Anno Domini, 1222.
A.D. 1224. Cathal Croibhdhearg son of Toirdhealbhach son of Ruaidhrí [Ó Conchobhair], king of Connacht, died.
A.D. 1225. Ó Néill came with Toirdhealbhach son of Ruaidhrí son of Toirdhealbhach Mór [Ó Conchobhair] to support him, and he banished Aodh son of Cathal Croibhdhearg into Munster from Connacht. But he took the Galls of Munster with him, when Ó Néill had gone, and he banished Toirdhealbhach, taking the kingship of Connacht himself.
A.D. 1226. St. Francis and Pope Honorius died.
A.D. 1228. Aodh son of Cathal Croibhdhearg Ó Conchobhair, king of Connacht, was killed in the house of Geoffrey de Mareis at Buaile Mór in Leinster, and Geoffrey hanged with wisps the man who had killed him.
A.D. 1229. Diarmaid Dúna Droighneáin son of Domhnall Mór son of Diarmaid Cille Badhuna [Mac Carthaigh] was killed by a thunderbolt at Dún Droighneáin, through the vengeance of God and because of his own misdeeds.
Donnchadh Ó hEidirsgeóil, king of Corca Laoighdhe, died.
A.D. 1230. A hosting by MacWilliam, the nobles of the Galls of Ireland, Donnchadh Cairbreach Ó Briain, and Cormac Mac Carthaigh into Connacht, and they reached Galway, and Ó Flaithbheartaigh gave them battle at Áth na Gaillmhe. Nevertheless, they made a circuit of all Connacht, banished Aodh son of Ruaidhrí [Ó Conchobhair], killed Donnchadh Mac Oireachtaigh, and left Feidhlimidh son of Cathal Croibhdhearg in the kingship of Connacht.
A.D. 1231. Ascension Thursday and May Day fell on the same day.
William de Burgo treacherously captured Feidhlimidh son of Cathal Croibhdhearg.
Aodh son of Conchobhar son of Amhlaoibh Mór Ó Donnchadha died and was buried [by the monks] in the old monastery of the Uí Mhathghamhna in their own habit.