Ann Ogilby, South Belfast, originally from Sion Mills, Co Tyrone, who was murdered 24th July 1974. She was beaten to death by Loyalist women in a Sandy Row UDA Club. Her 6 years old daughter was being held nearby whilst her mother was being battered to death. Miss Ogilby's body was dumped close to M1 Motorway. A man and 11 women were jailed in connection with the incident. 197507240129.
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