Kalends of Jan. on 6th feria, 2nd of the moon, A.D. 1301-5.
Muircetach Ua Concobuir Failghi and Mael-mordha, his kinsman and the Calbhach Ua Conchobair, along with nine and twenty of the nobles of their people, were killed by Sir Pierce Mac Feorais Birmingham, through treachery and deceit, in the castle of Mac Feorais.
The castle of Inis Eogain was built by Richard de Burgh the earl.
Matthew Ua Raghailligh Junior was killed by the Tellach-Dunchadha.
Aedh Ua Ferghail Junior died.
A defeat was inflicted by Aedh, son of Cathal Ua Concobuir and by the Clann Muircertaigh also on the Muinnter-Raghailligh, so that Philip Ua Raghailligh and the heir of Clann-Suibhne and the Mag Buirrce, head of the Gallowglasses, together with one hundred and forty other persons, fell there.
Toirdhelbach, son of Niall Ua Briain the red, rested in christ.
(Or it may be this year the death of Donn Mag Uidhir should be.)