Bebinn, daughter of Donnell O'Dunne, and wife of O'Dempsy, died.
Dermot O'Dempsy, Lord of Kinel-Maoilughra, was slain by the English.
Hugh O'Dempsy, while in pursuit of a prey, was slain by the English.
Thomas O'Dempsy, heir to the lordship of Clann-Maoilughra, was slain by the English.
Turlough and Teige, two sons of O'Molloy, and Donnell, the grandson of Hopkinn O'Molloy, were slain by the Clann-Maoilughra i.e. the O'Dempsys.
Dermot O'Toole, Lord of Clann-Tuathail, was slain by the grandsons of Tomaltagh O'Dempsey, in the eightieth year of his age, and while in pursuit of a prey.
Art O'Dempsey was lord of Clanmalier and an underlord of O'Conor Faly.
Curtis's biographical note: O’Dempsey or O’Diomusaigh, Art, see p. 154. The country of O’Dempsey was Clann Maoilughra, or Clanmalier; it embraced the present baronies of Portnahinch in Queen’s County and that of Upper Philipstown in King’s County. O’Conor Faly was his paramount chief.
E. Curtis and Walter Cowley, "The Survey of Offaly in 1550," Hermathena 20, no. 45 (1930): 312-352.
Margaret K. Smith