Kalends of Jan. upon Thursday, 5th of the moon, A.D. 1232.
Aedh Ua Ferghail, chief of Muinnter-Angaile, was killed by his own kinsmen.
Maghnus, son of Amhlam, son of Tadhg Mac Mailruanaigh, candle of generosity and valour and piety, rested in Christ.
A hosting by William de Burgh to the castle of Bun-Gaillbi, so that they built a castle there.
Defeat was inflicted by 'the Territories' on Conchobur, son of Aedh, son of Ruadhri Ua Conchobair, so that Conchobur himself and Gilla-Crist son of Donnchadh Mac Diarmata and many others were slain there.
Donnchadh, son of Tomaltach Mac Diarmata, rested in Christ.
The son of Niall Ua Gailmredhaigh (namely, Concobur), chief of Cenel-Moen, rested in Christ.
Consecration of the church of Cell-mor took place and Canons were established in the same place by Conn Ua Flannagain.
A hosting by Domnall Ua Lochlainn,
p.289namely by the king of Cenel-Eogain, along with the Foreigners and with the Gaidhil, into Tir-Conaill, whereby he destroyed much in Fanat and in Tir-Conaill and took away the hostages of Domnall Ua Baighill and of Ua Taircheirt with him.
A hosting by Ua Domnaill in the same year into Tir-Eogain, until he reached Tulach-oc, whereby he killed cows and burned crops and destroyed much besides in the country and he came back triumphantly. And in the same year the fleet of Cenel-Conaill harried, Midhadh and Eagh-inis and a party of the Cenel-Conaill, under the son of Niall Ua Domnaill, came upon them and thereby was caused destruction of the fleet and the son of Niall was killed.
(Feidhlim O'Concubhair, king of Connacht, was taken prisoner by Richard de Burgh in Milic, in treachery and the kingship of Connacht reverted thereby to Aedh, son of Ruaidhri Ua Conchobair, again.)