Mary Lucinda (Stephenson) Atkins

(1844 - 1914)

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Mary Lucinda Lucinda (Stephenson) Atkins
1844 - 1914
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1844
Death
1914
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Mary Lucinda Stephenson Atkins was born in 1844. She was born into the Stephenson family and married into the Atkins family. She died in 1914 at 70 years of age.
Updated: February 06, 2019
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Mary Lucinda Stephenson Atkins died in 1914 at 70 years old. She was born in 1844. There is no information about Mary Lucinda's immediate family.

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In 1844, in the year that Mary Lucinda Stephenson Atkins was born, on June 6th in London, George Williams set up the first YMCA based on the idea of a healthy "body, mind, and spirit" - what he considered Christian values. Now headquartered in Geneva Switzerland, there are over 57 million worldwide beneficiaries and 125 national associations.

In 1864, by the time she was 20 years old, on February 25th, the first prisoners arrived at Andersonville Prison in Georgia. Andersonville became notorious for the conditions that Union prisoners endured. 500 prisoners had left from Richmond, Virginia the week before - eventually 13,000 prisoners would die at the prison.

In 1877, at the age of 33 years old, Mary Lucinda was alive when on November 21st, Thomas Edison announced his new invention - the phonograph. Recording sound was considered to be Edison's first great invention. On November 29th, he demonstrated the phonograph for the public.

In 1886, Mary Lucinda was 42 years old when on February 14th, the first train left Los Angeles for the East -by the way of the transcontinental railroad - with a cargo of oranges. Due to irrigation and the import of water, Los Angeles was the ideal place to grow oranges - which became a popular addition to Christmas stockings.

In 1914, in the year of Mary Lucinda Stephenson Atkins's passing, in August, the Panama Canal opened to traffic. Begun by the French in the 1880's and abandoned, the United States undertook further construction in 1904. After 10 years, and the elimination of malaria carrying mosquitoes (which caused immense delays for the French and the Americans), the 48 mile long artificial waterway - a series of locks - created a shortcut for ships traveling between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.

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c. 1540 - Apr 18, 1599 1540 - 1599
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c. 1790 - c. 1867 1790 - 1867
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May 27, 1755 - Aug 4, 1809 1755 - 1809
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c. 1759 - Unknown 1759 - ?
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c. 1728 - Feb 25, 1811 1728 - 1811
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Jun 25, 1679 - 1768 1679 - 1768
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c. 1714 - Oct 31, 1799 1714 - 1799
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Sep 10, 1799 - Apr 3, 1883 1799 - 1883
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1753 - Unknown 1753 - ?
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Unknown - Sep 12, 1810 ? - 1810
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1700 - Unknown 1700 - ?
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Aug 6, 1674 - September 1733 1674 - 1733
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May 7, 1665 - Unknown 1665 - ?
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Nov 24, 1676 - Unknown 1676 - ?
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c. 1685 - Unknown 1685 - ?

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1750 - Unknown 1750 - ?
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Jan 26, 1856 - 1933 1856 - 1933
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c. 1858 - Unknown 1858 - ?
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c. 1862 - Unknown 1862 - ?
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c. 1867 - Unknown 1867 - ?
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c. 1847 - Unknown 1847 - ?
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c. 1846 - Unknown 1846 - ?
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c. 1853 - Unknown 1853 - ?
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Jul 7, 1889 - July 1890 1889 - 1890
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1890 - 1915 1890 - 1915
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May 27, 1820 - Dec 29, 1895 1820 - 1895
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June 1887 - Unknown 1887 - ?
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1848 - Unknown 1848 - ?
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September 1849 - Unknown 1849 - ?
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Dec 10, 1768 - 1826 1768 - 1826
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1704 - Jan 10, 1763 1704 - 1763
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