Multiple Bereavement and Loss, by Margaret Valente (story details)

Story Title: Multiple Bereavement and Loss

Collection: Personal Accounts from Northern Ireland's Troubles (collection)
Organisation: Cost of the Troubles Survey, The (organisation) [NC]

"Margaret Valente was interviewed in the office of Cost of the Troubles Study in May 1997. Her brother-in-law was killed in a Republican feud in 1975, and his wife died four years later, unable to cope with here husband's death. Margaret then lost her own husband, when he was killed by the IRA as an alleged informer. She later was the first on the scene when her daughter's partner was shot dead in a sectarian attack." Smyth and Fay (eds) (2000; p.20).

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Title
Multiple Bereavement and Loss, by Margaret Valente (story details)
Creator
Marie Smyth and Marie-Therese Fay (editors)
Story Title
Multiple Bereavement and Loss
Story Available
Yes
Story Format
Text
Story Source
Chapter 2, in, Smyth, Marie. Fay, Marie-Therese. (eds) (2000). Personal Accounts from Northern Ireland's Troubles: Public Conflict, Private Loss. London: Pluto Press.
Interviewee Surname
Valente
Interviewee Forename(s)
Margaret
Language Spoken
English
Interviewee Gender
Female
Ind Delay Access Date
n.a.
Published Format
Document
Story Abstract
"Margaret Valente was interviewed in the office of Cost of the Troubles Study in May 1997. Her brother-in-law was killed in a Republican feud in 1975, and his wife died four years later, unable to cope with here husband's death. Margaret then lost her own husband, when he was killed by the IRA as an alleged informer. She later was the first on the scene when her daughter's partner was shot dead in a sectarian attack." Smyth and Fay (eds) (2000; p.20).

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Title
Personal Accounts from Northern Ireland's Troubles (collection)
Description
This collection is contained in an edited book which has 14 personal accounts from individuals affected by the conflict in Northern Ireland. The accounts are based on in-depth interviews and survey work conducted by The Cost of the Troubles Study which operated from 1996 to 1999.
Creator
Marie Smyth and Marie-Therese Fay (editors)
Subject
Story-Telling / Personal Accounts related to the conflict in Northern Ireland.
Source
The Cost of the Troubles Study:
http://cain.ulster.ac.uk/cts/
Publisher
Pluto Press
Date
2000
Format
Book
Language
English

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Title
Cost of the Troubles Survey, The (organisation) [NC]
Description
"The Cost of the Troubles Study Ltd is a recognised charity and a limited company. The Board of Directors is composed of a team of people from all parts of the religious/political spectrum who have all been directly affected by the violence of the 'Troubles'."
CAIN. 2003.
Creator
"The Board of Directors is composed of a team of people from all parts of the religious/political spectrum who have all been directly affected by the violence of the 'Troubles'. The Board also contains two researchers, one full-time, - Marie Smyth, Research Fellow, INCORE (the United Nations University and the University of Ulster, Northern Ireland) who is the Project Director and one part-time, Mike Morrissey, Senior Lecturer in Social Policy, The University of Ulster and Director of The Urban Institute, Belfast. The project also employs Marie-Therese Fay, Research Officer; Grainne Kelly, Researcher and Gwen Ford, Project Administrator."
CAIN. 2003.
Subject
Northern Ireland Conflict
Source
http://cain.ulster.ac.uk/cts/
Date
1999
Language
English
Date Formed
1996
Status
Ended 1999
Funder
"The Cost of the Troubles Study is a recognised charity and a company limited by guarantee and not having share capital. We are funded by the Central Community Relations Unit; Making Belfast Work, North & West Teams; The Special Support Programme for Peace & Reconciliation through N.I.V.T.; The Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust and private donation. "
CAIN. 2003.

Citation

Marie Smyth and Marie-Therese Fay (editors)
. Multiple Bereavement and Loss.
Accounts of the Conflict; Accessed: 3 December 2022 <http://accounts.ulster.ac.uk/repo24/items/show/2046>

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