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Lucinda Mangum was born 20 July 1826 in Pickensville, Pickens County, Alabama to John Mangum (1763-1843) and Rebecca Canida (1785-1847) and died 23 February 1903 St Johns, Apache County, Arizona of unspecified causes. He married James Richey (1821-1890) 28 March 1846 in Nauvoo, Hancock County, Illinois.

St. George Pioneers of 1861-62

This person was is listed on the Encampment Mall Memorial - a list of over 300 LDS Pioneer Families that helped to settle St. George, Utah in 1861. They were part of the "Dixie Cotton Mission" called by President Brigham Young to raise cotton and other southern crops in the warmer climate of Washington County, Utah.

St. John's Relief Society President (1880-93)

Lucinda was the first president for the St. Johns Arizona Stake (circa 1880-1893).

Report about the St. Johns Arizona Relief Society, printed in The Woman's Exponent, 01-Nov-1893.

ST. JOHN.(sic) In reading our interesting little paper the EXPONENT we often see the reports from other places but seldom anything from St. John's Arizona and as our Relief Society was reorganized on the 4th of March, we thought it proper to report the same. Sister Lucinda Richey was our esteemed president for thirteen years but being in poor health and advanced in years felt it too great a responsibility and therefore tendered her resignation. She was loved for her kind and loving manner and motherly counsel. Her life has been of of usefulness having raised a large family living mostly on the frontier, and passing through many trials incident to such a life. The following were chosen officers Anna D. Kempe President, Claudina Jensen and Elizabeth N. Gibbons, Counselors R.E. Berry Secretary, Christina Johnson Treasurer, Anna L. Anderson Ass't. Our meetings are held regularly and fairly well attended. We hold meetings every other Thursday our testimony meetings on fast days. We have fifty four members own real estate worth $2,740. also 109.60 in property and $350 cash. The people here are feeling much encouraged this year as we have blessed with rains and the gardens and young orchards look thrifty as does also the fields where crops were planted. Some did not plant as we have suffered greatly from drouth and grasshoppers the past three years but we have neither to complain of this year. E.R. BERRY, SEC.






Children


Offspring of James Richey (1821-1890) and Lucinda Mangum
Name Birth Death Joined with
James Moroni Richey (1848-1930) 16 April 1848 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah, United States 12 February 1930 St. Johns, Apache County, Arizona, United States Mary Ann Chapman (1872-1973)
Lovina Richey (1849-1851) 1849 Manti, Sanpete County, Utah, United States 1851 Manti, Sanpete County, Utah, United States
Lucinda Charlotte Richey (1851-1940) 28 October 1851 Manti, Sanpete County, Utah, United States 13 January 1940 St. Johns, Apache County, Arizona, United States William Hubbell Sherwood (1844-1896)
John William Richey (1854-1854) 26 March 1854 Manti, Sanpete County, Utah 28 October 1854 Manti, Sanpete County, Utah
Joseph Benjamin Richey (1855-1926) 8 September 1855 Manti, Sanpete County, Utah 9 January 1926 St Johns, Apache County, Arizona Naomi Eugenia Pace (1861-1886)
Alice Lydia Platt (1866-1903)
Eliza Jane Prather (1872-1956)
Ruth Rebecca Richey (1857-1930) 19 October 1857 Manti, Sanpete County, Utah, United States 15 August 1930 St. Johns, Apache County, Arizona, United States John Franklin Sherwood (1852-1937)
Margaret Emily Richey (1860-1942) 22 September 1860 Washington, Washington County, Utah, United States 24 August 1942 Holbrook, Navajo County, Arizona, United States Joseph Bowman Patterson (1853-1933)
Erastus Richey (1862-1862) 21 January 1862 St. George, Washington County, Utah 23 September 1862 St. George, Washington County, Utah
Elenor Jane Richey (1864-1898) 8 November 1864 Washington, Washington County, Utah, United States 28 August 1898 St. Johns, Apache County, Arizona, United States John Thomas Patterson (1860-1942)
Jemima Susana Richey (1867-1945) 29 April 1867 Toquerville, Washington County, Utah, United States 28 November 1945 San Diego, San Diego County, California, United States William Arthur Tenney (1862-1918)



Siblings


Offspring of John Mangum (1763-1843) and Rebecca Canida (1785-1847)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Jemima Catherina Mangum (1809-1848) 14 September 1809 Lebanon, Warren County, Ohio 23 April 1848 Mt. Pisgah, Union County, Iowa Samuel Jefferson Adair (1806-1889)
William Mangum (1811-1888) 25 December 1811 Maury, Tennessee 26 February 1888 Circleville, Piute County, Utah Sarah Ada Adair (1815-1852)
Sarah Delight Potter (1828-1905)
Rebecca Frances Mangum (1814-1890) 10 August 1814 Giles County, Tennessee, United States 1890 Bisbee, Cochise County, Arizona, United States Joseph Adair (1806-1858)
John Wesley Adair (1820-1903)
John Mangum (1817-1881) 10 June 1817 Springville, St. Clair County, Alabama 27 April 1881 Alpine, Apache County, Arizona Mary Ann Adair (1822-1892)
Ellen Bardsley (1819-1864)
Mary Hamblin (1853-1871)
James Mitchell Mangum (1820-1888) 14 February 1820 Springville, St. Clair County, Alabama 14 February 1888 Nutrioso, Apache County, Arizona Eliza Jane Clark (1827-1859)
Rebecca Frances Mangum (1843-1928)
Joseph Eastland Mangum (1822-1848) 1822 Pickens County, Alabama 1848 Iowa Arta Emaline Hanna (1825-1909)
Virginia Jane Mangum (1824-1904) 14 July 1824 Maury, Tennessee 9 November 1904 Beardon, Okfuskee County, Oklahoma George Washington Crawford (1810-1880)
Lucinda Mangum (1826-1903) 20 July 1826 Pickensville, Pickens County, Alabama 23 February 1903 St Johns, Apache County, Arizona James Richey (1821-1890)


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