1811 – The Bunker brothers were born on the 11th of May 11 in Siam (now Thailand).
1829 – They were discovered in Siam by British merchant Robert Hunter and exhibited as a curiosity during a world tour.
1843 – On the 13th of April, they married two sisters: Chang to Adelaide Yates and Eng to Sarah Anne Yates.
1874 – They died on the 17th of January.
– The fused liver of the Bunker brothers is currently preserved and on display at the Mütter Museum in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Numerous references about the twins, including some of their personal artifacts and their travel ledger, are preserved in the North Carolina Collection Gallery in Wilson Library at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.