1654 in Ireland
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Events from the year 1654 in Ireland.
- December 24 - William Petty contracts to undertake an accurate survey of Ireland (the "Down Survey").
- English Parliamentarian supporters take control of Galway Corporation, dismissing the previous urban elite as "the Tribes of Galway".
- The Fraternity of Physicians of Trinity Hall, predecessor of the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland, is established in Dublin by Prof. John Stearne.
- William Edmondson establishes what is probably the first Quaker Meeting in Ireland at his house in Lurgan.
- Rathmacknee Castle and lands were confiscated after Thomas Rosseter fought against Oliver Cromwell at Wexford in the Irish Confederate Wars.
- May 28 - Thomas Handcock, politician (d.1726)
- August 4 - Thomas Brodrick, politician (d.1730)
- September 11 - William Handcock, lawyer and politician (d.1701)
- Sir Henry Bingham, 3rd Baronet, lawyer and politician (d.1714)
- Thomas Bligh, politician (d.1710)
- May 5 - Thomas Walsh, Roman Catholic Archbishop of Cashel, in exile.
- May 12 - William Tirry, martyred Roman Catholic priest, executed (b.1609)