Not much is known right now about Lucy, but her granddaughter Helen Hetherington Dunn says that she told her children that she, all of her family, and the neighbors all gathered to watch Mark Hopkins (her uncle, according to family legend) leave with others in a wagon train of covered wagons for California, where he became very wealthy.
This may never be proven, though. The story goes that Mark and Mose (Hopkins) were brothers. Mose stole a horse, which was a hanging offense then, so Mark took Mose with him to California. (And here, we thought we were descended from a signer of the Declaration of Independence, but our claim to fame might be a horse thief!)
Thomas Arthur Turner, son of Lucy and BK, became an attorney who helped President V. C. Kays establish Jonesboro A & M college, and became the youngest man ever to serve in the Arkansas State Senate in 1908, 1909 and 1911. He spent several years researching family genealogy in an unsuccessful attempt to prove a connection in the Mark Hopkins estate disputes. (Mark's widow married her interior decorator, and the bulk of the estate went to him and his heirs.)