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8/15/96 - 10/24/1903

  • Livy and Clara Depart Southampton
    Sat Aug 15, 1896

    August 15 Saturday – Upon arriving at Southampton, the Clemenses found another cable waiting from the family gathered in New York. Susy’s recovery (from an unspecified disease) would be “long but certain.” This convinced Sam to stay in England. Livy and Clara boarded the S.S. Paris bound for New York. On the same day, Dr. Porter in Hartford diagnosed Susy with spinal meningitis, an often lethal malady before the days of antibiotics.

  • Livy and Clara Return to Southampton
    Wed Sep 02, 1896

    September 2 Wednesday – Livy, Clara Clemensand Katy Leary sailed for Southampton, England on the liner St. Louis [N.Y. Times Aug. 11, 1896 p.11, “Marine Intelligence”; Sept. 9 to Rogers; MFMT 177].

  • Return to the Continent
    Mon Jul 12, 1897

    July 12 Monday– At 8 a.m. the Clemens family left London, bound for the Continent.

  • London to New York
    Sun Oct 07, 1900

    October 7 Sunday The Clemens family was en route from London to New York on the SS Minnehaha

  • Arrives in New York
    Mon Oct 15, 1900
  • Clemenses Move to Saranac Lake
    Fri Jun 21, 1901
  • Moves to Riverdale-on-the-Hudson
    Tue Oct 01, 1901
  • Resides in York Harbor
    Sun Jun 15, 1902

    From Mid-June to Mid-October 1902