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Books by or about the LUCAS family

Origin of the family name

Famous or infamous 'Lucas' Characters

Family Didtribution in England

Facts regarding the family distribution

Some Suggestions for further research

 Baron Lucas of Crudwell

Widow from Ipswich

The Rev. Henry & Pro Hawking

Locations worth a Look:

St Mary's,  Bury St Edmunds





Gower Peninsula

Roanoake Island - the lost colony


South Carolina

Boutieres, France  - Chateauneaf en Boutieres

Westley The first known reference to the Lucas Family in the UK

Holkham Hall, North Norfolk

Colchester Castle Essex. Monument to Sir Charles Lucas executed during the Civil Wars  and St John’s Gatehouse of the former home of the Lucas Family in Colchester.

Little Saxham Church Bury St Edmunds

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The Abbey was one of  or possibly the most important places of pilgrimage at the time. The year prior to ‘Magna Carta’ the barons met in secret at Bury St Edmunds on account that it was the only place where they could all meet without attracting suspicion. Here they formed the initial draft.

Contains to Lucas private Chapel, however when Saxham Hall was sold to the Croft family they also took over the chapel, their memorials now dominate the Chapel.

Drone Footage of Saxham Hall