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|Don Hansen||Descendant of Jeremiah Lochry|
Checking in with you. Jeremiah Lochry was a 7th great-grandfather of mine. My direct line is through his son, William. Would like to exchange information with you and any of the other descendants that have written to you.
|Dan Lowry||Jeremiah Lochry|
I'm just starting to research geneology, and found out hat Jeremiah was my great (6 times), grandfather. His son William is my direct lineage. Reading about his son Archibald, and the sacrifices that he and the other folks made is a real eye-opener.
Thank you to all for providing this very useful information.
|Ann Fahl||Lockery Grave|
Jeremiah Lockery is my ancestor too. I am concerned about the condition of his grave. After contacting the neighboring church, I've found out how much a new small marker would cost. I am looking for people that would be willing to contribute to this project. As the American founder of a family his marker should be better than just a little pile of rocks! You may contact me through my website at annfahl.com
Added by Ann Fahl on Dec 17, 2011 12:22 PM
|j miller; AKA-: thestonehunter||Jeremiah Lohry|
This is the notes in my program. Have more in files.
This might be more than you want.
Surname spellings:Lochery, Lockery, Lochry, Loughry, Loughery, Loughrey, Loughrie, Loghry, Laughery, Lochary, Lochera
!BIRTH: abt 1707. FamilySearch, Ancestral File v4.19. Submitted by Betty Lou Rankin, 123 Fawn Drive, Clairton, PA. Research date 30 Apr 2000
!BIRTH: A Brief History of the Loughry Family of Pennsylvania, Compiled by Julia A. Jewett, Saint Louis Missouri, 1923, pg 1. 'The father came from Derry County Ireland and settled in the extreme Cumberland County, PA, in Lack Township, afterwards Lurgan Township, before 1840 taking up land under the Maryland grant.' pg 6. 'Jeremiah Lockery, the father of the family in America, was born in Ireland and came to America before 1740.'
!1749 DEATH: A Brief History of the Loughry Family of Pennsylvania, Compiled by Julia A. Jewett, Saint Louis Missouri, 1923, pg 7
!HISTORY: Jeremiah Loughty, was b. in Derry co., N. Ireland abt 1700. He came to America in the early 1730's with five sons (no mention of daughters). He had two more sons born in America. His children born in Ireland were Jeremiah Jr., Archibald, William, Mary, Rebecca, and Margaret. He had two sons born in America, John, b. 1737, York co. Pa and James b. aft 1738. Email from Rebecca Lucas, date 13 Jan 2000
!HISTORY: Jeremiah Lockery, the father of the family in America, was born in Ireland and came to America from Derry County before 1740. Tradition says he came with five sons and settled in the extreme confines of Cumberland County, Pa in Lurgan Township before 1740, taking up land wnder the Maryland Grant. No mention is made of his wife or daughters. His wife's name is thought to be Mary. The children of the family were brought up as youthful pioneers enduring all the hardships of a wild county, thus fitting them for the work in store for them in the future, when their counr should have need of their strength and reliability. He and his sons took part in the early wars of the county. His son, Jeremiah is on the list of officers of the Pennsylvania Regiment commanded by the Honorable John Penn, Esq. as First Battalion Lieutenant. Son Jeremiah was also a Captain in the Frontier Rangers. He was one who escaped the disastrous scenes of Braddock's Defeat (1755). Beer's History states that Jeremiah was buried in the cemetery located near the junction of Big and Little Marsh Creeks in Highland Township, in what was known as Lower Marsh Creek or Sander's burying ground. He died December 4, 149, and was buried in burial site E-37. [Registrars Office, York, Pa. Administration Index A-L, book A, pg 42.] 'April 26, 1750. Letters of Administration were granted to Mary Loughry and James Loughry on the estate of Jeremiah Loughry of York County, deceased.' Inventory to be exhibited on or before April, 1751, given under seal of this office, 16th April 1750. LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION: Register's Office, York PA, Administration Index A-L, Book A, pg 42 A Brief Genealogy of One Branch of The Loughry Family of Pennsylvania, Cincinnati, Ohio 1933, F.E.L. Rev. 1997, D.J.L. Research date 30 Apr 2000.
!BURIAL: Lochry, Jeremiah, death date 12-4-1749. Sec, E Row 6 Plot 37. Burial Record of Lower Marsh Creek Presbyterian Church, 1865 Knoxlyn Road, Gettysburg, Pennesylvania [Adams County}Research date 30 Apr 2000 from Cemtery Records Online.Net
Came from Derry Co., Northern Ireland to America before 1740 on the ship "Antelope" Lack Twp. (afterwards Lurgan Twp.), Cumberland Co., Pennsylvania, takingup land under the Maryland Grant. (A brief History of the Loughry Family of Pa., pgs. 1, 6) From Ancestry.com Research date 3 Nov 2000.
!HISTORY: Jeremiah immigrated BET. 1733 - 1737 to From Ireland. He Officer of Honorable John Penn's Pennsylvania regiment. It is said that Jeremiah is buried in the cemetery located near the junction of Big and Little Marsh Creeks in Highland Township, in what was known as Lower Marsh Creek or Sander's burying ground.
The father of the family in America, came from Derry County, Ireland before 1740. Tradition says he came with five sons and settled in the extreme confines of Cumberland County, Pa in Lack Twp, afterwards LurganTownship, taking up land under the Maryland Grant. His wife's name is thought to be Mary Murphee.
A Jeremiah Lochery, who died on December 4, 1749, is recorded in the official burial record of the Lower Marsh Creek Presbyterian Church ashaving been buried in plot E-37 of the church cemetery.
A visit to the grave site reveals there is a headstone made from brownstone with an English crown at the top of the stone. The inscription on the stone appears to have been inscribed in Old English and etched, not chiseled. Tracings were attempted in an effort to ascertain more information but weather has taken it toll and the tracings did not provide any usable information. Mr. Lochry appears to be the second person buried in the cemetery.
This information was received from Denise & Charlie Lockwood of the Lower Marsh Creek Presbyterian Church on Friday September 25, 1998 and sent to Rebecca Loughry Lucas.
Email from Cindy Wiles, address: firstname.lastname@example.org. dated 30 Jan 2002 Jermiah Loughry was born in the early 1700's in morthern Ireland. He married Mary Murphy (Murphee) They emigrated to the United States on a ship by the name of Antelope. The Capt. was James Atkinson, to the port of Philidelphia,Pa. They took up settlement on land under the Maryland Grant. Their children were Rebecca, William, Jeremiah,Margaret,Archibald,John, James. John was bon in 1737 in York Count, Pa. In 1760 it listed him as a weaver. He was in the military in 1783 and served with the Rangers of the Frontier. In 1776 he was a private in the 15th Pen.Colonial lines. He died about 1810 and is buried in Randolph County Pa. He was married in 1791 by the Rev. Richard Swift. His chidren include Patrick, Margaret, William, Sarah, and Aarron. For some reason cannot come up with his wife's name yet. I think it is because of the so many different spelling of the Loughry name. Jermiah was Lockery. Changed when came to America. It has been spelled Loughrie which is my family. Also spelled Laughrey. When John's two daughters got married they listed their father as John Lockrea. I am sure that maybe not being able to read English might have had something. Hope this helps. Have alot more info. if need. If you find out his wife name let me know. We are a direct descent of him. Thanks. Cindy
|j miller; AKA-: thestonehunter||RE: Jeremiah Lochry stone|
Sorry, I was think a Archy Murphy.
The Lochry infor was for a book somewhere I read sometime ago that someone entered
Joe in ID
|j miller; AKA-: thestonehunter||RE: Jeremiah Lochry stone|
No, it's just a closeup. I'll you the photo.
Joe in ID
|j miller; AKA-: thestonehunter||Archibald Murphy|
Thanks for posting a better photo of him and adding the inscription. This was a great move.
I got to other photos from Erica but yours is the best veiw.
Joe in iD
|j miller; AKA-: thestonehunter||Jeremiah Lochry stone|
Thank you for the photo of what is left of his stone. I have a one time found that the stone read "Jeremiah LOHRY - 1749"
Joe in ID