Events from the year 1341 in Ireland.
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List of years in Ireland
- King Toirdhealbhach of Connacht captures Roscommon castle.
- 23 January – Ross loses its rights as an open port.
- 22 February – Alexander Bicknor, Archbishop of Dublin is appointed 'custos and acting justiciar.
- 16 March – John Morice is appointed deputy justiciar.
- 5 May – Elizabeth de Burgh, daughter of William Donn, 4th Earl of Ulster, is betrothed to Lionel of Antwerp, 1st Duke of Clarence (see 9 September).
- 24 July – general resumption of all grants made since the death of Edward I.
- 27 July – ordinance excluding all but Englishmen beneficed in England from holding office in Ireland.
- 2 August – 2 October – deputy justicier campaigns in Leinster against Mac Murchada.
- 9 September – Elizabeth de Burgh and Lionel of Antwerp are married.
- October – parliament at Dublin is adjourned to Kilkenny (held in November). Petitions critical of administration are sent to Edward III.
- 25 November – order for examination of exchequer and its officials.
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- John Clyn (2007). Bernadette Williams (ed.). The Annals of Ireland. Four Courts Press. pp. 240–244. ISBN 978-1-84682-034-2. Retrieved 16 December 2015.
- Theodore William Moody; Francis X. Martin; Francis John Byrne (1982). A Chronology of Irish History to 1976: A Companion to Irish History. New History of Ireland. Vol. 8. Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0-19-821744-2. Retrieved 16 December 2015.