1631 in Ireland
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List of years in Ireland
Events from the year 1631 in Ireland.
- March 28 - The Morres Baronetcy, of Knockagh in the County of Tipperary, is created in the Baronetage of Ireland in favour of John Morres.
- June 20 - Sack of Baltimore: the town of Baltimore, County Cork, is sacked by Algerian pirates.
- December 22 - The titles of Viscount Clanmalier and Baron Phillipstown are created in the Peerage of Ireland in favour of Terence O'Dempsey.
- April 18 - Henry Docwra, 1st Baron Docwra of Culmore, soldier, statesman and "the founder of Derry" (b. 1564)
- November 7 - Patrick Fleming, Franciscan scholar (b. 1599)
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