Jack Wylie, 49 years, from Kilmore, Co Armagh, N Ireland, who died 19th February 1974, in a UVF bomb attack on Traynor's Bar, his local Roman Catholic owned licensed premises. Ironically Mr Wylie was an Orangeman. Patrick Molloy, a 46 year old Roman Catholic also died in the blast. Seven years later a self-confessed Ulster Volunteer Force member was jailed for life for the incident. 197402190116
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