1561 – Francis Bacon was born 22nd of January at York House Strand, London.
1573-1575 – Educated at Trinity College, Cambridge.
1576 – Entered in Gray’s Inn in London.
1578 – Accompanied Sir Amias Paulet, the English ambassador, on his mission in Paris; but he returned when his father died.
1581 – Entered the Commons as a member for Cornwall, and he remained a Member of Parliament for thirty-seven years.
1582 – Became a barrister and was installed as a reader at Gray’s Inn.
1584 – Involved in high politics, when he wrote his first political memorandum, A Letter of Advice to Queen Elizabeth.
1603 – The Scottish king James VI succeeded the great Queen as James I of England, Bacon’s time had come at last. He was knighted.
1606 – Married a young and rich heiress.
1607 – Appointed Solicitor General.
1613 – Served as Attorney General.
1616 – Reached the peak of his splendid career he became a member of the Privy Council was appointed Lord Keeper of the Great Seal the following year.
1618 – Granted the title of Lord Chancellor and created Baron of Verulam
1621 – Created Viscount of St. Albans, he was impeached by Parliament for corruption in his office as a judge. Bacon devoted the last five years of his life entirely to his philosophical work.
1626 – Bacon died 9th of April because of pneumonia after experiments with ice.