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Lucas, Nathaniel (1824–1852)

Nathaniel Lucas's death was not registered but family history states that he went to Bendigo during the gold rush and died there in 1852.

Peter McKay, A Nation Within a Nation: the Lucas Clan in Australia (2004), p 1402

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