Isaac Newton's mother remarries and abandons Newton
Barnabas Smith dies; Hannah returns to Woolsthorpe.
Newton attends Grammar School at nearby Grantham, aged 12
1655 - 1659
Newton is recalled by his mother from Grantham to Woolsthorpe
1659 - 1660
Newton matriculates at Trinity College, Cambridge.
05/1661 - 01/1665
Newton returns to Cambridge
03/1666 - 1696
Creates his first reflecting telescope
Seth Ward proposed Newton for election to the Royal Society.
Newton is elected Fellow of the Royal Society of London.
Newton observes 'Halley's' comet.
Coffee House' meetings between Halley, Hooke, and Christopher Wren
Newton presents his Principia, Book I to the Royal Society
Book II of Principia sent to Edmond Halley
Book III of Principia sent to Edmond Halley
Newton suffers emotional breakdown.
Newton is offered and excepts appointment as Warden of the Mint
Permanently leaves Cambridge
Newton is elected Foreign Associate of the Académie des sciences in Paris
Newton is appointed Master of the Mint.
Hooke dies, and Newton decides to finally publish his work on optics.
Isaac Newton President of the Royal Society
1703 - 1727
Newton moves to a new house on St Martin's Street
Newton suffers inflammation of his lungs; he moves to Kensington in south London
Isaac Newton dies at Kensington between 1.00 and 2.00am.