Stand United Or Hang Alone

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Above and below are images from the August 15th (feast of the assumption) march of the Ancient Order Of Hibernians, taken at Milltown Cemetery where AOH leader Joe Devlin is buried. The first shows the banner of the Gortrighey division (387) and an image of a priest celebrating the nativity on Christmas morning at a mass rock in the penal days.
(This image also reproduced in an Ardoyne mural). The second is from the first Derry division and shows the assumption of our lady.
The third shows the lapels of a well-traveled Newry member, with badges from Michigan and Pennsylvania alongside a pike (1798), an easter lily (1916) and commemorations of Bloody Sunday and the hunger strikers.
The final image is of the side entrance to the local Clonard AOH lodge, division 58, which hosted the gathering.
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