1763 – Born on the 30th of July in Stoke Newington, near London.
1792 – Rogers attained eminence with the publication of his discursive poem The Pleasures of Memory.
1793 – He inherited a banking firm, and for the next half century he maintained an influential position as a leading figure in London society and as a generous host to brilliant company.
– The amusing, though often unkind, conversations held at his breakfast and dinner parties were recorded by Alexander Dyce and published as Recollections of the Table-Talk of Samuel Rogers.
1855 – Died on the 18th of December in London.