The first of January [- - - -]. A great foray, called Creach an Tóiteáin [The Foray of the Burning], was made by Aodh Bréifneach [Ó Conchobhair] on Maol Ruanaidh Mac Diarmada in Clochar Ó Muirghile, and Donnchadh son of Donnchadh Mac Diarmada was captured, and his wife, the daughter of Ó Flannagáin, was killed there. Many women and children were burned there.
William de Burgo and the Connachtmen pitched camp at Ceall Fhada. Aodh Bréifneach made a camp at Ceall Srianáin opposite him, and his own defensive kern, i.e. Seónag Mac Uighilín, killed him treacherously, i.e. for rewards.
Feidhlimidh son of Aodh [Ó Conchobhair] was made king of Connacht.
Cormac Ó Flannagáin, chieftain of Tuath Ratha, was killed by Muinntear Pheódhacháin.
The castle of Sligo was built by the [Red] Earl.
Twenty tuns of wine were washed ashore in Magh Cétne at this time.
Mac Craith Mac Uidhir, ríoghdhamhna of Fir Mhanach, and Donn Mac Giolla Mhíchil, chieftain of Clann Chonghaile, were destroyed and burned by Roalb Mac Mathghamhna.
Fearghal Mac Dorchaidh died.
Úna daughter of Aodh son of Feidhlimidh [Ó Conchobhair] died.
A hosting by Seafraidh Ó Fearghail to Dún Uabhair where Domnall son of Aodh Óg Ó Fearghail, Aodh son of Maol Íosa [Ó Fearghail], and Gofraidh son of Muircheartach [Ó Fearghail] were killed.
Great forays were made by William de Burgo, Maol Ruanaidh Mac Diarmada, and Clann Domhnaill in Cairbre on Clann Mhuircheartaigh. Monastic cells and churches were violated by them.
The first of January [- - - -]. A great foray was made by Clann Mhuircheartaigh in Connacht, and there were killed there Giolla Críost son of Muirgheas son of Donnchadh Mac Diarmada, Aodh son of Cormac [Mac Diarmada], Uilliam Mac Giolla Arraith, Donnchadh son of Tomaltach [Mac Diarmada], and other nobles.
Two sons of William Liath de Burgo were killed by the Leinster princes.
Tadhg Ó hAinlighe, chieftain of Cinéal Dobhtha, was killed by Jordan de Exeter.
Domhnall son of Amhlaoibh son of Art Ó Ruairc, king of Bréifne, died.
Domhnall Ó Birn, chieftain of Tír Bhriúin, died.
A great hosting by William de Burgo into Munster against de Clare, and they gave battle to each other, and de Clare was defeated there. William de Burgo was captured at the rear of his people, as he followed up the rout, and although William was captured, it was he who inflicted the defeat.
A great war in Thomond this year, and Donnchadh Mac Con Mara and his people, i.e. Tríocha Céad Ó gCaisín, gave battle to Ó Briain and all the men of Munster. Donnchadh Mac Con Mara, all the nobles of his people, and Domhnall Ó Grada, chieftain of Cinéal Dúnghaile, were killed there, and there was immense slaughter on both sides.
Donnchadh Ó Briain, king of Thomond, a man well-qualified to be king of Ireland, was treacherously killed by Murchadh son of Mathghamhain Ó Briain.
Lochlainn Riabhach Ó Deadhaidh was killed by Mathghamhain son of Domhnall Connachtach Ó Briain.
Seónag Mac Uighilín killed An Gruelach in Baile Tobair Bhrighde, and he himself was killed there, and it was with the short axe with which he killed Aodh Bréifneach Ó Conchobhair that he himself was killed.
Feidhlimidh Ó Conchobhair, king of Connacht, made a raid on Clann Mhuircheartaigh on the border of Magh Cétne, and Maol Sheachlainn son of Conchobhar Ruadh [Ó Conchobhair], who was known as Ceann an Mheithil, and others were killed there.
Diarmaid Ó Briain, i.e. Cléireach, died. Muircheartach Ó Briain was made king in his stead.
Giolla Íosa Ó Dálaigh, an ollamh in poetry, died.
Giolla Críost Mac Donnchadha died.
The first of January [- - - -]. William Bermingham, archbishop of Tuam, rested in Christ.
Benedict Ó Bragáin, bishop of Luighne, rested in Christ.
Malaici Mac Aodha, bishop of Elphin, was elected to the archbishopric of Tuam.
The first of January [- - - -]. Diarmaid Cléireach Ó Briain, king of Thomond, rested in Christ.
Pope Clement died.
Giolla Íosa Mac Dorchaidh, chieftain of Cinéal Luacháin, [was killed].
The king of France died.
Tadhg son of Aindrias [Ó Conchobhair] died.
Cathal son of Murchadh Carrach Ó Fearghail died.
Tighearnán son of Niall Ó Ruairc was killed.
The first of January [- - - -]. Niall Ó Domhnaill was killed.
Muinntear Raighilligh were defeated at Druim Leathan by Ruaidhrí son of Cathal Ó Conchobhair.
Niall son of Brian Ó Néill died.