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Edmund Lucas

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1799 Born son of William and Ann Lucas in Millbank Close, Westminster[1]

1851 coal merchant living in Westminster with Ann Lucas 46, Ellen Lucas 18, Ann Jane Lucas 16, Elizabeth Esther Lucas 13, Caroline Lucas 10, Edmund Lucas 6, Florence Mary Lucas 3, Robert Lucas 2[2]

1858 Edmund Lucas, ironmaster, of Warners', Lucas and Barrett[3]

1861 Coal merchant and iron master, living in Westminster, with Ann J Lucas 26, William Lucas 24, publisher, Elizabeth E Lucas 23, Caroline Lucas 20, John W Lucas 18, apprentice engineer machinist, Florence M Lucas 13[4]

1864 Edmund Lucas, coal merchant, of Millbank St, Westminster, died in Wandsworth; one of the executors was Charles Borham Warner of 9 Jewin Crescent of Cripplegate[5]. He was 65 years 6 months old[6]

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Sources of Information

  1. Quaker Birth, Marriage, and Death Registers
  2. 1851 census
  3. 1858 Durham Post Office Directory
  4. 1861 census
  5. National Probate Calendar
  6. U.S. and UK, Quaker Published Memorials