1769 in Ireland
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List of years in Ireland
Events from the year 1769 in Ireland.
- 15 July – the Royal Hibernian Military School, founded in Dublin to educate orphaned children of members of the British armed forces in Ireland, is granted its Royal charter.
- November – River Shannon made navigable from Killaloe (Lough Derg) to Roosky above Lough Ree.
- 1 May – the Hon. Arthur Wesley, later Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington, soldier and statesman (died 1852).
- May – Nicholas Tuite MacCarthy, Jesuit preacher (died 1833).
- 18 June – Robert Stewart, Viscount Castlereagh, politician, represented the United Kingdom at the Congress of Vienna (died 1822).
- 28 July – Hudson Lowe, British military leader (died 1844).
- 23 December – Martin Archer Shee, painter (died 1850).
- Approximate date – Gorges Lowther, politician (died 1854).
- 23 January – Thomas Fortescue, politician (born 1683).
- 19 September – Robert MacCarty, Viscount Muskerry, Royal Navy officer (born 1698).
- 20 November – Charles Gardiner, landowner and politician (born 1720).
- James Daly, politician (born c.1716).