Major Andrew Lockridge, Revolutionary War Hero Is my great-great-great grandfather.
Born in Augusta, Virginia, USA on 10 APR 1730 to James Lockridge and Isabella Kincaid. Major Andrew Lockridge married Jane (John, Christopher) Graham (Lockridge) and had 12 children. He passed away on 15 March 1791 in Staunton, Augusta County, Virginia, USA.
Major Andrew Lockridge found in U.S., Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970
Military Service On 15 Sep 1778 Andrew was appointed Major of the 2nd Virginia Battalion, and at one point was commander of Fort Dinwiddie in present day Bath County.
Maj. Andrew Lockridge was born in 1730 in Augusta County, Virginia. He fought in the Revolutionary War as a rank of Major with the Militia of Augusta City, Virginia Infantry. Major Lockridge served as Captain under Gen. Andrew Lewis in the Point Pleasant campaign and belonged to Col. Charles Lewis’ regiment. He was in the battle of Point Pleasant Oct. 10, 1774, and left there in command of 119 men to guard wounded when on Oct. 17th Gen. Lewis crossed the Ohio. Following the fall of 1776, Capt. Lockridge was at times in command of Fort Dinwiddie, In 1777, he was at Vance’s Fort, and a year later at Clover Lick,
Greenbriar County. In 1778, he was made Major of the second Battalion of the Augusta Militia. Regiments of this section were at the battle of Cowpens and Guilford. His place of residence during the Revolution was Cow Pasture, Augusta County, Virginia.  He married Jean (Jane) Graham Apr. 7, 1762. Andrew died on March 15, 1791, in Augusta County, Virginia, at the age of 61, and was buried in Augusta County (now Highland County), Virginia on his homestead in the Lockridge Family Cemetery.