1611 in Ireland
|See also:||Other events of 1611
List of years in Ireland
Events from the year 1611 in Ireland.
- February 18 – Sir Humphrey Winch, retiring Lord Chief Justice of Ireland, is sent to London with draft legislation.
- May 7 – surrender and regrant in Counties Carlow, Wexford and Wicklow is authorised.
- June – Roman Catholic priest Patrick O'Loughran returns from exile.
- July 11 – October 21: Lord Carew is in Ireland (as authorised in June) to inquire into its government and report on prospects for the plantation of Ulster (August).
- August 19 – the Church of Ireland Bishop of Elphin, John Lynch, resigns, declaring himself a Roman Catholic, and is succeeded by Edward King (consecrated December).
- November 25 – the nobility and gentry claim the right to have advance sight of bills intended for the Parliament of Ireland.
- Giolla Brighde Ó hEoghusa (Bonaventura Ó hEoghusa or O'Hussey)'s An Teagasc Criosdaidhe is published in Antwerp, the first devotional work in Irish.
- Richard Lynch, Jesuit theologian (d. 1676)
- Hugh Dubh O'Neill, 5th Earl of Tyrone, soldier (d. 1660) (born in Brussels)
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