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

Year U1334


Kalends of Jan. on 4th feria, 26th of the moon, A.D. 1334-7.


Peace was made by William the son of the Earl de Burgh with Brian O'Briain the Fair.


Peace was made by Aedh Ua Neill the Stout (that is, Aedh the


Fat) with the Oirghialla and with the Fir-Manach.


A fortress was made by Toirdhelbach Ua Concobuir at Ath-liacc against Edmond de Burgh.


John O'Fallamain, chief of Clann-hUadach, died.


Tadhg Mag Flannchaidh, chief of Dartraighi, was killed, together with a multitude besides, by Cormac, son of Ruaidhri, son of Domnall Ua Conchobair in revenge of John, son of Domnall Ua Conchobair. And great forays were made on Dartraighi and the son of Maurice Mag Flannchaidh was killed the same day.


Tadhg and Mael-Shechlainn, two sons of Imhar Mag Raghnaill were taken prisoners by Cathal Mag Raghnaill. William, son of Mathgamain Mag Raghnaill and the other part of the children of Imar, namely, Concobur and Tomaltach, royal heirs of Muinter-Eoluis, assembled to pursue them and Cathal Mag Raghnaill and Maghnus, son of Fergall Mag Raghnaill, were killed by them. Tadhg Mag Raghnaill was in consequence made a chieftain of.


Domnall O'Maille the Red and Cormac O'Maille, his son, were killed by the Clann-Mebric and by other Foreigners along with them, the night of the feast of Stephen Dec. 26 this year.


Thomas, son of Carmac Ua Domnaill, bishops of Tir-Conaill Raphoe, eminent in wisdom and in general benevolence in food and in cattle to the learned and the poets of the world, rested in Christ.