Person:Daniel Lockwood (3)

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Daniel Lockwood
b.1831 New York
d.abt 1888
m. BEF 1863
  1. Helen E. Lockwood1863 - AFT 1920
  2. Olive Lulu Lockwood1865 - 1945
  3. Hattie Lockwood1868 - 1891
  4. Fredrick Lockwood1873 - BEF 1900
Facts and Events
Name[1][2] Daniel Lockwood
Gender Male
Birth? 1831 New York
Marriage BEF 1863 to Francelia M. Brown
Occupation[4][5] 1880 a News Agent
Census[4][5] 1880 St. Louis, St. Louis, Missouri, United States
Census 1880 St. Louis, St. Louis, Missouriwith Francelia M. Brown
Death[6] abt 1888

DANIEL LOCKWOOD was born in 1831 at New York. Daniel's parents are listed in the 1880 census as being born in New York. He married FRANCELIA M. BROWN. They were likely married about 1863. Francelia was 19 in 1863 and daughter Helen was born in that year. Daniel was thirteen years older than Francelia.

Their first three children Helen, Olive, and Hattie, were all born in Illinois. Daughter Olive was born in Rock Island Illinois, so it is probable that Helen and Hattie were born there as well. Sometime between 1868 when Hattie was born in Illinois and 1873 they moved to Missouri where son Fredrick was born.

Daniel was a News Agent in 1880. He and FRANCELIA M. BROWN appeared on the census of 1880 at St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri.

He died circa 1888. Wife Francelia states in the 1900 census that they were married for 25 years. If they were married about 1863, that places Daniel's death in about 1888.

Census

Daniel Lockwood Census
Year Source Image
1880 1880 US Federal Population Census: Saint Louis, Saint Louis County, Missouri Enum 1
1880 1880 US Federal Population Census: Saint Louis, Saint Louis County, Missouri (2) Enum 2
References
  1. Madeline Hyde Kowalsky. Hyde/Butt Family Records. (Family Records, 2000), Secondary quality.
  2. Olive Lockwood Parke Death Certificate. (Cook County Clerks Office), 1845, Primary quality.
  3.   1910 US Federal Population Census: 6-Wd Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, 1910, Primary quality.
  4. 4.0 4.1 Firrst Enumeration, in 1880 US Federal Population Census: Saint Louis, Saint Louis County, Missouri, 1880, Primary quality.
  5. 5.0 5.1 Second Enumeration, in 1880 US Federal Population Census: Saint Louis, Saint Louis County, Missouri (2), 1880, Primary quality.
  6. 1900 US Federal Population Census: Chicago Ward 2, 1900, Primary quality.