1255 First of January on Friday and the eighteenth day of the moon. Fifteenth year of the Solar Cycle; second year of the Decemnovennial Cycle; thirteenth year of the Indiction. Common year. C.
Pope Innocent rested in Christ.
Tomas Mac Diarmata, Archdeacon of Elphin, rested.
Aed son of Fedlim O Conchobair went into Tir Eogain and made peace between his own father and Northern Ireland. He brought back out of the North all the Connachtmen who were living there, being at enmity with his father, leading them with their trains through the midst of his deadly enemies, the descendants of Ruaidri O Conchobair and the Galls, who dared do no more than watch the host and its trains as they passed by.
Mac Cerbaill succeeded to the archbishopric of Cashel.
Envoys went from Fedlim O Conchobair to the King of England.
Mathgamain O Mannachain was killed at Bumlin.
The Archbishop of Tuaim, Florens Mag Flainn, crossed over to interview the King of England.
Muiris Mac Gerailt went across to the King of England.
Diarmait O Cuind and Amlaib his son were craftily killed at Feradan Moige Trega by Gilla na Naem O Fergail, who plundered their possessions afterwards.
The Archbishop of Tuaim returned to Ireland afterwards, having obtained all his petitions to the King.
Fedlim's envoys returned likewise from the King of England.
The Archdeacon of Annadown, O Laidhig, rested in Christ.
The Galls made a great raid on O Flainn.
A great meeting between O Conchobair and Macwilliam Burke at Tochar Mona Conneda, where they made peace and where everything for which Fedlim was contending was conceded.
Juliana daughter of the coarb of St. Caillin and Gilla na Naem his son died.
Brian O Neill and Northern Ireland thrice attacked Cathal O Raigillig and Cu Chonnacht [his brother], but returned without subduing them or getting hostages from them.
Ragnailt daughter of O Fergail died in a bath-tub.