A.D. 1248. Fínghin son of Diarmaid Dúna Droighneáin [Mac Carthaigh] put to death Geoffrey son of John Mór de Cogan.
A.D. 1249. Fínghin son of Diarmaid Dúna Droighneáin [Mac Carthaigh] was killed, in violation of a peace, at the court of Staunton, at Coill in Luaithtighi by Domhnall God Cairbreach [Mac Carthaigh] and the de Cogans.
A.D. 1252. Domhnall God Cairbreach son of Domhnall Mór son of Diarmaid Cille Badhuna [Mac Carthaigh] was treacherously killed by John son of Thomas FitzGerald at Baile Í Dhunadhaigh in Roche's house.
A.D. 1254. Séafraidh an Tighe Ó Donnchadha and Sadhbh daughter of Ó Briain, his wife, Domhnall, his kinsman, his three sons, and Donnchadh son of Cathal Ó Donnchadha were killed and burned at Gort Achaidh Ghlais in his own house by Fínghin son of Domhnall God Cairbreach son of Domhnall Mór [Mac Carthaigh], after he had been betrayed by the family of An Fiadhuidhe Ó Donnchadha.
A.D. 1257. A hosting by the Galls in Thomond, and they killed Mathghamhain son of Domhnall Connachtach Ó Briain, and the [people of] Thomond inflicted great slaughter on the army of the Galls.
A.D. 1259. Fínghin Reanna Róin son of Domhnall God Cairbreach [Mac Carthaigh] and the Uí Dhonnabháin killed Mac Craith son of Diarmaid son of Donnchadh na hImirce Timchill [Ó Mathghamhna] in retribution for the slaying of An Crom [Ó Donnabháin] at Inis Béil Átha Dos by the Uí Eachach, about a cowherds' brawl.
Donnchadh son of Cormac Mac Carthaigh went on a hosting to Ciarraighe Luachra, and he himself was wounded and many of his people were killed in the defeat of Móin Cradáin.
A.D. 1260. Tadhg son of Conchobhar son of Donnchadh Ó Briain dieda fortunate event for the Galls.
A.D. 1261. Brian Catha an Dúin son of Niall Ruadh son of Aodh [Ó Néill] was killed at Downpatrick by the Irish themselves and the Galls of Downpatrick, with slaughter of princes and chieftains of Cinéal Eóghain around him, on a Sunday, and his head was taken to London.
Clann Ghearailt and a great force of Galls went to Thomond, and Conchobhar na Siúdaine son of Donnchadh Cairbreach [Ó Briain] inflicted the defeat of Coill Bairin on David Prendergast's Galls and on many Galls besides.
Fínghin Reanna Róin son of Domhnall God Cairbreach [Mac Carthaigh] went to Ciarraighe Luachra and perpetrated burnings and plunderings and slaughters there.
Eóghan Ó Muircheartaigh was killed by the Galls of Dúin na mBárc.
A.D. 1262. Dún na mBárc, Inis Eóghanáin, and the castle of Dún Uabhair were burned by Fínghin Reanna Róin.
William de Dene, Justiciar of Ireland, Clann Ghearailt, Mac Risdeard, and a very large force of Galls, together with Domhnall Ruadh son of Cormac Fionn Mac Carthaigh and all the Irish he could get, went to Tuath Cinn Mhara. Defeat and slaughter [were inflicted] on them at Callann Gleanna Ó Ruachtaigh, and John son of Thomas FitzGerald, seneschal of Munster, Sir Maurice, his son, and many of the other knights, together with many of the Galls and of the Irish, were killed.
The castles of Dún Mic Thoghmainn, Dún Uisni, Macroom, Magh Oiligh, Dún Lóich, and Killorglin, and many of the castles of Uí Chonaill, were demolished and burned by Fínghin Reanna Róin and [the people of] Desmond.
A hosting by Fínghin Mac Carthaigh and [the people of] Desmond to burn Rinn Róin. Miles de Courcy offered him terms, and when Mac Carthaigh refused these terms, Miles went with his full body of troops to Bearnach Reanna Róin before the army, and defeated them on the Thursday after Michaelmas, Fínghin and many of the nobles of Desmond being slain.
A Justiciar came from the king of England to Ireland and landed at Dún na Long in Uí Eachach. He went from there to Limerick from Cormac na Mangartan son of Domhnall God Cairbreach [Mac Carthaigh] and Desmond with very large forces.
A.D. 1263. MacWilliam de Burgo, the majority of the Galls of Ireland, and many Irish came to Desmond, and Cormac son of Domhnall God Cairbreach [Mac Carthaigh] was killed by them at Tuairín Cormaic.