Ethel Maude Greenaway was born November 22, 1882 in Oxford, England the daughter of Eunice Alridge and George Inkerman Greenaway.
She met Charles Edward Lucas and was married, on April 3, 1907 in the Salt Lake Temple after he had served a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the Eastern States.
They made their home in Charles hometown, Grouse Creek, Utah near Charles’ parents. Charles was a rancher raising cattle and sheep.
Ethel was starting to get used to the new lifestyle when she discovered she was expecting her first child. On January 25, 1908 she gave birth to a beautiful baby girl which they named Elva Eunice Lucas after her mother.
Life was just starting to get into a nice routine when she realized she had had these feelings before. Sure enough she was with child again. On October 13, 1909 she gave birth to a baby boy. He was given the name, Bertram Inkerman Lucas, Inkerman being her father’s middle name.
This birth was very difficult, but she just couldn’t recover. She passed away October 31, 1909 and was laid to rest in the peaceful cemetery of her new hometown, Grouse Creek, Utah.