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Lucinda Coday/Cody Benton
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Birth: Jan. 1, 1836
Lawrence County
Indiana, USA
Death: May 18, 1913
Wright County
Missouri, USA

Lucinda (Coday) Butcher  (77)
                     GGGreat GrandMa (X3)

DAUGHTER of William Coday/Cody & Virginia "Ginnie" (Young) Coday.

WIFE of William "Wesley" Butcher. Married July 5, 1856 in Wright County, Missouri.  David Butcher, minister of the gospel performed the ceremony.  They were married 13 years until his death. Lucinda & Wesley had 5 children together.  
Wm Wesley Butcher died Aug. 19, 1869 leaving Lucinda a widow at age 33.

John Lee Butcher
Missouri Ann Butcher
Mary Elizabeth (Butcher) Smith
James Harrison Butcher (gg-grandpa)
Lawson Butcher

StepMother, raised as her own:
Sarah (Butcher) Allen b.1850-
Ezekial Butcher b. 1853-
Sarah & Ezekial were children of Wm Wesley Butcher from previous marriage before his wife died.

2nd Marr: Lucinda at age 38, married her second husband, Charles W Koontz (1849-1910), on June 3, 1874. They had 1 child: Cora Bell Koontz. They later divorced.

(Cora Bell (Koontz) Williams (1/4/1878-5/2/1956) Married on 12/23/1895 James L Williams).
(Children: Roy E, Howard O, Opal F, Mazie C Williams)

1930 census: James & Cora lived in Pawhuska, OK with son, Mayse or Mazie Williams.
1940 census: James & Cora lived in Strike Axe, OK with son Mays.
3rd Marr: Lucinda at age 53, married her third husband, William Benton, on August 29, 1889. No children were born.

1910 Census: Lucinda lived with her Daughter, Cora (Koontz) Williams and son-in-law, James L Williams.

NEWSPAPER OBITUARY: According to unknown newspaper article dated May 22, 1913, the following article appears:
Aunt Lucy Benton died at the home of her son-in-law J L Williams near Rembert, Missouri last Sunday morning. The remains were laid to rest in the cemetery near Bethel Chapel Monday. Mrs. Benton leaves numerous relations and a host of friends to mourn her loss.

Grave marker reads: "Tis hard to speak the word must we forever part".

Widow's Declaration for Pension, application dated October 10, 1891 when William Kitchin Benton died.

Name on stone is spelled incorrect as Luecnday Benton instead of Lucinda.

             ╰⊰✿ Rest in Pєαcє ✿⊱╮

               GGGreat GrandMa (X3)

Family links: 
  William R Coday (1812 - 1871)
  Virginia Young Coday (1814 - 1836)
  William "Wesley" Butcher (1830 - 1869)
  William Kitchin Benton (1820 - 1891)
  John Lee Butcher (1857 - 1943)*
  Missouri Ann Butcher Wood Long (1858 - 1937)*
  James Harrison Butcher (1862 - 1938)*
  Mary Elizabeth Butcher Smith (1865 - 1950)*
  Cora Belle Koontz Williams (1878 - 1956)*
  Lucinda Coday Benton (1836 - 1913)*
  Lucinda Coday/Cody Benton (1836 - 1913)
  William Coday (1841 - 1924)**
  Harrison Coday (1843 - 1921)**
  Elizabeth Coday Butcher (1844 - 1913)**
  Isaac Coday (1848 - 1924)**
  Henry Coday (1855 - 1924)**
*Calculated relationship
"Tis hard to speak the word must we forever part."
Broyles Cemetery
Wright County
Missouri, USA
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Originally Created by: Michael Kruse
Record added: Jul 30, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 74178398
Lucinda <i>Coday/Cody</i> Benton
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Lucinda <i>Coday/Cody</i> Benton
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Lucinda <i>Coday/Cody</i> Benton
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