Thomas Morrissey, Farnham Street, Belfast, N Ireland, married, 8 children, who died in UVF bombing of Rose and Crown bar on the Ormeau Road on 2nd May 1974. Four others died in the blast and a sixth died 9 days later. All the victims were Roman Catholics. Two youths, 16 years old at the time of the bombing, were convicted. For more information see Lost Lives victim no 1078. 97405020254
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