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He immigrated in 1749; from Germany to Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.1 Major Leonard Lockman was a German doctor who came out with the original expedition. He received the rank of Major in the Army from the British Government for services rendered it. Lockman Street was named after him. He was buried under the "Little Dutch Church," where his escutcheon and monument may yet be seen. His death occurred May 9th, 1769. His age was 73 years.2 The next grant was given to Major Leonard Lockman. It consisted of 248 acres with a deduction of 30 acres for roads. Its bounds were:- 160 rods on beach, 282 rods on Rev. Aaron Cleveland's grant, 136 rods on Cow Bay Lake and 225 rods on land of Rev. Mr. Tutty. Lieut. Joseph Hawkins received this grant Sept. 3, 1784.2
Children of Leonard1 Lockman and an unknown spouse were:
Children of Thomas2 Lockman and Ann Musgrave were:
3. Peter Thomas3 Lockman (Thomas2, Leonard1)3,1 was born circa 1818 in Sidney, Nova Scotia, Canada.1,4 He married Johanna Shea, daughter of Patrick Shea, in 1842.3,4 He died on April 28, 1892 in Charleston, Kanawha Co., WV.4 He moved from PA to WV after 1856. He was a miner. He enlisted in the Union Army at Peytona, WV, as a Sergeant, was at Charleston and was discharged as a 1st Sergeant on Sept. 10, 1862. He was with the 7th WV Cavalry. At the time of enlistment he was 5'10" tall, blue eyes and grey hair on November 6, 1861.
Children of Peter Thomas3 Lockman and Johanna Shea were as follows:
4. Patrick Henry4 Lockman (Peter3, Thomas2, Leonard1)3 was born circa 1844 in Sidney, Nova Scotia, Canada. He married Alice Glass on April 26, 1868 in Kanawha Co., WV. He married Lucia Carter on May 4, 1875.
Alice Glass3 died in 1873.
Children of Patrick Henry4 Lockman and Alice Glass were:
Children of Ella Rachel4 Lockman and Benjamin Greenwood Williams were:
6. Harry Overton5 Lockman Sr. (Patrick4, Peter3, Thomas2, Leonard1) was born on October 24, 1875.5 He married Florence Taylor. He died on October 30, 1969 at age 94.5 He was Postmaster at Helen, WV. He was retired circa 1948.
Florence Taylor was born on February 11, 1884.5 She died on March 17, 1958 at age 74.
Children of Harry Overton5 Lockman Sr. and Florence Taylor were as follows:
Henry Clay Bailey4 was born on June 4, 1906 in
Charleston, Kanawha, WV.4 He died on October 19, 1982 in
Charleston, Kanawha, WV, at age 76.4
The Charleston Gazette, Wednesday, October 20, 1982, Page 2D
Henry Clay Bailey, Sr., 76, of 143 Kenna Drive, South Charleston, died Tuesday in St. Francis Hospital after a long illness.
He was a retired manager of the parts department of Import Car Supply. Surviving: wife, Emma Williams Bailey; sons N. Morton of Roanoke, VA., James B. of Scott Deport, Henry C. Jr. and Thomas K., both of Charleston, Jerry W. of St. Albans; sisters, Mrs. Jessie Swenson of Boca Raton, Fla., Mrs. Pauline Akers of Lake Butler, Fla.; 10 grandchildren; two great-grandchildren.
Service will be at 2 p.m. Thursday in Snodgrass Funeral Home, South Charleston, with the Rev. James L. Kipp officiating. Burial will be in Sunset Memorial Park. Friends may call from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home.4
Children of Emma L.5 Williams and Henry Clay Bailey were as follows:
8. Harry Overton6 Lockman Jr. (Harry5, Patrick4, Peter3, Thomas2, Leonard1) was born on March 10, 1910 in Handley, Kanawha Co., WV. He married Ela Blackwell circa 1934; This was a "shotgun" wedding. He and Ela Blackwell were divorced. He married Mary Elizabeth Lyons, daughter of John Arley Lyons and Winnie Hobart Cook, on May 8, 1948 in Beckley, Raleigh Co., WV.14 He died on May 5, 1951 in Beckley, Raleigh Co., WV, at age 41; cause of death was a basal fracture of the skull & 1st & 2nd cervical vertebrae.15 He was buried; in London Memorial Park near Montgomery, WV.
He was described as 6' 4", black hair and blue eyes. He was graduated from Virginia Politechnical Institute in 1933. After graduation from Virginia Politechnical Institute, he worked for the Civilian Conservation Corp. - probably in Cincinnati, OH. Later he worked in Cincinnati, OH for the Edna Brass Steel Manufacturing Company as an accountant. Harry was a very brilliant man whose hobby was model rail roading. He created a miniature town on plywood, making mountains, tunnels, water towers, train station with stores and houses, small tracks with switching stations, traffic crossing. He was shy to some extent but he would enjoy talking about his trains, also his college days at VPI in Blacksburg, VA.
Children of Harry Overton6 Lockman Jr. and Ela Blackwell are:
Children of Harry Overton6 Lockman Jr. and Mary Elizabeth Lyons are:
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