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Att: Virginia descendants
Posted by: Donald Locke (ID *****5583) Date: January 21, 2005 at 23:42:24
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I am activley searching for any Male descendants of 5 differnt Lock lines of Virginia:

Samuel Lock b. 1752 of Montgomery County and Washington County Virginia, his son's Samuel Jr. Lock b. 1779 and Abraham Lock b. 1777 lived in Lee County Virginia, Abraham moved to Harlan County Kentucky by 1810.

Jacob Lock b. 1700's "unknown" of Hampshire County Virginia
and his son's Thomas Lock b. unknown, and Abraham Lock b. 1773 of Washington County and Lee County Virginia. Abraham and family moved to Chariton County Missouri, and Abraham's descendants moved to Benton County Oregon.

John Lock b. 1723 of Frederick and Berkeley County Virginia
father unknown

Richard Lock b. ca 1733 of Frederick and Berkeley County Virginia, father unkknown

Meverell Lock b. 1700's of Frederick and Berkely County Virginia, suposedly a descendant of Philip Lock.
Meverell has many known spelling variations: Meverall, Meveril etc:

If you are a descendant of one of the 5 Lock lines of Virginia, I would like to talk to you about taking a Y gene DNA test.
This DNA test could help link 5 different Lock lines together if my theory's are right. I have been studying the Virginia clans for many years and just to many things we have in common, and the DNA test may help prove some of my research.

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