Fragment (single leaf) of a martyrology discovered in a 17th-century bookbinding. The martyrology has been dated to the 11th century and was produced at the Regensburg monastery. The surviving fragment contains entries for twelve days, April 14-25, which include six saints of Ireland (Tassach, Ruadán of Lorrha, Donnán of Eigg, Laisrén of Leighlin, Máel Ruba of Bangor, Ibar of Begéire).
- s. xi
The Kilcormac missal and the fragment (ff. 156-171) of a Sarum antiphonal.
- s. xv
A missal written in 1458 for the prior of the Carmelite house at Cill Chormaic (Kilcormac, Co. Offaly).
- s. xvi
A manuscript now lost but used by Mícheál Ó Cléirigh as an exemplar for the Life of Mo Ling in Brussels, Bibliothèque Royale de Belgique, MS 4190-4200, f. 53v: I nAthcliath do scriobad as Leabhur Tighe Molling. Ocus léiccim Moling atá il-Laidin i muinigin na mbrathar Ccléirigh cidh im Cléirich-sa féin .15. juil. 1628 (‘In Dublin (this) has been copied out of the Book of Timulling. And I leave Moling's miracles, which are in Latin, in trust of the friars Clery, though I myself am a Clery, 15 July, 1628’ - ed. and tr. by Stokes).
- s. xiiex / s. xiiiin
Two 14th-century manuscript volumes containing a unique copy of John Tynemouth’s hagiographic compilation Sanctilogium Angliae, Walliae, Scotiae et Hiberniae.
- s. xiv2