1404 First of January on Tuesday and the ninth day of the moon, MCCCCIV. Eighteenth year of the Lunar Cycle; twelfth of the Indiction; twenty-fourth of the Solar Cycle. Common year. FE.
Tomas Barrett, Bishop of Elphin, a most eminent man, rested in Christ in the spring of this year and was buried at Errew on Loch Con.
The death of Maelsechlainn Mag Oirechtaig, chieftain of the Muinter Raduib, on the middle Sunday of Lent. He was buried at Roscommon.
Conchobar Oc son of Aed Mac Diarmata, king of Moylurg and a bear for bravery, died between Michaelmas and Samain. Tadc son of Aed Mac Diarmata was then made king, about Samain.
Cormac Mac Diarmata was killed in a skirmish in Clanrickard by the cavalry of Clanrickard and of all Thomond at the end of a month of this same autumn. And this was the drop before a shower for Moylurg: Cormac before Conchobar.
O Conchobair Failgi's daughter, the wife of Gilla Patraic O Morda, rested.
Cathal Mac Donnchada died in his own stronghold at Portinch, after a victory of repentance, and was buried at Kilmacallan.
Domnall son of Enri O Neill assumed the kingship of the Province.
The sons of Oengus son of Domnall Oc Mac Domnaill was killed by Donnchad O Cellaig.
Many diseases in Ireland this year, and especially the lectual sickness.
Morchad Oc son of Conchobar Mac Sithig died.
Tomas O Cennetig, half-king of Ormond, was killed by Domnall son of Pilip O Cennetig.
The rout of Blackford, inflicted by Gilla Patraic O Morda, king of Laigis, on the Galls. Many were slain here and quantities of horses, arms and armour were captured from them.
Donnahad son of O Cennetig Donn died this year while held in captivity by his own brothers.
The Earl of Ormond, head of the valour of Ireland, rested.
Mac Cathmail, chieftain of Kinelfarry, was killed.
Donnchad Baccach O Mailchonaire, ollav of the Sil Murray in History, died.
Gilla Duibin Mac Cruitin, ollav of Thomond in History, died.
Feidlim O Tuathail, king of the Ui Muiredaig, died.
Cerball O Dalaig, ollav in Poetry of Corcumroe, died.
Fingen son of Eogan Mac Carthaig died.
Mac Raith O Suillebain died.
Domnall son of Donnchad O Dalaig, called the Bag of Poetry, died.
Flann Oc son of Seoan O Domnallain, ollav in Poetry of Sil Muiredaig, died.
Cormac son of Aed son of Feidlimid son of Gilla Isa Ruad O Raigillig [died].
War broke out between Mag Carthaig and O Suillebain Buide and the sons of Diarmait Mag Carthaig. Toirrdelbach the Stout Mac Mathgamna was Mag Carthaig's sea-captain at that time, and he came up with O Suillebain at sea, and with the sons of Diarmait as well; O Suillebain was drowned and he captured Donnchad son of Diarmait and Domnall son of Eogan [Mac Carthaig].
Andrew Barrett was killed by the Ui Murchada.
Eogan son of Murchad son of Cathair O Conchobair Failgech was killed by the Earl of Kildare.
Nuala daughter of Domnall son of Muirchertach O Conchobair, wife of Fergal son of Cormac Mac Donnchada, rested.
Uilliam O Deoradain, law-ollav to the house of Caemanach, died.
Fergal son of Teboid O Maelmuaid died.
Dond Cathaig son of Muiredach Mag Senlaich, a rich and prosperous yeoman and a high officer of Ruaidri O Conchobair, king of Connacht, who enjoyed every good fortune till his death and at last received remission of his sins in the Pope's court, died on the Monday after the feast of Michael.