Father: Abraham Thomas Ball, name – Tom Major, entertainer
Mother: Gwen (Coates) Major, professional dancer
Marriage: Norma (Johnson) Major (1970- existing)
Children: James and also Elizabeth
Left institution at age 16.
Worked at a financial institution before getting in national politics.
1968-1971 – Member of the Lambeth Borough Council.
1974 – Unsuccessfully competes a seat in parliament.
1979 – Wins a seat in parliament, standing for Huntingdonshire.
1983 – Becomes assistant federal government whip.
1984 – Becomes treasury whip.
1985-1986 – Serves as undersecretary state for social safety and security.
1986 – Is selected preacher of state for social safety and security.
1987-1989 – Serves as principal assistant to the Treasury.
July 1989 – Is selected international assistant.
October 1989 – Is selected Chancellor of the Exchequer.
November 28, 1990 – Becomes head of state of the United Kingdom.
1990-1997 – Serves as head of state of the United Kingdom.
June 1995 – Resigns as the head of the Conservative Party and also asks for a legislative political election to develop management of the event. He wins the political election.
1999 – “John Major: The Autobiography” is released.
2001 – Retires from Parliament.
2002 – Admits to having a 4- year event with Edwina Currie, a fellow MP, throughout the 1980 s.
2007 – Major’s publication, “More Than A Game: The Story of Cricket’s Early Years,” is released.
2012 – Major’s publication, “My Old Man: A Personal History of Music Hall,” is released.