Kalends of Jan. on 4th feria, 13th of the moon, A.D. 1382.
Lawrence Tuit was killed by the sons of Ua Ferghail.
Ferghal, son of Donnchadh Mag Eochagain, chief of the Cenel-Fiachaigh-mic-Neill, was killed by the Fir-Ceall.
The chiefs of Connacht were made prisoners by the king of Connacht, namely, by Ruaidhri Ua Conchobuir, in his own assembly: to wit, Ua hAinlidhe and Ua Birn and Mac Ceithernaigh and Imur Ua hAinlidhe; that is, he received information concerning them, that they were making a party and alliance against him with the sons of Aedh son of Feidhlimdh Ua Concobuir.
Mac Ualann was killed by the Muinnter-Raighillaigh and so on.
Diarmait Ua Domnaill, namely, heir of the king of Tir-Conaill, died.
Rughraidhe, son of John son, of Brian Ua Ferghail, died.
Muircertach, son of Mathgamain Ua Briain, namely, son of the king of Thomond, died in prison and Domnall, his brother, died also.
Toirdelbach, son of Diarmait Ua Briain, died.
Brian, son of Diarmait Ua Briain, of the family of Brian the Red,
Aine, daughter of Echmarcach, son of Maghnus, namely, chief entertainer and tribe-head of her own ilk, wife of the great Master Ua Eogain, namely, Matthew, son of Concobur Ua Eogain (that is, the Archdeacon) and that Matthew was fourteen years continuously in Oxford delivering lecturesdied this year on the 2nd of the Nones 4th of September.
Bean-Midhe, daughter of Mac Maghnusa, namely, the nun, died on the Nones 7th of March.