Locke Specific Links
Donald's site focuses on the application of DNA technology to the research of genealogy. He has become the focal point for the myriad of Lock(e) lines to collect current test results.
Dean's site focuses on the convergence of the Fulton and Locke clans in Titusville, PA. The site also presents pictures and stories of David & Florinda Locke (of Lyman, NH), their son Jonathan Locke, their grandson Stephen F. Locke Sr., and their great granddaughter Maude Ora Locke Fulton.
This page put forth by the town of Lockeport discusses Nova Scotia's 1st Provincially Registered Streetscape with a row of five Locke related homes.
Genealogical and Historical Sites
Rye, New Hampshire is our home town, as Capt. John Locke made his home within the current town boundaries. The collection and Rye Town Museum contain numerous items of interest to Capt. John Locke descendants.
The New Hampshire Historical Society contains many items from New Hampshire's past including Captain John Locke's sword which he used as Captain of the local Militia. They also have the sickle he used to try and defend himself against the Indians who killed him. As of 2011, the sickle is on permanent display in the museum. To view the sword, please call ahead to schedule an appointment for a private viewing.
The website of the New England Historic Genealogical Society, the nation's oldest and largest genealogical society. One of the country's richest sources on family history, with particular emphasis on local family history. Excellent for genealogists.