I gCuimhne Agus In Onóir

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“In memory and in honour” — the dead volunteer of the Derry troubles is made equivalent to the Celtic warrior of Irish mythology. Rossville Street, Derry. The list is longer than the previous version of this mural (Roll Of Honour) and than in In Proud And Loving Members Of Derry’s Dead Volunteers: Joseph Coyle, Thomas McCool, Thomas Carlin, Eamonn Lafferty, James O’Hagan, Gerry Donaghy, Colm Keenan, Eugene McGillan, John Starrs, James/Seamus Bradley, Michael Quigley, John Brady, James Carr, James McDaid, Joe/Joseph Walker, Gerard Craig, David Russell, Michael Meenan, John McDaid, Ethel Lynch, Brian (=Bernard?) Coyle, Dennis/Denis Heaney, Patrick/Patsy Duffy, George McBrearty, Charles Maguire, Eamon Bradley, Phil McDonnell, Richard Quigley, Danny Doherty, William Fleming, Ciaran Fleming, Charles English

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Belfast Says No

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November 1985 saw the signing of the Anglo-Irish Agreement, which established an “inter-governmental conference” advisory body on (some) Northern Irish affairs, in which the Irish government participated. It spawned the slogans “Ulster says No” and the localized “Belfast says No”.

City Hall, Belfast

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Copyright © 1985 Peter Moloney

In Proud And Loving Memory Of Derry’s Dead Volunteers

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Derry volunteers who died between 1970 and 1982 are commemorated in this Derry mural. Their names are listed on scrolls on either side of a phoenix. Thomas McCool, Thomas Carlin, Joseph Coyle, Eamonn Lafferty, James O’Hagen, Gerry Donaghy, Colm Keenan, Eugene McGillan, John Starrs, James Bradley, Michael Quigley, John Brady, James Carr, James McDaid, Joe Walker, Gerard Craig, David Russell, Michael Meenan, John McDaid, Ethel Lynch, Bernard Coyle, Dennis Heaney, Patrick Duffy, George McBrearty, Charles Maguire, Eamon Bradley, Phil McDonnell

Bligh’s Gardens, Derry

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Copyright © 1985 Peter Moloney