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Samuel Lockridge was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia
Records of Samuel Lockridge in Augusta County, VA
- Vol. 3 - Page 445.--2d June, 1775. Mathew Kinkead's will, farmer--To wife, Elizabeth; to daughters; to children, infants; to eldest son, David, the upper plantation; to son, John, the lower plantation, infant; to child wife now bears; to daughters, Elizabeth and Sarah, Mary Anne. Executors, wife and William McTeer. Teste: William Kinkead, John Hodge, Saml. Lockridge. Proved, 19th November, 1776, by Wm. Kinkead. 19th November, 1776 (?), further proved by John Hodge and Lockridge. Elizabeth qualifies.
- Vol. 3 - Page 260.--15th February, 1788. Andrew Hamilton's will, of the Calfpasture--To wife, Martha; to son, William; to son, Andrew; to each grandson named Andrew, 250 acres in Kentucky; to all my daughters; to sons William and Andrew, all books. Executors, son William and son-in-law Wm. Rennocks, wife Martha. Teste: Wm. Lockridge, Samuel Lockridge, Thos. Adams. Proved, 21st September, 1790, by the Lockridges. Hamilton and Wm. Renocks qualify.
- Vol. 3 - Page 325.--John Carlile's (of Calf Pasture) estate appraised by Adam Bratton, Samuel Lockridge, Thos. Phillips--18th August, 1796, vendue bill of above estate dated 15th August, 1796, sold, viz: To Lindsay Marshall, Thos. Layton, Peter Fitch, Leroy Newman, Jacob Acord, Jno. Fennell, Thos. Ricket, Elizabeth Smith.
- Vol. 1 - File No. 926.--Lockridge's widow vs. Lockridge's heirs. Elizabeth Lockridge, widow of Samuel Lockridge, who died December, 1812, leaving fourteen children; he left in Augusta 425 acres, 125 of which he bought from John Montgomery, but has received no title for. Montgomery administered on Samuel's estate. The heirs are, viz: Eleanor, Polly, Catherine, Samuel, Savannah and Allen Lockridge, all infants; and Alice, wife of Andrew Guyto; Nancy, wife of Thomas Kincaid; Jane, wife of William Fulton-- who have all moved to Ohio; and these adults, viz: Andrew Lockridge; Betsey, wife of Thomas Gwynn; Sally, wife of Robert Gwynn; Rebecca, wife of William Kincaid; also a grandchild, Guy Hamilton Kincaid, son to daughter Peggy, who was wife to Robert Kincaid, who survived her. Spa., 1814.
(1) "Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia," Vol. 1, by Lyman Chalkley (Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore, 1980) p.535-536. File 926, spa. 1814.
(2) Helen Wood, Paragould, AR (1997). Cites: (a) "Abridged Compendium of American Generalogy," by Virkus, 2:339; 5:217; 6:180. (b) "Abstracts of Records, Augusta Co., VA," by Chalkley, 1:107.
(3) "Young Clan of Shelby Co., Indiana," by George Young (http://wc.rootsweb.com, 1 May 2005).
(4) Carol Benjamin. E-mail: chb20190@@wdn.com. Messages posted on KINCAID-L@@rootsweb.com. Cites: (a) Greenbrier Co., VA Deed Book 10 1824-1830 transcribed by Larry Shuck, "Journal of Greenbrier Historical Society" (1998).
(5) Sue Liedtke, Newport, OR. E-mail: seleaml@@actionnet.net. Messages posted on KINCAID-L@@rootsweb.com.
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