Jamie and Claire arrive in Jamaica where they finally locate Young Ian and run into Geillis Duncan. While fleeing the authorities the Fraser clan are swept ashore in Georgia after a violent storm.
Fergus and Marsali wed.
John Grey becomes governor of Jamaica and sets sail.
Young Ian is abducted from the Silkie Island by the Bruja. Jamie and Claire sail to Jamacia after the Bruja.
Jamie and Claire are reunited after 20 years in Edinburgh.
November 1, 1766
Claire comes back in time to find Jamie.
July 10, 1765
William Tryon becomes governor of North Carolina.
Jamie marries Laoghaire, but a short time later moves to Edinburgh and opens a print shop.
Jamie receives his parole. He leaves Helwater and goes home to Lallybroch leaving Willie in Lord John and Isobel Dunsany's hands.
With the help of Jamie Fraser, who still lives at Helwater, Lord John prevents another Jacobite rising.
January 9, 1758
William "Willie" Clarence Henry George Ransom, the nineth Earl of Ellesmere, is born. The eighth Earl of Ellesmere dies. Geneva Dunsany dies after giving birth.
Jamie is blackmailed into having sex with Geneva Dunsany. Geneva weds the Eighth Earl of Ellesmere shortly thereafter.
The Seven Years' War Begins. Ardsmuir Prison closes; the prisoners are deported to the Colonies. Lord John pulls strings to have Jamie serve his sentence as a paroled prisoner on the Helwater estate in the Lake District.
John Grey becomes Governor of Ardsmuir.
Jamie is imprisoned at Ardsmuir.
Jamie lives in a cave on his own land.
November 15, 1752
Ian Fraser Murray (Young Ian) is born.
August 1, 1746
The Dress Act 1746 came into force which made the wearing of "the Highland Dress" including tartan or a kilt illegal in Scotland as well as reiterating the Disarming Act of 1716.
April 17, 1746
Jamie is sent home by Harold Grey who is the brother to John William Grey. Hal believes the Grey family owes Jamie a debt of honor and sends him home to Lallybroch rather than killing him with the other Jacobites.
April 16, 1746
In the wee hours of the morning, Jamie and Claire discuss stopping Charles Stuart and are overheard by Dougal. Dougal attempts to kill Claire and in the resulting struggle, Jamie kills Dougal.
Jamie takes Claire to Craig na Duhn and sends her back to the 20th century pregnant.
Jamie joins the battle on Culloden Moor and is badly wounded.
William of Cumberland commands the King's troops and wins the Battle effectively ending the uprising.
Mary Hawkins weds Jack Randall.
January 17, 1746
Jacobite's last victory at Falkirk.
Jacobite's take Derby, and seem set to take London, but instead retreat North.
September 21, 1745
Jacobite's win battle of Prestonpans.
September 20, 1745
Jamie encounters young John William Grey and extracts information from him.
September 17, 1745
The Jacobites take Edinburgh.
Charles Stuart arrives in Eriskay before going to Glenfinnan.
Jamie receives a letter from Charles Stuart, who official staked his claim to the throne and has signed Jamie's name as one of his supporters.
Jamie and Claire return to Scotland.
May 12, 1744
Faith Fraser is stillborn.
While in Paris, Jamie and Claire conspire against Charles Stuart in an attempt to prevent the Jacobite Rising of 1745/46.
Jamie is betrayed and delivered to Jack Randall. Claire saves him from Wentworth Prison and then flee to France with Murtagh.
Claire is accused of being a witch but is saved by Jamie. The two go to Lallybroch.
Jamie and Claire wed.
May 2, 1743
Claire wakes in the past after traveling through time.
Jamie returns to Scotland in hopes of clearing his name.
James Fraser Murray is born.
Jamie meets Captain Jack Randall. Brian Fraser suffers a stroke at Fort William and dies after watching Jamie being flogged. Jamie flees to France and spends time as a mercenary. Jamie's sister marries Ian Murray.
Jamie lives in Paris.
Jamie fosters with Dougal MacKenzie's family at the age of 14 for a few months.
Lord John Grey is Born and Ellen Fraser dies giving birth to her fourth child.
May 1, 1721
Jamies Alexander Malcolm MacKenzie Fraser is born.
November 1, 1716
The Disarming Act was enacted to curtail Jacobitism among the Scottish Clans in the Highlands after the 1715 Rising. The new law outlawed the custody, use, or bear of broad sword, poignard, whinger, durk, side pistol, gun, or other warklike weapons.
The Jacobite rising of 1715 was the attempt by James Francis Edward Stuart to regain the thrones of England, Ireland and Scotland.
Lallybroch is built.
Ellen Caitriona MacKenzie Fraser (Jamie's mother) is born.
Brian Fraser (Jamie's father) is born.
November 1, 1968
Claire steps through the stones again in an attempt to return to Jamie at Brianna's urging. She appears in 1766.
May 1, 1968
Gillian Edgars (Geillis Duncan) murders her husband as a sacrifice to travel through the stones at Craigh na Dun. She lands in 1733. Kenneth, her co-conspirer, followers her later the same night and appears in 1743 only hours before Claire.
Claire and Brinna travel to Inverness and pay their respects to Roger Wakefield over the death of his father Reverend Wakefield. Claire asks Roger to look into some survivors of Culloden.
Frank dies in a car crash.
Claire starts medical school in Boston.
November 23, 1948
Brianna Ellen Randall is born.
Frank and Claire move to Boston, Massachuettes.
Claire returns to the 20th century two months pregnant.
May 2, 1946
The day after the Beltane, Claire goes up to the standing stones to find a flower and travels back in time 200 years.
May 1, 1946
Frank and Claire go up to the standing stones Craigh na Dun and watch local woman dance around the stones in what seems to be some sort of ritual.
September 2, 1945
Japanese capitulate after the nuclear bomb attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. WWII is over.
May 8, 1945
WWII ends in Europe.
March 3, 1943
The crush at London's Bethnal Green tube station results in the death of Roger's mother. Rev. Wakefield, his great uncle, adopts him in Inverness.
Roger MacKenzie is born. His father Jeremiah goes MIA.
Claire becomes a field nurse. Frank works for the British secret service.
September 1, 1939
WWII begins with the German attack on Poland.
Claire marries Frank Randall.
Claire spends her childhood and adolesecence traveling with her Uncle Lamb, a archaelogist.
Claire's parents die in a car crash.
November 11, 1918
October 20, 1918
Claire Elizabeth Beauchamp is born.
Frank Randall is born.