten by Eamo, Dublin.

SMITH. Deepest sympathy is extended to the entire Smith family on the death of Bob. From Pat Bell and family.

SMITH. Deepest sympathy is extended to the family and friends of Bob Smith on his recent death. From Ann and Eamonn.

SMITH. Deepest sympathy is extended to the family and friends of Bob Smith on his recent death. From Helen and family.

SMITH. Deepest sympathy is extended to the entire Smith family on the death of Bob. From the Murray family, Nutgrove.

SMITH. Deepest sympathy is extended to the entire Smith family on the death of Bob. From Ben Doherty and family.

SMITH. Deepest sympathy is extended to the entire Smith family on the death of Bob. From Mrs Doherty and family.

SMITH. Sincere sympathy is extended to the Smith family on the death of Bob. From Cabra Sinn Féin.

SMITH. Most sincere condolences to the Smith family on the death of Bob. From Alan, Sydney, Australia.

SMITH. Deepest sympathy is extended to the family and friends of Bob Smith on his recent death. From Rosie Doherty and family.

SMITH. Sincere sympathy is extended to Bridie and all the Smith family and friends on the death of Bob on 9 November. A very dear friend and comrade who shall be so sadly missed by all of us. From Rita McGlynn and family, Dublin.

SMITH. Deepest sympathy is extended to Bridie and all the Smith family and friends on Bob's death. Always remembered by your friend and comrade Pairic Mac Fhlionn, Portlaoise Prison.

SMITH. Deepest sympathy is extended to the family and friends of Bob Smith on his recent death. From Jan Taylor, Frankland.

SMITH. Deepest sympathy is extended to the family and friends of Bob Smith on his recent death. From the Republican POWs, England.

SMITH. Deepest sympathy is extended to the family and friends of Bob Smith on his recent death. From Eddie, Rosie and family.

SMITH. Mhair se ar son na hÉireann. Deeply regretted by Pat, Owen, Ann, Billy, Josephine, Fra and the Scullion family circle Belfast. Padre Pio pray for him.

SMITH. Bob, beloved husband of Bridie. Deepest sympathy to Bridie and family on the death of Bob. Gone but not forgotten. St Brigid pray for him. Jim, Mary Scullion and family Belfast.

SMITH. Deepest sympathy is extended to the family and friends of Bob Smith on his recent death. From Vinny and Chrissie Heffernan and the Logue/Marley Sinn Féin Cumann, Dublin South Central.

SMITH. Bob, died 9.November. Always remembered by the staff at the Sinn Féin International Department. I measc laochra na nGael a bhfuil sé.

SMITH. Deepest sympathy is extended to the family and friends of Bob Smith on his recent death. From the Green Cross.

SMITH. Deepest sympathy is extended to the family and friends of Bob Smith on his recent death. From the Martin Forsythe Sinn Féin Cumann, Rathfarnham;

SMITH. Deepest sympathy is extended to the family and friends of Bob Smith on his recent death. From friends, An Cumann Cabhrach, Birmingham; From the West London Support Group.

SMITH. It was with great sadness that we learned of Bob Smith's death. He was well known to the many in the U.S. who took part in the annual Irish People tour, and always greeted us with a warm smile, making us feel right at home. Soft-spoken and deeply committed, he freely shared his knowledge and insight with those who were new to the struggle. He will be missed, but fondly remembered. Is Mise, Christy Ward National PRO, Noraid.

Cuimhní Breithlae

LUNDY. Alan, RIP, whose birthday occurs on 11 November. Birthday memories of our loving daddy. As we opened our eyes this morning and looked to heaven above, we wished you happy birthday and sent you all our love. Have you ever lost a daddy and husband who meant the world to you, one you loved so very much and miss the way we do. If you never had these feelings and we pray you never do, for the day God took our daddy our world was torn in two. Always loved and never forgotten. From your loving wife Margaret and children Alan, Daniel, Clare, Ciaran and Elizabeth. xoxoxo.

Beannachtaí

McCAWLEY. Blian eile thart agus blian úr romhat. Have a wonderful birthday, Pearse. From Beir Bua, Nana; a year of sunshine we've shared. Breithlae shona duit a stor. O Bambi, XOX.

Buíochas

CARSON. The family of the late Kathleen ` Ma' Carson (died 3 November) would like to thank all the people from the Republican Movement, who called to the house, left Mass cards and sent wreaths. A special thanks to Beechmount Sinn Féin, especially Seando and Linda for the way they handled everything. To Padraic and all the lads in the Blocks for the lovely cards they sent. Go raibh maith agat , Chico and Maire.

O'HAGAN. We the family of the late and dearly loved Roisín O'Hagan wish to express our heartfelt thanks to all who sympathised with us in our recent sad bereavement. We dearly appreciate the support of everyone who visited Roisín during her illness, all who brought gifts or sent letters and cards of sympathy, and those who sent Mass cards and floral tributes. We want to thank all who telephoned, all who attended Roisín's funeral, indeed all who offered prayers, thoughts and consolation at such a difficult time. Thank you to all our wonderful friends and neighbours, to all the hospital staff and medical profession who treated Roisín and us with such kindness and dignity. A special thanks to Fr Quinn for his sermon, his kind words and his ongoing help, and to our extended families, both the O'Hagan family and Rushe family circles. We also wish to record thanks to the entire Republican Movement, to all political prisoners and their families and to our POW Dept whose help and comradeship will never be forgotten. We deeply appreciate all that was done on our behalf by Fr Murphy, Pádraig Wilson, Brian Arthurs, Harry Maguire and the Camp staff. We also want to thank the funeral undertakers, Tommy McGrath and Sons (Irish Street) for the caring manner in which they conducted all funeral arrangements. And final thanks to every single one who offered support in word, thought or deed. We trust this acknowledgement will be accepted by all as a token of our appreciation. The Holy sacrifice of the Mass will be offered for all your intentions. Go raibh míle maith agaibh go leir. From the O'Hagan family, Ballysaggart Park, Dungannon.

THE DAN DARRAGH RFB, Ballycastle, would like to thank those who donated to their band collection, 584.20 was collected.


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