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7th January 1976
A 78-year-old married man, from Bleary, County Down. He had twelve children. He was killed when the UVF opened fire on a minibus carrying nine people coming from a bingo session in Banbridge, another man died and only two-escaped injury.
11th November 1982
A 21-year-old from Lurgan. IRA member. One of three men shot dead by a special RUC unit at Tullyglass East Road, near Lurgan. 109 bullets were fired at the car in which they were travelling. A shoot-to-kill incident that led to John Stalker being called in to investigate.
29TH April 1995
A 34-year-old married man from Saintfield, Belfast. He had four children. He was shot by the IRA as he sat drinking in the 18 Steps Bar in Anne Street, Central Belfast.
30th January 1972
A 17-year-old from Derry. One of the 13 people killed by Paratroopers on Bloody Sunday.
18th October 1974
A 16-year-old, IRA member from Newry, Co. Down. Shot by the British Army who had set up a covert operation in a field near a spot where some youths tried to hi-jack a bus.
12th July 1972
A 48-year-old married man with several children, who owned a public house in Portadown. He was shot by the UDA/UFF in his pub along with a customer. A 34-year-old former RUC man from Portadown also a member of the UDA was jailed for both killings.
28th May 1972
A 17-year-old from the Short Strand area of East Belfast, an IRA member. One of eight people killed when a bomb exploded prematurely in the Short Strand.
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31st October 1975
A 26-year-old married man with two children from Sherrif Street, Short Strand. He was killed as he left a local GAA club. His death was attributed to a feud between Republicans.
30th January 1972
A 17-year-old from Derry, he was one of 13 people shot by British Paratroopers on Bloody Sunday in Derry.
Kevin Joseph McKearney
3rd January 1992
A 32-year-old married man with four children from Ballymackduff, Moy. He was one of two men killed in his family’s butcher shop by a UVF gunman. His 70-year-old uncle was wounded and died later from his injuries.
4th April 1989
A 29-year-old married man with three children. An IRA member. He lived at Shamrock Road, Rasharkin, Co. Antrim and was shot dead when two UDA/UFF men burst into his home and shot him as he lay beside his wife in bed.
25th April 1994
A 23-year-old man from Lenadoon, West Belfast. His body was found at the Half Moon Lake near his home. The IRA admitted his killing.
4th April 1990
A 38-year-old married man with three children from Swatragh, Co. Derry. He was shot by the UVF as he worked in the Rathcoole estate for the Housing Executive in Co. Antrim.
16th October 1992
A 29-year-old woman with one child from Craigavon. She was a prominent Sinn Fein member and a law student at Queen’s University, Belfast. A UVF gunman walked into the crowded York Hotel bar and shot her repeatedly with a 357-magnum revolver.
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23rd October 1990
A 61-year-old married man with three children from Dungannon. His body was found in his burnt out taxi at May after he was killed by the UVF.
4th December 1971
UVF exploded a bomb left by the UVF outside McGurk’s Bar. A 61-year-old from the New Lodge area of North Belfast. One of 15 people killed when a bomb exploded, left by the UVF outside McGurk’s Bar.
21st June 1978
A 28-year-old married man wit three children from Ballymure Street, North Belfast. An IRA member. One of three IRA men shot dead by the SAS as they attempted to firebomb a Post Office depot on the Ballysillan Road. They were all unarmed.
14th February 1989
A 58-year-old married man with a family who was also a Sinn Fein Councillor. He lived at Gulladuff, Magherafelt. He was shot dead by the UVF as he returned home from a meeting of Magherafelt District Council.
9th August 1989
A 15-year-old from Ballycarry Street, North Belfast. He was killed by a plastic bullet fired by the RUC in Dawson Street, New Lodge Road.
Patrick Francis Connelly
4th October 1972
A 23-year-old single man who lived at Deramore Drive, Portadown. He was killed in an explosion when the UVF threw a hand grenade in to his home. His mother and brother were also injured in the attack.
13th May 1974
A 19-year-old single man from Dungannon. He was killed with another IRA member when a bomb exploded prematurely at a filling station at Doneydale, 2 miles from Dungannon. One brother, Patrick was later killed by the SAS at Loughgall. Another brother, Kevin and uncle were shot dead by loyalists in a gun attack on the family butcher shop in Moy.
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9th August 1971
A 19-year-old married man with one child from the Moyard area of West Belfast. He was shot dead by the Parachute Regiment when along with Father Hugh Mullan they had gone to help a wounded man. The same regiment killed seven people on that night.
5th December 1997
A 36-year-old married man with two children from Glengormley. He was the Manager of St Edna’s GAA senior Gaelic football team. A LVF gunman shot him dead at the club entrance when he went to collect his brother.
1st April 1975
A 52-year-old married woman with ten children from Churchill Park, Portadown. She was a Protestant married to a Catholic. She and her husband were shot by the UVF as they walked home after a night out. Her husband survived but she died at the spot. Two of her sons were later killed by the UVF.
15th May 1971
A 32-year-old married man with four children from Sheridan Street in the New Lodge area of North Belfast. An IRA member. He was killed near the centre of Belfast when he exchanged gunfire with an army patrol.
15th April 1972
A 25-year-old married man with children who lived in the Turf Lodge area of West Belfast. An Official IRA member. He was unarmed when shot by members of the Parachute Regiment in Joy Street in the Markets area of South Belfast.
2nd July 1972
A 31-year-old single man from Beechmount Avenue, Falls Road. He and as friend, Gerard McCrea, were abducted and killed by the UDA. Their hooded bodies were found in different locations of the city.
12th August 1984
A 22-year-old married man, with one child who lived in Slievegallion Drive in Andersonstown, West Belfast. He was killed by a plastic bullet fired by the RUC during an anti-internment rally in Andersonstown.
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1. Eamon Molloy
From North Belfast. An IRA member abducted and killed by IRA. One of the ‘disappeared’. His body was missing for 24 years and in 1999 a priest was given information that he was buried in Faughart Cemetery outside Dundalk.
27th September 1972
A 19-year-old single man from the St James area of West Belfast. He was shot dead by undercover soldiers near his home and died shortly after in the RVH. A friend with him was also hit and seriously wounded.
10th June 1978
A 21-year-old single man. An IRA member who lived in the Creggan in Derry. Shot by a member of the undercover soldiers. He was shot in the back by five bullets at close blank range.
24TH June 1989
A 40-year-old man from North Belfast, shot in 1978 by the UVF. Lost both legs as a result of his injuries and died on the 24th June 1989.
26th August 1986
A 47-year-old married man with four children from the St James area of West Belfast. A black taxi driver, he was shot by the UDA as he sat watching TV in his own home. Seven black taxi men were murdered during the troubles.
30th August 1988
A 29-year-old married man, one child. An IRA member from County Tyrone. He was one of three men killed in an SAS ambush at Drumnakilly. The other two were his brother Martin and his brother’s brother-in-law, Brian Mullin.
27th January 1991
A 44-year-old married man, with five children from Rosapenna Court in the Old Park area of North Belfast. He was shot by the UDA at his home and the car used was found in the Shankill Road area.
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16th September 1982
A 14-year-old schoolboy from Divis Flats, West Belfast, he was killed when the INLA detonated a bomb near an army foot patrol. Two other people died from their injuries.
9th January 1974
A 52-year-old married man with a large family from Andersonstown, West Belfast. He was killed by the UVF near his upholstery place, beside Milltown Cemetery.
28th October 1987
A 29-year-old married man, two children. An IRA member from Abbey Park, Derry City. He was killed when a bomb exploded prematurely.
5th April 1975
A 61-year-old married man with children from Stratford Gardens in Ardoyne, North Belfast. He was shot by two UVF gunmen as he and his wife walked home after a night out.
21st July 1972
A 23-year-old single man. An IRA member from Henrietta Street, in the Markets area of South Belfast. He was shot during a gun battle near his home.
15th May 1988
A 24-year-old single man from Ladybrook Gardens, Andersonstown, West Belfast. One of three men killed when the UVF opened fire indiscriminately inside the Avenue Bar in Union Street, Belfast. Six other people were wounded.
9th September 1987
A 29-year-old married man, with two children from Forfar Street, off the Springfield Road area of West Belfast. He was shot by two UDA gunmen who burst in to his home. Originally from Leicester, England. He married a local girl and was living in Belfast for five years.
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23rd April 1982
A 19 -year-old single man from Ladybrook area of West Belfast. He was killed by IRA in an apparent punishment shooting. His brother Damien was later killed by the UVF in 1988.
30th October 1971
A 23-year-old married man with children from the Ardoyne area of North Belfast. Shot by the army near his home on the same evening as another man, Michael McLarnon who was shot and fatally wounded by the same army unit.
22nd April 1972
An 11-year-old schoolboy who was the first to die after being hit by a rubber bullet fired by the British Army. He was from Lower Clonard Street, in the Falls Road area of West Belfast.
9th July 1981
A 15-year-old schoolboy from Havana Court in Ardoyne, North Belfast. A soldier at an army observation post in Flax Street Mill, opened fire, killing the boy as he sat beside his Father on a wall outside his own home.
19th December 1975
A 24-year-old farmer from Silverbridge, Armagh. One of three people killed by the loyalist, Red Hand Commando group in a gun and bomb attack on Donnelly’s Bar in Silverbridge. He had just pulled up to a petrol pump outside the bar and was shot in the head.
3rd December 1973
An 18-year-old single man. An IRA member from the Creggan area of Derry City. He was shot by the British Army as he travelled in a car. Two seventeen-year-old girls were also injured in the same incident.
18th November 1973
A 15-year-old schoolboy from New Barnsley, West Belfast. He was shot by the IRA. The British Army had shot his father two years previous.