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Events from the year 1621 in Ireland.
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List of years in Ireland
- King James I of England claims royal inheritance of the whole of Upper Ossory in County Laois including the manor of Offerlane from the de Clare family at an inquisition held at Portlaoise. The king institutes a plantation of the area in 1626.
- October 12: battle of starlings: two flocks of the birds gathered over the city of Cork and prepared for war like two trained armies before violently clashing. The attacks continued all day before a two-day recess until the fighting resumed. The fierce battle left the city deluged by broken wings and dead birds.
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- Rutkowski, Paweł (26 September 2019). "Starlings, Whales and Herring: Animals as Portents in Early Modern England". Studia Historyczne. 61 (1 (241)): 45–58. doi:10.12797/SH.61.2018.01.02. ISSN 0025-1429.
- Galway Authors, Helen Mahar, 1976