Lucina was the only surviving daughter of David Pattison and Olive Mitchel. In the following biographical sketch of Lucina's husband, which appeared in "Counties of White and Pulaski, Indiana -- Van Buren Twp", published by F.A. Battey & Co., 1883, Lucina is called "Cypha". In the records of the Church of Christ, of which the Pattisons were members, her name is given as "Cypha Lucina". However, on her marriage license, in her father's testament, in the census returns, and on her son Wilber's birth record, her name is written simply as Lucina, and it was most likely that name by which she was commonly known.
"David T. Lewis was born in Knox County, Ohio, January 3, 1843, and is the son of Peter and Rhoda Lewis, natives of the same county, and parents of seven children -- David T., William, Elizabeth, Anna, Louisa, Mary E. and Frank H. The father was born April 11, 1813, the mother in August, 1817, and they were married in 1839. The mother died in 1862; the father remarried, and still resides on the home farm in Ohio. David T. Lewis enlisted in September, 1861, in Company G, Twentieth Ohio Volunteer Infantry, and was discharged at Louisville, Ky., July 15, 1865. Returning to Knox County, he was married, March 29, 1869, to Cypha Pattison, who was born in Knox County, May 31, 1845. To this union were born five children -- Elma, Wilbur (deceased), Olive R., Rose L., and Harris A. Mr. Lewis came to this township in 1872, purchased 100 acres of land, and remained until 1876, when he sold out and went to Fulton County, where he lived three years, and then returned to Pulaski and re-bought his old place. Mr. Lewis is an Odd Fellow, and he and his wife are members of the Christian Church."
In April 1890, Lucina was living in Cohutta, Whitfield Co., Georgia, according to the Application for Probate of her father's will. She was still living there in December 1893, when said will was settled. I have lost track of her after that.