Zina Diatha <I>Baker</I> Huntington


Zina Diatha Baker Huntington

Plainfield, Sullivan County, New Hampshire, USA
Death 8 Jul 1839 (aged 53)
Nauvoo, Hancock County, Illinois, USA
Burial Nauvoo, Hancock County, Illinois, USA
Memorial ID 20179268 View Source
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Daughter of Dr. Oliver Baker and Dorcas Dimick

Married William Huntington, 28 Nov 1805, Meriden, Sullivan, New Hampshire

Children - Zina Diantha Huntington, Oliver Boardman Huntington, Chauncey Dyer Huntington, Nancy Huntington, Baby Boy Huntington, John Dickenson Huntington, William Dresser Huntington, Dimmock Baker Huntington, Adaline Elizabeth Huntington, Prescendia Lathrop Huntington

History - The Huntington family was contacted by Hyrum Smith and David Whitmer, missionaries of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. With the exception of the oldest son, the entire family joined the newly formed church.

After receiving advice from Joseph Smith, Sr., William sold their property and relocated to the Church's headquarters in the community of Kirtland, Ohio. They moved again to Far West, Missouri.

They arrived in Far West at a time of violence between Missouri residents and the newly arrived Mormons. After Missouri Governor Lilburn Boggs issued the Extermination Order, William helped coordinate the evacuation of church members to Illinois.

During an 1839 cholera epidemic in Nauvoo, Illinois, Mother Zina and daughter Zina became ill. Mother Zina died but daughter Zina recovered after receiving care in the home of Joseph and Emma Smith.


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  • Added: 30 Jun 2007
  • Find a Grave Memorial 20179268
  • Find a Grave, database and images ( : accessed ), memorial page for Zina Diatha Baker Huntington (2 May 1786–8 Jul 1839), Find a Grave Memorial ID 20179268, citing Old Nauvoo Burial Grounds, Nauvoo, Hancock County, Illinois, USA ; Maintained by SMSmith (contributor 46491005) .