Family History


THIS LUCAS LINE OF MY ANCESTOR IS VERY SPECULATIVE. THERE ARE SOME ODDMENTS AT THE END WHICH MIGHT HELP ANY READER. IF YOU HAVE ANY AMENDMENTS OR ADDITIONS PLEASE E-MAIL ME Martis1@hotmail.co.uk

LUCAS

JAMES CLARK

Born: 1733 Bignor

Father: Richard Clark

Mother: Mary Steer

Baptised: 9/6/1733 \bignor

Married: 19/6/1762 Petworth

Spouse: Sarah Lucas

Born: 31/3/1737 petworth

Parents: John & Elizabeth Lucas

Baptised: 3/4/1737 Petworth

Or born 18/1/1741 petwoth daughter of Henry & Mary Lucas, baptised

Children: Fanny Clarke b 1763 Petworth

James Clarke b 1766 Petworth

Sarah Clarke b 1769 petworth

William Clarke b 1772 Petworth

Sarah Clarke b 1774 Petworth

James Clarke b 1774 Petworth

John Clarke b 1776 Petworth

MI petworth Ann daughter Sarah & William 13/5/1`809 (23)

His majesty’s sacred touch – certificates issued petworth churchwardens – Joane lucas 7/3/1693/4

Amn Lucas 24/3/ 1687/8

 

JOHN LUCAS

Married: 11/9/1740 Amberley

Spouse: Elizabeth Carpenter widow from Chichester

Children: John Lucas b 25/10/1740 Amberley

George Lucas b 5/8/1842 Amberley

Edward Lucas bapt 20.10.1744 Amber;ey

SARAH baptised 28/1/1742

John Lucas and Elizabeth

SARAH BAPTISED 3/4/1737

JOHN LUCAS

Born: 25/10/1740 Amberley?

Father: John Lucas

Mother: Elizabeth

Baptised: 1742 Amberley

Buried: 16/6/1775 Petworth aged 36

GEORGE LUCAS

Born: 1842 Amberley

Father: John Lucas

Mother: Elizabeth

Buried: probably 15/3/1788 petworth

His majesty’s sacred touch – certificates issued petworth churchwardens – Joane lucas 7/3/1693/4

Amn Lucas 24/3/ 1687/8

Henry lucas

Married; 18/5/1828 Coldwaltham

Spouse: Mary Andrew

Children: Mary bapt 31/3/1729 petworth

Ann bapt 26//1730 Coldwaltham

William 2/10/1733

Henry 26/12/1735 bur 27/3/1802 petworth

Henry Lucas bur 5/9/1795 – 14? 4?

Other Sarah Lucases were

Sarah married 5/5/1763 West Chiltington Thomas Bonniface

16/5/1762 Petworth William Moor

Sarah and William Moor

Sarah 28/3/18765/14/7/1765

William 5/1/1773

Willima 21/3/1771

Mary 5/1/1773

Ann 12/2/1770

Richad 8/9/1767

Jenny 12/4/1778

Elizabeth 20/3/1763

Rebecca 31/12/1775

William 26/11/1780

Sarah and Thomas Boniface had

Thomas Boniface 11/6/1764

Henry is possibly 3/12/11703 Filleworth son of William & Jane or 24/10/1695 son of Nicholas & Sarah

 

 

Fittleworth: Removal order: Henry LUCAS Par/86/32/2 1 Mar 1735

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Contents:
Subject: Henry LUCAS; married: Mary LUCAS; Petworth
Child: Ann LUCAS, 5y
Child: Henry LUCAS, 2 m
Child: Mary LUCAS, 7y
Child: William LUCAS, 3y

Case papers in Rex v. Rowland Harper at Sussex Summer Assizes; prosecution for sheep stealing with William Lucas of Petworth and Benjamin Baigent, workmen on the Rother Navigation. PHA/6310 1796

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Contents:
('No 48').

Notice signed by Edward Lucas, constable, to the overseers requiring them to list the substantial householders to serve as overseers and to attend a meeting at the Half Moon Inn, Petworth Par/142/29/2 1808

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Accounts of Thomas Stanley (and Francis Lucas, clerk of the kitchen), steward of the household, payer of foreign expenses and clerk of the works, June 1582 to Lady Day 1583. PHA/574 1582-1583

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mutilated at the head



Related information: See also G. R. Batho, ed., The Household Papers of Henry Percy, ninth Earl of Northumberland (1564-1632) (London, 1962).

James Lucas married 14/9/1747 Fleet prison Catherine Davis. He was husbandman from Brede. . She was buried 9/8/1786

Henry Lucas bapt 2/5/1755

Thomas Lucas bapt 19/6/1757 married 10/7/1780 Petworth Ann Goodyer

Sarah bapt 19/6/1789 bur 6/7/1790

James married 17/9/1796 Petworth jane granger. Jane buried 25/4/1791

George bapt 23/6/1782

 

William married 13/10/1785 Amberley Sarah Finch

Sarah bapt 7/10/1787 bur 8/5/192

Ann born 13/6/1786 baptised 9/7/1786 buried 15/5/1809 aged 23 spinster

William born & bapt 27/4/1794 buried 22/11/1794

John & Elizabeth

William Lucas born 28/7/1804 bapt 12/8/1804 bur 15/10/1806

Henry Lucas b 24/7/1808 bapt 28/8/1808 bur 15/5/1809

Jane Lucas bur 17/1/1807 infant

James Lucas married Ann

Charlotte Lucas Bapt 4/5/1790 bur 7/4/1811 spinster

William Lucas bur 20/12/1804 aged 63

John & Priscilla

James Lucas b 11/12/1795 bapt 17/4/1796 bur 27/6/1804

William & Elizabeth

William bapt 18/12/1785 but 13/6/1794

Rebecca bur 4/6/1794

Thomas & Susan

Thomas bapt 13/12/1747

Hannah bapt 15/8/1745

Fittleworth Lucas

William & Jane

William 30/12/1702

Henry 3/12/1704

Richard 23/5/1708

William & mary

Thomas 28/3/711

Mary 6/12/1713

Jane 8/7/1716

James 8/7/171627/10/1723

William m 12/5/1735 Fittleworth Elizabeth. He a manservant, she a maidservant

Elizabeth 26/4/1736

William 10/12/1738

John 14/4/1741

Lucy bapt 18/11/1742 petworth

 

John

Elizabeth 29/11/1729

Henry

Wilkliam 2/10/1733

Henry 26/12/1735 bur 27/3/1802 petworth

Henry Lucas bur 5/9/1795 – 14? 4?

 

 

Estimate for the building of a prison at Sutton Union Workhouse by John Clark of Sutton. PHA/6590 1819

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Bills for goods and services supplied by local and London tradesmen to George, 3rd Earl of Egremont; includes several bills concerning the volunteers and the yeomanry cavalry. Marked 'D' on the back of each bill.  PHA/8702  1805

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Contents:
Jas. Lahy, wine seller; Jn. Mullard, for flower pots; Ed. Evershed, coal merchant; Sarah Morris, for wages; Chas. Vincent Hill, for subscription to 4th Regt. of Foot; Nicholas Horn, for Westphalia hams; Turner & Page, for lead; Thos. Edwards, for refreshment for the Petworth Volunteers; N. Middleton, for a gold pin; J. Burgess, for refreshments for Midhurst Volunteers; Jane Steer, Yeomanry Cavalry Dinners; Edward Edwards, for refreshments for Storrington Volunteers; John Piper, fishmonger; Tho. Vernon, for money received to distribute to the poor of Sutton; Clement Clark, for information; Samuel Redman, for information; Hampshire Telegraph, for papers; William Hammond, for Geo. Wyndham's naval uniform; Ellenor Pett, for wages; Arnold Finchett, for lamps; N. Middleton, for inkstands, etc.; Wm. Jarrad, for bounty; John Stephens, accountant; May Foote, wife of former keeper at Goanah; Gabriel Pearce, Royal Horse Artillery; Elizabeth Flea, for wages; James Row, for goods bought at a sale