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John Baptiste Charles Lucas

John Baptiste Charles Lucas, French congressman. member Pennsylvania House of Representatives, 1792-1798; member United States House of Representatives from Pennsylvania, 8th Congress, 1803-1805.

Background

  • Lucas, John Baptiste Charles was born on August 14, 1758 in Normandy, France. Son of Robert Edouard and Mistress (de l’Arche) Lucas.

  • Education

    • Graduate law department U. Caen (France), 1782.

    Career

    • Member Pennsylvania House of Representatives, 1792-1798. Judge Allegheny District (Pennsylvania) Court of Common Pleas, 1794. Member United States House of Representatives from Pennsylvania, 8th Congress, 1803-1805.

      United States judge for Northern district Louisiana, 1805-1820. Acting governor Mississippi Territory, circa 1813.

    Membership

    Member Pennsylvania House of Representatives, 1792-1798. Member United States House of Representatives from Pennsylvania, 8th Congress, 1803-1805.

    Connections

    • Married Ann Sebin, circa 1783, at least 3 children including Charles, James H. Came to the United States, 1784.
    • father: Robert Edouard
    • mother: Mistress (de
    • spouse: Ann Sebin
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    Born August 14, 1758
    Died August 17, 1842
    (aged 84)
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