Virtually all Trollope fiction after Framley Parsonage ( 1860-1) appeared first in serial form, with book publication usually coming just prior to the final instalment of the serial.
(24 Apr.) Born at 16 Keppel Street, Bloomsbury, the|
fourth son of Thomas and Frances Trollope.
(Summer?) Family moves to Harrow-on-the-Hill.
|1823||To Harrow School as a day-boy.|
|1825||To a private school at Sunbury.|
|1827||To school at Winchester College.|
|1830||Removed from Winchester and returned to Harrow.|
|1834||(Apr.) The family flees to Bruges to escape creditors.|
|(Nov.) Accepts a junior clerkship in the General Post|
(Sept.) Made Postal Surveyor's Clerk at Banagher, King's|
(mid-Sept.) Begins work on his first novel, The Macdermots|
|1844||(11 June) Marries Rose Heseltine.|
|(Aug.) Transferred to Clonmel, County Tipperary.|
|1846||(13 Mar.) Son, Henry Merivale Trollope, born.|
|1847||The Macdermots of Ballycloran, published in 3 vols. ( Newby).|
|(27 Sept.) Son, Frederic James Anthony Trollope, born.|
|1848|| The Kellys and the O'Kellys; or Landlords and Tenants 3 vols.|
|(Autumn) Moves to Mallow, County Cork.|
|1850||La Vendée; An Historical Romance 3 vols. ( Colburn).|
|Writes The Noble Jill (A play, published 1923).|
|1851||(1 Aug.) Sent to south-west of England on special postal|
|1853||(29 July) Begins The Warden (the first of the Barsetshire|
|(29 Aug.) Moves to Belfast as Acting Surveyor.|