Events from 1615 in Ireland.
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List of years in Ireland
- April 18 – the "Native's Rebellion": Arthur Chichester, 1st Baron Chichester, Lord Deputy of Ireland, informs the Privy Council of England of a plot by Hugh McShane O'Neill, Brian Crossagh, Rory O'Cahan and Alexander McDonald to massacre Ulster planters and of the arrest of many conspirators.
- April 25 – convocation of the Church of Ireland ends, having adopted 104 Articles of Religion largely drafted by James Ussher.
- July 31 – Cú Chonnacht Ó Cianáin (having been racked) and five others are sentenced to hanging for their part in the insurrection.
- October 24 – James I's Parliament of Ireland is dissolved (its third session having been held 18 April–16 May).
- Act makes parishes responsible for road maintenance, labourers and cottiers to supply six days free labour annually.
- c. August – Cú Chonnacht Ó Cianáin, rymer and insurrectionist (hanged)
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- Gillespie, Raymond (1987). Conspiracy: Ulster plots and plotters in 1615. Belfast: Ulster Society for Irish Historical Studies. ISBN 0853893039.
- Ó Muraíle, Nollaig (2005). "The Learned Family of Ó Cianáin/Keenan". Clougher Record: 387–436.