Kalends of Jan. on 3rd feria, 4th of the moon, A.D. 1293-7.
Concobur, son of Taichlech, son of Diarmait, son of Conchobur (son of Tadhg) Mac Diarmata, king of Magh Luirg and Airtech, elder brother and lord of all Muinnter Maelruanaigh, the man of best courage and prowess, valour and championship, attack and resistance, protection and asylum, truth and governance in his own time, rested in Christ (and he was buried in the Monastery of the Buill).
Maghnus O'hAinli, chief of Cenel-Dobtha; rested in
Henry Mag Oirechtaigh, bishop of Conniri Connor, a Grey Cistercian monk, rested in Christ (and he was buried in the Monastery of Mellifont at Drochaidatha).
William O'Dubthaigh, bishop of Cluain-mac-Nois, was killed by concussion, on falling from his own horse.
A great hosting was made very courageously by Edward, namely by the king of the Saxons, into France and he came without conquest, without sway, therefrom.
Mael-Sechlainn Mac Briain, abbot of the Buill, was elected to the bishopric of Oil-finn and Marian O'Dondobuir, a Friar Preacher, was elected before him and went to Rome to maintain his election to the same bishopric and died on that journey.
Cu-Ulad O'Anluain, king of the Oirrthir and his brother and Aenghus Mag-Mathgamna and many of the chiefs of his people were killed by the Foreigners of Dun-delgan, in returning to their houses from the Earl.
Derbhfhorgaill, daughter of Ua Floinn of Es-Ui Floinn, rested in Christ.