Kalends of Jan. on 1st feria, 24th of the moon, A.D. 1303-7.
Laurence Ua Lachtnain, bishop of Cell-mic-Duach, a Grey Cistercian monk, rested in Christ.
Echdruim of Ui-Maine was burned by a party of the sons of kings of Ui-Maine.
The Foreigners of all Ros-comain were in great part killed by Donnchadh O'Cellaigh, king of Ui-Maine, at Ath-escrach-Cuan, where fell Philip Munnter and John Munnter and Matthew Drew and other persons were either killed, or left wounded, or captured. Diarmait Mac Diarmata the Foreigner and Cormac Mac Ceithernaigh were taken there and their forces were allowed to depart under condition. And the Sheriff of Ros-comain was also taken there along with his force and they were all allowed to depart upon sufferance. And they made peace. This happened because the town of Ahascragh was burned by Edmund Butler.
Edward, king of the Saxons, lord of Ireland and the Britons and Scotland, died.
Donnchadh O'Flannachain, bishop of Oil-finn, rested in Christ.
Domnall, son of Brian, son of Tadhg, son of Andrew, son of Brian of Luighni, son of Toirdhelbach Mor Ua Conchobair, tanist of Connacht, a man full of prowess and of generosity, a general scholar, was killed by Aedh the Brefnian, son of Cathal Ua Conchobuir the Red.
Tadhg, son of Mail-Sechlainn, son of Donnchadh, son of Domnall, son of Magnus, son of Toirdhelbach, general benefactor respecting food and cattle, was killed by Cathal, son of Domnall, son of Tadhg Ua Conchobhair.
Donnchadh O'Cellaigh the Momonian, king of Ui Maine, expert
p.411proficient in every thing, rested in Christ.
William Mac Feorais Birmingham, archbishop of Tuaim, went to Rome.
The crown was given to the king of the Saxons and Britons and Ireland, namely, to young Edward.
Ailbi, daught of Tadhg Ua Concobuir, died.
The Clann-Muircertaigh came into Magh-Cetne and the crops of the country of Cairpre and much of the corn of Tir-Oilella and the Corann were burned by them. And on that expedition was killed Tadhg, son of Maghnus Ua Conchobair. He was slain by the same Cathal Ua Conchobair.
Mail-Sechlainn O'Gairmlegaidh, chief of Cenel-Moain, rested in Christ.
Maghnus Mag Oirechtaigh rested in Christ.