Facts and Events
Andrew Lockridge was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia
Early Land Acquisition in Augusta County, VA
Acquisition of Land in Augusta County, VA
- Andrew Lockridge acquired 22 acres of land in the Calfpasture at the branch of Great River in 1755.
Will of Andrew Lockridge
- Page 353.--7th January, 1791. Andrew Lockridge's will--To son, John, 1 crown; to daughter, Elizabeth Gwin, 1 crown; to daughter, Elenor Dinwiddy, 1 crown; to daughter, Margaret Henderson, 1 crown; to son, Andrew, 1 crown; to son, James, 1 crown; to son, William, tract purchased of Thos. Hicklin; to sons, Robert and Lanty, lands in Bullpasture, infants; to wife, Jean; to daughter, Sarah, 1 crown; to daughter, Rebecca; to my seven children, viz: William, Rebecka, Robert, Lanty, Elizabeth Lockridge, Jean, Ann. Executors, sons Andrew and William. Teste: John Montgomery, John Bradshaw. Proved, 19th April, 1791, by Montgomery and Bradshaw. executors qualify.
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