Francis John Lucas. He was a British national living in Pittsburgh and was purportedly 22 years of age. He had been born 19 September 1892 and had been christened on 23 October 1892 in Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England. His parents were Joseph, a butcher born about 1848 in Herefordshire, and Eliza (nee Hanks; she had been born about 1854 in Worcestershire) Lucas; they had married in Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, 4 March 1878. In 1891, i. e. before Francis had been born, the Lucas family lived at Worcester Street in Bromsgrove. In 1901, he lived at Worcester Street in Bromsgrove. His mother Eliza lived there – she was advised as a butcher shopkeeper aged 46 – and his siblings were at the time Maria, 22, Joseph H., 21, Lucy, 13, and Annie, 11. He was said to be 8 years old. In 1911, he lived at 109 Dibble Road in Smethwick with his parents. He was described as a moulder. He stood 5’7”, had brown hair and blue eyes. He died in 1945 in Bromsgrove.
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