She and her children must have traveled some time between 1853 and 1859 because she had a son in Massachusetts in 1853 and first documentation to place her in the Valley is a record for the rebaptism of Priscilla Hammond Sargeant in the Salt Lake 17th Ward in 1859. That record confirms her birth date and lists her parents as Isaac Dunham and Betsy Savory. Further research is needed to narrow the year of her travel, and identify the name of the company she traveled with.
In the 1860 Utah census, she is listed under a married name of Sargent. Her death records list her as Priscilla H. Lincoln, who died in San Francisco, California.