Person:Andrew Lockridge (1)

Col. Andrew Lockridge
b.10 APR 1730 Virginia
m. 1722
  1. James LockridgeAbt 1723 - 1790
  2. Robert LockridgeAbt 1725 - 1809
  3. Margaret LockridgeAbt 1727 - 1785
  4. Col. Andrew Lockridge1730 - 1791
  5. John LockridgeEst 1743-1755 - 1798
  6. Elizabeth LockridgeAbt 1745 - 1832
  7. Samuel LockridgeEst 1748-1755 - 1812
  8. William Lockridge, of the Calfpasture in Augusta County, Virginiaabt 1749 - 1795
  9. Sarah Lockridge1754 -
  • HCol. Andrew Lockridge1730 - 1791
  • WJean GrahamAbt 1730 -
m. Abt. 1750
  1. John LockridgeABT 1750 -
  2. Andrew LockridgeABT 1751 -
  3. James LockridgeABT 1754 -
  4. Son LockridgeABT 1757 -
  5. Elizabeth Lockridge1758 -
  6. Lancelot LockridgeEst 1760-1770 -
  7. Eleanor LockridgeABT 1766 - 1815
  8. William LockridgeAbt 1767 - Bef 1798
  9. Robert LockridgeEst 1768-1777 - 1856
Facts and Events
Name Col. Andrew Lockridge
Gender Male
Birth? 10 APR 1730 Virginia
Marriage Abt. 1750 prob. Augusta County, Virginiato Jean Graham
Death? 15 MAR 1791 Augusta County, Virginia

Andrew Lockridge was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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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

From Chalkley's:

  • 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.