1880 – Alfred Noyes, born on the 16th of September in Wolverhampton, England. He was the son of Alfred and Amelia Adams Noyes.
1902 – His first volume of verse, Loom of Years, appeared.
1908 – It was followed by such poems as the epic Drake.
1913 – Another poem, the colorful Tales of the Mermaid Tavern.
1914 – 1923 – He was professor of English literature at Princeton.
1922 – 1930 – His later writings include The Torch Bearers, a trilogy in verse on man’s scientific accomplishments.
1925 – He converted to Roman Catholicism; The Unknown God is an account of his conversion.
1929 – Made The Sun Cure, a novel.
1938 – He was the author of the biography of Voltaire.
1950 – His collected poems were published. He was a literary conservative who adhered to traditional models in the structure and substance of his poetry. His poems, highly colored and romantic, are often marred by sentimentality.
1953 – His autobiography, Two Worlds for Memory, was published.
1958 – Died at the age of 78, on the 28th of June and was buried on the Isle of Wight.