Lucy Walker Kimball

Birth
Apr 30, 1826
Peacham, Vermont
Death
Oct 1, 1910
Salt Lake City, Utah

Lucy Walker Kimball was born in Peacham, Vermont, before relocating to Ogdensburg, New York in 1834, where she was baptized into The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in 1835; she witnessed the Hawn’s Mill attack in Missouri and later settled in Quincy, Illinois, and then Nauvoo by 1841. Lucy became a plural wife to Joseph Smith in May 1843 and later married Heber C. Kimball; she journeyed to Winter Quarters, migrated to the Salt Lake Valley in 1848, and eventually settled in Provo, Utah Territory, in 1868 before returning to Salt Lake City where she passed away.

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