1510 – Born in Pernaja, Finland and was named after the patron saint of Pernaja’s church.
1528 – Became a scribe for Bishop Martinus Skytte.
1531 – Ordained for priesthood after following the footstep of his teacher.
1536 – Agricola was sent to study in Wittenberg by the Bishop of Turku.
1537 – Started translating the New Testament into his own language, Finnish.
1539 – Became the rector of Turku School after his return to Turku.
1546 – During the Great Fire of Turku which devastated many homes including Agricola’s home
1557- Joined the delegation en-route to Russia and died on April 9, 1557 in the Kyronniemi village.