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Annala Uladh: Annals of Ulster otherwise Annala Senait, Annals of Senat (Author: [unknown])

Year U1230


Kalends of Jan. upon Tuesday, 13th of the moon, A.D. 1230.


Gilla-Isu Ua Cleirigh, bishop of Luigni Achonry, rested in Christ.


Gilla-Carrthaigh Ua Elgiusain, canon and anchorite, rested in Christ.


Donnsleibe Ua Inmhainen, a holy monk and master-wright, rested in Christ.


Mael-Muire Ua Mail-Eoin, abbot of Cluain-mac-Nois, rested in Christ.


Mael-Sechlainn Mac Fhireidhinn, eminent priest and master of literature, rested in Christ, a novice in the Monastery of the Buill.


Gilla-in-Coimdedh Ua Duillennain, successor of St. Feichin and abbot of the Monastery of Canons of Es-dara, rested in Christ.


A hosting by William de Burgh into Connacht, so that much of Connacht was destroyed by him.


Donn Mag Oirechtaigh Junior was killed by them and Echtighern Ua Mincachain, son of the Brehon, was killed by them.


Art, son of Art Ua Ruairc, was killed by Ragnall Ua Finn in treachery. Mac Craith Mac Sherraigh, bishop of Conmaicni


Ardagh, the person of most piety and generosity that was in the Half of Conn, rested in Christ.


Aedh Ua Neill, king of the North (of Ireland) and king of all the Half of Conn and worthy future arch-king of all Ireland and the person of the Gaidhil that most killed and pillaged the Foreigners and destroyed castles, died. And the person that it was least thought would find death otherwise than by the Foreigners rested in Christ.


Florence Ua Cerballain, bishop of Tir-Eogain Derry, eminent senior select, rested in Christ, in the 46th year of his pontificate, the 86th of his age.


(Joseph Mag Theichidhan, bishop of Conmaicni Ardagh, rested.


And the body of Saint Francis was removed on the 8th of the Kalends of June May 25 by the Superior of the Friars to the church that was built in his own honour.)