Lucas family members who served in World War 1

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Lucas family members who served in the Great War


Francois Marie Lucas and his son Francis Joseph, below, both served in the war. The father survived, but his son was killed in action


Three members of the family lost their lives while serving in the armed forces and a further 15 saw active service in World War 1.

The dates shown are often birth or baptism dates from our database, not necessarily those shown on service records, and parishes shown are parish of birth, where known, not the parish in which individuals were living when they joined up

Father and son

Sons of Frederick William and Alice Sarah Armstrong

  • Albert Denis Lucas (1896- ) (St H) Able Seaman RN
  • Arthur Henry Lucas (1898- ) (St H) Ordinary Seaman RN

  • Clarence Lucas (1900- ) (St H) son of John Philip and Mary Jane, Private, RJGB
  • Claude Le Geyt Lucas (1900- ) (St H) son of Alfred James and Mary Ann Esther Le Geyt, Private, RJGB
  • Francis Vesconte Lucas (1896- ) (St Mt) son of John, Private, Machine Gun Corps
  • Francis Philip Lucas (1888- ) (St H) son of Francis Philip and Augustine, ex-RMIJ, Private, Labour Corps
  • Henry Lucas, Mercantile Marine
  • Henry Thomas Lucas (St H), Corporal RAMC
  • James Lucas (1896- ) (St H) son of James and Anna, Private RJGB
  • Marie Lucas (St L), Private, Dorsetshire Regiment (probably Pierre Marie)
  • Peter Lucas (1878- ) (St S) son of Peter and Jane, Private, Labour Corps
  • Pierre Lucas (St P), ex-RMIJ, Private, Hampshire Regiment
  • Walter Yves Lucas (1891- ) (St P) son of Charles and Eliza, Gunner, Canadian Field Artillery, wounded
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