Anders Chydenius is born on 26 February in Sotkamo.
His father, Jakob, is appointed rector of Kuusamo.
Anders and his brother Samuel attend school in Oulu.
Anders and Samuel receive private tuition by Rector Johan Wegelius in Tornio.
Anders and Samuel commence their studies at the Academy in Turku.
His father is appointed rector of Kokkola.
Chydenius studies in Uppsala.
He graduates and is ordained priest. He moves to Alaveteli to adopt the post of preacher.
His mother dies.
He marries Beata Magdalena Mellberg, a merchant’s daughter.
His brother Samuel drowns in a river, the Kokemäenjoki.
He is promoted to the post of chaplain in Alaveteli.
He takes part for the first time in a writing competition announced by the Royal Academy of Sciences.
He speaks at the provincial council meeting in defence of staple rights.
Chydenius attends the Diet in Stockholm for the first time and publishes several important tracts and treatises.
He is expelled from the Estate of Clergy. His father dies.
He is elected for the Diet in Norrköping, but his letter of appointment is rejected at his arrival and he returns home.
Chydenius is appointed rector of Kokkola.
He attends the Diet in Stockholm for the second time.
He attends the Diet. He obtains the titles of Dean and Doctor honoris causa in theology. He joins The Society of Arts and Sciences in Gothenburg.
He obtains the title of Rural Dean.
He joins the Theological Homiletic Society in Uppsala and takes part in their writing competition.
He joins the Royal Patriotic Society.
Chydenius gives a speech at the execution grounds of Kruunupyy. The work to renew the parish church begins.
He attends the Diet for the third time. The Diet is held in Gävle.
He joins the society Pro Fide et Christianismo (Stockholm).
He joins the Royal Finnish Economic Society in Turku.
Order of the Polar Star is awarded to Chydenius.
Anders Chydenius dies in Kokkola on the 1st of February.