|Birth: ||Jan. 26, 1847|
|Death: ||Mar. 14, 1905|
Lucy's parents were Lyman Phillips and Maria Kendall.
As a young lady, Lucy learned to shear sheep; to card and loom the wool; to make thread and dye it; and to complete the process from raw yarn into a finished garment. She also knitted, and it has been passed down in the family records that she knitted underwear for the entire family--both male and female.
She was also an experienced mid-wife and was in demand in her neighborhood and beyond.
Lucy married Moses Stephen Bryant abt 1866 in Bolton, Brome, Quebec, Canada. They had four children: Stephen Moses, Aaron Plummer, Harriet Meriam, and Lovina, all born in Quebec.
Moses was born 19 Jun 1814 in Enfield, Grafton, N.H. and died 5 October 1880 in East Bolton, Brome, Quebec, Canada.
Lucy lived and died at 508 Main Street, Leominster. Buried in the King plot in Evergreen Cemetery with her second husband, Charles Edwin King, her ranch foreman after Moses died. They married in Canada about 1887 and moved to Massachusetts.
Charles Edwin King (1847 - 1929)
Moses Stevens Bryant (1814 - 1880)*
Stephen Moses Bryant (1867 - 1958)*
Aaron Plummer Bryant (1868 - 1956)*
Harriet M. Bryant Gibson Wyman (1870 - 1941)*
Plot: Section 14, Lot 2?
Created by: Donald Tuttle
Record added: Dec 09, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 81753957
Rest in peace, second Great Grandmother.|
Added: Dec. 9, 2011