1930 in Ireland

1930 in Ireland


*15 January - Ireland's new Papal Nuncio, Monsignor Robertson, presents his credentials to the Governor-General at the Vice-Regal Lodge in the Phoenix Park.
*28 August - A painting by the Dutch artist Rembrandt, found in an Irish cottage, is authenticated.

Arts and literature



*League of Ireland::Winners: Bohemians

*FAI Cup::Winners: Shamrock Rovers 1 - 0 Brideville


*Irish Open is won by Charles Whitcombe (England).


January to June

*4 January - Tras Honan, former Fianna Fáil politician, twice Cathaoirleach of Seanad Éireann.
*7 January - Justin Keating, senior Irish Labour Party politician, former TD, Cabinet Minister, MEP and Seanad Éireann member.
*12 January - Jennifer Johnston, novelist and playwright.
*30 January - John O'Connell, former Labour Party TD, Cabinet Minister, Ceann Comhairle of Dáil Éireann and MEP.
*22 February - David Cremin, Bishop Emeritus of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Sydney.
*March - Fergus O'Brien, former Fine Gael TD and Minister of State.
*1 April - Frank Cluskey, former leader of the Labour Party (d.1989).
*12 April - Patrick Pery, 6th Earl of Limerick, peer and public servant (d.2003).
*10 May - William McDermott, Bishop Emeritus of Diocese of Huancavelica, Peru.

July to December

*19 August - Frank McCourt, teacher and writer.
*29 August - Mícheál Ó Muircheartaigh, Gaelic games commentator for RTE.
*30 August - Kieran Crotty, former Fine Gael TD.
*26 September - Joe Sherlock, Labour Party (Ireland) TD (d.2007).
*1 October - Richard Harris, actor (d.2002).
*11 October - Joan O'Hara, actress (d.2007).
*23 October - Thomas Flanagan, retired Auxiliary Bishop of the Diocese of San Antonio.
*4 November - Gerald Duffy, cricketer.
*17 November - Brian Lenihan, Fianna Fáil TD, Cabinet Minister and senator and presidential candidate (d.1995).
*15 December - Edna O'Brien, novelist and short story writer.

Full date unknown

*Paddy Ambrose, soccer player and coach (d.2002).
*Edward Delaney, sculptor.
*Frank Durkan, lawyer in the United States (d.2006).
*Bridie Gallagher, singer.
*Maeve Kelly, writer.
*Peadar Livingstone, priest and historian (d.1989).
*Sean Potts, tin whistle player, formerly with The Chieftains.
*Bertie Troy, priest and All-Ireland winning manager with Cork (d.2007).


*1 October - James Whiteside McCay, Lieutenant General in the Australian Army, member of the Victorian and Australian Parliaments (b.1864).
*31 October - Pierce Charles de Lacy O'Mahony, Nationalist politician, barrister and philanthropist (b.1850).
*30 November - Mother Jones, labor and community organizer, Industrial Workers of the World member, and Socialist in America (b.1830).

Full date unknown

*Dick Fitzgerald, Kerry Gaelic footballer (b.1884).
*Bryan Mahon, British Army general, Commander-in-Chief, Ireland and Senator (b.1862).

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