Date of birth January 16th 1831.
Place of birth – Kragujevac, the Principality of Serbia
Ristić’s incredible success in elementary school convinced a family friend to send Jovan to Belgrade to continue High School. Jovan graduated Belgrade Licej.
In 1849 Ristić goes to study in Berlin.
Doctor of philosophy calling, he received in Hidelberd. Later, he continued studies in prestigious Parisian Sorbona.
In 1854, Ristić became politician: he began to work at the Ministry of foreign affairs which was governed by influential political leader Ilija Garašanin.
Jovan Marries Sofia, the daughter of the most fortunate Belgrade merchant, Hadži-Toma.
Colonel Milivoje Blaznavac, with the assistance of Belgrade troops, brings to the throne the Prince Milan from Paris, at the age of 14.
Jovan Ristić, Milivoje Blaznavac and Jovan Gavrilović, regent council of minor Prince Milan Obrenović.
Passing of Regency Constitution writen by Jovan Ristić.
Jovan Ristić leaves for Berlin congress as Prince Milan ’s envoy.
Date of death September 4th 1899.