Thomas Sutpen born in West Virginia mountains. Poor whites of Scottish-English stock. Large family.
Sutpen family moved down into Tidewater Virginia, Sutpen ten years old. Ellen Coldfield born in Tennessee.
Sutpen ran away from home. Fourteen years old.
Sutpen married first wife in Haiti.
Goodhue Coldfield moved to Yoknapatawpha County (Jefferson) Mississippi: mother, sister, wife and daughter Ellen.
Charles Bon born, Haiti. Sutpen learns his wife has negro blood, repudiates her and child.
Sutpen appears in Yoknapatawpha County, Mississippi, takes up land, build his house.
Clytemnestra (Clytie) born to slave woman.
Sutpen married Ellen Coldfield.
Henry Sutpen born, Sutpen's Hundred.
Judith Sutpen born.
Rosa Coldfield born.
Wash Jones moves into abandoned fishing camp on Sutpen's plantation, with his daughter.
Milly Jones born to Wash Jones' daughter.
Henry Sutpen and Charles Bon meet at University of Mississippi. Judith and Charles meet that Xmas. Charles Etienne St. Valery Bon born, New Orleans.
Xmas, Sutpen forbids marriage between Judith and Bon. Henry repudiates his birthright, departs with Bon.
Sutpen, Henry, and Bon depart for war.
Ellen Coldfield dies.
Goodhue Coldfield dies.
Henry kills Bon at gates. Rosa Coldfield moves out to Sutpen's Hundred.
Sutpen becomes engaged to Rosa Coldfield, insults her. She returns to Jefferson.
Sutpen takes up with Milly Jones.
Milly's child is born. Wash Jones kills Sutpen.
Charles E. St. V. Bon appears at Sutpen's Hundred.
Clytie fetches Charles E. St. V. Bon to Sutpen's Hundred to live.
Charles E. St. V. Bon returns with negro wife.
Jim Bond born.
Judith and Charles E. St. V. Bon die of yellow fever.
Rosa Coldfield and Quentin find Henry Sutpen hidden in the house.
Rosa Coldfield goes out to fetch Henry to town, Clytie sets fire to the house.