Ken Lucier's Homepage: Family History, Genealogy, and Civil War Ancestors
My Family History, Genealogy, and Civil War Ancestors

These pages are about my Family History, Genealogy, and Civil War ancestors. My Lucier ancestors, Charles Lucier (Lussier) and Ellen Labor (Hélène Labarre-Genest), emigrated from Saint Hyacinthe, Quebec, Canada, to Enosburg, Vermont around 1849. In 1854 the family moved to Medina, Ohio. In 1856 they moved back to Enosburg where they lived until the spring of 1860, at which time they moved permanently to Jay, Vermont. Visit the Index of Family Photograph Pages to view photographs of Charles, Ellen and family.


It appears that most of the Lucier's were farmers. Child's Gazetteer of Lamoille and Orleans Counties, 1883-1884 show Charles Lucier has a sugar orchard with 1000 trees, a dairy of 14 cows, breeds grade Jersey cattle and is a farmer with 200 acres. His sons are also listed: Gilbert being a town representative, lumberman and farmer with 50 acres, George L. a lumberman and farmer with 37 acres, and Charles Abraham a farmer with 25 acres.


My King ancestors are Clara Belle King Lucier, wife of Charles Abraham Lucier, daughter of William King and Mary Bombardier. William August King (Guillaume Augustin Roy) is the son of Charles King (Charles Jean-Baptiste Roy). Charles lived to be 107 years old. Visit the Index of Family Photograph Pages to view photographs of Charles, William and family. I have many photographs of unknown King family members. Please visit Unknown King Family Photographs - Adults and Unknown King Family Photographs - Children.

Information on my Wilk ancestors can be found here.
Information on my Hojnowski ancestors can be found here.
- Online Database -
Major Surnames: Bombardier, Brissette, Favreau, Furtek, Gagnon, Genest, Hall, Herman, Hojnowski, Kelly, King, Labarre, Labor, Lucia, Lucier, Lussier, Metot, Methot, Ouimet, Platt, Rankin, Roy, Wilk.
The database now has 2539 individuals, 1019 families. (Updated 23 June 2002)
Due to unforeseen problems, I have made the online database password protected. If you wish to view the online database, e-mail me at click here for e-mail address and I will provide you with the password. Please accept my apologies for this inconvenience. Some of the pages will take longer to download due to the encryption which is used. It is recommend that you join TRIPOD.COM and use the below method to view the database.
Index of Persons.
List of Surnames.
If you are a member of TRIPOD.COM, e-mail me at click here for e-mail address and provide me with your user name. I will then place you on the access list to view the unencrypted database. The pages load MUCH faster when using this method.
Index of Persons.
List of Surnames.
It is now possible to input your genealogy data directly to me using the Ancestor Input Form. If you find a connection it is very important that you fill out the form. Please share what you have with others.
- Civil War Ancestors -
Below each ancestors name are selected documents taken from their Military Records or Pension Files and additional information from other sources.
  1. Charles Lucier, 2nd United States Sharpshooters, Company "E". Charles Lucier is my great-great-grandfather. He is the father of Gilbert Lucier.
  2. Gilbert C. Lucier, 11th Vermont Infantry, Company "F". Gilbert Lucier is my great-granduncle. He is the son of Charles Lucier.
  3. Nelson King, 5th Vermont Infantry, Company "A". Nelson King is my great-great-uncle. He is the brother of Clara Belle King (Lucier), my great-grandmother. He is also the brother of Lucy Ann King (Lucier), Gilbert Lucier's wife.
    • Additional data on Nelson King is at the link above.
  4. George C. Platt, 6th United States Cavalry, Troop "H". George C. Platt is my great-great grandfather. He was awarded the Medal of Honor for action at Fairfield, Pennsylvania, on 3 July 1863.
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