1730 in Ireland
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List of years in Ireland
Events from the year 1730 in Ireland.
- First bridge across the River Foyle linking Lifford and Strabane is built.
- First turnpike act for Ireland, for improvement of the road from Dublin to Kilcullen Bridge.
- Edward Lovett Pearce succeeds Thomas Burgh as Surveyor General of Ireland.
- James Alexander, 1st Earl of Caledon, merchant, landlord and politician (d. 1802)
- Approximate date
- January 29 – Thomas Flynn, Roman Catholic Bishop of Ardagh
- August 6 – Sir Thomas Vesey, 1st Baronet, Church of Ireland Bishop of Ossory (b. 1668?)
- October 3 – Thomas Brodrick, politician (b. 1654)
- December 4 – Edward Southwell, politician (b. 1671)
- December 18 – Colonel Thomas Burgh, Surveyor General of Ireland (b. 1670)
- Greig, William (1818). Strictures on Road Police. Dublin: Archer, Cumming, etc. p. 54. Retrieved 2016-03-10.