The Kalends on Sunday, and the twentieth of the moon thereon. A.D. 1218.
Mór, daughter of Ó Briain [and] queen of Connachta, i.e. wife of Cathal Crobderg, died.
The Kalends on Monday. [A.D.] 1219.
Diarmait, son of Domnall Mac Carthaig, captured Henry Butler's castle in Tech Mo-Laga and took his hostages from it.
The Kalends [of January] on Tuesday. [A.D.] 1220.
The Kalends [of January] on Wednesday, and the first of the moon thereon. [A.D.] 1221.
James, the legate, came to Ireland.
A hosting by Geoffrey Marisco into Desmumu, and he encamped at Áth na hUama, destroyed the corn crop of the whole country, and built the castle of Mag Rátha.
The Kalends [of January] on Thursday, and the twelfth of the moon thereon. [A.D.] 1222.
A great wind throughout Ireland, and it wrecked houses, churches, and great woods, and sank many ships, and it was known as the great wind.
Death of Edmund, bishop of Cell Da Lua.
Kl. [A.D.] 1223.
The bishops of Ros, Cluain Uama, Ferna, Cell Dara, and Port Láirge died.
The son of Donnchad Connachtach Ó Cuiléin was slain in Tuadmumu by the Uí Chairpri.
The archbishop Ó Lonbrogáin voluntarily quitted his archbishopric, and Mairin Ó Briain from Corcach was elected in his stead.
Kl. [A.D.] 1224.
Cathal Crobderg, king of Connachta, died.
The Kalends of January. [A.D.] 1225.
Ó Néill, king of Cenél Eógain, came to Connachta with Ruaidrí's son, and they devastated the whole of Connachta, and Ó Néill departed, leaving the kingship
p.347with Tairdelbach, son of Ruaidrí. However, Aed, son of Cathal, came and gave a large stipend to the foreigners, drove Ruaidrí's song from his land, and himself took the kingship.
Kl. [A.D.] 1226.
Francis the Blessed, died on the nones [7th] of October.
Pope Honorius rested in Christ.
The Kalends of January. [A.D.] 1227.