|Birth: ||Jan. 29, 1845|
"George H. Lucas was born in Williamsport, Warren County, Indiana, January 29, 1845, and is one of the eleven children of Ebenezer F. and Charlotte D. (Kent) Lucas, the names of the living being John P., William K., George H., Rebecca E., James H., Thomas K., Lloyd S., Kate B., and Charles.
Ebenezer Lucas was born in February 1807; he was a teacher, and afterward appointed Deputy Clerk of the Circuit Court of Warren County, and in May 1838 was commissioned by Gov. Wallace to fill the term of James Cunningham, deceased; he was also Colonel of the Sixty-eighth Militia Regiment, and Deputy Surveyor. In 1844, he was chief engineer on the Wabash & Erie Canal, and afterward general superintendent. He died in August 1871 having acquired both means and position.
George H. Lucas came to this county with his parents when he was two years of age. Except a few years' employment as a clerk, he has been a lifelong farmer.
August 12, 1873, he was married to Kitt Delaplane, to which union were born four children - Harriet (deceased), Charlotte (deceased), James and Kate Clare.
Mr. Lucas resides one mile east of State Line City on his farm of 144 acres (eighteen of which are timber, two and a half miles southeast), well drained, fertile, and productive of corn, wheat and hay. Mr. Lucas has served two terms as Township Trustee. He is an Odd Fellow, and an esteemed and worthy citizen." - Counties of Warren, Benton, Jasper and Newton, Indiana, 1883, page 178
Ebenezer F. Lucas (1807 - 1871)
Charlotte Dill Kent Lucas (1819 - 1877)
Kitt Delaplane Lucas (1846 - 1928)
James Finley Lucas (1878 - 1910)*
John Perrin Lucas (1841 - 1884)*
William K. Lucas (1843 - 1916)*
George Holland Lucas (1845 - 1917)
James Hook Lucas (1849 - 1910)*
Thomas Kent Lucas (1851 - 1918)*
Lloyd Sands Lucas (1855 - 1928)*
Kate Belle Lucas (1858 - 1910)*
Charles Lewis Lucas (1860 - 1895)*
Henry Lucas (1863 - 1864)*
Gopher Hill Cemetery
Created by: Lesa Epperson
Record added: Jul 01, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 20194934