Sophie Veitch entry: Overview screen.
1837 or later
SV was born. Since Veitch was younger than her sister, 1837 is the earliest year for her birth, but it may have happened at any date up to several years later.
By 20 June 1868
SV's first published work appeared. She provided text for the handsomely produced travel book Views in Central Abyssinia
, which contained illustrations done by German artist T. E. between 1853 and 1854.
By 29 December 1888
SV's most famous work, the sensation novel The Dean's Daughter
, appeared in print.
By 23 November 1895
SV's final novel (and final publication) appeared, entitled A Modern Crusader
Between 1921 and 1937
SV is thought to have died some time between these years, after a long period during which nothing about her is known.