fl.1370 [var. Pembrige]; Annales Hiberniae, 1162-1370; Bodleian
MS printed in London in William Camdens Britannia, 6th edn.
of 1607, reprinted many times, and trans. into English, 1610, by Philemon
Holland, 1610; ed. Gough and Nichols, 4 vols. (1806); noticed in Sir James
Wares Writers of Ireland. CAB ODNB DIW.
ODNB (Full), conjectured by Ware to have been a native of Dublin, fl. ?1370,
apparently author of Annales Hiberniae ab anno Christi 1162 usque ad
annum 1370; printed by Camden at the end of his Britannia,
and again by J. T. Gilbert in Chartularies of St. Marys Abbey,
Dublin. the MS used by Camden is Bodleian, Laud 526; the Latin Annales
Hiberniae attributed to James Grace of Kilkenny published Irish Arch.
Soc. (1842), is considered to show that Pembridge and Grace were both
perhaps probably translated from some common original in a language other
than Latin, according to Graces editor, Richard Butler. SEE also
Roy Foster, Modern Ireland (1988).