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In Memory Of 
Sean South  And 
Fergal Ohanlon

  1.                                       In Memory Of Seán South
  2. Seán South was born in Limerick Ireland 1928, where he was educated at Sexton Street Christian Brothers School, On New Year's Day 1957, 14 IRA volunteers crossed the border into County Fermanagh to launch an attack on a joint RUC/B Specials barracks in Brookeborough. During        the attack a number of volunteers were injured, two fatally  Fergal O'Hanlon and Seán South died of their wounds .
  3.                               Video below is the song about sean south

In Memory Of  Fergal O'Hanlon
Fergal O'Hanlon was born in Ballybay, County Monaghan, Ireland, into a staunchly republican family, Feargal O'Hanlon was a draughtsman employed by Monaghan County Council. He was a Gaelic footballer.
At the  Aged 20, O'Hanlon was killed along with Seán South while taking part in an attack on the Royal Ulster Constabulary (R.U.C.) barracks in Brookeborough, County Fermanagh, during the Border Campaign.
Video below is the song about  Fergal O'Hanlon 

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