Lucie, James

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James Lucie

Son of John C. Lucie and Emma Lucie

Born about September 1877 at Tower Hill, Whitechapel, Middlesex

Married Louisa Beatrice Spooner at West Ham, Essex in September 1902

They lived at 54 Shacklegate Lane and had eight children.

A former conductor with Walthamstow Tramways, he joined London United Tramways Company around 1913.

A tram driver, mainly on the Tolworth and Richmond Park Gates Line, based at Fulwell Tram Depot.

Private (T.F.4295) with the Duke of Cambridge’s Own (Middlesex Regiment), 1/8th Battalion (Territorial)

Killed in action during an assault on the trenches at Zonnebeke on 23rd April 1915

Listed on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Arrondissement Ieper, West Flanders, Belgium (Panel 49 and 51)

Find A Grave Memorial# 12037052

Listed on Teddington War Memorial

Listed on St Michael's Church Fulwell War Memorial

Listed on Fulwell Bus Garage War Memorial (as W. Lucie)

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