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Annal 1327


1327 First of January on Thursday and the thirtieth day of the moon, A.D. MCCCXXVII. Seventeenth year of the Lunar Cycle; tenth year of the Indiction; third year of the Solar Cycle. Embolismal year. D.


Great war between the King of England and his own wife,


the daughter of the King of France, whereby the King of England was deposed and his son made king by her in opposition to him; and the royal crown was given to the son by the advice of all the English.


Gormlaith daughter of Mac Diarmata, wife for a time of Magnus son of Domnall O Conchobair, tanist of Connacht, and after his death queen of Ui Maine as the wife of Conchobar O Cellaig, and [lastly] queen of Leyney as the wife of Fergal O hEgra, the best woman of her race for good report and bounteous bestowing of gifts, died after a triumph of repentance.


Edward, King of England, after his kingdom had been taken from him entered into rest.


A great and widespread visitation of the smallpox throughout Ireland this year, which carried off both lowly and great.


Maelsechlainn Riabach son of Domnall son of Tadc O Conchobair died of this disease.


Fergal son of Ualgarc O Ruairc died.


Cuilen O Dimusaig died.


Sadb daughter of Mac Aedacain died.