Lucas, Thomas 1

Birth Name Lucas, Thomas
Gramps ID P991
Gender male

Events

Event Date Place Description Notes Sources
Birth [E1721] 1688 Prince George Co., Maryland  
 

Parents

Relation to main person Name Relation within this family (if not by birth)
Father Lucas, Thomas [P985]
         Lucas, Thomas [P991]
    Brother     Lucas, Charles [P958]
    Sister     Lucas, Elizabeth [P988]
    Sister     Lucas, Susanna [P992]
    Sister     Lucas, Sarah [P987]
    Sister     Lucas, Mary [P989]
    Brother     Lucas, James [P990]

Families

    Family of Lucas, Thomas and Ann [F0180]
Married Wife Ann [P993]
   
Event Date Place Description Notes Sources
Marriage [E2585]      
2 3a
  Children
  1. Lucas, Thomas [P994]
  2. Lucas, William [P996]
  3. Lucas, Sarah [P995]

Pedigree

  1. Lucas, Thomas [P985]
    1. Lucas, Thomas
      1. Ann [P993]
        1. Lucas, Thomas [P994]
        2. Lucas, William [P996]
        3. Lucas, Sarah [P995]
    2. Lucas, Charles [P958]
    3. Lucas, Elizabeth [P988]
    4. Lucas, Susanna [P992]
    5. Lucas, Sarah [P987]
    6. Lucas, Mary [P989]
    7. Lucas, James [P990]

Ancestors

Source References

  1. Import from GEDCOM (BruceWHEALTONExtendedGenealogy.ged) [S0000]
  2. National Archives and Records Administration: Civil War Pension Index: General Index to Pension Files, 1861-1934 [S-1789899468]
  3. Rootsweb: ID: I618 [S-1789899485]
      • Source text:

        Thomas Dexter came to America with either Endicott in 1629 or Gov.Winthrop in 1630. He brought at least 3 children, several servants,but there is no record of his wife. He settled in Lynn, Mass. in 1630, freeman 1631, built a bridge overSaugus River in 1633, also an iron works. He had many quarrels, wasdisfranchised in 1633. In 1637, with nin others, was a grantee ofSandwich, where he moved, built the first gristmill; also bridgeroads, and mills in Barnstable and Sandwich. Back in Lynn, 1638, bought two farms in Barnstable in 1646; in 1657oath of fidelity, and freeman again; the next 18 years were quiet. In1673 he moved to Boston to live with his daughter, Mary, wife of Capt.Oliver. He is buried in the Oliver Tomb in King's Chapel.