No, but I only notice them if they are big and nearby. 4.4 at the opposite end of the island wouldn't register with me.
PS Incidentally the P- and S- waves are how Earth scientists get measurements of the structure of the Earth. P-waves can pass through both solids and liquids while S-waves can only pass through solids. Both suffer refraction. So, if you observe them at a range of stations on the opposite side of the Earth, by examining the zones where different waves reach and don't reach plus some propagation theory you can build up a picture of the Earth's structure