The Age of Christ, 807 recte 812.
The fifteenth year of Aedh Oirdnidhe.
Flann, son of Ceallach, Abbot of Finnghlais, scribe, anchorite, and bishop, died.
Eochaidh, bishop and anchorite, successor of Maelruain of Tamhlacht;
Cobhthach, Abbot of Saighir;
Cathasach, son of Aedh, Prior of Ard Macha, and abbot of many other churches;
and Flaithbheartach, Abbot of Cill Mor Emhir, died.
Abel Berchi died.
Eochaidh, son of Fiachna, son of Aedh Roin, and Caireall, his brother, gave battle to each other, in which Eochaidh was defeated.
Flann, son of Conghalach, lord of Cianachta;
Aedh Roin, lord of Corca Bhais Cinn, died.
A slaughter was made of the foreigners by the men of Umhall.
A slaughter was made of the Conmaicni by the foreigners.
The slaughter of Calraighe Luirg by the Ui Briuin.
A slaughter was made of the Ui Mic Uais by the Corca Roidhe of Meath.
A slaughter was made of the foreigners by Cobhthach, son of Maelduin, lord of Loch Lein.
Cosgrach, son of Niallghus,
p.421lord of Garbhros,
and Cearnach, son of Flaithnia, lord of Mughdhorna Breagh, died.
Torbach, son of Gorman, scribe, lector, and Abbot of Ard Macha, died. He was of the Cinel Torbaigh, i e. the Ui Ceallaigh Breagh; and of these was Conn na mbocht, who was at Cluain Mic Nois, who was called Conn na mbocht from the number of paupers which he always supported.
The Age of Christ, 808 recte 813.
The sixteenth year of Aedh.
Conall, son of Daimhtheach, Abbot of Treoit;
Ceallach, son of Eochaidh, Abbot of Cill Toma;
Fearadhach, son of Scannal, scribe and Abbot of Achadh Bo Cainnigh;
and Conghaltach, son of Etguini, Prior of Cluain Fearta, died.
Dunlaing, son of Flannchaidh, lord of Ui Eathach, died.
A battle between the men of Umhall and the foreigners, in which the men of Umhall were slaughtered, and Cosgrach, son of Flannabhrat, and Dunadhach, lord of Umhall, were slain.
Toictheach Ua Tighearnaigh, of Tir Imchlair, Abbot of Ard Macha, died.
The Age of Christ, 809 recte 814.
The seventeenth year of Aedh.
Edirscel, son of Ceallach, Bishop and Abbot of Gleann Da Locha;
Feidhlimidh, Abbot of Cill Moinne, anchorite and celebrated scribe;
Foircheallach of Fobhar, Abbot of Cluain Mic Nois, one of the Gaileanga Mora;
Orthanach, Abbot of Cill Foibrigh;
Cinaedh, son of Ceallach, Bishop and Airchinneach of Trelecc;
Fearadhach, Abbot of Saighir;
Maelduin, Bishop and Airchinneach of Eachdhruim;
Blathmac, son of Aelghus, Abbot of Tir Da Ghlas;
Ronan Ua Lochdeirc, bishop;
Blathmac, fosterson of Colgan, Abbot of Innis Bo Finne;
and Suibhne, son of Maenach, OEconomus of Slaine, died.
Tuathal, son of
p.423Dubhta, scribe, wise man, and doctor of Cluain Mic Nois,
and Boelgaile of Achadh Ur, died.
Broean, son of Rudhrach, hero of Leinster;
Niall, son of Aedh, lord of Ui Cormaic, died.
Bruadar, lord of Ui Fidhgeinte, died.
The Age of Christ, 810 recte 815.
The eighteenth year Aed Oirdnidhe.
Ceallach, son of Conghal, Abbot of Ia Coluim Chille,
Conchobhar, Abbot of Saighir;
Ceile Isa, Abbot of Cill Moinne;
Maelcanaigh, anchorite of Lughmhadh;
Cathasach, Abbot of Cille Ite;
Gormlaith, daughter of Flaithniath, Abbess of Cluain Bronaigh,
and Muirgheas, son of Tomaltach the father of Tadhg Mor, King of Connaught, King of Connaught, died.
Colman, son of Niall, was slain by the Cinel Conaill.
A battle was afterwards fought by Aedh against the Cinel Conaill, in which Rogheallach, son of Flaithgheas, was slain.
The plundering of Cluain Creamha: and the slaying within it of some of the men of Breifne, and of the Sil Cathail.
Conall, son of Niall, lord of South Breagh, died.
Focharta, son of Cearnach, half chieftain of South Breagh, died.
Nuadha, Abbot of Ard Macha, went to Connaught.
A hosting was made by Aedh Oirdnidhe against the Cinel Conaill, by which Roghallach, son of Flaithghius, was slain.
The Age of Christ, 811 recte 816.
The nineteenth year of Aedh.
Suibhne, son of Cuanach, Abbot of Cluain Mic Nois, one of the Ui Briuin Seola;
and Joseph, scribe of Ros Commain, died.
Ceallach, son of Muirghius, Abbot of Druim Caradh, died.
Cluain Mic Nois was burned.
In thirty days afterwards a victory was gained by Diarmaid, son of Tomaltach, over the Ui Fiachrach Muirisce.
Foibhren, in the territory of Graicrighe was burned and plundered, and numbers were slain there.
Tuathal, son of Domhnall, lord of Airthear Liffe;
Dunghal, son of Cuana, lord of Feara Rois;
Irghalach, son of Maelumha, lord of Corca Soghain;
Nuadha of Loch Uamha, bishop, anchorite, and abbot of Ard Macha, died.
The Age of Christ, 812 recte 817.
The twentieth year of Aedh.
Tibraide, son of Cethernach, Abbot of Cluain Fearta Brenainn;
Maeltuile, Abbot of Beannchair;
Connmhach, son of Donat, Abbot of Corcach;
Cumasgach, son of Cearnach, OEconomus of Ard Macha, died.
The oratory of Fobhar was
Cathal, son of Artrach, lord of Mughdhorna;
Maelduin, lord of Feara Rois;
Gormghal, lord of Magh Itha;
Dunghal, lord of Ard Cianachta;
and Cathal, son of Ailell, lord of Ui Fiachrach, died.
A battle between the men of South Breagh and the Cianachta, in which many of the Cianachta were slain.
The Age of Christ, 813.
The twenty first year of Aedh.
Maelduin, son of Ceannfaeladh, Bishop of Rath Both;
Cucruithne, successor of Colman Ela;
and Siadhail, Abbot and Bishop of Ros Commain, died.
Ainbhcheallach, son of Daelghus, lord of Ui Fothaidh Tire, died.
Muireadhach, son of Bran, half king of Leinster, died.
The Age of Christ, 814.
The twenty second year of Aedh Oirdnidhe.
Innreachtach, Bishop of Cill Mic Duach;
Fearghus of Rath Luirigh, Abbot of Finnghlais;
Cilleni, Abbot of Fearna;
Duibhinsi, scribe of Cluain Mic Nois;
Cumasgach, son of Cearnach, OEconomus of Ard Macha;
and Ailbhe of Ceann Mhara, died.
Cuchoingealta, son of Cathal, lord of South Leinster, died.
The Age of Christ, 815.
The twenty third year of Aedh.
Reachtabhra Ua hAndola, Abbot of Daimhinis, died.
Aedh Oirdnidhe went a second time with a very great army to Dun Cuar, and divided Leinster between the two grandsons of Bran.
There were unusual ice and great snow in this year, from Christmas to Shrovetide.
The Age of Christ, 816.
The twenty fourth year of Aedh.
Airbheartach of Cill Dara;
and Dima, son of Fianghus, Abbot of Ros Cre, died.
Mac Lachtna, lord of Ciarraighe Luachra, died.
The battle of Rath Fhearadh by the chieftains
p.429of Ui Briuin, Diarmaid, son of Tomaltach, and Maelcothaigh, son of Fogartach, against the lord of Ui Maine, Cathal, son of Murchadh, in Dealbhna Nuadhat, between the Suca and the Sinnainn, where Cathal and many other nobles along with him were slain.
A battle between the Ulidians themselves, in which Caireall, son of Fiachna, King of Ulidia, was slain by Muireadhach, son of Eochaidh.
Diarmaid, Abbot of Ia Coluim Cille, went to Alba Scotland.