- 1779 in Ireland
28 May- Thomas Moore, poet, singer, songwriter and entertainer (d.1852).
17 August- William Corbet, member of the United Irishmen, soldier, Commander-in-Chief to French forces in Greece (d.1842).
3 November- Hugh Gough, 1st Viscount Gough, British Field Marshal(d.1869).
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