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Re: Kingsmill, Bacon, Nuthall time line
Posted by: Terrence White (ID *****7031) Date: March 30, 2008 at 18:04:00
In Reply to: Re: Kingsmill, Bacon, Nuthall time line by Melvin H. Lucy of 22

I too am descended from Daniel Lucy through his son Samuel and granddaughter Elizabeth Lucy (1657-1685) who married Philip Thomas (1652-1730), of Tuckahoe Creek, Henrico County, Virginia. Philip and Elizabeth's line to myself is as follows (all of this documented fairly solidly):
Elizabeth Lucy (1657-1685),
Michael Thomas (1673-1743),
Edward Thomas (1715-c.Feb 1760),
Susannah Thomas (1740-1819),
David Stephens, Sr. (c.1775-1837),
Nancy Ann Stephens (1812-c.1881),
Thomas Tucker Alexander (1850-1929),
Lillie May Alexander (1881-1974),
Martha Darthula Kelly (1915-living),
James Francis White (1937-living),
Terrence James White (myself).

I have also been attempting to research the parentage of Daniel Lucy (suspected to have been Timothy Lucy and Susannah Fanshawe, of "Valence House", Dagenham, Essex), as well as the Kingsmill connection. I recently obtained a great deal of online data concerning the royal ancestry of the Kingsmills.

I do indeed have some documentation on the Charlecote Lucys, and even a mention of a will for Timothy (the presumed father of Daniel), but I have not yet managed to obtain a copy or abstract thereof.

I would be very interested in learning what you know about these Lucys and Kingsmills that I should know about. I hope that when you read this, you will contact me at my e-mail address of


T.J. (Terrence) White

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