James Quigley, aka Jimmy Quigley, 18 years, Roman Catholic, from Divis Towers, Belfast, shot dead 29th September 1972 by soldiers in the attic of a pharmacy in the Lower Falls. The army maintain he was in possession of a rifle. He was subsequently listed on the republican roll of honour as a member of the IRA’s 2nd battalion in Belfast. 197209290598<br />
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James Quigley, aka Jimmy Quigley, 18 years, Roman Catholic, from Divis Towers, Belfast, shot dead 29th September 1972 by soldiers in the attic of a pharmacy in the Lower Falls. The army maintain he was in possession of a rifle. He was subsequently listed on the republican roll of honour as a member of the IRA’s 2nd battalion in Belfast. 197209290598

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