Kl. [A.D.] 1238.
Mairin Ó Briain, archbishop of Caisel, died in the monastery of the Siúir.
Kl. [A.D.] 1239.
Friar Dáuíd son of Cellach, of the Order of Friars Preachers, was confirmed in the archbishopric of Caisel.
Kl. [A.D.] 1240.
Friar Alinn Ó Súilliubáin of the Order of Friars Preachers was confirmed in the bishopric of Cluain in place of Cellach's son.
Kl. [A.D.] 1241.
Muirchertach, son of Domnall Ó Briain, died.
Sadb, daughter of Ó Cennétig [and] wife of Donnchad Cairprech, died.
Kl. [A.D.] 1242.
Muirchertach, son of Donnchad Cairprech Ó Briain, died.
Pope Gregory rested in Christ.
Kl. [A.D.] 1243.
Donnchad Cairprech Ó Briain, high-king of Tuadmumu, died, and there was not during his time a better Munsterman, or one more affable, or of greater retinue, or better provided with victuals than he.
Tairdelbach, son of Donnchad Cairprech, died.
Kl. [A.D.] 1244.
Richard de Burgo and Gerald, son of Maurice, died.
Kl. [A.D.] 1245.
Cormac Liathánach died in monastic habit.
Domnall Ruad, son of Cormac Liathánach, was put to death by John, son of Thomas, after he had been handed over by Domnall Gall Mac Carthaig, his own brother.
A great slaughter of Christians in Demettia at the hands of the Saracens.
Gilliberd, archdeacon of Luimnech, died.
Kl. [A.D.] 1246.
Death of lord Robert de Carew.
Kl. [A.D.] 1247.
Conchobar Ó Cuiléin died.