14th January 1925
- Roger Carlyle left New York 5th April 1919 for Egyptian tombs.
- Travelled to Southampton, England on British steamship, Imperial Standard
- Research at Penhew Foundation, England, before continuing to Egypt
- Other Expedition members
- Sir Aubrey Penhew, British Egyptologist
- Dr Robert Huston, Psychologist
- Miss Hypatia Masters, photographer and archivist
- Jack Brady, Carlyle’s Friend
- Left Egypt for East Africa ~3rd July 1919
- Rumours debunked by Penhew of King Solomon’s mines. Claimed that journey was for a safari.
- Mombasa, 25th July 1919. Expedition leaves to “hunt” inland for Nairobi.
- 3rd August. Left Nairobi. Rumoured to be after “Biblical treasures” in Great Rift Valley, north west of Nairobi.
- Mombasa, 15th October 1919. Feared lost.
- 11th March 1920. Erica Carlyle, Roger’s sister, arrives Mombasa.
- Kikuyu villagers report murder of whites near Aberdare Forest.
- Joined by Mrs Victoria Post.
- 24th May 1920. Massacre of expedition confirmed. Believed to be work of Nandi tribesmen. *24+ dead. The bodies of the five named not found.
- 19th June 1920. Naudi tribesmen hanged for murder.