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Re: March 23 1901
Mon Nov 27, 2017 11:49am

I did mix up my ships :)

According to Marks article, there is no reason to even bring the Herminius up as it arrived in Uruguay on March 24. Would obviously be impossible to deposit the money. That brings us to the Bellarden. Who came into Montevideo the 21st and then Buenos Aires the 23rd. If they took a ferry from Montevideo that might leave enough time to get to the bank.

  • Re: March 23 1901Daniel Buck, Mon Nov 27 11:20am
    Chris, I think you mixed up your ships, the Soldier Prince porter id'd SK&EP outgoing in 1902. The question of the Herminius vs. the Bellarden is based on the Pinkertons having reporting that they... more
    • Re: March 23 1901 — ChrisV, Mon Nov 27 11:49am
      • Re: March 23 1901Daniel Buck, Mon Nov 27 12:00pm
        Chris, We know they arrived, either on the Herminius or the Bellarden, what is in question is the date the bank account opened. If Dimaio meant, say, 26 of March, either ship works. The Pinkertons... more
        • Re: March 23 1901ChrisV, Mon Nov 27 12:08pm
          Unless further info arises, The Herminius has been eliminated. Im going to accept DImaio's date of March 23. best, Chris
          • Correct on all assumptions Mark Mszanski, Tue Nov 28 6:52am
            Based upon the ships stamps for arrival it seems Bellarden was the more likely ship at this time if the deposit date is correct. The only alternative is if the bank had offices at Montevideo but that ... more
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