Person:William Lockridge (2)

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William Lockridge, of the Calfpasture in Augusta County, Virginia
d.1795
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 -
  • HWilliam Lockridge, of the Calfpasture in Augusta County, Virginiaabt 1749 - 1795
  • WAgnes Gwinn1750 - 1795
m. Est. 1770-1775
  1. William LockridgeBet 1771 - 1785 -
  2. Eleanor Lockridge1774 -
  3. Elizabeth LockridgeBef 1776 -
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Name William Lockridge, of the Calfpasture in Augusta County, Virginia
Gender Male
Birth? abt. 1749 Augusta County, Virginia
Marriage Est. 1770-1775 to Agnes Gwinn
Death? 1795

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

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Advisory on William Lockridge

Some researchers have claimed that this William Lockridge is the same William Lockridge that acquired land in the Borden Tract in Augusta County, VA, but since that land was acquired in 1742 & 1755, this William Lockridge would have been much too young to have acquired land at that time. The William Lockridge that lived on the Borden Tract was the Uncle of this William Lockridge, and is listed in the book "Descendants of James and William Lockridge, Pioneer Brothers of Early Augusta County, Virginia" by Robert Walters.


Early Land Acquisition in Augusta County, VA

Acquisition of Land from Chalkley's:

  • Page 531.—8th April, 1769. Samuel Campble (Campbell) and Ellenor to William Lockridge, £114, 208 acres on Great River of Calfpasture, part of 308 conveyed by James Patlon and John Lewis to William Campble (Campbell), 100 acres being conveyed to Thomas Gilham and since conveyed to Thomas Adams, John Campbell's land (John Carlile's now); also 50 acres, part of entry of 100 acres patented to John and Samuel Campbell, and John sold to John Carlyle, his 50 acres. Teste: Thomas Hugart, Andrew Lockridge, Wm. Kinkead.


Will of William Lockridge

From Chalkley's:


  • Page 181.--12th March, 1793. William Lockridge's will--To wife, Agness; to son-in-law, John Eakin; to daughter, Elizabeth Eakin; to sons, William, John; to daughter, Eleanor Cunningham; to William Lockridge, son of John Lockridge; to son, Samuel, home plantation. Teste: John Montgomery, Wm. Youel, James Guy, Samuel Neil. Proved, September Court, 1795, by the affirmation of John Montgomery and William Youell. Samuel Lockridge qualifies.

Information on William Lockridge

http://www.hillfamilymd.org/Family/wc05/wc05_230.htm

William Lockridge b. ca 1750

Agnes Gwin

b. 1750, Augusta County, VA

d. 1795

Children: Elizabeth Lockridge Eleanor Lockridge Samuel Lockridge William Lockridge John Lockridge


Married William Lockridge. [Cleek p.96]