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6 Battle(s) / Event(s)

Name of Battle / Encounter Cause Result Classification
district of Carbury [Sligo] including churches of DrumcliffAodh O Domhnaill initiated ravaging of Carbury on the advice of his wife, Derbforgaill,the daughter of Magnus O Conchobhair ravaging of Carbury; plundering of clergy of Drumcliff Border raid
Moylurg, 1367The Clann Murtagh migrated into Mag Nisi and made an expedition an expedition into Moylurg The Clann Murtagh burnt the stronghold of Aodh mac Diarmata resulting in battle between the Clann Murtagh on one side and Aodh mac Diarmata and Fergal mac Diarmata, king of Moylurg on the other. Expedition
outside the house of Ruadhri O ConchobhairTadc son of Ruaidri son of Cathal Ruad O Conchobair, who was called Bratach Righin, was taken prisoner by Tomas Mag Samradain and many of his followers were killed. Mag Samradain went to O Conchobair's house the same year, and as he was coming away the Clan Murtagh and the Muinter Eolais, and 'the muster of Breifni, both Foreigner and Galloglass', assembled to intercept him. (AU, 1335 [1338], p. 461) Tomas Mag Samradain was taken prisoner and many of his people were killed Political Conflict
political conflictinter-provincial battle Pilip O Raighilligh, the heir of the Clann Suibne and Mac Burrce, captain of the galloglasses of the country and 140 of their followers were slain. Political Conflict
political conflictbattle between Aodh O Ruairc, king of Breifne, on one side and Cathal son of Aodh Breifnach and the rest of the Clann Murtagh on the other Aodh O Ruairc, king of Brefne, was killed by Aodh Breifnach O Conchobhair and the galloglasses of the Clann Suibhne were slaughtered with him (AC, p. 307, par. 4) Political Conflict
Territory of Muinter Eolaisprevious political raid by O Ruairc into the Muinter Eolais O Ruairc's galloglasses were discovered / left behind / despoiled (AC, p.300, note 1) in Muinter Eolais and were killed and captured by the Clann Murtagh Aftermath of raid


5 Individual(s) / Person(s)

Name of Individual Family's Place of Origin Sobriquet / Epithet / Diminitive DOB / DOD / Floruit
Galloglasses of Aodh O Ruairc, king of Brefne DOD: 1347
galloglasses of the Clann Murtagh
Galloglasses of the Clann Suibhne - galloclaech Clainni SubneCastlesween, Knapdale, Kintyre, Scotland DOD: 1352
heir of Clann Suibhne oigri Chlainni SubneCastlesween, Knapdale, Kintyre, Scotland DOD: 1305
Mac Burrce, captain/head of the galloglasses of the country - cenn galloclaech DOD: 1305


2 Source(s)

Title Date Literary Genre Name Of Individual Mentioned
AU, 1364 [1367], p. 529 Annal galloglasses of the Clann Murtagh (AC, 1367, p. 331, par. 5; AU, 1364 [1367], p. 529) - galloclaich
The Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), p. 3291367 Annal galloglasses of the Clann Murtagh (AC, 1367, p. 331, par. 5; AU, 1364 [1367], p. 529) - galloclaich