From the 1885 History of Steuben County, Indiana

pages 787-788


Thomas S. Lacy is a son of Thomas Lacy who settled in Steuben Township in 1841.  He was born in Seneca County, Ohio, May 9, 1841, and has lived in Steuben Township since his infancy.  He served in the war of the Rebellion about twenty-two months.  He enlisted first in Company B, Twenty-ninth Indiana Infantry, and served ten months.  In 1864 he enlisted in Company A, Forty-fourth Indiana Infantry, and served till the close of the war.  He has been three times married.  His first wife was Mary Gramling, daughter of Isaac Gramling, of De Kalb County.  To them were born three children--Manda E., William E. and Mary E.  His second wife was Violet Markley, by whom he had five children, but two of whom are living--Emmett M. and Cora E.  Cyrus E., Edwin B. and an infant daughter are deceased.  His present wife was Mary L. Gramling, daughter of Peter Gramling.  They have three children--Nancy E., Lovina F. and Mellie C.


Submitted by: Kim Davoli