The Age of Christ, 747.
The ninth year of Domhnall.
St. Cilleni Droigthech, Abbot of Ia, and an anchorite, died on the 3rd of July.
Cathal, son of Forannan, Abbot of Cill Dara Kildare, died.
Dicolla, son of Meinide, Abbot of Inis Muireadhaigh, died.
Fiachna Ua Maicniadh, Abbot of Cluain Fearta Brenainn Clonfert;
Osbran, anchorite, and Bishop of Cluain Creamha;
Reachtabhrat Ua Guaire, Abbot of Tuaim Greine Tomgraney;
Maeltuile, Abbot of Tir Da Ghlas Terryglass, died.
Flaithbheartach, son of Conall Meann, chief of Cinel Cairbre, died.
Innreachtach, son of Muireadhach Meann, died.
Foidmeann, son of Fallach, chief of Conaille Muirtheimhne;
Conaing Ua Duibhduin, lord of Cairbre Teabhtha, died.
Flann, son of Ceallach, lord of Muscraighe Muskerry, died.
The Age of Christ, 748.
The tenth year of Domhnall.
St. Maccoigeth, Abbot of Lis Mor, died on the 3rd of December.
St. Luicridh, Abbot of Cluain Mic Nois, died on the 29th of April.
St. Cellan, Abbot of Cluain Fearta Brenainn, died.
Scannlan, of Dun Lethglaise Downpatrick, died.
Fearblai, son of Margus, a wise man, died.
Scannlan of Cluain Boireann died.
Fursa, of Eas Mic nEirc, died. Eas Mic nEirc on the Buill, at this day Eas Ui Fhloinn.
Tomaltach, son of Maeltuile, was slain.
The Age of Christ, 749.
The eleventh year of Domhnall.
Cearban, of Daimhliag Duleek, died.
Abel, of Ath Oirne, died.
Loingseach, son of
p.353Flaithbheartach, lord of Cinel Conaill, died.
Flann, son of Conchubhar, lord of Magh Ai, died.
Tuathlaithe, daughter of Cathal, wife of the King of Leinster, died.
The battle of Ard Naescan, between the Ui Briuin and Cinel Cairbre, wherein many were slain.
The devastation of Fotharta Fea by the men of Osraighe Ossory.
Cathasach, son of Ailell, King of Ulidia, was slain at Rath Bethech.
Congus, the scribe, Bishop of Ard Macha Armagh, died; he was of the race of Ainmire.
The Age of Christ, 750.
The twelfth year of Domhnall.
Daelgus, Abbot of Cill Scire Kilskeery, died.
Fiangalach, son of Anmchadh, son of Maelcuraich, Abbot of Inis Bo Finne, in Loch Ribh, died.
Sneithcheist, Abbot of Aendruim Nendrum, in Loch Cuan, died.
Fidhmuine Ua Suanaigh, anchorite of Raithin, died.
Cluain Mic Nois was burned on the 21st of March.
Cathal, son of Diarmaid, a wise man, died.
Flaithniadh, son of Tnuthach, lord of Ui Meith, died.
Inreachtach, son of Dluthach, lord of Ui Maine, died.
Flaithnia, son of Flann, son of Congal, chief of Ui Failghe, died.
The battle of Ceann Fheabhrat, in which Badhbhghal, son of Fearghal, was slain.
Fiangalach, son of Anmchadh, died.
The Age of Christ, 751.
The thirteenth year of Domhnall.
Aelgal, anchorite of Imleach Fordeorach, and of Cluain Mic Nois, died.
Baethallach, son of Colman Ua Suibhne, Abbot of Ath Truim Trim, died.
Cormac, son of Faelan Ua Silne, died.
Forannan, Bishop of Meathas Truim, died.
p.355was burned on Patrick's day.
Fearghus, son of Ceallach, King of Connaught, died.
The army of Leinster vvas led by Domhnall, son of Murchadh, against Niall i.e. the Ui Neill, until they arrived in Magh Muirtheimhne.
The shipwreck of the Dealbhna Nuadhat on Loch Ribh, with their lord, Diumasach, of which was said:
- Thrice nine vessels and three,
of the Gamhanraighe of Loch Ribh;
There escaped of them with life
except alone the crew of one vessel.
The battle of Bealach Cro was gained by Crimhthann over the Dealbhna of Ui Maine, in which was slain Finn, son of Arbh, Lord of Dealbhna, at Tibra Finn, and the Dealbhna were slaughtered about him. From this are named Lochan Bealaigh Cro, and Tibra Finn. The Ui Maine were contending with them for the cantred between the Suca the River Suck and the Sinainn the River Shannon, for this was called the cantred of Dealbhna. Of this was said:
- The battle of the speckled hosts of Bealach Cro,
pitiable the journey of the Dealbhna to it.
Crimhthann the warlike brought destruction
on the fierce Dealbhna Nuadhat.
- Finn, son of Arbh, chief king of Dealbhna,
was wounded with large spears,
Of the fierce battle was he chief,
until he fell at Tibra Finn.
The Age of Christ, 752.
The fourteenth year of Domhnall.
Sinchu, Abbot of Lis Mor, died.
Siadhail, Abbot of Linn Duachail, died.
Cill Mor Dithraibh was burned by the Ui Crumthainn.
Cumasgach, lord of Ui Failghe Offaly,
p.357was slain by Maelduin, son of Aedh Beannain, King of Munster.
Donn, son of Cumasgach, lord of the southern Ui Briuin, died.
Bodhbhghal, son of Fearghal, Abbot of Mungairid, died.
Tomaltach, Lord of Cianachta Glinne Geimhin, died.
The Age of Christ, 753.
The fifteenth year of Domhnall.
Muireadhach, son of Cormac Slaine, Abbot of Lughmhagh Louth, died.
Elpin, of Glais Naidhean Glasnevin, died.
Fidhbhadhach of Cill Delge Kildalkey, died.
Martha, daughter of Dubhan, Abbess of Cill Dara Kildare, died.
Gorman, successor of Mochta of Lughmhagh, died at Cluain Mic Nois, on his pilgrimage; he was the father of Torbach, successor of Patrick.
Niallgus, son of Boeth, lord of Deisi Breagh, died.
Cathal Ua Cinaetha, chief of Ui Ceinsealaigh, died.
The battle of Druim Robhaich, which is called the battle of Breachmhagh, was fought between the Ui Fiachrach and Ui Briuin, in which were slain the three Ui Ceallaigh, i.e. the three sons of Fearghus, son of Roghallach, i.e. Catharnach, Cathmugh, and Artbran, their names.
The Age of Christ, 754.
The sixteenth year of Domhnall.
Eochaidh, son of Conall Meann, Abbot of Faebhran, died.
Dubhdroma, Abbot of Tuilen, died.
Feidhlimidh or Failbhe, Abbot of Ia Iona, died, after the eighty seventh year of his age.
Coissetach, Abbot of Lughmhagh Louth, died.
Eochaidh, son of Fiachra, a wise man, died.
Reachtabhrat, son of Dunchu, lord of Mughdhorna Cremorne, died.
The battle of Gabhran was gained by Anmchaidh, over the Leinstermen.
The battle of Eamhain Macha was gained by Fiachna, son of Aedh Roin, over the Ui Neill, wherein were slain Dunghal Ua Conaing and Donnbo.
The Age of Christ, 755.
The seventeenth year of Domhnall.
Condath, Abbot of Lis Mor, died.
Suairleach, Abbot of Beannchair Bangor, died.
Ailgnio, son of Gno, Prior Abbot of Cluain Iraird Clonard, died.
Gaimdibhla, Abbot of Ara Aran, died.
Fulartach, son of Breac, an anchorite, died.
Muireadhach, son of Murchadh, or grandson of Bran, King of Leinster, died.
Conchobhar grandson of Tadhg Teimhin, Lord of Ciannachta Glinne Geimhin, died.
Flann, son of Erc, lord of Ui Fidhgeinte, died.
Eutighern, a bishop, was killed by a priest at the altar of St. Brighit, at Kildare, between the Crocaingel and the altar; from whence it arose that ever since a priest does not celebrate mass in the presence of a bishop at Kildare.
The Age of Christ, 756.
The eighteenth year of Domhnall.
Domhnall, son of Muirchertach, lord of the Ui Neill, died.
Finsneachta, son of Fogartach Ua Cearnaigh, died.
The battle of Bealach Gabhrain was fought between the men of Leinster and Osraighe Ossory, in which the son of Cucerca had the victory, and Donngal, son of Laidhgnen, lord of Ui Ceinsealaigh, and other chieftains along with him, were slain.
The battle of Ath Dumha was fought between the Ulidians and Ui Eathach people of Iveagh, in which Ailill, son of Feidhlimidh, lord of Ui Eathach, was slain.