|Furthest back Luckey that I have is Robert
Luckie and Isabella BAIRD Lancaster/Chester area
Brick wall Luckey is Nancy Agnes Luckey marriage to James BODKIN around 1800
Also am looking for more info on REV George
Luckey of Harford MD. He was a son of Hugh mentioned above
and a brother to my CAPT. Joseph Luckey father of Nancy Agnes above.
| 25 Mar 1999
|William Lucky,b 1801, amd his wife Nancy Ann Prewitt.||Jack Lucky|
|John Thomas Lucky married Millie Ann Benge.
According to later census records, they were both from Alabama.
Their son William Alfred Lucky was born in Anderson
County, TX in 1857. John Thomas died in about 1867. The family was
on the indigent family roll for Confederate soldiers in Anderson
County just before and after his death.
William Alfred Lucky married Gertrude Davis in the 1890's and later became Treasurer of Smith County, TX. He died in 1935. They had two daughters, Callie and Alpha.
Any information about John Thomas Lucky or Millie ann Benge greatly appreciated.
|Sarah Jane Luckey b VA m Peter Houston b KY 1765 d 1855. We have nothing on her ancestors.||Belinda Houston|
|BRICK WALL: Hannah Luckey, b. 26 Oct
1789, probably in Orange County NY; d. 24
Dec 1858, Augusta, Hancock County, IL.
Hannah m. Isaac Van Brunt 6 Oct 1810, and they had the following children: Julia Ann, Elizabeth, Sarah Mariah, Rulif, Amelia, Coleman Roe, Hannah Augusta, Frances Celia, Isaac, MDary Eleanor, and David Nefus.
On the 1800 Orange
County NY census, the following names appeared as heads of household:
John Luckey, George Lucky, Henry Lucky, John Lucky, Joseph Lucky,and Samuel
Lucky. On the 1810 census, the following names appeared:
|My Lucke ancestors are (youngest): Sarah
Hunter Lucke (b 11/24/1843, married Samuel Ross Carter in 1869 in Pittsylvania
County, VA). Her parents were Jane Lyle Saunders (10/28/1819-5/23/1899)
and William Hunter
Lucke (1/10/1818 in Richmond, VA; served in Civil War with Chatham Greys VA 53rd regiment with his future son-in-law). He was the son of Gustavus Locke, born somewhere in Germany 2/21/1775, died Richmond 4/17/1834. Does anyone have further information on this line? Sarah was my gggm.
|My brick wall is a James Lucky, born in Alabama in 1825, married Narcissa E. Cooper (b.1840, AL). Believed to have married about 1865 in TX. Had at least one child, a daughter, Margrett Lucky, b. 1869 in Wood Co., TX. Nothing in Census or Cemetery records for Wood Co. on them, so they apparently moved away. No clue on what happened to them or who his parents were (Narcissa was the daughter of H. A. Cooper and Malinda Amanda (Looney) Cooper). Do not even know where exactly in Alabama James Lucky was born.||Doris W.|
|My brick wall is at Robert Lucky married Sarah Hobbs. Robert born around 1789, They lived in Mecklenburg Co. NC. Sarah born between 1798-1800. Robert's will dated in 1863. Meck. Co. Thanks for any help.||Ken Luckey|
|My brick wall is William Luckey, who lived in Jefferson Co., Georgia. He married, 25 May 1809, Nancy LaFavor, who was born ca. 1793, and their son Samuel was born 1814 in Columbia Co., Ga. I've never been able to find William's or Nancy's families.||Chuck Glass|
|Robert Luckey B. 6 Feb 1760 , Rowan
Co., Nc . M Date Unknown, D. After 1833,
Bourbon Co., Ky. Spouse -Mary Holmes. Robert Was A Revolutionary
War Soilder. Only Known Child Is Hannah Luckey Fullerton , Who Died
After 1799 Gibson Co., Tn. She Is Spouse Of
Adam Fullerton . B. 1771 , Bridgeport, Montgomery
Co., Pa , D. 1 Jul
1820 Beckford Co., Tn., On Old Duck River Near Old Berlin. Their Children Were: Robert Luckey, James Robert, Mary Skillman, And William Holmes . My Luckey's Seem To Be Intermarried With Fullerton's, Kerr's, Holmes,Cowden ,
Adams And Steeles
|I have Benjamin Luckey and his wife Prudence.
He was born about 1798 in NY state. Benjamin
may be the son of John Luckey born 1760-1769. The 1840 census of Caroline
in Tomkins Co., NY has Benjamin Lucky with wife, 2 sons, and 1 daughter.
On next page of census is John Luckey and wife. He 70-79, she 60-69. The
1830 census of Orange Co., NY has same two families as next door neighbors
in Warrick township. John Luckey is not in Orange county in 1820 or 1810,
but may be in 1800 census of Orange Co., NY.
(There is a John Luckey in 1810 & 1820 censuses, but I don't think
it is same John.) Benjamin and Prudence had at least 4 children per census
records. Harriet ( My ancestor) is the youngest born in 1842 NY. In 1850
they are in Trumbull Co., OH with a Stephen
Luckey as a neighbor. He is probably their son.
That is all of my Luckey family info. I would love to have more!
| Our brick wall is one of two Alabama
Early Jackson Luckies that lived at the same time in two different by joined
counties, about 30 to 50 miles apart. Ours lived in Butler
County, the community of Monterey, present day Forest Home.
He is buried at Mount Moriah Baptist Church which was on or adjacent to
the Luckie property. He was married to Margaret Dorinda Yeldell
whose line we can get to 1670. He was born 14 Mar 1814 and died 15 Feb 1892. And he is supposed to have come to Alabama from Putnam County, Georgia.
We figure the other Early Jackson Luckie probably had to be a cousin.
|My Luckey Brick-Wall is _______Luckey (first name unknown) and Mary Jane Luckey (maiden name unknown). Their son, William Luckey was married in Parsons, Ks 12/24/1897. William Luckey died in 1935. William's brother was named Joe. His sister's name was Margaret, who married Lex Taylor. That is all the information that I have.||Patricia Luckey Levinson|
|My brick Wall - John Luckey b 1790-1794 -? was in War of 1812, married Mary (Polly) Baker, daughter of John Baker, Sr. & Elizabeth Williams. John was supposed to have come to Smith Co., TN with Mother, Nancy and brothers, Robert & James M. They were in 1820 census in two households. John Luckey died in Dekalb Co., Tn 1841. His son, Joseph Benjamin Luckey migrated to Madison Co., Tn. and married Susan Ann Baker daughter of Henry Baker and Nancy_____. I think John migrated down from KY to Smith Co., Need Fathers name and where John was born. Any help would be appreciated.||Marge Mayfield|
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