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Lucinda Kinyon (Swarthout)

Death: (Date and location unknown)
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Daughter of Philip Swarthout and Charity Swarthout
Wife of Farnum Kinyon and James W. Coburn
Mother of William Henry Kinyon; George Benjamin Kinyon; Hyrum Kinyon and Joseph O. Kinyon
Sister of George Washington Swarthout; Nathan Moore Swarthout; Truman Swarthout; Hamilton Swarthout and Harley Swarthout

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About Lucinda Kinyon

Biographical Summary:

"...Lucinda (1818-1895) was born in Ohio. She moved with her mother (Charity Bates Swarthout Shepherd to Missouri and to Nauvoo, Illinois. In Nauvoo she met and married Farnum Kinyon. She belonged to the Women's Relief Society and signed a petition of redress to the U.S. Government on behalf of the Mormon people. Here she also had three of her children. Forced from their homes again, she was on the second Mormon wagon train to Salt Lake. On July 1 1847 while on the trail she had her fourth child. Farnum died in 1850 and in 1851 she left with her parents and brothers to move to San Bernardino. At the end of the trip she married James M. Coburn and they had 4 children. They lived for many years in a home that still stands on Coburn Avenue in the City of Colton..."

SOURCE: Submitted for Ardyn Fredericksen - her great, great granddaughterRetrieved from:

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Lucinda Kinyon's Timeline

October 1818
August 22, 1839
Age 20
December 24, 1841
Age 23
July 13, 1843
Age 24
July 1, 1847
Age 28