Lucinda Hall

(1839-1929) She was born January 14, 1839, and passed away on January 25, 1929. She was the eldest of six children born to Ira and Rhoda Abbey. Hall became a Seventh-day Adventist at an early age. Around 1860 she became an employee of Ellen G. White, serving her efficiently as a housekeep, copyist, and governess, as circumstances demanded. In 1861 she married William Hall, a pressman at the Review and Herald Association. William died in 1863 at the Abbey home in Brooklyn, N.Y. After the premature death of her husband, Lucinda was called again to join Mrs White. Again, she served as a copyist and traveling companion of Mrs White, traveling with James and Ellen White on their evangelistic tours from Main to California. When the ␣Signs of the Times ␣ was established in Oakland, California...

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.