The 17-month old infant, Angela Gallagher, killed last week in Belfast by a sniper's bullet, was buried on Monday (6th September).
The 17-month old infant, Angela Gallagher, killed last week in Belfast by a sniper's bullet, was buried on Monday (6th September). Several hundred mourners marched in her funeral procession after a short service. Thousands of women and children watched.
SYNOPSIS: In Belfast on Monday, children bearing small sprays of flowers led a large funeral procession for Angela Gallagher the 17 month old baby girl killed by a Sniper's bullet last week.
The infant's mother, Mrs. Arlene Gallagher, walked some of the way to the Milltown Cemetery with relatives.
Leading the children in the procession were Angela's two brothers, and sister Paula aged 7 who'd had a narrow escape in the same shooting incident.
Several thousand women and children lin??? the route of the procession.
Those who walked in procession to the cemetery included several hundred men. Funerals resulting from the crisis in Northern Ireland have become all too common a scene in and around Belfast, b??? the funeral of the first baby killed was a poignant and sobering moment for many ???
Mr. Peter Gallagher, Angela's father, carried her coffin alone to the gravesi???