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1876 in Ireland

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1876 in Ireland
Centuries:  17th 18th 19th 20th 21st
Decades:  1850s 1860s 1870s 1880s 1890s

Events from the year 1876 in Ireland.

Contents

Events

  • 1 April - Great Northern Railway (Ireland) formed by a merger of the Irish North Western Railway, Northern Railway of Ireland and the Ulster Railway.
  • Births

  • 5 January - Lucien Bull, pioneer in chronophotography (died 1972).
  • 21 January
  • James Larkin, trade union leader, socialist and Irish Labour Party TD (died 1947).
  • James Charles Brady, Canadian politician
  • 25 February - Philip Graves, journalist and writer (died 1953).
  • 11 April - Paul Henry, artist (died 1958).
  • 3 August - Sep Lambert, cricketer (died 1959).
  • Full date unknown

  • Cissie Cahalan, trade unionist, feminist and suffragette (died 1948).
  • George Townshend, writer, former clergyman and Bahá'í (died 1957).
  • Frederick James Walker, motor cycle racer, killed at 1914 Isle of Man TT races (died 1914).
  • Gladys Wynne, artist (died 1968).
  • Deaths

  • 15 February - Daniel Pollen, politician, ninth Premier of New Zealand (born 1813).
  • 19 April - William Wilde, surgeon, author and father of Oscar Wilde (born 1815).
  • 7 May - Joseph Philip Ronayne, civil engineer (born 1822).
  • 16 June - Sir Henry Thomas, police magistrate in London (born 1807).
  • 25 June - Myles Keogh, officer in American Civil War, later in U.S. 7th Cavalry Regiment, killed at the Battle of the Little Bighorn (born 1840).
  • 14 July - James Henry, physician, classical scholar and poet (born 1798).
  • References

    1876 in Ireland Wikipedia


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