Person:Thomas Lackey (2)

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Thomas Lackey
b.Bet. 1728 - 1735 Ireland
d.Bef. 3 October 1814 Rockbridge County, Virginia
  • HThomas LackeyBet 1728 - 1735 - Bef 1814
  • WAgnes Leechabt 1730 - 1814
m. 1754
  1. Thomas Lackey, Jr.1755 - 1827
  2. Nathan Lackey1757 - 1839
  3. James Lackey1759 - bef 1823
  4. Martha Lackey1761 - 1843
  5. Mary Lackey1763 -
  6. Elizabeth Lackey1765 - 1834
  7. Margaret Lackey1767 -
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Name Thomas Lackey
Gender Male
Birth? Bet. 1728 - 1735 Ireland
Marriage 1754 Lancaster County, Pennsylvaniato Agnes Leech
Death? Bef. 3 October 1814 Rockbridge County, Virginia

Thomas Lackey was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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Early Land Acquisition in Augusta County, VA

Acquisition of Land from Chalkley's:

  • Page 285.--21st September, 1771. William Young, of Botetourt, to Thomas Lacky. Teste: James McDowell, Lew Bowyer, John Bowyer Proved, 20th May, 1772, by Lew and John Bowyer, who swore they saw James McDowell, Gent., who is since dead, sign it.


Will of Thomas Lackey

Rockbridge County, VA Will Book 4, p. 63. (Abstract)
Thomas Lackey's Will
To Beloved wife Agness, house and all furniture to be divided with her and granddaughter Agnes Lackey.
To granddaughter Agness Lackey, 1 horse worth $70.00, 2 cows and $60.00 in money.
To grandson Samuel Lackey, 1 bed and furniture. Plantation. To take care of grandmother.
Any money or bonds at my decease to divide equally between Samuel, Thomas, and Nathan Lackey, sons of James Lackey.
$50.00 to each child 1 year after my decease, then $5.00 yearly till all are paid.
Wife Agness to receive $100.00, 2 cows which shall be returned to the said Samuel and Agnes Lackey my grandchildren, at her decease.
Said Samuel Lackey to give my beloved wife Agnes sufficient maintainence of grain and meat and everything she needs.
Sameul Lackey, my grandson, - Plantation where I now love, my shop and all tools belonging to it, all farming tools; stock such as cows, hogs and sheep.
Appoints James Lackey and Samuel Lackey executors.
Signed: Thomas Leckey
Witnesses:
Joseph Wilson
John McKnight
Wm. Wilson
Made 15 January 1814. Proven 3 October 1814.


Records in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley's:

  • Page 426.--22d August, 1771. Thomas Moore to Michael Bowyer, £10, 145 acres, part of 190 acres patented to said Moore, 12th May, 1770, on Smith's Creek, said Bowyer's line, Thomas Lookie's land. Delivered: Boston March by Mr. Bowyer's order, March Court, 1777.