1877 in Ireland
Events from the year 1877 in Ireland.
|See also:||1877 in the United Kingdom|
Other events of 1877
List of years in Ireland
- May – Sophia Jex-Blake qualifies as a Licentiate of the King’s and Queen’s College of Physicians of Ireland (LKQCPI).
- 1 September – the narrow gauge Ballymena and Larne Railway starts operations in County Antrim, from Larne to Ballyclare for goods traffic.
- 14 August – National Museum of Ireland established in Dublin.
Arts and literatureEdit
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- 20 February – T. C. Hammond, Anglican clergyman, Principal of Moore Theological College, Sydney (died 1961).
- 12 March – Sam Maguire, Irish Republican and Gaelic footballer (died 1927).
- 17 March – George Gardiner, boxer (died 1954).
- 2 April – Gus Kelly, cricketer (died 1951).
- 2 April – Richard Rowley, poet and writer (died 1947).
- 26 April – Robert Gwynn, cricketer (died 1962).
- 26 May – Hanna Sheehy-Skeffington, feminist, suffragette and writer (died 1946).
- 12 June – Hugh Godley, 2nd Baron Kilbracken, barrister (died 1950).
- 20 July – Tom Crean, Antarctic explorer and publican (died 1938).
- 2 December – Cahir Healy, Nationalist Party MP (died 1970).
- 15 December – John T. McNicholas, Archbishop of Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Cincinnati and founder of the Catholic Legion of Decency (died 1950).