Pat Murphy and Eddie Collins members of the Cork Volunteer’s Pipe Band, attending the 1954 Wolfe Tone Annual Bodenstown Commemoration.

 Photograph of Pat Murphy (Marsh) and Eddie Collins (Blackrock) members of the Cork Volunteer’s Pipe Band, attending the 1954 Wolfe Tone Annual Commemoration in Bodenstown, Co, Kildare. In addition Murphy and Collins were comrades of Cork Socialist Republican’s Jim Lane and Brendan O’Neill.

The Cork Volunteer’s Pipe Band,was founded by the Sinn Fein Lord Mayor of Cork, Tomás MacCurtain in February 1914, who was assassinated by members of the British forces in on the 20 March 1920.

 

Pat Murphy (Marsh) on the left of photo and Eddie Collins (Blackrock) on the right.Cork Volunteer’s Pipe Band members.

Pat Murphy on the left of  the photo and Eddie Collins on the right members of the Cork Volunteer’s Pipe Band.

Cork Volunteer’s Pipe Band members at Bodenstown 1954

 Cork Volunteer’s Pipe Band members at Bodenstown 1954.

 

 Piper in the second row,with the Cork Volunteer's Pipe Band attending the 1954 Wolfe Tone Annual Commemoration in Bodenstown.

Jim Lane one of the Pipers in the second line, with the Cork Volunteer’s Pipe Band, attending the 1954 Wolfe Tone Annual Commemoration in Bodenstown.

Cork Volunteers’ Pipe Band, Centenary Project by Jim Lane Part 1-4  https://rebelcorksfightingstory.wordpress.com/cork-volunteer-pipe-band

 Video Part 1 and 2 Cork Volunteers’ Pipe Band by Jim Lane, link below.

https://irishrepublicanmarxisthistoryproject.wordpress.com/2015/05/15/cork-volunteers-pipe-band-jim-lane-part-one/

https://irishrepublicanmarxisthistoryproject.wordpress.com/2015/05/24/part-2-cork-volunteers-pipe-band-by-jim-lane-video/

 

 

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