1708 in Ireland
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List of years in Ireland
Events from the year 1708 in Ireland.
- 25 March - A registry of deeds begins operation in Ireland.
- The original wooden Belfast Castle, the home of Sir Arthur Chichester, baron of Belfast, is burned down.
- An Act of Parliament[which?] is passed, dividing the parish of St. Nicholas Without, Dublin, and giving part of it the denomination of St. Luke's.
- 7 January (in England) - George Stone, Archbishop of Armagh (Church of Ireland) (died 1764).
- 13 July (baptised in England) - Richard Robinson, 1st Baron Rokeby, Archbishop of Armagh (Church of Ireland) and benefactor (died 1794).
- 19 July - Philip Francis, clergyman and translator (died 1773).
- Risteárd Buidhe Kirwan, soldier and duellist (died 1779).
- Sir Ulick Burke, 3rd Baronet, landowner and politician.
- Francis Makemie, clergyman, considered to be the founder of Presbyterianism in United States of America (born 1658).