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Lucas, Charles Thomaslocked

(1820–1895)
  • M. H. Port

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Lucas, Charles Thomas (1820–1895), public works contractor, was born on 26 October 1820 in Greenland Place, Cromer Street, St Pancras, London, the second son and fourth child of James Jonathan Hughes Lucas, a plasterer, said to be of Norfolk and Quaker descent, but born and baptized in the ...

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