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    Lessons of Kilmichael: Reflections on the War of Independence. Talk given by Jack Lane, Aubane Historical Society, for centenary 28 November 2020.   CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW:  

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    Webinar I will be holding a webinar on: “The Clifford Household during the Wars of the Roses 1450-87” at 7pm on Tuesday 12th May 2020. This webinar will last about 45 minutes and will cover the history of the Clifford family from 1455 to 1487 and their involvement in the […]

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    Today The Irish Volunteers Commemorative Organisation marked the 106.th year of the foundation of Fianna Éireann . The private ceremonies were held by the 4.th Battalion  Fianna Éireann which has been incorporated in to the IVCO some time ago.   On Monday 16 August 1909, in the Camden Street hall, Hobson chaired […]

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  • On Saturday July 11, 2015,the Irish Volunteer Commemorative Organisation will be staging an Exhibition and display at Reenascreena Village, Rosscarbery, Co. Cork. The exhibition will take place at the Reenascreena National School. The exhibition will be from 2 to 6 pm. Admission is FREE ,all are welcome !! Reenscreena is the birth place […]

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    I have a gran uncle michael obrien born in killeigh tullamore in 1902 approx. Michael and several siblings disappeared after the 1911 census. My grandfather Mathew stayed in Killeigh. He was interred in the Curragh in 1921. I would like to make contact with Ellen O’Brien to discuss further. Also, […]

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    By John O’Driscoll: I added Prison numbers to the names I had on record. There were about 20 other internees in Cornwallis Infirmary which really was a Workhouse.. The other Infirmary Hospitals used were Marylebone -Ladbroke Grove, St James’ Wandsworth, St Mary’s Highgate, Metropolitan Hospital. More Internees were discharged direct without […]

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    Bloody Sunday was one of the most significant events to take place during the Irish War of Independence,, which followed the formation of a unilaterally declared Irish Republic,and its parliament, Dail Eireann. The army of the republic, the Irish Republican Army waged a guerrilla war against the Royal Irish Constabulary […]

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