1822 – Born into a German-speaking family in Heinzendorf, Austrian Silesia on the 20th of July.
1843 – He entered the Augustinian Abbey of St. Thomas in Brno.
1851 – He was sent to the University of Vienna to study.
1853 – As a teacher, principally of physics.
1856-1863 – Mendel cultivated and tested some 29,000 pea plants.
1865 – Mendel read his paper, "Experiments on Plant Hybridization", at two meetings of the Natural History Society of Brünn in Moravia.
1866 – Mendel’s paper was published in Proceedings of the Natural History Society of Brünn, it had little impact and was cited about three times over the next thirty-five years.
1868 – His scientific work largely ended as Mendel became consumed with his increased administrative responsibilities, especially a dispute with the civil government over their attempt to impose special taxes on religious institutions.
1884 – Died on the 6th of January in Brno, Austria-Hungary, from chronic nephritis.