LOCKHART - A Lockhart Family in America, by Ann Cochrane Gregath, 1972, updated 2000 by Fredrea & Carrie Ann Cook. 8½x11", 236 pages, indexed, includes maps, poetry, documents, family information, charts and interesting narrative, photos (not present in the original softbound edition) as well as some Lockhart records from the American Revolution, War of 1812 and the Civil War (Civil War). A branch of the Lockhart family covering more than seven generations from 1744 Lanark, Scotland to America. Includes four generations of frontiersmen in Pennsylvania, Virginia (Lockhart Plantation in Shenandoah Valley), Ohio, Nebraska, and Oklahoma, with some of their descendants and allied lines. From Robert Lockhart in the American Revolution and on to Brigadier General Josiah Lockhart in the War of 1812, these descendants have faithfully served this country, through time. Relive the run for the Cherokee Strip and claim jumpers, as well as life in the Strip prior to statehood, through the eyes of Joseph Josiah and Dora Belle Alexander Lockhart. Allied family information on the Alexander and Oates, as well as others. Click for table of contents and more information on other editions (soft cover in stock). | ISBN 978-0-944619-01-8, hardbound book | Inquire about POD pricing
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