1384 [Ruaidri son of Toirrdelbach O Conchobair died of the plague] on the night of the festival of Catherine the Virgin in the winter, having spent sixteen years and a quarter as full-king of Connacht, as the poet Mailin O Mailchonaire testifies in his poem on the Succession of the Kings: Ruaidriroyal the line had sixteen years and a quarter in peacefu1 Cruachu Ali. The hard-fighting son of Toirrdelbach was he.
Two kings were then made in his stead. Toirrdelbach Ruad son of Aed son of Feidlim was installed by Mac Diarmata, the Clan Murtagh and the rest of the Connacht chieftains, that is, the Sil Murray; and Toirrdelbach Oc son of Aed son of Toirrdelbach was installed by O Cellaig, Clanrickard, Domnall son of Muirchertach O Conchobair and the Clann Donnchada. General war sprang up throughout all Connacht after this and they did much damage and committed slaughterings and plunderings afterwards.
Pilip O Raigillig rested.
Mailir Burke was killed by a fall.
Eogan O Maille and Cormac O Maille and many others were killed by the Muinter Flaithbertaig.
David Burke rested.
Maelmorda O Duibginnain rested.
Pol Mag Teithechain, coarb of Cloone, rested in Christ.
Uilliam son of Sir Raymond Burke rested.
Sefraid O Fergail rested.
Mag Ragnaill Dub, Diarmait son of Maelsechlainn, great leader of all men eminent for bounty and valour, was treacherously killed in front of Risded Mag Ragnaill's house by the sons of Ragnall Mag Ragnaill.
Muirchertach O Conchobair, king of Offaly, died in old age.
Tomaltach Mag Dorchaid, chieftain of the Cenel Luachain, was killed with his own dagger while shoeing a horse.
Cu Chonnacht O Fergail, lord of Mag Trega, rested.
Donnchad O Dubda rested.
Aed O Cellaig and Feradach O Cellaig died of the plague within one week.
Ualgarg O Ruairc, eligible for the kingship of Brefne, was drowned in Loch Gowna.
Domnall son of Flaithbertach O Ruairc rested.
Ricart son of Maidiuc son of Toimin Barrett, the renowned universal protector of the scholars of Ireland, died after a victory of repentance.
Uigestin O Duibginnain, ollav-historian of the Conmaicne, rested.
John Burke died of the plague this year.