Rev Joseph Parker, a Church of Ireland clergyman, taking part in a fast to raise funds for the Claudy Massacre victims at Belfast City Hall, N Ireland, The Claudy bombings, in which nine died, occurred on the 31st July 1972. Rev Parker lost his own son, Stephen Parker, 14 years, in a car bomb blast at a row of shops on the Cavehill Road. Stephen was awarded the Queen's Commendation for bravery for his efforts in warning people about the device. 197209210576JP2..Copyright Image from Victor Patterson, 54 Dorchester Park, Belfast, UK, BT9 6RJ..Tel: +44 28 9066 1296.Mob: +44 7802 353836.Voicemail +44 20 8816 7153.Skype: victorpattersonbelfast.Email: victorpatterson@me.com.Email: victorpatterson@ireland.com (back-up)..IMPORTANT: If you wish to use this image or any other of my images please go to www.victorpatterson.com and click on the Terms & Conditions. Then contact me by email or phone with the reference number(s) of the image(s) concerned.
Rev Joseph Parker, a Church of Ireland clergyman, taking part in a fast to raise funds for the Claudy Massacre victims at Belfast City Hall, N Ireland, The Claudy bombings, in which nine died, occurred on the 31st July 1972. Rev Parker lost his own son, Stephen Parker, 14 years, in a car bomb blast at a row of shops on the Cavehill Road. Stephen was awarded the Queen's Commendation for bravery for his efforts in warning people about the device. 197209210576JP2..Copyright Image from Victor...
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