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Re: Henry Lux, Elizabeth French , from Ill.
Posted by: vit Date: June 11, 2000 at 20:09:19
In Reply to: Henry Lux, Elizabeth French , from Ill. by Steve Rupp of 371

I found that there was some Lux families in Easton, Pa around the beginning of the 1900's. At some point in the mid 1800's there was a Henry Lux in NY he was a second Lt. with the 5th regiment int 2nd Brigade in the 1st division of the militia of NY and was discharged on 10-14-1853. I think the same guy was "Henry Lux Colonel of the Eleventh Regiment of Infantry, 4th Brigade, 1st Division National Guard State of NY with rank from December 13, 1867. He also served in the Civil War as a Colonel I think. Henry Lux was indentured to a shoemaker in New York City in 1838 I think. Henry's father was Jacob Lux. I think that one of Henry's sons Joseph A. Lux was of Easton,Pa. Joseph was married to Susan V. Lux. There also was a Lillie(?) C. Lux SS#172-26-6430.
Joseph died prior to 2-7-1917 as per Register of wills of Northhampton Co, PA.
I hope this helps. Good luck

If this is your guy let me know I have several documents that can be copied.


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