ⓘ Normandy, Missouri

Normandy, Missouri

ⓘ Normandy, Missouri

The city of Normandy is on land once owned by Charles Lucas. Lucas obtained property from the federal government with land grants, and he purchased the land from victims of the New Madrid earthquake of 1811. He named it for the French coastal region of Normandy from which his father John Baptiste Charles Lucas came. The site of his home is now on the property of Incarnate Word Academy.

Lucas was to fight two duels on bloody island with Thomas HART Benton and died in the 1817 duel.

After the death of Charles, and father, Federal land Grant judges B. S. Lukash, his land was left to his sister Anne and brother James. Anna married captain Theodore hunt, son of a Patriot, Abraham hunt of Trenton, new Jersey, who died in 1832. In 1836 she married Theodores 1st cousin, the Explorer Wilson price hunt. Hunt home at 7717 natural bridge RD. was completed in 1908 after the current site of the Glen Echo club of the old hunting economy was leased to the Golf club in 1898 and later sold to the club. It has been used for several years as the convent of the sisters of the Cenacle before being captured in Normandy school district.

Normandy in may 1945.

In 1960, the Normandy school district approved a bond issue for the purchase of Bellerive country club in the form of College. In 1963 the heart of Normandy, the residence of the University of Missouri–St. Louis, University is partially within the city of Normandy.

In may 1977 Normandy annexed Berdell hills.

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