Kalends of January
. AD 813.
Feidlimid, abbot of Cell Moinne, Patrick's steward of Brega, and a distinguished anchorite and excellent scribe, ended his life happily.
Tuathal son of Du-Dubtae, a distinguished scribe and teacher of Cluain Moccu Nóis, fell asleep.
Eiterscél son of Cellach, bishop of Glenn dá Locha, and Cinaed son of Cellach, bishop and abbot of Trelec Mór, died.
Bishop Mael Dúin, superior of Echdruim, was killed.
Suibne son of Maenach, steward of Sláine, and Gormgal son of Niall son of Fergal, died.
Muirghius and Fairchellach led an army across Uí Maini south of the Soc, and many harmless people were killed.
Fairchellach of Fobar, abbot of Cluain Moccu Nóis, and Orthanach, abbot of Cell Fhoibric, and bishop Rónán grandson of Lóchderc, all fell asleep.
A battle between the Laigin themselves in which the Uí Cheinnselaig were overthrown, and Bran's sons obtained the victory.
Cellach, abbot of Í, when the building of the church of Cenannas was finished, resigned the office of superior, and Diarmait, fosterling of Daigre, was appointed in his place.
Braen son of Ruaidrí, a satrap of Laigin, dies.
Ciarán's law was exalted at Cruachain by Muirgius.
Great distress and severe illnesses.
Niall son of Aed, king of Uí Chormaic, dies unexpectedly.
Blathmac son of Aelgus, abbot of Tír dá Glas, and Blathmac fosterling of Colgu, abbot of Inis Bó Finne, died.