Lucas (1850-1907), landowner and public official, was born
in Capilla del Señor,
the eldest son of James Scully (b.1814) and his wife, Bridget
Kearney (1819-1877) of Co. Westmeath.
Scully owned land in Solís, district of San Andrés de Giles.
Scully was a member of the Radical Civil Union. He was military
commander and member of the municipal government at San Andrés
de Giles. In 1885, Scully was appointed president of the Municipal
Commission. In Solís, an avenue was named after
Scully married Catalina (d.1898), daughter of Edward Culligan
(1831-1902) and Kathleen Kennedy (1848-1912). They had two
daughters and one son.
Coghlan, Eduardo A.,
Los Irlandeses en la Argentina: Su
Actuación y Descendencia (Buenos Aires, 1987), p.
García, S., G. M. Leon, and H. R. Terrén, Efemérides Gilenses (San Andrés de Giles: Municipalidad
de San Andrés de Giles, 1998).
Municipalidad de San Andrés de Giles, San Andrés
De Giles: Origen y Principales Hechos de su Evolución
hasta Nuestros Dias. Official publication based on Vicente
Cutillas memoirs (San Andrés de Giles, 1938).