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Annála Connacht (Author: [unknown])

Annal 1329


1329 First of January on Sunday and the twenty-second day of the moon, MCCCXXIX. Nineteenth year of the Lunar Cycle; twelfth year of the Indiction; fifth year of the Solar Cycle. Embolismal year. A. Last year of the Hendecad.


Tadc son of Toirrdelbach O Conchobair was treacherously killed by Diarmait O Gadra.


Cathal son of Domnall O Ruairc, well qualified to be king of Brefne, was treacherously killed, with some of his people, by the sons of Seaan O Fergail and the Meath Galls.


Muirchertach son of Domnall O Conchobair, lord of Carbury and well qualified for the kingship of Connacht, died.


Cathal son of Aed son of Eogan O Conchobair was forcibly expelled from the Faes and from Tir Maine by the Clann Cellaig and the Ui Maine, acting under the orders of Walter Burke.


Great war between Toirrdelbach O Conchobair, king of Connacht, and the Clann Mailruanaid, much damage being done between them.


Tomaltach Mac Diarmata raided Diarmait O Flannacain, chieftain of the Clann Chathail.


Aine, daughter of Fergal O Raigillig and wife of Tomaltach Mac Diarmata, died the third day before Great Christmas.


Dabag Donn son of William Burke, a very prosperous knight, died.