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An account of the visit of the Queen and Prince Albert to Cork Harbour in 1849. There was great fanfare along with the firing of the Cannons at Forts Camden and Carlisle. It was during this Royal visit that the people of Cove asked for permission…

Article detailing general army news, rumours & the movement of Troops, The Recruitment Depot in Cork has been moved to Cat Fort. A detachment of the 47th Regiment, 75 in number has arrive at Camden Fort.
During the 1950's CS (Company Sergeant) Thomas McMullan built an aviary at the back of his home in Fort Camden. He bred a number of different species of birds such as Parrots, Sparrows, Finches, Canaries, Budgies etc. He was very successful in his…

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A newspaper article detailing movement of Troops and promotions within the defence forces, Upgrades to the Cork Harbour Fortifications. Replacing R.M.L. Guns in Fort Camden with modern Ordnance.

Crosshaven & Carrigaline.pdf
Military Census Form Return of Officers, Warrant Officers, N.C.Os. and Men serving at Crosshaven and Carrigaline Posts. Command at Midnight 12th - 13th November 1922

Military and Medical Training for the Royal Army Medical Corps and the Irish Defence Forces.
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