1844 – Bridges was born in Walmer, Kent on the 23rd of October.
– He was educated at Eton College and Corpus Christi College, Oxford.
1882 – He was afterwards assistant physician at the Children’s hospital, Great Ormond Street, and physician at the Great Northern hospital, lung disease forcing him to retiring.
1873 – Bridges’ literary work started long before his retirement, with his first collection of poems being published.
1876 – He wrote poetry collections "The Growth of Love".
1884 – He married Monica Waterhouse, daughter of Alfred Waterhouse R.A., and spent the rest of his life in rural seclusion, first at Yattendon, Berkshire, then at Boar’s Hill, Oxford
1890-1905 – His best work is to be found in his Shorter Poems and a complete edition of his Poetical Works.
1912 – He wrote poetry collections Collected Poems".
1916 – He wrote poetry collections The Spirit of Man".
1930 – He died on the 21st of April.