Pamela Ann Clemens was musical and gave guitar and piano lessons.
She wrote and received many letters over the years from her brother, Samuel.
She and her husband William had a son, Samuel Moffett (1861 - 1908) and daughter, Annie Clemens Moffett Webster (July 1852 - 1930 ). Another daughter was named: Julie Moffett(1854 - ?).
Pamela's husbans, William died in 1865.
By 1880, Pamela, a widow, was living with her daughter, Annie and her family in Fredonia, NY. Pamela was aged 52 then. Her son, Samuel E. Moffett, age 19, also lived with the Webster family in NY.
By 1900, in Pomfret, Chautauqua, New York, Pamela Clemens Moffett was living with her daughter, Annie Webster and her children. Annie Webster was herself a widow by then.
Pamela, 'Mark Twain's' sister died in 1904.
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