A.D. 1232. Domhnall God Cairbreach son of Domhnall Mór [Mac Carthaigh] came to Coill tSealbhaigh at the instigation of Maghnus Ó Cobhthaigh, and killed three sons of Ó Mathghamhna, namely, of Muircheartach son of Donnchadh na hImirce Timchill.
Conchobhar son of Aodh son of Ruaidhrí son of Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair was killed by the Tuatha, together with many others.
A.D. 1233. Aodh son of Ruaidhrí son of Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair was killed by Feidhlimidh son of Cathal Croibhdhearg.
Tadhg Duibheagha Mac Carthaigh was blinded by Cormac Liathánach and Domhnall Mac Carthaigh.
A.D. 1234. Iarla an Churraigh was killed in the battle of Kildare.
The defeat of Tralee was inflicted by the Galls on the Gaels, in which Diarmaid son of Cormac Liathánach [Mac Carthaigh], An Gasgúineach Ó hEidirsgeóil, and his brother, Muircheartach, were killed.
A.D. 1236. Thomond and Connacht were despoiled by the Justiciar and MacWilliam.
A.D. 1237. Diarmaid son of Donnchadh Mór na hImirce Timchill Ó Mathghamna died this year.
A.D. 1241. Muircheartach son of Domhnall Mór Ó Briain died.
A.D. 1242. Donnchadh Cairbreach Ó Briain, high-king of Thomond, and Toirdhealbhach, his son, died.
A.D. 1243. Richard de Burgo and Gerald son of Maurice [FitzGerald] died.
A.D. 1244. Cormac Liathánach Mac Carthaigh died in the habit of the Grey Monks, and Domhnall Ruadh, his son, was killed by John son of Thomas [FitzGerald] after he had been handed over to him by Domhnall Gall, his own brother, at Seannad.
A.D. 1247. Cormac Fionn son of Domhnall Mór Mac Carthaigh died in his own encampment at Magh Seanghlaisse, and there was a great earthquake in Ireland, Scotland, and Wales this year.