Kalends of Jan. on 6th feria, 29th of the moon, A.D. 1373-8.
Mor, daughter of Ua Ferghail, wife of Diarmait Mag Raghnaill, namely, the chief of Muinter-Eoluis, an excellent woman without dispute, died a death of Unction and penance and was buried honourably in Cluain-Conmaicne.
Toirdelbach Mac Suibne, high
p.563Constable of the Fifth of Connacht, died the same year.
Cathal, son of Mael-Sechlainn (son of Gilla-Isu the Red) Ua Raighillaigh, died.
Gilla-Crist O'Ruairc died.
Ferghal O'Mail-miadhaigh, chief of Muinter -Cerballain, a generous man in general without refusal to anybody, died.
Brian Mag Uidhir, one fit to be king of Fir-Manach, was killed by the sons of Art Mag Uidhir.
Domnall Mac Bradaigh, chief of the Tellach-Cerbaill, a general sage, died in that year.
Walter Mac William de Burgh was killed by the Muinter-Maille in the same year.
Bran Ua Brain, king of Ui-Faelain, head of the courage and liberality of the Lagenians, died.
Maghnus, son of Cathal Ua Concobuir junior, died the same year.
Attack was made by Mag Raghnaill with his kinsmen and with his septs and by the two Clans of Aedh Ua Ferghail and by Fergal Ua Ruairc on Cathal Mag Raghnaill the Red. Cathal mustered his kerns and his friends and his marriage-kindred, namely, under Diarmait Mac Diarmata and under Domnall the Black, to make head against those forces. Mag Raighnaill with his people was defeated there. Great numbers were killed in that defeat, namely, Fergal Mag Raghnaillhead of happiness and wealth was that noble manand Mac Sennlaich and Mac Gille-duibh and many others that are not reckoned here.
Dubchablach, daughter of Mag Raghnaill, wife of Ua Mail-Miadhaigh, died.
Donnchadh, son of Muircertach Ua Concobuir, died.
William Ua hUiginn died the the same year.
Brian, son of Tadhg, son of Ruaidhri Ua Conchobair, was killed.
John Ua Fialain, namely, a good ollam in poetry, died this year.
John Ua Droma, vicar of Cell-Naaille, died on the 5th of the Ides 9th of December.
(Lasairghina, daughter of Master Thomas Mac Gilla-Coisgle, died on the 8th of the Ides 8th of May, A.D. 1373)