Welcome to my family history blog, the eLuceydator. My name is Dave Lucey and my passion for genealogy began 20 years ago, when my father told me about a typewritten “memorandum” written by Jack Ineson that detailed my 2nd great-grandfathers family (which Jack had married into). Since I got my hands on that copy, I’ve documented most lines back to the early 1800’s and found several new cousins along the way. My lines are mainly from Ireland (Kerry and Cork), Lithuania, Germany and Italy.
By way of this blog, I hope to preserve some family stories, document brick walls and hopefully provide future generations of my family the head-start that the Ineson memorandum gave me. It would be nice to meet more cousins as well! Hit the “Hey, we’re related!” page and send me a message.
The name eLuceydator came from a inter-company newsletter that I found from the Lucey Manufacturing Company circa 1920.
Those who do not look upon themselves as a link, connecting the past with the future, do not perform their duty to the world. – Daniel Webster