1872 – Born in Dublin, Ireland on the 31st of March.
1890 – Griffith was one of several employees locked due to a dispute with a new owner of the paper.
1897-1898 – He visited South Africa, after the defeat and death of Charles Stewart Parnell whose more moderate views he had initially supported, while he convalesced from tuberculosis; there he supported the Boers against British expansionism and was a strong admirer of Paul Kruger.
1899 – He co-founded the weekly United Irishman newspaper with his associate William Rooney.
1900 – In September, he established an organization called Cumann na nGaedhael to unite advanced nationalist separatist groups and clubs.
1903 – He set up the National Council to campaign against the visit to Ireland of King Edward VII his consort Alexandra of Denmark.
1904 – He also voiced his support pogrom in Limerick against the tiny Jewish community, which was supported by the Catholic bishop of that diocese
1910 – Griffith married his fiancée, Maud, after a fifteen year engagement; they had a son and a daughter.
1918 – Griffith was elected a Sinn Féin MP in the East Cavan by-election.
1921 – Griffith became central to the Republic again when, in October.
1922 – Died of a brain haemorrhage on the 12th of August.