Kalends of Jan. on 5th feria, 13th of the moon, A.D. 1439.
Mag Uidhir was taken prisoner this year (namely, about the feast of St. Patrick) by Domnall Mag Uidhir the Freckled, in the castle of Mag Uidhir himself and Philip was liberated the same day by Domnall. Afterwards, when Henry Ua Neill heard that Mag Uidhir was in custody, he mustered many forces and went to Port-abla-Faelain against Philip and Domnall, with whom Mag Uidhir was in custody. Mag Uidhir was liberated that day and hostages were given for him, namely, his own son, Edmond Mag Uidhir and the daughter of Mag Eochagain, that is, the wife of Mag Uidhir and many other hostages. And the castle of Inis-Ceithlenn (namely, Inis-Sgeillen) was given to Domnall Mag Uidhir the Freckled and so on.
Ua Domnaill (namely, Niall) died in his captivity with the Foreigners and in Wales he expired, and Nechtain Ua Domnaill was made king over Tir-Conaill and so on.
Mor, daughter or Aedh Mag Samradhain, namely, wife of Mac Briain Mic Maghnusa, died on the 4th of the Nones 2nd of February.
John the Crooked, son of Master John Mag Uidhir, namely, the grandson of The Great Archdeacon Mag Uidhir, parson or Culmaine, died on the 8th (otherwise, the 5th) of the Ides 6th, or 9th of January.
Gilla-in-Coimdegh Ua hEogain died.
Henry the Red, son of Brian Mac Gilla-Finnein (namely, chief of Muinter-Peodachain was Brian), died on the 7th of the Kalends of April March 26.
Brian Ua Maelagain died.
Sadhb, daughter of Ua Corcrain, died.
Tadhg Blind-eye, son of Aedh, son of Philip Mag Uidhir of the battle-axe, died.
Meyler, son of Mac Feorais, died this year of the plague: to wit, a fosterer or hospitality and of learned folk and so forth.
Feradhach, son of Donn, son of Cu-Connacht Mag Uidhir, was slain this year by the Oirghialla.