Lucy Evans was born in Llahelli, Carmarthenshire, Wales on January 11, 1845.
Lucy Evans was the fourth wife of James Miller, his first wife was Margaret Anderson
and his second wife was Susan Lavender and his third wife was Levenia Andrus. James was
the third child born to Charles Stewart Miller and Mary McGowan and was born in Rutherglen,
Lucy's first husband was David Hugh Davis who was born on January 27, 1825 and died on
January 4, 1878 at the age of 52.David and Lucy were married on December 13, 1862 in Salt
Lake City Territory, Utah. Lucy married James Miller on September 28, 1894 in Spanish
Fork, Utah County, Utah.
James, his father and mother along with ten brothers and sisters left Scotland in 1848
and spent six weeks crossing the ocean landing in New Orleans, Louisiana. From there, they
traveled up the Mississippi River to St. Louis, Missouri.
James Miller was very lonley after his wife Margaret Ann Passed away and he
was separated from his second wife Aunt Lavenia. Ehey had separated in about
1885. One of his dearest friends, David H. Davis, his bookkeeper in the Spanish
Fork COOP, had also died. His children had all married and had left. He and Lucy
Davis, David H. Davis's widow decided to go to the Temple and be married for time
only. The were companionable and happy for eleven years before Lucy passed away.
While they were together they raised a lovely old fashioned garden, may of us
remember the old fashioned Roses, Blue Flags, Lardspur, Old Man and Sweet Balm,
Canterbury Bells and Sweet William. We all had many pleasant visits in their small
home. The following is a copy of the invitation to their