Lucy Fenner
Fictional Character
POD: c 85,000,000 BCE;
Relevant POD: 1452
Appearance(s): "New Hastings"
Type of Appearance: Direct
Nationality: English settler of Atlantis
Religion: Catholicism
Date of Birth: 1450 or 1451
Date of Death: Unknown
Parents: Hugh and Meg Fenner
Children: Unknown
Relatives: Bartholomew Smith (cousin);
Isaac Fenner (descendant)

Lucy Fenner (b. 1450 or 1451) was the daughter of Hugh Fenner, the first man killed on Atlantis. After her father's death, her mother Meg joined the groups of settlers leaving Hastings for New Hastings, taking the half-dozen Fenner children with her.

Lucy grew into a very beautiful and desirable young woman when the Earl of Warwick arrived in New Hastings. After loosing his soldiers on the town and imposing a harsh rule, Warwick took Lucy as his mistress, against the girl's will.[1]

This act helped stir more anger in New Hastings against Warwick.[2]

Lucy was present when the Earl met with Edward Radcliffe and announced his plan to tax the people of New Hastings.[3]

Lucy was reportedly impregnated by the Earl. Isaac Fenner, a critical figure in the Atlantean War of Independence and one of the first consuls of Atlantis, was said to be descended from that lineage.[4]


  1. Opening Atlantis, pg. 128.
  2. Ibid., see, e.g., pgs. 131-133.
  3. Ibid. pg. 136.
  4. The United States of Atlantis, pg. 28.
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