Thomas Passmore, Grand Master, Belfast Orangemen, addresses a memorial service in the grounds of Belfast City Hall, 4th September 1975, timed to coincide with the funerals of murdered Orangemen in South Armagh.  The clergyman on the left is Rev Robert Bradford, a Vanguard Unionist MP, who himself was to be assasinated by the Provisional IRA on 14th November 1981. The South Armagh Orangemen who died were Nevin McConnell, William Ronald McKee and James McKee.  197509040630<br />
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Thomas Passmore, Grand Master, Belfast Orangemen, addresses a memorial service in the grounds of Belfast City Hall, 4th September 1975, timed to coincide with the funerals of murdered Orangemen in South Armagh. The clergyman on the left is Rev Robert Bradford, a Vanguard Unionist MP, who himself was to be assasinated by the Provisional IRA on 14th November 1981. The South Armagh Orangemen who died were Nevin McConnell, William Ronald McKee and James McKee. 197509040630

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