LUCINDA McKEAG ZENDT
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Lucinda McKeag-Zendt [was] a woman who lived in the 1840s through the 1880s and married a Pennsylvania farmer who left for the West.
[After the death of her father Pasquinel], Alexander McKeag vows to care for Clay Basket and Lucinda. Clay Basket then reaffirms her love for McKeag, as he does for her. McKeag adopts Lucinda as his own, and leads his new family out of the mountainous regions.
[After the devestating death of Levi Zendt's wife Elly] Lucinda McKeag, now a grown woman, takes pity on Zendt and goes to his cabin to nurse him back to health. The couple begins a romantic relationship and return to McKeag's trading post. Zendt marries Lucinda and takes over the trading post when McKeag dies.
Levi and Lucinda have two children - Clemma and Martin.