Collins Michael

Col·lins 1

 (kŏl′ĭnz), Michael 1890-1922.
Irish nationalist and Sinn Fein leader who served as Director of Intelligence for the Irish Republican Army during the War of Independence and was one of the Irish delegates who negotiated the treaty with Britain that led to the Irish Free State (1922). He was assassinated during the Irish Civil War in an ambush by antitreaty forces.

Col·lins 2

 (kŏl′ĭnz), Michael Born 1930.
American astronaut who as a crew member of Apollo 11 piloted the spacecraft during its historic mission to the moon (1969). He orbited the moon alone while Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin made the first manned lunar landing.
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COLLINS Michael James (Retired Baker) Suddenly, at his favourite place his stables at Treherbert on Monday, 2nd July 2018, aged 73 years, Michael, beloved brother of the late Gwynne, brother-in-law to Maureen, devoted uncle and friend to many.
COLLINS Michael (Mike) Suddenly on January 14th 2018, Mike, beloved husband of Rita, adored father of Kevin and Christine, very much loved grandfather and great grandfather.
COLLINS MICHAEL Peacefully in hospital on June 26, surrounded by his loving family, Michael aged 68 years.
COLLINS MICHAEL Gone is the face we love so dear, Gone is the voice we love to hear, Too far away for touch or speech, But not too far for love to reach.
COLLINS Michael John First anniversary of my lovely husband.
COLLINS Michael John Dad, you always had a smile to share, a laugh, a joke, a time to care.
The Quality of Light by Richard Collins Michael goes down to the foyer and uses the phone at the front desk to call for a taxi.
COLLINS Michael Beloved brother of Kenneth and Kathleen, brotherinlaw of Joyce and Bob and a dear uncle and greatuncle.
COLLINS Michael Dearly beloved brother, you will be sadly missed.
The Quality of Light by Richard Collins Michael has known each of them for a long time; he is fond of them both and enjoys their happiness and good news.
COLLINS Michael My heart is broken, I love you so dearly, I don't know how I'll get by without you.
The Quality of Light by Richard Collins Michael smiles and thinks for a moment.
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