“marriage to Thomas Lucy: settlement 1 Oct. 1614 (with £2,000), Alice, da. and h. of Thomas Spencer of Claverdon, Warws., custos brevium, c.p., 7s. 8dau.”
Thomas Lucy, with his wife, Alice Lucy (d. 1648), daughter of Thomas Spencer of Claverdon, Warwickshire, whom he married about 1610, Sir Thomas appears to have settled down to living at his ancestral home at Charlecote Park, where they had six sons and four daughters. He did not abandon his literary interests but continued to correspond with Donne and Herbert, maintained his acquaintance with Goodere and built up a large library at Charlecote which was later illustrated on his funeral monument. He also developed an interest in antiquarianism which brought him into contact with William Dugdale. He was said to be ‘so rare and proficient’ in either ‘sacred or secular learning’ that ‘he was accounted a living library’ (Dugard, postscript).
Born in Claverton before 1600, Married to Sir Thomas Lucy after 1615, Died probably in Charlcote 17 August 1648
Name Alice Lucy Maiden Name Spencer Death Date Aug 1648 Cemetery St Leonard's Churchyard Burial Place Charlecote,Stratford on Avon Warwickshire 
Name Dominoe Alice Lucy Probate Date 5 Aug 1648 Residence Charlecote Warwickshire. 
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