Category:Arthur Griffith

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Arthur Griffith (1872-1922) was the founder and third leader of Sinn Féin. He served as President of Dáil Éireann.


Arthur Griffith 
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Irish politician and writer
Wikipedia
Date of birth 31 March 1872
Dublin
Date of death 12 August 1922
Dublin
Manner of death
  • natural causes
Cause of death
  • stroke
Place of burial
Country of citizenship
Occupation
Member of
  • Irish Republican Brotherhood
Member of political party
  • Sinn Féin
Position held
  • President of Dáil Éireann (Éamon de Valera, Cavan, 12 August 1922, 10 January 1922, W. T. Cosgrave)
  • Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade (George Noble Plunkett, 26 August 1921, George Gavan Duffy, 9 January 1922)
  • Member of the 31st Parliament of the United Kingdom (East Cavan, 12 August 1922, 14 December 1918, death in office, United Kingdom general election, 1918)
  • Member of the 31st Parliament of the United Kingdom (North West Tyrone, 12 August 1922, 14 December 1918, death in office, United Kingdom general election, 1918)
  • Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade (George Gavan Duffy, 26 July 1922, Michael Hayes, 12 August 1922)
  • Minister for Justice and Equality (Michael Collins, 2 April 1919, Austin Stack, 22 August 1921)
  • Member of the 30th Parliament of the United Kingdom (East Cavan, 25 November 1918, 20 June 1918, dissolution of parliament, UK Parliamentary by-election)
  • Member of the Parliament of Northern Ireland
  • Deputy to the Dáil (3rd Dáil, Cavan, Sinn Féin (Pro-Treaty), 9 September 1922, 9 August 1923, Irish general election, 1922)
  • Deputy to the Dáil (2nd Dáil, Cavan, Sinn Féin, 16 August 1921, 8 June 1922, Irish elections, 1921)
  • Deputy to the Dáil (1st Dáil, East Cavan, Sinn Féin, 21 January 1919, 10 May 1921, Irish general election 1918)
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