Amongst the many descendants of convicts Nathaniel Lucas (Scarborough) and Olivia Gascoigne (Lady Penrhyn), were men who were born into this large extended family. Brothers and cousins became of age when WW1 was declared. They joined the various contingents to leave Australia for overseas. These men saw action in France and Turkey, were wounded and hospitalised. Those that did not return home, are buried in Commonwealth War Graves or honoured on Memorial Walls.
You can follow their lives by clicking on the link below.
Honouring their WW1 Descendants Lucas-Gascoigne