1658John Pride I (c.1680-1743) [3316.3]
John Pride, the son of William Pride I, was born about 1680 in Henrico County.See Family Topic 1658
Winifred (Pride) Lockett (-1729) [3316.4]
Winifred Pride, the daughter of William Pride I, married Benjamin Lockett in Henrico County.Some think the Pride’s were Quakers and the Lockett’s may have been too. This may account for why their marriage was recorded twice in Henrico County: 25 February 1692/3, and again in 1694.
Winifred’s father conditionally transferred a large tract of land to her.She could keep the land if she had children. Benjamin inherited a property called “Scotland Hills” from his father.
In 1704 Benjamin was paying quit rents on 104 acres in Henrico County.In May 1721 he had a patent to 400 acreson Swift Creek. Benjamin was appointed to procession Puckett’s Run on 12 January 1723/24 and again in 1727. The Bristol Parish Register recorded the births of two slaves belonging to the family: Sarah on 24 March 1725/6 and Lucy on 12 May 1727.
Benjamin Locket conveyed some form of property to William Lockett and Benjamin Lockett in November 1723.
Winifred died 25 November 1729 as recorded in the Bristol Parish Register. Her husband was still living in 1730 when he conveyed some property to his children: “Negro girl Hannah” to Benjamin Jr. , “Negro girl Lucy,” feather bed and furniture, four head of cattle, and a horse and mare to Deborah , “Negro girl Sarah” to Martha Walthall , and “Negro woman named Tabb” to Jane Haskins.
Henrico County charge Benjamin Lockett on 3 levys and his 105 acres in 1736.Benjamin was probably dead before 1739 when the churchwardens of Dale Parish bound out Thomas Lesser to Benjamin Lockett, no longer distinguished as “Jr.”
Known children of Benjamin and Winifred (Pride) Lockett
3› Benjamin Lockett [3316.4.1] married and had the seven children identified below. Henrico County taxed Benjamin on two levies and 343 acres in 1736.
Benjamin was living in Chesterfield County in March 1785 when he lent slavesto his son Richard. He died 21 May 1807 according to a deposition by his daughter Mary (Lockett) Watkins.
4› Winifred Lockett [3318.104.22.168] married James Hill III.See their family
4› Richard Lockett [3322.214.171.124] was a tithable in Chesterfield County in 1756.He married Mary Logwood, the daughter of Edmund Logwood who forgave a debt from Richard Lockett, husband of his daughter Mary Lockett, in his 1775-will in Manchester Parish, Chesterfield County.
Richard Lockett was in Chesterfield County in 1783 when they counted him head of a household of ten with five slaves. He was “of Chesterfield County” on 4 March 1785and “of Bedford County” the next year on 15 December 1786when he sold land in Chesterfield. In 1800 Bedford County listed “Mary Lockett” on the tax lists.
5› Mabel Lockett [33126.96.36.199.1] married Burwell Elam.See their family
5› David Lockett [33188.8.131.52.2] married Mary Ashbrook in Chesterfield County 17 November (bond) 1783and paid taxes in Bedford County in 1800.
5› Edmund Lockett [33184.108.40.206.3] was a beneficiary of the 1775-will of his grandfather Logwood. Edmund married Sally Bryant 3 December 1785. It is possibly the Capt. Edmund Lockett (3 June 1761 - 24 June 1834) who lies buried in the Lockett Cemetery in Chesterfield County.
5› Daniel Lockett [33220.127.116.11.4] married Elizabeth DeForrest 12 March 1793.
5› Jeremiah Lockett [3318.104.22.168.5] married Lydia Bondurant in Bedford County 19 Sep (bond) 1807.
5› Josiah Lockett [3322.214.171.124.6] married Jenny Jeter in Bedford County 17 January 1793.They moved to Kentucky and then on to Tennessee. Parents of five, they died in Sumner County, Tennessee.
5› William Lockett [33126.96.36.199.7] (24 Mar. 1772 - 26 April 1853) married Laura DeForrest.
5› Rhoda Lockett [33188.8.131.52.8].
5› Jesse Lockett [33184.108.40.206.9] paid taxes in Bedford County in 1800. He married Mary Palmore in Bedford County 24 December 1792.He died in Breckinridge County, Kentucky.
5› Archibald Lockett [33220.127.116.11.10] was in Wayne County, Kentucky, in 1800, and Pulaski County, 1810-20.
4› Benjamin Lockett III [3318.104.22.168], with “Negro Cate,” held two tithables in Chesterfield County in 1756.As Benjamin Lockett Jr., he bought land in Chesterfield County 1 August 1770.In 1783 Chesterfield County listed him head of a household of three with seven slaves.He served during the Revolution and was later in Fayette County, Kentucky.
4› Francis Lockett [3322.214.171.124] (-1801) was on the Chesterfield County 1756 tithe list.His father sold him 110 acres on 1 July 1756and a slave on 9 October 1766.Francis married a distant cousin Mary Cheatham.
In Chesterfield in September 1769 Francis gave his “two boys James and Francis Lockett” one “Negro” woman from the estate of his father-in-law Francis Cheatham.In 1783 Chesterfield County listed “Francis Lockett Sr.” head of a household of eleven with thirty-two slaves.The 1800-tax list of Chesterfield County listed “Francis Lockett Senr.” with two white male tithables and an ordinary license.
He died in Chesterfield County (will dated 4 Mar. 1800 , recorded 13 April 1801 ) naming ten children in his will.
5› James Lockett [33126.96.36.199.1] married Elizabeth Jennings Watkins.See their family
5› Francis Lockett [33188.8.131.52.2] was living alone in Chesterfield County in 1800. He married — Wooldridge in Chesterfield County 16 May (consent) 1783.She was the daughter of Thomas Wooldridge of Swift Creek. Her name was obliterated in the register but it may have been Rhoda Wooldridge. He may have married before they counted households in 1783 for Chesterfield County listed “Francis Lockett j.r” head of a household of two with two slaves.
5› Elam Lockett [33184.108.40.206.3] married Phoebe Cheatham in Chesterfield County 11 May (consent) 1796.He was on the Chesterfield County tax list in 1800.
Daughters of Elam Lockett who married in Chesterfield County
6› Elizabeth C. Lockett [33220.127.116.11.3.1] married Isham Traylor in Chesterfield County 8 February 1813. She was likely Elizabeth Cheatham Lockett for her maternal grandmother.
6› Mary E. Lockett [3318.104.22.168.3.2] married Joshua Condrey in Chesterfield County 10 January 1817, Rev. Edmund Goode, officiating.
5› Robert Lockett [3322.214.171.124.4] was less than twenty-one when his father wrote a will in 1800.
5› Green Lockett [33126.96.36.199.5] (c.1788) was less than twenty-one when his father wrote a will in 1800. He chose Arthur Akin as his guardian September 1802.
5› King Lockett [33188.8.131.52.6] was less than twenty-one when his father wrote a will in 1800.
5› William Lockett [33184.108.40.206.7] was less than twenty-one when his father wrote a will in 1800.
5› Nancy Lockett [33220.127.116.11.8].
5› Polly Lockett [3318.104.22.168.9] married John Akin in Chesterfield County 9 September (bond) 1789.
5› Mickey Lockett [3322.214.171.124.10].
4› Charles Lockett [33126.96.36.199] was the beneficiary of a “Negro” slave from his father on 5 December 1766.In 1783 Chesterfield County listed him head of a household of six with eight slaves.
The court granted Francis Lockett administration of the estate of Charles Lockett 11 February 1790.The court ordered bound out his sons, Samuel and Charles, 10 June 1790.Bond out November 1792 were Susannah, Jemima, Mary, and Charles.
5› Samuel Lockett [33188.8.131.52.1] chose Creed Haskins his guardian 11 April 1791.
5› Charles Lockett [33184.108.40.206.2] married Nancy Hix in Chesterfield County 4 March 1802.
Daughters of Charles Lockett who married in Chesterfield County
6› Elizabeth Lockett [33220.127.116.11.2.1] married Cornelius D. Elliott 8 March (bond) 1830.
6› Delia Ann Lockett [3318.104.22.168.2.2] married James A. Elliott 12 August (bond) 1839.
6› Mary Lockett [3322.214.171.124.2.3] married Levi Daniel Horner 3 November (bond) 1838.
5› Susannah Lockett [33126.96.36.199.3].
5› Jemima Lockett [33188.8.131.52.4].
5› Mary Lockett [33184.108.40.206.5], daughter of Charles Lockett, deceased, married John Taylor in Chesterfield County 23 December (bond) 1808.Charles Lockett was surety.
4› Mary Lockett [33220.127.116.11] married — Akin as she was Mary Akin on 5 December 1766 when her father gave her a slave to be delivered after his death.
4› Archibald Lockett [3318.104.22.168] (-1777) served during the Revolution. His father gave him a slavein December 1766.
3› William Lockett [3316.4.2] (-1757) married Jane — and had twelve children. William’s first cousin Jane Pride married a Lockett and perhaps it was William. They named a son Halcott, a popular Pride name, yet William’s mother was a Pride, too. In August 1725 William Lockett and his brother Benjamin Lockett Jr. secured a patent to 381 acreson Butterwood Creek in Henrico County. He alone got 395 acresin Henrico in January 1746/7.
William paid Henrico County taxes on four levies and 588 acres in 1736.The court appointed him a road surveyor 6 October 1749.In 1756 Chesterfield County listed William with son Halcott and “Negroes Joe, George” on the tithe list.
William died in Chesterfield County (will dated 5 Dec. 1756 , recorded 2 Sept. 1757 ). Wills of Amelia County and Chesterfield County identify his children.
His son-in-law Joseph Ashbrook became guardian to Margaret and Winifred Lockett in 1761.
4› William Lockett [3322.214.171.124] (-c.1795) married Martha —. She may have been Martha Russell, daughter of John Russell who left 1 shilling to Martha Lockett in his 1766-will in Chesterfield County.
In July 1748 William Lockett Jr. bought 100 acreson Dry Creek in Henrico County from John Moore and sold it to John Farmer a month later.In 1756 Chesterfield County listed “Wm. Lockett Jr.” a single tithable.By 1783 he was head of a household of fourteen, yet owned no slaves.Maybe with a family that large he did not need any.
William was living in Chesterfield County when his brother Benjamin died in Amelia County. As Benjamin’s heir at law, William made several deeds in Amelia County. He, John Tabb, and John Chumbley conveyed 100 acres to Richard Ogilby in May 1785.The next month William bought the land in Amelia County his three brothers and two sisters inherited. For £214:11, Abraham, John, Thomas, Susannah, and Winifred Lockett conveyed their inheritance to their brother.In September 1785 William and Martha Lockett sold 265 acresin Amelia County to Philip Whitehead Jackson. This latter conveyance had been Benjamin’s land.
William Lockett died in Chesterfield County (will dated 3 Nov. 1794 , recorded 10 Oct. 1796 ). John Hill, Robert Hill, and Robert Haskins Jr. witnessed his will. They inventoried his property 26 October 1796and appointed John Hill administrator 14 February 1797.Hill delivered estate accounts 16 October 1801.
Chesterfield listed William on their tax rolls in 1800.
5› daughter Lockett [33126.96.36.199.1] married Joseph Akin and was the mother of four. Joseph Akin was head of a household of five whites and two blacks in Chesterfield County in 1783.Joseph was likely a son of William Akin who remembered a son of this name in his 1794-will.
6› William Akin [33188.8.131.52.1.1].
6› Ann Akin [33184.108.40.206.1.2].
6› Joseph Akin [33220.127.116.11.1.3].
6› James Akin [3318.104.22.168.1.4].
5› Mary Lockett [3322.214.171.124.2] married Josiah Lacy.
5› Jane Lockett [33126.96.36.199.3] married William Hill in Chesterfield County 9 July (bond) 1784.See their family
5› Elizabeth Lockett [33188.8.131.52.4] married James Bailey in Chesterfield County 21 January 1789.James Bailey, possibly his father, was head of a household of seven whites in Chesterfield County in 1783.Two years later a man of the same name married Anne Lester.
6› Elisha Bailey [33184.108.40.206.4.1] married Mary Goode in Chesterfield County 19 December (bond) 1828.Mack Goode, her father, consented. They were the parents of three children.
Elisha married second China W. Chalkley 10 November 1842.
5› Ann Lockett [33220.127.116.11.5] married John Briggs and had a son, Thomas Briggs.
5› Phoebe Lockett [3318.104.22.168.6] married John Brooks in Chesterfield County 11 January (bond) 1790.
5› Edith Lockett [3322.214.171.124.7].
4› Benjamin Lockett [33126.96.36.199], as Benjamin Lockett Jr., bought 145 acresin Amelia County on the north side of Flat Creek from John Turner for £48 in November 1747. He appeared on Amelia County tithe lists first in 1749. In August 1772 Benjamin bought 91½ acresfrom John Pride for £77:10. In July 1773 John Chumbley and Benjamin Lockett conveyed 100 acresto John Tabb to secure a mortgage to Thomas Tabb. The latter deed described the land as having been conveyed to Lockett from Joseph Gooch yet we can find no previous deed. Chumbley and Lockett sold 50 acresto Richard Ogilby in December 1784.
Benjamin was living in Amelia County in 1782 in a household with one white and ten blacks.In 1785 four whites were in his household.
He died in Amelia County, apparently without a family, about 1785 (will dated 8 May 1785).John Pride was an executor.
4› John Lockett [33188.8.131.52] was on tithe lists in Amelia County (1753-55) and Chesterfield County in 1756.A Chesterfield County deedof April 1759 identified his wife as Mary —. In 1782 and 1785, Amelia County listed John Lockett head of a family of eight. The League family lived nearby. In February 1786 John Lockett bought 89 acresfrom William Mayes. He died before 25 February 1790 when Amelia County granted John Lockett, presumably his eldest son, administration of the estate.Mary Lockett, thought by some to be his wife, bought some of John’s estate property on 15 May 1790.Yet why was she not the administrator?
Two Locketts identified below married League women in Amelia County a year apart. We presume that they were descendants of Benjamin Lockett and we place them as sons of John Lockett. Without a will we do not know who his children were, though we know he had several and that his family lived near the League family.
5› John Lockett [33184.108.40.206.1] was appointed the administrator of the will of John Lockett.Amelia County listed John Lockett on the tax list in 1800.
5› Benjamin Lockett [33220.127.116.11.2], a speculative son of John Lockett, married Mary Ann League in Amelia County 1 November (bond) 1797.John Lockett was surety and witnessed her own consent.
4› Thomas Lockett [3318.104.22.168] married Lucy —. He was tithable in Chesterfield County in 1756.On 16 April 1759, Thomas and Lucy Lockett sold land in Chesterfield County to John Lockett for £20.In 1783 Chesterfield County listed Thomas Lockett head of a household of eight.
4› James Lockett [3322.214.171.124] served in the French and Indian War from Amelia County.
James died in Amelia County about 1759 (will dated 26 May 1758 , recorded 22 Mar. 1759). He apparently had no children and identified the names of all his living brothers and sisters in his will. The executor was his brother John Lockett.
4› Halcott Lockett [33126.96.36.199] appeared in his father’s household in 1756.
4› Susannah Lockett [33188.8.131.52] married Joseph Ashbrook according to the 1759-will of her sister Jane. Joseph was the son of Peter Ashbrook who identified him in his 1756-will.Chesterfield County taxed Joseph on two tithes in 1756.Ashbrook was head of a household of 12 whites and nine blacks in Chesterfield County in 1783.
Joseph died in Chesterfield County (will dated 18 Sept. 1801 , recorded 13 Sept. 1802 ). He mentioned no wife in his will and left legacies to five children, a son-in-law, and Bailey grandchildren.
5› Mary Ashbrook [33184.108.40.206.1] married David Lockett in Chesterfield County 17 November (bond) 1783.See their family
5› Susannah Ashbrook [33220.127.116.11.2] married — Lockett.
5› Elizabeth Ashbrook [3318.104.22.168.3] married — Baugh according to her father’s will.
5› Sarah Ashbrook [3322.214.171.124.4] married James Gates in Chesterfield County 21 May 1796.
5› James Ashbrook [33126.96.36.199.5] married Nancy Sims in Chesterfield County 2 March 1798.
5› daughter Ashbrook [33188.8.131.52.6] married Benjamin Bailey and they had three children mentioned later in the will of her father. Chesterfield County charged Benjamin on one tithable in 1756.
Benjamin was dead by September 1787 when the court appointed a man of the same name guardian to his three children.In 1798 Joseph Ashbrook, on behalf of the children sued the administrator of their father’s estate.
6› Nancy Bailey [33184.108.40.206.6.1] chose Joseph Ashbrook her guardian 10 April 1797.She married Samuel Bridgewater in Chesterfield County 8 October 1803.James Ashbrook was surety.
6› Henry Bailey [33220.127.116.11.6.2] was bound out 10 September 1789.
6› John Bailey [3318.104.22.168.6.3] married Mary Bridgewater in Chesterfield County 25 November (bond) 1803.James Ashbrook was surety.
5› Martha Ashbrook [3322.214.171.124.7] married Joseph Baugh in Chesterfield County 22 October (bond) 1789.James Ashbrook was surety. She was apparently dead by 1801 when her father made his will mentioning “son and law [sic]” Joseph Baugh. Joseph was likely the son of this name mentioned in the 1791-will of John Baugh.
4› Jane Lockett [33126.96.36.199] (-1795) died in Chesterfield County (will dated 13 Jan. 1759 , recorded 2 Mar. 1759 ) leaving all her property to three sisters, Susannah Ashbrook, Margaret Lockett, and Winifred Lockett.
4› Margaret Lockett [33188.8.131.52].
4› Winifred Lockett [33184.108.40.206].
4› Joseph Lockett [33220.127.116.11] was underage in 1749. When Joseph’s father died, John Pride became his guardian. On 26 April 1759, Joseph was apprenticed to learn carpentry.T