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Issac M. Luce (c.1862 - d.)

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Orren Luce (1896 - c.1973)

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George William Luce (deceased)

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Ella Luce (deceased)

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Charlie Luce (deceased)

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Abraham Luce (1800 - 1890)

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John Luce (1831 - 1911)

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Prudence Luce (1794 - 1804)

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Zephaniah Luce (1752 - 1830)

Zephaniah Luce was among the first bearing this name to settle in Industry. His ancestry runs back four generations to Henry and Remember Luce, the common ancestors of this numerous race in New England...

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Ezekiel Luce (1750 - 1817)

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Stephen Luce (1747 - 1760)

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Timothy Luce (1742 - 1835)

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Elijah Luce (1740 - 1804)

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Keturah Luce (1738 - 1739)

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Jane Luce (1736 - d.)

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Eddy Manter Luce (1807 - d.)

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Ambrose Luce (deceased)

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Eddy Luce (1775 - 1860)

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Temperance Williamson (1803 - d.)

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Francis Luce (deceased)

Returned to Martha's Vineyard and subsequently married Angeline Newcombe, of Tisbury. Sea Captain. Lost at sea.

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Almira Luce (deceased)

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Charles B Luce (1842 - 1864)

Member of Co. L, 1st Reg't, Me. Cavalry. Mustered in Dec. 26, 1863. Died at Mt. Pleasant Hospital, Washington, D.C., June 26, 1864.

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Mary Ann Collier (1831 - d.)

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George W Luce (1842 - 1842)

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Albert Ezekiel Luce (1837 - d.)

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Wealthy Norcross Luce (1835 - 1838)

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Joanna Norcross Williams (1828 - 1868)

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Sophronia Hilton (1826 - 1889)

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Ezekiel Luce (1791 - 1861)

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Patience A Philbrick (1807 - d.)

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Sophronia W Williamson (deceased)

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Samuel Dexter Luce (1814 - 1883)

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Mr Luce (1803 - d.)

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--- LUCE (1790 - d.)

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Luce (1876 - d.)

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Stephen Bleecker Luce, Admiral (1827 - 1917)

Stephen Bleecker Luce (25 March 1827 – 28 July 1917) was a U.S. Navy admiral. He was the founder and first president of the Naval War College, between 1884 and 1886. Read more:

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Vinal Luce (1782 - 1856)

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Cornelius Luce (1761 - 1813)

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Hezekiah Luce (1722 - 1809)

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Stephen Luce (1714 - 1801)

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Deacon Experience Luce (1673 - 1747)

Buried in the West Tisbury Village Cemetery Gravestone: Here Lyes Buried ye Body of Deacon EXPERIENCE LUCE Who Departed this Life Janry 2nd 1747 in ye 74th Year of His Age. For more i...

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Zephaniah Luce (1695 - 1779)

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Nancy Luce, Chicken Lady (1811 - 1890)

Nancy was an only child. After the death of her parents, she was a semi-recluse and the island eccentric. She kept hens for companionship, giving them exotic names. She wrote poems about them and when ...

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Philip Luce (c.1772 - d.)

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Thomas Luce (1743 - c.1810)

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Peter Paul Luce MP (1929 - d.)

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Henry Robinson III Luce, III MP (1925 - 2005)

Henry "Hank" Luce III was the eldest son of the founder and editor in chief of Time Inc. who held prominent positions at the company and went on to be head of the Henry Luce Foundation. He graduated ...

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VanRensalaer Luce (1828 - 1898)

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Stephen Ingalls Luce (1802 - d.)

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John Lassall Luce (1770 - 1845)

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Nathan Luce (1736 - 1816)

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Nathaniel Luce (1712 - 1735)

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Josiah Luce (c.1685 - 1727)

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Henry Winters Luce (1868 - 1941)

Henry Winters Luce was a Presbyterian missionary. He was father of Henry Robinson Luce, publisher of Time, Fortune and Life magazines.

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Henry Robinson Luce MP (1898 - 1967)

Henry Luce was the publisher of Time, Fortune and LIFE magazines. Luce, known to his friends as "Father Time," was born in Penglai City, China, the son of Elizabeth Middleton (née Root) and He...

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Clare Boothe Luce (1903 - 1987)

Clare Boothe Luce (born Ann Boothe) was the second illegitimate child of Anna Clara Schneider and William Franklin Boothe. Raised in New York City by her divorced mother, she attended private schools...

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Thomas Luce MP (1679 - 1727)

He was a husbandman. He and his wife lived at West Tisbury on Martha's Vineyard. He was killed while engaged in wrecking a stranded vessel. His estate was administered in July 1727 and divided among tw...

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Malatiah Luce MP (c.1710 - 1801)

He was a husbandman. Malatiah Luce and his wife lived at Tisbury on Martha's Vineyard. In 1757 he was a Private in the Tisbury Foot Company under Capt. Gershom Cathcart.

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Bethuel Luce MP (c.1741 - 1801)

He was a fisherman, fish curer and farmer. On 13 April 1759, during the French and Indian Wars, Bethuell Luce, age 18, of Tisbury, appears on a muster roll of Capt. Zaccheus Mayhew's Regiment. He also ...

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Abraham Luce MP (c.1579 - d.)

In 1608 a census of potential soldiers was made in Gloucester. The men were classified by age group (about 20, about 40, and between 55-60), and by build. Many Lewises appear throughout the county, but...

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Israel Luce MP (1605 - c.1640)

According to a theory put forward by Charles Banks, Israel was probably the father of Henry Luce , the immigrant to colonial Massachusetts.

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Henry Luce MP (c.1640 - 1689)

Henry Luce (c1640-bef Mar 1689), a tanner. He is often called a son of Israel Luce , but no proof exists. The theory was first put forward by Charles Banks in History of Martha's Vineyard . He was the ...

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