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McLucas-Lucas

Callie and Randy (View posts)
Posted: 15 Aug 2000 10:50AM GMT
My husbands last name was originated as Mclucas and at some point his ancestors dropped the Mc on the last name and it just became Lucas if any one has any info on our family please e-mail I would like to find out more about them thank you

McLucas/Lucas

Posted: 14 Sep 2000 3:59PM GMT
Edited: 2 Jul 2001 11:55PM GMT
Hi,
Are you sure the name originated as McLucas? My husband's name is McLucas and his ancestors' names were Lucas. Just a thought to consider. Do you have any other names? We have been searching Lucas and McLucas names...do know Thomas Lucas came over from Donegal, Ireland in the 1700's.
Joann

McLucas

Patricia (View posts)
Posted: 28 Sep 2000 5:24PM GMT
Joann: Are you speaking of McLucas from Little Cove. I'm still looking for McLucas information. Still having so much fun...
Posted: 5 Oct 2000 7:02PM GMT
Edited: 2 Jul 2001 11:55PM GMT
Patricia,
I am speaking of the Little Cove McLucases. I don't know how much info you already have but maybe we can exchange what we have. Do I know you?

MCLUCAS-LUCAS

MICHAEL LUCAS (View posts)
Posted: 13 Dec 2000 2:39PM GMT
I AM RESPONDING TO YOUR EMAIL ABOUT THE NAME MCLUCAS TO LUCAS.MY NAME IS LUCAS AS WELL,IT WAS ALSO ORIGINALLY MCLUCAS,OR MACLUCAS.WE HAVE BEEN TOLD THAT OUR NAME WAS CHANGED PERHAPS 100 YEARS AGO.WE WERE TOLD THAT WE WERE IRISH,SO WE THINK IT MAY BE MC.OUR RELATIVES ARE FROM ROXBURY MASSACHUSSETTS.~HIS WIFE WAS NAMED HANNAH BRESNEHAN,SHE WAS BORN IN NATICK MASS.WILLIAM EDWARD LUCAS WAS A PLUMBING CONTRCTOR,AND HIS WIFE WORKED IN THE NATICK MILLS.THEY HAD ELENOR,ELIZABETH,CATHERINE,MARY AND WILLIAM EDWARD JR.~ANYWAYS,IF YOU HAVE ANY INFO ON THE CHANGING OF THE NAME,PLEASE RESPOND TO ROSEBROOK49@HOTMAIL.COM

Lucas/McLucas

Michael (View posts)
Posted: 15 Dec 2000 7:36PM GMT
Hi Michael,
Thanks for your response to my message. That is really strange. My husband's name is now McLucas and was Lucas. His ancestor was Thomas Lucas who was born in Donegal, Ireland. Other than that, we have no further information on him. None of the names that you mention have come up in our research. Still, you never know...
Again, thanks for your interest and if you do discover anything further, I would appreciate hearing from you.
Joann

McLucas from Fulton, Washington and Franklin

Posted: 11 Sep 2008 6:08AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: McLucas, Lucas
Hi Patricia and Joanne,
I see you are focused on McLucas from the same are that I am helping a cousin research. Her husband's ancester is John McLucas buried in Fulton County. Could you contact me? We have just begun our search. She lives near there and is going to the county historical sites and I am putting together families based on censuses. It would be fun to meet other researchers of this family (or family lines) Thanks,
mumma6@yahoo.com

Re: MCLUCAS-LUCAS

Posted: 10 Nov 2008 8:09AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: McLucas-Lucas-Hartin-Bresnahan
My mother-in-law was a daughter of William J. Lucas of Boston and Hannah Bresnahan of Natick. William's parents, James J. McLucas and Catherine Hartin, were born in the Inishowen peninsula, Donegal. They married in Scotland, had 2 children in Scotand, and 2 in Ireland before immigrating to Boston, where they had 4 more. William McLucas was born at Endicott St, Boston, 11 October 1878. His older brother John J. McLucas was born at Collin, Glenmakee, Donegal, Ireland. He became a lawyer on State street and he officially changed his name in court in 1902. The rest of the family most likely unoffically dropped the "Mc."

Re: MCLUCAS-LUCAS

Posted: 5 Jan 2009 4:11AM GMT
Classification: Query
William J. Mclucas' sister Elizabeth is my great grandmother.Elizabeth married David O'Donnell born in Glenmakee, Donegal. I have info on the McLucas Hartin O'donnell families.
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