Anne Maguire (1964 - 1992):
Anne Maguire was born in Enniskillen, County Fermanagh, and was educated at Mount Lourdes Grammar School, Enniskillen, and Queen's University, Belfast, where she studied Social Anthropology. She was active in the Students' Union, as women's rights and welfare representative. From 1986 to 1987 she was President of the Students' Union of Queen's University. In 1988 she began working freelance on the Belfast News Letter, and later joined the staff as a reporter. She became education correspondent. In 1991 she joined the Irish Times. She wrote on behalf of the sisters of Brian Keenan, For Brian's Sake, 1992. She had a reputation for ensuring that the rights of the people about whom she was writing, were respected. She died in a car crash.