June 19, 1717: Jan Václav Antonín Stamic (Johann Wenzel Anton Stamitz) is baptized in Nemecky Brod (Havlickuv Brod) in the Kingdom of Bohemia of the Holy Roman Empire.
September 8, 1754: The name of Johann Stamitz (37) appears in a program of the Concert spirituel, Paris.
August 29, 1755: Johann Stamitz (38) receives a royal privilege from King Louis XV to publish his instrumental music in France.
March 3, 1757: Publication of six symphonies by Johann Stamitz (39) op.3 (G-2, G-3, D-3, Eb-3, A-2, F-2) is announced in Annonces, Paris.
March 30, 1757: The mortal remains of Johann Wenzel Anton Stamitz are laid to rest in Mannheim, Rhineland Palatinate, 39 years, nine months and eleven days after his baptism. It is officially recorded: “Buried, Jo’es Stainmiz, director of court music. So expert in his art that his equal will hardly be found.”
November 10, 1757: Publication of six symphonies by Johann Stamitz (†0) op.3 is advertised in Annonces, affiches, et avis divers, Paris.
October 30, 1758: The publication of six symphonies op.4 by Johann Stamitz (†1) (F-3, D-4, cm-1, Eb-4, gm-1, Eb-5a) is advertised in Annonces, Paris.
August 7, 1760: The publication of the Symphony D-12 by Johann Stamitz (†3) is advertised in Annonces, Paris.
September 9, 1762: Publication of the Symphony D-11 by Johann Stamitz (†5) is advertised in Annonces, Paris.