Born: January 8, 1850, Green Farm, Falfield, Gloucestershire, England.
Died: March 10, 1927, Falfield, Gloucestershire, England.
Buried: In a graveyard near Mount Pleasant Chapel (where her father had been precentor), Falfield, Gloucestershire, England.
Lucy was the daughter of Charles Bennett and Ann Smith
As of 1881, Lucy was living with her brother in Holdenhurst, Hampshire, England.
After visiting Keswick conventions, beginning in 1888, she met many notable Christians of the day. Among her correspondents were Christina Rossetti and Charles Spurgeon.
She helped found the All Nations College, Upper Norwood, and Mount Hermon College, Streatham Common.