1319 First of January on Monday and the second day of the moon, A.D. MCCCXIX. Ninth year of the Lunar Cycle; second year of the Indiction; twenty-third year of the Solar Cycle. Common year. G.
The Bishop of Raphoe, Henry Mac an Crosan, rested in Christ. Thomas son of Cormac O Domnaill, Abbot of Assaroe, was elected to the bishopric of Raphoe.
The Bishop of Derry, O Banain, Bishop of Clogher, and the Bishop of Clonfert rested in Christ.
Aine, daughter of Mac Diarmata and wife of Mac Consnama, died.
Echmarcach Mac Branain, chieftain of the Corca Achlann, killed Tomaltach O Mailbrenainn and Echmarcach himself died of his wounds on the third day after.
Domnall O Neill, king of Tir Eogain, was expelled from his kingdom and lordship by the strength of the Galls and the Clannaboy, and the Fir Manach treacherously made great raids on him. Afterwards he recovered his kingdom.
Brian son of Domnall O Neill was killed by the Clannaboy.