1445 First of January on Friday; MCCCCXLV. Twentyfourth day of the moon; eighth year of the Indiction; second of the Decemnovennial Cycle.
Uilliam O Fergail, chieftain of Annaly, died.
Domnall Buide son of Domnall son of Seaan O Fergail set himself up as chieftain and the posterity of Murchad set up Rosa son of Muirchertach Midech son of Brian O Fergail in opposition to him. Much damage was done between them and the chieftainship was ultimately left in the possession of Domnall.
Tomaltach Oc Mac Donnchada died.
Cu Choiccrich Sinnach died.
This was a year of Indulgence and many of the nobles of Ireland went to [the shrine of] St. James [in Spain.] Among these were Mairgreg daughter of O Cerbaill and Mag Eochacain. They returned safely.
Fergal son of O Dalaig of Meath was wounded on the track of his own father's prey and died of the wound.
Thomas Dillon died.
Remission of all sins by Conchobar, the Bishop O Cuinlis.
Gilla na Naem O hAinlige was blinded by God.
Domnall son of Diarmait Caech O Fergail was killed by his own people in a brawl.