|Birth: ||Dec. 23, 1823|
|Death: ||Jul. 24, 1906|
Lucinda Shipman Austin Callahan Campbell was the daughter of Olive Lee. Her father was listed as Daniel Shipman. She was born in Athens, Leeds, Ontario.
When she was two and a half,she was placed in the care of Agnes Nancy (Nicol) Austin and William Austin as Olive's new husband insisted. She spent her early childhood in Hammond, St. Lawrence Co., NY.
When Lucinda was about 16 yrs. old she married Thomas William Callahan. Thomas and Lucinda were endowed in the Nauvoo Temple February 7, 1846. They had four children. Lucinda became a well respected mid-wife and known to have traveled with the Captain Willard Richards Company of 1848 from NY to Utah to the Salt Lake Valley on October 7th, 1848 and were among the first settlers.
1. Alma Austin Callahan b. Nov. 18, 1840 Hammond, NY
2. Andrew Nicol Callahan b. Jul. 14, 1843 Nauvoo,IL
3. Amasa Lyman Callahan b. Jan. 30, 1845 Nauvoo,IL
4. Agnes Ann Callahan b. Dec. 3, 1846, Winter Quarters ,Omaha Neb.
Her husband, Thomas, left Nauvoo, IL with the Mormon Battalion that fought in the Mexican American War. He did not get in touch with Lucinda for 7 years.
Lucinda, thinking her husband was dead, asked Brigham Young for permission to marry widower Private Jonathan Campbell Jr. (1812-1886) formerly with the Mormon Battlion Company E.
Eventually Jonathan and Lucinda had eight children. Three died as infants, another died at two and another at thirteen.
Lucinda and Jonathan's children:
1. Jonathan Campbell III b. 14 Nov 1853 North Ogden, Weber, UT c: 4 Dec 1853 in North Ogden, UT. m. Sarah Joiner Raleigh Campbell (1859 - 1945)
2.Louisa Jane Campbell b. 15 Sep 1856 North Ogden, Weber, UT
3. Rhoda Ann Richards Campbell b. 1 Sep 1858 in North Ogden, Weber, UT
4. Heleman Campbell b. 15 Feb 1860 North Ogden, Weber, UT
5. William Campbell b. 27 Dec 1863 North Ogden, Weber, UT
Lucinda divorced Jonathan in 1864 after he married his niece, Phebe Ann Campbell. Lucinda received land, goods a house, and cattle in the settlement. Some years later they remarried but never lived in the same house again. Lucinda lived out the remainder of her years with her children and died in Lewisville, ID at the home of her son Jonathan Campbell III.
Thomas William Callahan (1812 - 1889)*
Jonathan Campbell (1812 - 1886)*
Andrew Nicol Callahan (1843 - 1917)*
Agnes Ann Callahan Rose (1846 - 1887)*
Lucinda Phoebe Campbell Naf (1850 - 1929)*
Jonathan Campbell (1853 - 1933)*
Amasa Lyman Callahan (1866 - 1936)*
Wife of Johnathan Campbell. There is a bright region above, We long to reach its shore, To join with dear ones we love, Not lost but gone before
Maintained by: Evelyn Rowe Nelson
Originally Created by: Collins Crapo
Record added: Jun 13, 2005
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