862 Finán of Cluain Cáin, bishop and anchorite, rested.
862 Finnchellach, abbot of Ferna Mór, died.
859 Ségonán son of Conaing, king of Carrrac Brachaide, died.
860 Flannacán son of Colmán died.
860 The slaying of Áed son of Dub dá Bairenn, king of Uí Fidgenti.
861 Cenn Fáelad into the kingship of Munster.
862 Domnall son of Alpín, king of the Picts, died.
862 Kl. Cerball son of Dúnlang and Cennétig son of Gáethíne (i.e. the son of Cerball's sister) defeated Rodolb's fleet, which had come from Norway shortly before that; and Conall Ultach was killed there, and Luirgnén, and many others.
863 A raid on Brega by the Norwegians, and they went into many caves, and that had not been done often before.
863 Slaughter of the foreigners by Cerball son of Dúnlang at Fertae Cairech, and he took their spoils.
863 Muirecán son of Diarmait, king of Nás and Laigin, was slain by the heathens, with a great many of the noblemen of Leinster.
851 Kl. Áed son of Cummascach, king of Uí Nialláin, died.
863 Muiredach son of Máel Dúin, king of in t-Airthir, was killed by Domnall son of Áed son of Niall.
864 Cerball son of Dúnlang raided Leinster. In revenge for that, the Laigin gathered the Norwegians and themselves and raided Osraige not long afterwards. Those of the Osraige who fled into Munster were a great pity; they were all killed and slaughtered. What most embittered Cerball's mind waas that the people whom he had trusted (that is, the Eóganachta) had slaughtered and killed them. (He used to think little of the doings of enemies, for he was not surprised that they did what they did, because they were entitled to it). He then mustered a force of Irish and Norwegians, and devastated the neighbouring territories; he laid waste Mag Feimin and Fir Maige, and took the hostages of many tribes.
865 In this year, that is, the third year of the reign of Áed Findliath, the Saxons came into British Gwyned, and the Saxons drove the Britons out of the country.
864 The blinding of Lorccán son of Cathal, king of Mide, by Áed son of Niall.
864 Conchobor son of Dúnchad, one of the two kings of Mide, was drowned by Amlaib at Cluain Iraird.
864 A raid on the Déissi by Cerball son of Dúnlang, and the total devastation of Uí Óengusa.
The abbacy of Tír-dá-Glas was taken by Máel Pettair in this year.
The capture of Diarmait by the heathens.