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John R R Harrison John R R Harrison from Saint George wrote on April 6, 2019 at 9:06 pm:
Cruach Mor! Dedicated to our kinsmen in all of Scotland, and my friend Chewie Lockhart.
Pamela Livingston Pamela Livingston from Newburg wrote on March 17, 2019 at 11:18 pm:
I’m just proud that I’m related to the Lockharts and the name stayed in the family ending when my great grandmother Sarah Lockhart married a Parrish. My only dismay is that Clan Lockhart is not represented at our Celtic Festival here in Maryland. I have researched further but can only confirm to Alexander, 4th Lord of Cleghorn, Lockhart 1th GG as my 13 great grandfather. Thank you for a wonderful web page.
Allen Lucart Allen Lucart from Dallas wrote on February 13, 2019 at 9:50 pm:
Have just received information pertaining to my family lineage, and it appears that Conrad Lockhart was my Great +++ Grandfather. Am very interested, and compelled to find more information regarding my heritage.
Robert Andrew Lockhart Robert Andrew Lockhart from Stuart wrote on January 21, 2019 at 8:35 pm:
I was born December 1950 in western Pa in the city of McKeesport. My paternal grandfather was Andrew Lockhart and his parents were Robert & Jane. Andrew immigrated to the USA. Andrew & Mitilda had 10 children. Edwin was my biological father. My mother's maiden name is Dolores Hornick. I currently live in Stuart, Fl..
Neal Lockhart Neal Lockhart from Wilmington NC wrote on January 17, 2019 at 11:01 pm:
Hello! I am trying to trace back my Lockhart heritage, I am the grandson of david lockhart, navigator for the US Navy in WW2.

I am in north carolina, and I know that my grandfather moved here from either idaho illanois or somewhere In that area. I hope to learn more about my heritage and hopefully one day move back to my homeland!
David L Lockhart David L Lockhart from Minneapolis, KS wrote on January 17, 2019 at 6:50 pm:
I am a direct linage from a James Lockhart who came to America between 1740-1742. His son was a Jacob Lockhart. I am an Officer in the Kansas Army National Guard and excited to be a part of a great clan!
Bill Stone Bill Stone from Flagstaff wrote on January 9, 2019 at 4:32 pm:
I am a descendant of Daniel Lockhart (m: Grace?). Daniel was born in 1741 in Lanark, Scotland, but lived most of his life in Rockingham County, Virginia I believe that I am also a descendant of Sir Symon Lochard of Lee, but I cannot make the connections from Daniel backward to prove that relationship.
Anyone? Anyone? Your help would be greatly appreciated.
Jason Richard Malcolm Simon Lockhart Jason Richard Malcolm Simon Lockhart from Oklahoma City wrote on December 13, 2018 at 9:32 am:
Re: Zane Wall of Pennsylvania.

My research indicates the earliest Lockharts arriving in the American Colonies were Colonel Richard Henry Lee I (Lockhart) of Coton, Cambridgeshire, England about 1640, with wife, Mary Constable, having one son, Colonel Richard Henry Lee II (Lockhart) in 1647.

Also, William Lee (Lockhart) of Southwell, Nottinghamshire, England, arriving the later part of 1678 in New York, marrying Mary Marvin of Hempstead, Nassau, New York in 1680.

They had two sons, Joseph Lee I (1686) and Robert Lee (1687)

The two above named fathers were cousins, direct descendants of The Lockhart’s of Lee, the previous (Richard Henry Lee) being of the line that produced the “Lee’s of Virginia,” being Robert Edward Lee’s 4-times Great-Grandfather as well as being related to Martha Custus Dandridge-Washington.

Their roots run deep in Westmorland County, Virginia. The ancestral homes of the Lee’s and Washington’s.
Jason Richard Malcolm Simon Lockhart Jason Richard Malcolm Simon Lockhart from Oklahoma City wrote on December 13, 2018 at 8:55 am:
Hello, I am a Professor of History and Historical Research Methods, as well a Professional Genealogist.

Sir Simon (Symon) Lockhart of Lee is my 19th Great-Grandfather. The earliest records I’ve discovered is that of a Richard Locard (Lockhart) of Lee born about 1075 in Flanders, Scotland.

I am planning a research trip next year to the areas surrounding Lanarkshire, and look forward to further research and discover.
arellano lillian arellano lillian from Los Angeles wrote on October 29, 2018 at 2:06 am:
I am the Granddoughter of William M Lockhart, my grandma was Grace Selma Johnson Olson Carlson Lockhart from North Dakota my grandfather was born in Cass County , am trying to find (any)!!! Information about him an family My mother was born in 1930 for my grandfather was a postal carrier last time my mother saw him was at the veterans administration hospital in California
Charles Lockhart Howe Nimick Charles Lockhart Howe Nimick from Washington DC wrote on September 10, 2018 at 11:27 am:
My mother was Florence Dilworth Lockhart, the great-granddaughter of Charles Lockhart, one of the U.S.'s first oilmen. He was born in Wigtownshire Scotland in 1818, the grandson of Charles Lockhart of Ersock. I still go by the nickname "Locky."
Anne Muller Anne Muller from Sydney, Australia wrote on August 31, 2018 at 12:43 am:
Sir William Lockhart-Ross 7 generations ago was the father of my 6 generations ago grandmother Jean who married William Bertram.in 1777. William Bertram and Sir William Lockhart-Ross were I understand 1st cousins. My mother was a Bertram.
Barbara Jo Lockhart Barbara Jo Lockhart from Elizabeth, WV wrote on July 21, 2018 at 12:34 pm:
I've been curious as to where my line of Lockhart's originated from. Only info I can find is that of a John Lockhart from Green County PA. Anything prior to that is a mystery! Have a good day!
Marbeth Ethel Lockhart Marbeth Ethel Lockhart from Ayr wrote on June 28, 2018 at 10:08 am:
I'm from Ayr and have always wanted to find out which of the Lockharts I descend from. My search begins here.
DAVID LOCKHART DAVID LOCKHART from Cambridge wrote on June 24, 2018 at 11:32 am:
Growing up near the clyde valley (wishaw), I was always told that we had great heritage in the Lanark area.
Next time i am back up home, I need to look into this a bit more and find out if I really am closely related to this famous family.
Fingers crossed.
Phil Quin Phil Quin from Adelaide South Australia wrote on June 1, 2018 at 11:44 am:
https://www.wikitree.com/photo/jpg/Lockhart-2817#location

Decendant of Isabella Lockhart. Isabella married Hugh Quin in Port Adelaide, Australia 24th April 1848. Original home still standing in Dale Street Port Adelaide.

See link: https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Lockhart-2817
Shirley Lockhart Greenwood Shirley Lockhart Greenwood from Santa Cruz, California wrote on May 12, 2018 at 10:50 pm:
My fourth great-grandfather was William Lockhart, born 1756 (perhaps in Virginia) and died 1834 in Beaver County, Pennsylvania. I am very interested in finding others who descend from this line. I am hoping to learn the earlier history of this line.
Julie Chambers Julie Chambers from Marlborough wrote on April 20, 2018 at 12:19 am:
I am a 12th generation great grand daughter of James and Martha Lockhart. My grandmother Cameron immigrated from Scotland to New Zealand in 1928. I would love any info on my heritage.
Allen Lind Allen Lind from Brandon Mississippi USA wrote on March 12, 2018 at 10:19 pm:
My grandmother was Josie Lockhart (born approx 1900). I named my daughter Laura Lockhart Lind. My grandmother traveled to Lee Castle in her 70s and spoke with the then current owners. I am told that my great+++...... grandfather was Joe Lockhart who fought in the American Revolution in New York and then settled in the Ohio Valley. His first of 19 children was the first white child born in the Ohio Valley. I don't know much about my ancestry but may pursue some day.
Bobby Lockhart Bobby Lockhart from Ocean isle beach wrote on February 24, 2018 at 2:18 am:
I am Bobby Lockhart from Western Kentucky. The Lockhart family has been there for generations. I would appreciate any information on my family from that area.