McCOSKEY GEORGE, White Eyes township; farmer; born in Lancaster county, Pennsylvania, in 1815. His father, George McCoskey, was a native of Ireland; was married in that Country; emigrated to the United States in 1812, and settled to Pennsylvania. He remained in that State six years; came to White Eyes in 1818, and settled on a farm that was all in woods. He was the father of six children, but two of whom are living. He died in 1871, at the age of eighty-three years, and his wife Margaret died in 1866, at the age of seventy-eight years. George, the subject of this sketch, was apprenticed to learn the crpenter trade in 1838, and has worked continuously at the trade since then. In 1848 he married Miss Eliza Christy. She was born in this county, August 11, 1823.
******They have one child, a daughter, born July, 1844, who is married to ****William Lockard. and is living on the adjoining farm. Mr. McCoskey located on the farm where he note resides in 1859.
McCULLOUGH GEORGE, deceased; born in the county of Donegal, Ireland; came to this county about 1830. He was married, December 3, 1850, to *******Miss Rebecca Lockard, the daughter of Robert Lockard, and she was born in 1822 They had seven children, viz : *****Malinda, Mary A., Martha, J., deceased; Sadie A., Stewart, deceased; Franklin H. and Emma. Mary A. is married to John P. Benjamin, of Avondale, a shoemaker by trade. The others are at home. Mr. McCullough died February 28, 1866. He located on the farm where his widow now resides, before his marriage. He was a member of the M. E. church at Kimbles. Franklin is the only son living; is at home with his mother and farms the place.
MARKLEY FREDERICK, Virginia township ; born in Coshocton county , in 1841; son of John B. and Margaret Markley, and grandson of Benjamin and Nancy Markley. He was married in 1867, to ******Loving Lockard, daughter of ****Andrew and Mary Lockard. He is the father of six children, five living and one dead. He was a soldier in the late war, having enlisted in 1861, in *****Company H, Fifth artillery, Army of the Cumberland. Mr. Markley was engaged in the battles of Stone River, Chickamauga and Mission Ridge, and was discharged at Nashville, Tennessee, October 5, 1864. Postoffice, Willow Brook.
NORRIS WILLIAM, Jackson township; Roscoe postoffice; born in this county in 1835; son of Daniel and Mary (McCoy) Norris, and grandson of William and Sarah (Graves) Norris, and of Joseph and Mary McCoy; married in 1855, to *****Rebecca J. Lockard, daughter of ****Andrew and Mary Lockard. Mr. Norris is the father of five children, viz : *******Mary A., G. O., Sarilda L., Henrietta E., Maro A. Mr. Norris' father settled in this county in 1809.
STILL JAMES, born in August, 1828, in Coshocton county, Bedford township; son of Jacob and *****Elspey (Lockard) Still, and grandson of Gabrial and Cloa Still, and of *****James and Margaret (Wilson) Lockard. He is a farmer by occupation ; had three brothers in the Union army ; was married to Miss Sarah J. Conner, of ancestry same as Isaac Conner, named elsewhere in this book. James L. was born December 24, 1861; is now going to school, and is their only child.
WALKER WILLIAM, Coshocton ; clerk in county treasurer's office ; born October 4, 1833, in Smithfield township, Jefferson county; son of Nathaniel Walker, a. native of the County of Donegal, Ireland, William was raised on the farm until about twenty years of age, when he began teaching school and taught eight years, then returned to the Earns where lie remained four years, then followed merchandising until 1871, when he was elected county auditor and reelected in 1873, and remained one year as deputy after the expiration of his term of office, He began his present duties September, 1880, Mr. Walker was married September 2, 1862, to ******Miss Catharine Lockard, daughter of John Lockard, deceased, of Crawford township, They have three children, viz: *****John M., Clement L, and Laura E.
830 - HISTORY OF COSHOCTON COUNTY.
ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY-THIRD O. N. G. .
The soldiers from this county whose regiments were not known, and who died or were lost in the service, are as follows
***** Alexander Lockard
BOYD FRANCIS, farmer; White Eyes township ; Chili postoffice ; born February 10, 1828, in Washington county, Pennsylvania; son of Robert and Margaret (Cassidy) Boyd. His grandfather's name was Robert Boyd, a native of Ireland, and his mother was also of Irish descent. She died in Washington county, Pennsylvania, and is buried at Bethel church, in that county. Young Boyd lived about four years in West Virginia before coming to this county, which he did in 1834, and located in White Eyes township. He was married November 13, 1854, to Miss Jane, daughter of *****Alexander and Rebecca (Virtue) Lockard, of Irish ancestry. They have four children-******Alexander, married to Caroline Carnahan, Robert Dayton, married to Elizabeth Beaver, James D. and Rebecca Jane. Mr. Boyd has devoted his attention to mixed husbandry and agriculture, but principally to wool growing, having a very fine farm well adapted to sheep husbandry. It is kept in good- condition, making an elegant home for himself and family.
DRAPER SAMUEL H., Tiverton township; farmer; postoffice, Yankee Ridge, Ohio; born September 8, 180, in Knox county. He came to this county in 1830, and was married in 1837, to Miss Elizabeth Smith, of this county; who was born in November, 1818, in Pennsylvania. She died in 1844. They were the parents of three children. He was married in 1845, to Miss Catharine Horton, of this county, who was born in 1823 and died in 1852. They were the parents of three children. He was married in 1852, to Miss Elizabeth Huey, of this county, who was born in 1823 and died in 1871. He married, in 1871, *****Miss Isabella Lockard, of this county, who was born in 1825.
****HOWSER A. B., Jackson , township ; Roscoe postoffice; born in this county in 1851; son of Jacob and ****Elizabeth Howser, and grandson of *****Andrew and Mary (Carson) Lockard; married in 1875 to Mar A. Norris, daughter of William and Rebecca J. Norris. They have one child-***Curtis S.
Wesley Graves (27), called "Squire", was born 6 Nov. 1802 in Frederick Co., VA, and died 18 Nov. 1890 in Sullivan Co., IN. He moved to Coshocton Co., Ohio with his parents in 1814. He married Nancy Wright, daughter of Joseph Wright (1781-1866) and Elizabeth McCoy (1790?-1824), on 1 Nov. 1822 in Coshocton Co., OH. She was born 29 Dec. 1804 in Fauquier Co., VA (or Coshocton Co., Ohio?), and died 3 Oct. 1862 in Coshocton Co. She moved to Coshocton Co. with her parents in 1806. Their children were born in Coshocton Co. (R-1, R-200)Children - Graves+165. Nathaniel Graves, b. 9 (or 29) Sept. 1823, m. Mary Jane Walraven, 25 (or 31) Jan. 1849, d. 25 (or 26) July 1905. 166. Elizaphan Graves, b. 19 June 1825, d. 7 July 1886 (Aroville, CA).+167. Elizabeth Graves, b. 12 Dec. 1826, m. Robert Stewart, 12 Feb. 1846, d. 3 Dec. 1885. 168. Nancy Graves, b. 26 Nov. 1828, d. 21 March 1832 (Coshocton Co., OH). 169. Willis Graves, b. 27 Aug. 1830, d. 31 May 1898 (Denver, CO).+170. Mary Jane Graves, b. 21 June 1832, m. *******Robert Franklin Lockard, 29 Oct. 1854, d. 15 Dec. 1871.+171. Joseph Graves, b. 31 Aug. 1834, m. Sophia Loder, 31 Dec. (or 28 Feb.) 1854, d. 1 March 1899 (or 11 March 1900).+172. John Wesley Graves, b. 4 Sept. 1836, m(1) Mary Hastings, 7 (or 9) Sept. 1869, m(2) Mary Buchanan, 24 Sept. 1873, d. 8 (or 18) March 1914.+173. Albert Graves, b. 30 June 1838 (or 1843), m. Ethelinda S. Dunham (or Durham), 21 (or 31) Oct. 1861, d. 2 (or 6) June 1906. 174. James Graves, b. 14 Jan. 1841, d. 15 Jan. 1841.+175. Margaret Graves, b. 19 Feb. 1843, m. James William McDonald, 29 Sept. 1870, d. 18 June 1925.+176. Amelia D. Graves, b. 6 April 1845, m. Abraham Batty Akeroyd, 24 Oct. 1872, d. 4 Feb. 1880.
Mary Jane Graves (170) was born 21 July 1832 and died 15 Dec. 1871, both in Coshocton Co., OH. She moved to an Indiana farm in 1866, stayed 4 years, then returned to her father's home, where she died of tuberculosis.She married *******Robert Franklin Lockard on 29 Oct. 1854. He was born 14 Jan. 1834 in Jefferson Co., Ohio, and died 12 Dec. 1862 in St. Louis, Mo. He moved to Coshocton Co., Ohio with his parents in 1836. He was a member of *****Company G, 80th Ohio Volunteers, in 1861, contracted typhoid fever, died in a hospital in St. Louis, Mo., and was buried in Soldiers' Cem. in St. Louis. His parents, ******Andrew J. Lockard (born 1803) and Mary Carson, came to the United States from Ireland in 1820. All the children of Mary Jane and Robert were born in Coshocton Co., OH. (R-1, R-200)*******Children - Lockard+435. Francis Marion Lockard, b. 15 Sept. 1855, m(1) Rose A. Walter, 15 Sept. 1884, m(2) Mary Isabelle Gettys, 16 April 1894, d. 18 Feb. 1928. 436. Columbus Delano Lockard, b. 27 Sept. 1856, never married, d. 25 (or 15) Nov. 1891 (or 1881) (Charma, N.M. or Charma, Colo.).+437. James Harvey Lockard, b. 19 April 1858, m. Mary Alice Marsh, 7 Dec. 1887, d. 10 March 1919.+438. Robert Allen Lockard, b. 23 June 1859, m. Gertrude Shaffer, 7 May 1893, d. 15 Nov. 1904.+439. Mary Jane Marilda Lockard, b. 13 May 1861, m. James Robert Curry, 9 Sept. 1882, d. 31 Oct. 1917.
Tiverton Cemetery, Coshocton Co, Ohio
Conner Amanda J. 23 Jun 1850 06 Dec 1851 17m,13d; d/o Joseph & *****Margaret (Lockard - m. 4 Dec1844,Cosh
Conner, Joseph Eli 1847 06 Apr 1851 3y,7m; s/o Joseph & *****Margaret (Lockard)Conner
Conner Robert 02 Dec 1844 11 Apr 1851 6y,4m,9d; s/o Joseph & *******Margaret (Lockard)
DAVIDSON - DAVISON FAMILY RESCOURCE MARRIAGE RECORDS - OHIO GIVEN NAMES - A thru I
Davidson, Bell ******Lockard, Walter 12 Jun 1876 Columbiana IGI
1850 Federal Census - Coshocton County, Ohio
***Mary A. Lockard-5-f-Ohio
***Rebecca J. Lockard-3-f-Ohio
1850 Federal Census - Coshocton County, Ohio
Kerton Twp. Cemetery's
Linebaugh Cemetery Kerton Twp. Sec. 19
This Cemetery is located on property that belonged to A.R. Linebaugh at one time. It is necessary to walk through a field and back into the woods. Permission must be granted to visit this cemetery. Recorded in 1974 by Mrs. Lyle Smith, Mrs. Irvina Mahan, and Mr. & Mrs. Seth Leeds. revisited in 1996 by George & Phoebe Ann (Leary) Drumm
Freeman-- Grover Dexter--b. Sep.16,1886--d. Dec.23,1968--h/o Ethel (McCausland) --s/o Dexter & *****Mary Ann (Lockard) Freeman--d.c.
Lockard-- Elizabeth (Conner)-- b.Apr.3,1819 Ohio-- d.Nov. 29,1903-- w/o *****Jacob Lockard-- ref; George Drumm, Canton, Ill.-- ref. d.c.
Lockard-- Goldie-- b.Apr.24,1922-- d.Apr.28,1922-- d/o John & Lily (Slaight)-- ref. d.c.
*****Lockard--Isaac-- d.Oct.8,1883-- aged 26years. 10mo's & 6 ds.-- s/o J. & E. Lockard
*****Lockard-- Jacob-- b.May21,1820,--Ohio-- d.Dec.5,1908-- aged 88 yrs. 6mo's & 14 ds.-- h/o Elizabeth (Conner)-- ref. d.c.
*****Lockard-- James L.-- d.Dec.8,1881-- aged 27yrs. & 20ds.
Lockard-- Rossie-- b.Aug.6,1889--d.Mar.7,1890
Human Family Project July 12, 2001
Living & Living -81313
Lawrence Roe Wright & *****Alice V. Lockard -53686
Husband Lawrence Roe Wright-
Born: 1898 at: Christened: at: Died: 1973 at: Buried: at:
Father: Ira Wright- (1865-1958)Mother: Rebecca Thompson- (1864-1948)
Married: Place: Other Spouse: Thelma Moore- (Abt 1902- ) Date:
Wife *****Alice V. Lockard-
Born: Abt 1902 at: Christened: at: Died: at: Buried: at:
08 Jan 1818 STILL, Alice *****LOCKARD, Robert Jefferson Co. OH
7-246: 28 Sept. 1833, Matthew Duncan and wife Catharine of Coshocton Co. OH to ****Robert Lockard of same, $500, N 1/2 NW 1/4 Sec. 5, Twp. 8, Range 8, 80 acres. Wit. French M. Thornhill, Jesse Criswell. (FHL film 895,708)
Wilson STROUSE 60, Walhonding. B Tiverton twp Sep 20, 1869, son of John and Barbara (BROWN) STROUSE. Surviving ten children: Benjamin, Columbus; Floyd, Walhonding Route 2; Mrs. George TAYLOR, Brinkhaven; Mrs. G. M. KARNS, Pittsburgh, PA; Mrs. George MEYERS, Zanesville; *****Mrs. Alva LOCKARD, Coshocton; Robert, Killbuck; Carl of the late home and Geraldine and Neal. 2 sis, Mrs. Edward HUMPHREY [Lola], Iowa and Mrs. Rillie HOBERG [Arilla], Walhonding; 1 bro, William, Walhonding, and 17 g'children also survive. Svs held Tiverton Church of Christ Bu Tiverton [Center] cem. "Coshocton Tribune, 16 May 1930"
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