Kalends of Jan. on 6th feria, 16th of moon, A.D. 1518.
The dean Mag Uidhir died this year: to wit, son of bishop Mag Uidhir, namely, son of Rosa, son of Thomas Mag Uidhir junior; that is, one who was canon choral in
p.531Clochar and parson in Achadh-lurchaire and parson in Claen-inis and dean over Loch-Erne and was an excellent, virtuous person and was an eminent cleric, along with being truly hospitable and well informed in every science that was heard of to the time of his decease.
Mac Suibne of Fanad, namely, Ruaidhri, son of Mael Muire Mac Suibne, died this year.
Domnall, son of John, son of Philip Mag-Uidhir, was hung by the Coarb Mag Uidhir this year.
Ua hEoghusa, namely, Cithruadh, son of Aitheirne Ua hEoghusa, an eminent poet and good teacher and a man that kept a guest-house, died this year.
Feidhlimidh, son of Brian, son of Concabur Mag Uidhir junior, died this year, after his return from the city of St. James, after his pilgrimage the year of the Indulgences and was buried in the monastery of Muinechan. The person that was noblest and was most humane of his sept was that Feidhlimidh.
Inroad was made by Philip, son of Edmond Mag Uidhir, into Tir-Cennfada on Henry O'Neill the Stammerer and the island of Clabach was taken by him and the hostages whom Henry had, namely, his uncle Aodh the Stammerer, son of Conn O'Neill, and the son of Aodh Mac Gaffraighwho the latter was there from Philip himselfwere carried off by him with him. And Cathal, son of Donn, son of Edmond Mag Uidhir, was slain by Philip on that occasion.
The said son of O'Neill, namely, Aodh the Stammerer, son of Conn O'Neill, died at end of Harvest of this year.