Líon alt a bhfuil an ghné seo luaite iontu: 4
Idir 1924 agus 1932 bhí sé ina mhúinteoir in Charleville, in Goondawindi, agus in Dalby
How nominal was the responsibility will be gathered from the fact that from 17 March 1917, to the opening of the Gaelic LeagueOireachtas in Waterford in August, I was traversing County Cork by bicycle, from Castletown Bere to Youghal and from Charleville to Clonakilty, making contact with the principal officers of the Gaelic League there and getting them to organise collections for the Gaelic League funds
I 1634 chuaigh sé isteach sna Caipisínigh ina gcoinbhint Éireannach in Charleville sa Fhrainc
Ag tagairt dá saol fada oibre deir Nicholls agus Ó Riain: ‘While still a student Anne Cronin, as she then was, published in Béaloideas 2-3 (1930, 1931) specimens of folklore she had collected in her native district of Charleville, thus beginning a career of tireless research and publication which was to span over fifty years and which culminated in 1983 in the meticulously edited final volume of the diplomatic text of the twelfth-century Book of Leinster.’ Bhí cónaí orthu ag Harbourne, Bóthar Torquay, Carraig an tSionnaigh, Baile Átha Cliath