Commemorative Events

1915 O’Donovan Rossa funeral

We request all IVCO members to attend this very important event. Here is the timetable for the route for Sat 1st August when Sinn Féin do a full scale re enactment of the 1915 O'Donovan Rossa funeral on the exact date and time 100 years on. Come out and show your support for the leaders [...]

By |2017-09-13T15:08:57+00:00July 29th, 2015|Commemorative Events|0 Comments

‘Paid informants in Irish Secret Societies 1886-1910’

On next Wednesday 17th June 2015 Barry Keane, author of 'Massacre in West Cork', will challenge the British Home Office, the Metropolitan Police and the United Kingdom Information Commissioners at a tribunal in London to release the contents of a file listed as 'paid informants in Irish Secret Societies 1886-1910'. The case listed as EA/2015/0013 Keane v HO and [...]


94TH KILMICHAEL COMMEMORATION ADDRESS BY JACK LANE, AUBANE HISTORICAL SOCIETY, 30 NOVEMBER 2014   I want to thank the Committee for giving me an opportunity to address this commemoration here today. The ambush that occurred here was a pivotal event in the War of Independence and it is a privilege to be involved in a [...]

By |2017-09-13T15:09:00+00:00December 5th, 2014|Commemorative Events|0 Comments

Fian Seamus Courtney Passage West, Cork Dedication

FIAN SEAMUS COURTNEY PASSAGE WEST DEDICATIONThe Irish Volunteers Commemorative Organisation held a dedication today August 9, 2014 for Fian Seamus Courtney. IVCO Brian Crowley directed the ceremony. A wreath was laid by member Kevin Cross on behalf of the IVCO. Many thanks to Joe Healy who gave the oration, Pat Manning who located the grave and proposed the commemoration, and Mick Nugent who laid a wreath on behalf of the Phoenix Society.

Irish volunteer uniform and Mauser rifle on show in the “Irish Linen Centre and Lisburn museum”

Irish volunteer uniform and Mauser rifle on show in the "Irish Linen Centre and Lisburn museum" Pat O'Hagan on behalf of the Irish Volunteers Commemorative Organisaton has loaned an Irish Volunteers uniform and equuipment to Lisburn museum. Article courtesey of Andersonstown news.    

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