1362 First of January on Saturday and the twenty-seventh day of the moon, A.D. MCCCLXII. Fourteenth year of the Lunar Cycle; fifteenth of the Indiction; tenth year of the Solar Cycle; Embolismal year. B.
Eogan Finn O Conchobair, son of the king of Connacht, died this year.
Niall Mag Samradain, chieftain of Tullyhaw, rested.
Maelruanaid O Dubda and his wife, the daughter of Mac Donnchada, died.
Cathal Oc and the son of Feidlim O Conchobair took Ballintober.
Cathal Oc O Conchobair and Feidlim O Conchobair's son, the king of Connacht, made a great hosting into Meath, burning as far as Athais Mide. They burned fourteen churches and Cell Cainnig, and it would be hard to count up or to estimate the amount of damage done to Meath that time. They returned home in safety.
Cormac Ballach O Mailsechlainn, king of Meath, died.
The Clann Cuilein killed Tadc son of Conchobar son of Toirrdelbach O Briain.
Cathal Oc O Conchobair, who of all the kings sons of his time was the greatest in good name and courage, fame and reputation, strength and valour, died of the plague in Sligo the third day after Samain.
Diarmait son of Sean O Fergail, chieftain of Annaly, died.
Domnall son of Ruaidri O Cellaig died.
Cairpre O Cuind, chieftain of the Muinter Gillgain, died.
Tomaltach O Birn died.
Muirchertach Donn Mag Oirechtaig rested.
Aengus Mac ind Oclaich, Archdeacon of Killery, rested in Christ.
Morchad the Monk Mac Taidc rested.
Eogan O Maille and Diarmait his son died.
Cu Choigcriche son of Diarmait Mag Eochacain and Muiris son of Muirchertach Mag Eochacain died.