1881 – Born on the 15th of October in Exeter, Devonshire, England.
1896-1902 – Served as archbishop of Canterbury.
1909 – The younger Temple lectured in philosophy at Queen’s College, Oxford, and was ordained to the priesthood.
1910 – Headmaster of Repton School.
1914–1917 – He became the leader of the Life and Liberty movement, an unofficial body designed to stimulate change in the governance of the Church of England.
1919-1921 – He was successively a canon of Westminster.
1921 – Bishop of Manchester.
1929 – Archbishop of York.
1942 – Archbishop of Canterbury.
1944 – Died on the 26th of October in Westgate on Sea, Kent.