Descendants of Lois Singleton
Generation No. 1
1. LOIS2 SINGLETON (DANIEL1) died October 29, 1817 in Scott Co. Kentucky. She married THOMAS LUCAS 1775 in Orange Co. Va., son of JOHN LUCAS. He was born 1740 in Orange Co. Va., and died 1833 in Scott Co. Kentucky.
Children of LOIS SINGLETON and THOMAS LUCAS are:
i. WILLIAM3 LUCAS.
ii. JOHN LUCAS, b. 1766.
2. iii. ELIJAH LUCAS, b. 1779, Orange Co. Va.; d. 1864, Scott Co. Kentucky.
iv. STEPHEN LUCAS, b. 1791.
v. MARY LUCAS, b. 1792.
vi. RICHARD LUCAS, b. 1794.
vii. THOMAS JR. LUCAS, b. 1796.
viii. HARVEY LUCAS, b. 1798.
ix. ELIZABETH, b. 1800.
Generation No. 2
2. ELIJAH3 LUCAS (LOIS2 SINGLETON, DANIEL1) was born 1779 in Orange Co. Va., and died 1864 in Scott Co. Kentucky. He married MARGARET MOORE. She was born 1783.
Notes for ELIJAH LUCAS:
The Last Will and Testament Of Elijah Lucas is recorded in Will Book O, Page 257, Scott County Kentucky.
In the name of God,Amen. I Elijah Lucas of Scott County and State of Kentucky being in loe(sic) State of health but of sound mind in memory and knowing it is appointed unto all men to die doe(sic) make this my last will and testament First I recommend my soul to God who gave it and my body to be buried in decent manner and as it has been please God to bless me with a large family and some property I wish to dispose of it in the following manner. I leave all my property both personal and real estate to my wife Peggy her life time and wish herto give the children as they come of age or marry of such property as she can spare or as she sees that they need and as some of them has married and has received some property say(sic) Malinda has received about one hundred dollars worth Polly Boyce has received about fifty dollars worth Loas(sic) Patterson has received about ten dollars worth Elizabeth Reasor has received about one hundred dollars worth Nancy Perry has received about one hundred dollars worth William received fifty dollars worth Elijah has received fifty dollars worth Stephen has received fifty dollars worth and further it is my will that my wife shall not give securiy for any of her performances but at her death every one of my children jto have an equal part of all that I possess. Given under my hand and seal this 16th May one thousand eight hundred and forty three.
Test Elijah x Lucas
William Moore mark
Whereas all my children having been advanced alike it is my wish so to alter my will that at my wife's death my property sall(sic) be equally divided amongst them without any regard to the charges therein made and it is further my wish that that part that goes to each of my daughters shall goe(sic) to them& their children as witness my hand and seal this 14th January eighteen hundred and forty seven.
Test Elijah x Lucas
Joseph D. Nelson mark
Scott County Court January Term 1864
A writing purported to be the last will and testament of Elijah Lucas decd was this day produced in open court and the subscribing witnessess thereto J.D. Nelson &John Lucas having departed this life their signatures were proven by the oaths of John Jones and Jos. Lucas. Ordered to be recorded and filed January 18 1864
Att. James F. Beatty Clk SCC
Children of ELIJAH LUCAS and MARGARET MOORE are:
i. GRANVILLE4 LUCAS.
Notes for GRANVILLE LUCAS:
The Last Will and Testament of Granville Lucas is recorded in will book H,page 315,Scott County Kentucky
I Granville Lucas of the County of Scott and State of Kentucky being diseased in body but sound and disposing of mind and memory do make and publish this my last will and testament.
1st It is my wish that my mother Margaret Lucas have six hundred dollars to purchase a negro woman with the money to be left in the hands of my uncle Samuel Moore to make the purchase with.
2nd It is further my wish that my sister Polly Boice and her children have ten acres of land where she now lives. The line to commence on the hill so as to include the ten acres.
3rd It is further my will that my sister Elizabeth Reasor and her children have ten acres of land adjoining that of my sister Boice lying south of said land.
4th The balance of the hundred acres I wish to be equally divided between my other sisters.
5th It is my wish that my brothers Eliza Lucas and Stephen Lucas have my Osburne farm.
6th It is further my wish that my brother William Lucas have five hundred dollars in money as soon as collected.
7th It is my wish that my sister Nancy Perry have my gold watch.
8th It is my wish that a good substantial stone wall thirty feet square and five feet high be built around the grave yard and a tombstone over my grave.
It is further my wish that if there should not be a sufficiency of money collected that Eliza and Stephen shall pay th amount that is lacking And I do hereby appoint my Uncle Samuel Moore and my brother Eliza Lucas Executors to carry this my last will and testament into effect.
In testimony whereof I hereunto set my hand and seal this 22nd day of February eighteen hundred and forty four.
Test Granville Lucas (seal)
Joseph D. Nelson
Scott County Sct March Court 1844
The foregoing last will and testament of Granville Lucas decd was this day produced in Open court and proven by oaths of Joseph D. Nelson and Robert Evans the suscibing witnesses thereto and said will is ordered to be rcorded and is recorded.
M. Price DC for
Ben B. Ford Clk
ii. MALINDA LUCAS.
iii. MARY M. LUCAS.
iv. LOIS LUCAS.
v. ELIZABETH LUCAS.
vi. NANCY LUCAS.
vii. EVELINE LUCAS.
viii. WLLIAM MOORE LUCAS, b. September 25, 1812.
3. ix. ELIJAH M. LUCAS, b. March 23, 1814, Scott Co. Kentucky; d. April 18, 1883, Scott Co. Kentucky.
x. STEPHEN H.M. LUCAS, b. 1818.
xi. MARIAH JANE LUCAS, b. January 19, 1820.
xii. IRENE LUCAS, b. June 08, 1829.
Generation No. 3
3. ELIJAH M.4 LUCAS (ELIJAH3, LOIS2 SINGLETON, DANIEL1) was born March 23, 1814 in Scott Co. Kentucky, and died April 18, 1883 in Scott Co. Kentucky. He married MALVINA LUCAS. She was born 1824.
Notes for ELIJAH M. LUCAS:
The Last Will & Testament of Elijah M. Lucas is recorded in Will book S.,page 164,Scott County Kentucky.
Know all men by these presents that I ,E.M. Lucas of the County of Scot and State of Ky. being of sound and disposing mind declare this to be my last Will and testament. Viz 1st I desire and will all my just debts be payed. 2nd I desire and will my wife Malvina Lucas shall have all my personal property & have the entire use and benefit of all my real estate during her lifetime and at her death I desire will my said estate to be divided between my children as follows Giving to Sims Lucas Lot No. 1 containing eighty three acres and bounded as follows. beginning at a stone in Long Lick Pike corner to Wm. Sinclairs then run with his line S 88 1/4 degrees E. 88.3 poles to stone corner to Lot No. 6 then with line of same S 5 degreesE 160 Poles to middle of Pike then with same N39W 46.8 to corner S. Hamlink thence with line of his lines N4 2/3 degrees W 84.72 poles to stone N 30degrees W 4 to Elm N44 degrees E 15 to elm N27 3/4 degreesW 6 poles to stone then W 109.05 poles to middle of the pike thence with same N6 1/8degrees W 50 poles to beginning. Provided he pays to his sister Mary B. Jones two hundred dollars. I give to Granville Lucas Lot No. 2 containing fourty five acres and bounded as follows. Beginning at stone corner to Wm. Sinclair in Lot 1 then with same S10degrees E 60 poles to stone corner to Lot 6 then with line of same N18 3/4degrees E 10 poles to stone in line of Lot NO. 5 then with two lines of same N 79 3/4 degrees W 60 poles to stone N1 degree E 29.6 poles to stone corner to lot No. 3 then with line of same N87 degrees W 100.4 poles to stone S1degree W 4 poles to oak S87 degrees E 66 poles to stone then S1 1/2 W 114,4 to beginning exiting graveyard & passing same. And lot No. 3 I give to my grandson Owen fluke containing 50 acres & bounded as follows. Beginning at stone corner to Asa Owens then with his line W 99.8 poles to stone corner to Mrs Sinclair then with 4 of here lines S3 degrees E 16 S 13 degrees E 26.8 S ()1/2 degree W 23 S 1 degree W 15 3/4 poles to stone corner to Lot No. 2 then with a line of S87 degrees E 100.4 poles to stone in Lot No. 5 then with a line of same S2 1/2degrees E 84 Poles to the beginning providing said land is held in trust by Granville Lucas & the proceeds to go to said Fluke,said G. Lucas retaining 5 percent of said rents for his trouble & at the death of Fluke the land is to be sold and money divided between grand children. Lot No. 4 I give to my son Fabricus Lucas containing 45 acres bounded as follows Beginning at a stone corner to Lot No. 5 then () N 2 1/2 E 84 poles to corner to Asa Owens then with two of his lines N24 degrees 31.8 to oak N 32 1/2 E 77.8 to road then with middle of road S621/2 E 62.6 poles to W.P. Lucas then with two of his lines S56degrees W 9.08 to stone S2 1/2 90 poles to corner of Lot No. 5 then with said Lot to the beginning . Lot No. 5 I give to Maria Smith containing 45 acres. Beginning at a stone W.P Lucas line and corner to Lot No. 4 then a lineof same () to a stone in line of Lot No,3 then with same S2 1/2 W 80 poles tostone then S 49 3/4 E 14 poles to stone W Phinas line then with his N2 1/2 W 90 poles to the beginning and Lot No,6. To Clara Lucas containing 45 acres. Beginning at a stone in Long Lick Pike& corner to A.P Lucas then with 4 of his lines N 6 1/4 degrees E 61 poles to stone S 10 degrees E 56.73 Poles to Apple tree N 10 3/4 degreesE 128 poles to stone N 2 1/2 degrees W 48.6 poles to stone corner to Lot 5.then with line of same N79 3/4 () poles to corner Lot 2 then with a line of sameS19 3/4 degrees W () poles to the beginning. And to Mary B Jones all the tract of land bought of M. Wiley of Scott Co. Kentucky except a five hundred dollar interest of said farm owned by Garrett Powell. Done at my residence in Scott County, Kentucky this Dec 18,1882
C.B Glass E. M. Lucas
Simeon Hambrick (sic)
Scott County Court
May Term 1883
A writing purporting to be the last will and testament of E. M. Lucas Dec'd was this day produced in open Court was filed and proven by the oaths of wilfres Hambrick and C. B Glas two of the subscribing witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded. Done this 5 day od January 1883
Henry Noofe Clerk `
Children of ELIJAH LUCAS and MALVINA LUCAS are:
i. WILLENA5 LUCAS, b. 1843.
4. ii. GRANDVILLE LUCAS, b. 1845, Scott Co. Kentucky.
iii. CLARA A. LUCAS, b. 1849.
iv. FABRICUS LUCAS, b. 1852.
v. IRENA (SERENA) LUCAS, b. December 1853.
vi. MARIAH LUCAS, b. August 28, 1854.
vii. J.B. LUCAS, b. November 1856.
5. viii. SIMEON M. LUCAS, b. November 15, 1861, Scott Co. Kentucky; d. May 20, 1911, Scott Co. Kentucky.
ix. MARY B. LUCAS, b. 1866.
Generation No. 4
4. GRANDVILLE5 LUCAS (ELIJAH M.4, ELIJAH3, LOIS2 SINGLETON, DANIEL1) was born 1845 in Scott Co. Kentucky. He married ELIZABETH COPPEDGE, daughter of EDD COPPEDGE and ANNA. She was born 1842.
Children of GRANDVILLE LUCAS and ELIZABETH COPPEDGE are:
i. MALVINA6 LUCAS, b. April 1864, Scott Co. Kentucky; m. COPPAGE.
ii. WILLIAM LUCAS, b. 1869.
iii. WILLENA LUCAS, b. 1870.
iv. HOWARD LUCAS, b. 1871.
v. EARNEST LUCAS, b. 1874.
vi. MORRIS B. LUCAS, b. 1877.
vii. BABIE LUCAS, b. 1879.
5. SIMEON M.5 LUCAS (ELIJAH M.4, ELIJAH3, LOIS2 SINGLETON, DANIEL1) was born November 15, 1861 in Scott Co. Kentucky, and died May 20, 1911 in Scott Co. Kentucky. He married MARGARET HODGES. She was born April 19, 1863, and died September 10, 1942 in Stamping Ground, Kentucky Masonic Cemetary.
Children of SIMEON LUCAS and MARGARET HODGES are:
i. JIM6 LUCAS.
ii. JENNY CLAYBORN LUCAS, b. May 1885.
iii. OSCAR LUCAS, b. February 14, 1888.
iv. CLARENCE WILLIS LUCAS, b. March 07, 1891, Scott Co. Kentucky; d. June 19, 1960, Muncie, Indiana; m. ARTTIE GREEN; b. April 19, 1894, Franklin Co. Kentucky; d. November 14, 1969, Muncie, Indiana.
v. MOLLY GLASS LUCAS, b. 1904.