Moncure Conway moves back to New York City after his wife is diagnosed with cancer

In the summer of 1897, Moncure and his wife, Ellen Dana Conway, move in with their daughter and son-in-law in New York City after Ellen is diagnosed with cancer.  Ellen passes away on Christmas Day, 1897, and Moncure returns to Europe shortly thereafter. 
Source Citation
John d'Entremont, Southern Emancipator: Moncure Conway, The American Years 1832-1865 (New York: Oxford University Press, 1987), 222.
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