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Annála Connacht (Author: [unknown])

Annal 1373


1373 First of January on Saturday and the twenty-eighth day of the moon, MCCCLXXIII. Sixth year of the Lunar Cycle; eleventh year of the Indiction; twenty-first year of the Solar Cycle. Embolismal year. B.


The Meath Galls made an attack on Annaly and killed Ruaidri son of Cathal O Fergail and his son, together with many


of their followers. Donnchad O Fergail pursued the Galls and killed many of them and was himself killed by an arrow-shot.


William Dalton and the Sheriff of Meath were killed by the Cenel Fiachach and O Maelsechlainn.


Adam O Cianain, a master of History, died as a canon in Lisgoole.


The Parson's son Mac Feorais was killed by Toirrdelbach Ruad O Conchobair with one sword-stroke in Conmaicne Duna Moir, they having fallen on him treacherously as he was coming out of Conmaicne Cuile; and he [i.e. Mac Feorais] escaped with non-fatal wounds by the prowess of his strong hand. They [i.e. the Berminghams] killed Andrias Mac Cinaith, whom Toirrdelbach Ruad had delivered to them as security for the payment of whatever reparation they should demand.


Barrdub daughter of O Ruairc, wife of Domnall Mag Tigernain, rested.


A very great wind this year, which wrecked many churches.