Unknown Lucas Earl of Pembroke

     Unknown died in Colchester, Essex, England. He was the son of Sir Thomas Lucas and Mary Byron.

Philip Lucian

     Philip Lucian married Margery de Lisle, daughter of Warin de Lisle and Alice de Montfort.

Kenneth Kempton Luck

(24 March 1905 - 14 September 1981)
     Kenneth Kempton Luck was born on 24 March 1905 in Mt Seymour, Tasmania. He was the son of William Luck of Mt Seymour, Tas & Frances Weeding who married in 1893 in Oatlands, aged 36 and 28. Kenneth was a Presbyterian minister at Victoria. He ministered at Learmonth, Bairnsdale, Buninyong and Tallangatta, then retired to Albury.
     Kenneth Kempton Luck was engaged on 20 April 1935 in Yarram. Annie Jean, youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs T G McKenzie, of Inveresk, Calrossie, Yarram, to the Rev Kenneth Kempton Luck, of The Manse, Yarram, son of the late Mr and Mrs William Luck, of Mount Seymour, Tasmania.
     Kenneth Kempton Luck married Annie Jean MacKenzie, daughter of Thomas George MacKenzie and Annie Littlejohn Fraser, on 21 March 1936 in St Andrew's Presbyterian church, Yarram, Victoria.
     Kenneth died on 14 September 1981 in 571 Codgell Street, Albury, New South Wales, aged 76.

Reginald de Lucy

( - between 1199 and 1200)
     Reginald de Lucy married Amabel FitzDuncan (de Lucy), daughter of William FitzDuncan Earl of Moray and Alice or Adeliza de Romelli.
     Reginald died between 1199 and 1200.

Child of Reginald de Lucy and Amabel FitzDuncan (de Lucy)

Maud Lucy

( - 24 December 1398)
     Maud Lucy married Gilbert de Umfraville 3rd Earl of Angus as his second wife. Maud Lucy was born. She was the sister of Anthony Lucy..
     Maud died on 24 December 1398.

Richard Lucy

( - 1213)
     Richard Lucy was the son of Reginald de Lucy and Amabel FitzDuncan (de Lucy).
     Richard died in 1213. He marryied Ada, daughter and coheir of Hugh de Morville. They left descendants.
     Richard Lucy and Amabel FitzDuncan (de Lucy), Cecily de Romelli or FitzDuncan, William de Fortibus Earl of Albemarle, Skipton and William de Fortibus were mentioned in 1302?. His daughtesr Alice wife of Alan de Multon & Mabel wife of Lambert de Multon/Moleton, Archbishop of Yok, were also mentioned.

Anne Ludlam

(28 April 1661 - before 5 July 1661)
     Anne Ludlam was christened on 28 April 1661 in St Peter's, Sheffield, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of George Ludlam.
     Anne died before 5 July 1661 in Sheffield, Yorkshire. She was buried 5th July 1661 in St Peter's, Sheffield.

Elizabeth Ludlam

(22 February 1662/63 - )
     Elizabeth Ludlam was christened on 22 February 1662/63 in St Peter's, Sheffield, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of George Ludlam.
     Elizabeth Ludlam was mentioned in the will of George Ludlam dated 28 August 1677.

George Ludlam

(30 September 1659 - )
     He may have married Maria Unwin, vidua May 29 1679 at St Peter's Sheffield, but this may refer to his father. George Ludlam was christened on 30 September 1659 in St Peter's, Sheffield, Yorkshire. He was the son of George Ludlam.
     George Ludlam married Elizabeth Dale on 12 February 1688/89 in Sheffield, Yorkshire.

George Ludlam

(say 1633 - 3 September 1677)
     George Ludlam was born say 1633 in Tinsley, Rotherham, Yorkshire. A George Ludlam was witness to will of John Bright of Sheffield dated 9 Nov 1654 [Ronksley #5299]. Tinsley is in the parish of Rotherham. He was the son of Thomas Ludlam and Unknown Cox?
George Ludlam was apprenticed on 24 June 1647 in Sheffield. George Ludlam son of Thomas Ludlam of Tinsley, taylor was apprenticed by indenture dated 24 June 1647, bound to (Robert) Brelsforth of Sheffield, cutler, for ten years from the date of the same indenture. George was a cutler from 1657, Sheffield, Yorkshire. He was not enrolled as a Freeman of the Company of Cutlers in Hallamshire, he may have worked as a journeyman.
     George Ludlam married Elizabeth Hinchcliffe on 26 October 1657 in Rotherham, Yorkshire. Tinsley is in the parish of Rotherham.
     George Ludlam married Sarah Swift on 26 April 1661 in St Peter's, Sheffield, Yorkshire.
     George Ludlam was mentioned in the 1672 hearth tax list in Darnall, Yorkshire, with 4 hearths.
     George Ludlam made a will dated 28 August 1677 in Darnall, Sheffield. The will of George Ludlam of Darnal, Gent/Yeoman, leaves his house in Darnal in which he lives to his son-in-law William Stear & Sarah his wife and the heirs of the body of the said Sarah with all his lands in lease there. Younger daughter Elizabeth Ludlam under age. Brother William Quixall, Esq.
     George was buried on 3 September 1677 in Sheffield, Yorkshire.

Children of George Ludlam

Margaret Ludlam

(19 June 1653 - )
     Margaret Ludlam was christened on 19 June 1653 in St Peter's, Sheffield, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of George Ludlam.

Martha Ludlam

(12 August 1657 - before 1659)
     Martha Ludlam was christened on 12 August 1657 in St Peter's, Sheffield, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of George Ludlam.
     Martha died before 1659.

Martha Ludlam

(26 February 1658/59 - )
     Martha Ludlam was christened on 26 February 1658/59 in St Peter's, Sheffield, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of George Ludlam.

Sarah Ludlam

(circa 1656 - before 17 July 1729)
     Sarah Ludlam was born circa 1656. She was the daughter of George Ludlam.
     Sarah Ludlam married William Steer, son of Robert Steer and Mary Trippet, on 13 March 1674/75 in St Peter's, Sheffield, Yorkshire. Note that a William Steare married Elizabeth Dyson at Wath upon Dearne 12 June 1673.
     Sarah Ludlam was mentioned in the will of George Ludlam dated 28 August 1677.
     The will of George Cox of Darnal, husbandman [witness? to George Ludlam's will?] dated 28 August 1715 names his cousins John, Charles, Ann & Benjamin Steer.
     In William Steer's will dated 27 August 1725 in Darnall, Sheffield, Sarah Ludlam was named as heir and executrix of the estate.
     Sarah Ludlam made a will dated 1 January 1728 in Darnall, Sheffield . She left her funiture to Ann Swift her grand daughter.
     Sarah died before 17 July 1729 in Darnall, Sheffield, Yorkshire. She was buried on 17 July 1729 in Attercliffe chapel, Sheffield. She was aged 73.

Children of Sarah Ludlam and William Steer

Stephen Ludlam

(15 September 1664 - )
     Stephen Ludlam was christened on 15 September 1664 in St Peter's, Sheffield, Yorkshire. He was the son of George Ludlam.

Thomas Ludlam

(circa 1610 - before 15 July 1657?)
     Thomas Ludlam was born circa 1610 in Tinsley, Yorkshire.
     Thomas Ludlam married Unknown Cox?. Thomas was a tailor in 1647, in Tinsley, Yorkshire. M2.
     Thomas died before 15 July 1657? In Rotherham, Yorkshire. He was buried on 15 July 1657 in Rotherham.

Child of Thomas Ludlam and Unknown Cox?

Thomas Ludlam

(2 April 1655 - before 26 September 1667)
     Thomas Ludlam was christened on 2 April 1655 in St Peter's, Sheffield, Yorkshire. He was the son of George Ludlam.
     Thomas died before 26 September 1667 in Sheffield, Yorkshire. He was buried on 26 September 1667 in St Peter's, Sheffield.

Theodor Bernhard Luestner

     Theodor Bernhard Luestner married Ida Ellie Dempster, daughter of Edwin Wafford Dempster and Ellie Holbrook Turner, on 27 May 1931 in St Mary Magdalene, Brinkworth, South Australia.

Susan Lukyn

(23 November 1577 - before 19 December 1643)
     Susan Lukyn was christened on 23 November 1577 in Ingham, Suffolk.
     Susan Lukyn married Thomas Bland, son of Thomas Bland and Rose Unknown, on 2 November 1600 in Ingham, Suffolk.
     In Susan Lukyn's will dated 23 May 1632 in Ampton, Suffolk, Susan Lukyn was named as executrix of the estate; His will mentions his wife Susan and his children Thomasine Rose the wife of Thomas Rose, Robert Bland, Mary Bland, Steven Bland, Susan Bland & Anne Bland.
     The will of Margaret Rust, of Ampton, widow, dated 24 April 1635 leaves 12 pence to four widowe in Ampton: to widow Bland, Brice, Drake & T.... The will was proved 19 September 1637.
     Susan died before 19 December 1643 in Ampton, Suffolk. She was buried on 19 December 1643 in St Peter, Ampton. Susan Bland, widow of Thomas.

Children of Susan Lukyn and Thomas Bland

John Lumley

Margaret Jane Lumsden

     Margaret Jane Lumsden was born in Greenwich, Kent, England.
     Margaret Jane Lumsden married Francis Cocksedge, son of George William Cocksedge and Roberta O'Neal, in 1863 in Victoria, Australia.
     Margaret Jane Lumsden married James Breen in 1871 in Victoria.

Children of Margaret Jane Lumsden and Francis Cocksedge

Margaret Lunn

(24 September 1637 - )
     Margaret Lunn was christened on 24 September 1637 in St Mary Magdalen, Canterbury, Kent. She was the daughter of John Lunne and Jane Johnson.

son Lunn

(circa 28 November 1641 - circa 29 November 1641)
     Son Lunn was born circa 28 November 1641 in Canterbury, Kent, England.
     Son died circa 29 November 1641 in Canterbury, Kent, ENG. He was buried on 29 November 1641 in St Mary Magdalen, Canterbury, Kent. An unbaptised son. He was the son of John Lunne and Jane Johnson.

daughter Lunne

(before 23 December 1629 - circa 23 December 1629)
     Daughter Lunne was born before 23 December 1629 in Canterbury, Kent, England.
     Daughter died circa 23 December 1629 in Canterbury, Kent, ENG. She was buried on 23 December 1629 in St Mary Magdalen, Canterbury, Kent. An unbaptised daughter. She was the daughter of John Lunne and Jane Johnson.

Elizabeth Lunne

(12 May 1639 - between 1708 and 1722?)
     Elizabeth Lunne was christened on 12 May 1639 in St Mary Magdalen, Canterbury, Kent. She was the daughter of John Lunne and Jane Johnson.
     Elizabeth Lunne married George Fawler, son of John Fawler and Beatrice Unknown (Fawler), circa 23 December 1663 in Canterbury, Kent. Married by licence. Elizabeth Lunne was widowed in April 1691 on the death of her husband George Fawler.
     Administration of the estate of George Fawler was granted to Elizabeth Lunne, on 21 April 1691 in the Rochester Consistory Court.
     Elizabeth died between 1708 and 1722?. George Fawler at the time of his death had a servant, John Cook junior, who was a shipwright in Chatham Yard. He now became a servant of the widow Fawler [ADM 42.151]. On his discharge on 25 April 1695, Abraham Chair entered the Yard as servant to the widow Fawler [ADM 42/150], being discharged in turn on 25 April 1702, when Francis Nelson then entered as servant to the widow Fawler [ADM 42.153]. He was still there in the last quarter of 1708 [ADM 42.157] but there is then a gap in the lists until the first quarter of 1710, which contains no servant of the widow Fawler [ADM 42/158]. She was buried on 11 October 1722 in St Mary, Chatham.

Children of Elizabeth Lunne and George Fawler

John Lunne

(circa 1598 - )
     John Lunne was born circa 1598 in Canterbury, Kent, England.
     John Lunne married Jane Johnson, daughter of Henry Johnson, circa 2 May 1626 in Canterbury, Kent, ENG. St Dunstan'sJohn Lun, barber, of St Mary Magdalen, Canterbury, at St Dunstan, Canterbury, & Jane Johnson of Grey Friars, Canterbury, maiden.. John was a barber surgeon in St Mary Magdalen, Canterbury, Kent, in 1626. John was present at Mary Lunne's christening on 11 December 1628 in Canterbury, Kent. John was present at Thomas Lunne's christening on 25 April 1632 in Canterbury, Kent. John was present at John Lunne's christening on 9 February 1633/34 in Canterbury, Kent. John was present at Margaret Lunn's christening on 24 September 1637 in Canterbury, Kent.

Children of John Lunne and Jane Johnson

John Lunne

(9 February 1633/34 - )
     John Lunne was christened on 9 February 1633/34 in St Mary Magdalen, Canterbury, Kent. He was the son of John Lunne and Jane Johnson.

Mary Lunne

(22 March 1616/17 - before 19 March 1626/27)
     Mary Lunne was christened on 22 March 1616/17 in St Mary Magdalen, Canterbury, Kent. She was the daughter of John Lunne and Jane Johnson.
     Mary died before 19 March 1626/27 in Canterbury, Kent, England. She was buried on 19 March 1626/27 in St Mary Magdalen, Canterbury.

Mary Lunne

(11 December 1628 - )
     Mary Lunne was christened on 11 December 1628 in St Mary Magdalen, Canterbury, Kent. She was the daughter of John Lunne and Jane Johnson.

Thomas Lunne

(25 April 1632 - )
     Thomas Lunne was christened on 25 April 1632 in St Mary Magdalen, Canterbury, Kent. He was the son of John Lunne and Jane Johnson.