Jopari once posted a timeline of the stories he had written, ending with Lyra Belacqua's death in his tale The Last Temptation. I killed Lyra off at a rather younger age than Jopari did, so my version of his timeline, although sharing many of the dates and characters, differs where our storylines diverge.
All dates are based on the calendar of our world.
Birth of Henry Latrom.
Estimated date of birth of Asriel Belacqua and Stelmaria
Estimated date of birth of Marisa Coulter and *Ozymandias.
Birth of Elspeth Morley.
Birth of Adèle Starminster and Lysander.
Birth of Elizabeth Boreal and Parander.
Birth of Margaret Doyle and Jimmy.
Birth of Arthur Shire and Sarastus.
Birth of Harold Owen and Mike.
Birth of Will Parry and Kirjava. Birth of Lyra Belacqua and Pantalaimon. Disappearance of John Parry while on an arctic expedition.
Birth of Judy Beckley and Skaven.
First signs of mental disturbance in Elaine Parry. Birth of Giancarlo Bellini.
Events described in His Dark Materials, The Reliquary and Arthur and Maggie. Death of Margaret Doyle and Jimmy.
Events described in Intentions. Death of Henry Latrom
The Church attempts to steal Lyra's alethiometer but is foiled, as described in The Adventure of the Lost Alethiometer.
Birth of Guilietta Bellini..
Lyra graduates from St Sophia's College. She takes a post-graduate arts degree course at Jordan. Her alethiometry skills continue to grow.
Alfred II and Eleanor is crowned King of England.
Will qualifies as a doctor and starts work at the John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford. Events described in Threads. The Culham Incident and the final destruction of the Subtle Knife.
Will Parry and Judy Beckley are married.
Birth of John Parry and Rosalind.
Birth of Peter Joyce and Viola.
Arthur Shire and Adèle Starminster meet in Banbury, as described in An Ever-Rolling Stream.
Events described in The King's Councillor.
Events described in The Clockmaker's Boy. Death of Elspeth Morley.
The Boreal Foundation develops the technology to enable Elizabeth Boreal to perform dream-corruption, as described in The Queen of the Night.
Death of Lyra Belacqua and Pantalaimon. Death of Elizabeth Boreal and Parander. Events described in A Gift of Love.
Will Parry retires from medicine. Birth of Christopher Johns and Jemima.
Arthur Shire gives Lockkeeper's Cottage to Christopher Johns as described in His Day's Work.
Death of Will Parry and Kirjava.
Death of Arthur Shire and Sarastus.
*The name given to Marisa Coulter's daemon in the BBC plays. It's not a bad choice, even though PP doesn't like it.