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English Presbyterian cemetery Lancaster PA
Posted by: Dellitt Wilson (ID *****2086) Date: December 07, 2011 at 16:27:44
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I am looking for the graves of some Lockharts and as one of them left property in his will to the English Presbyterian Church in Lancaster, in 1809, it seems possible that he is buried there and perhaps some family members.

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Josiah Lockhart died in 1809
his wife Esther McClure Lockhart, probably died between 1804 and 1809 (she is mentioned in a will in 1804 so she was still alive then)
his son Josiah Lockhart, would have not have died before 1809
Samuel Lockhart (the elder Josiah's brother) a Revolutionary War veteran
his nephew Robert Lockhart
possibly a niece, Margaret Lockhart

Various spellings have been used for these folks, so it doesn't have to be Lockhart (could be Lockart or Lockhard or Lockheart, for instance, I've even seen Josiah with Lockyer). As well Josiah could in some instances be Joseph as I have seen that as well, Esther I've seen spelled Ester. Etc. Please leave any info here or email me if you happen to have information on these folks. I am related through Josiah's brother Robert Lockhart of Frederick County, Virginia.

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