The following is from William and Mary College quarterley historical magazine:
In 1659 Edward Lockey married Elizabeth, widow of John Read, dec'd. On Oct. 10, 1661, he married Elizabeth, widow of Major John Hansford, father of Col. Thomas Hansferd, hanged in Bacon's Rebellion. In 1667, while in the parish of St. Catherine Creechurch, London, he died without children and left a large estate to collaterals. He gave a plantation called Morgan's Plantation to his "cousin" * Isaac Collier, son of Isaac Collier. Sen., Read's plantation to his wife Elizabeth for life, and then to Isaac Collier, Jun., as also to him a plantation of 320 acres at Mattapony, bought of John Madison (in King William county). There were certain legacies left to Isaac Lockey, Jun., to the- three daughters of his nephew Edward Lockey, viz., Mary, Anne and Judith Lockey, and to William Carter, son of Francis Carter.