Person:Olive Lockwood (2)

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Olive Lulu Lockwood
m. BEF 1863
  1. Helen E. Lockwood1863 - AFT 1920
  2. Olive Lulu Lockwood1865 - 1945
  3. Hattie Lockwood1868 - 1891
  4. Fredrick Lockwood1873 - BEF 1900
m. 1891
  1. Lillie Belle Parke1891 - 1947
  2. Francelia Parke1895 - 1935
Facts and Events
Name[1] Olive Lulu Lockwood
Gender Female
Birth[2][3] 19 MAY 1865 Rock Island, Rock Island, Illinois
Residence[13] 1867
Census[3] 1870 Wyandotte, Wyandotte, Kansas
Census[6][7] 1880 St. Louis, St. Louis, Missouri
Residence[8][14] 1891 Elgin, Kane, Illinois
Marriage 1891 to Zenith Arthur (Arthur) Parke
Census? 1900 389 Park Street, Elgin, Kane, Illinois389 Park Street
Census 1900 389 Park Street, Elgin, Kane, Illinois389 Park Street
with Zenith Arthur (Arthur) Parke
Residence[9][15] 1901 Chicago, Cook, Illinois
Census? 1910 Chicago, Cook, Illinois, United States4437 Langley Avenue
Census 1910 4437 Langley Avenue, Chicago, Cook, Illinois4437 Langley Avenue
with Zenith Arthur (Arthur) Parke
Residence[2][16] 1914
Census? 1920 Chicago, Cook, Illinois, United States735 88th Place
Census 1920 735 88th Place, Chicago, Cook, Illinois735 88th Place
with Zenith Arthur (Arthur) Parke
Census? 1930 Chicago, Cook, Illinois, United States735 88th Place
Census 1930 735 88th Place, Chicago, Cook, Illinois735 88th Place
with Zenith Arthur (Arthur) Parke
Death[2][4][5][17] 10 JUL 1945 Chicago, Cook, Illinois
Burial[18][19]

OLIVE LULU LOCKWOOD, daughter of DANIEL LOCKWOOD and FRANCELIA M. BROWN, was born on 19 May 1865 at Rock Island, Rock Island County, Illinois. Olive was the second of the four children of Daniel and Francelia Brown Lockwood. Olive was the middle of three older girls, Helen, Olive, and Hattie. The youngest child was brother Frederick. Olive was born in Rock Island, Illinois and lived there until she was about 8. Her family moved to St Louis, Missouri where her brother Frederick was born sometime prior to 1873.

She married ZENITH ARTHUR (ARTHUR) PARKE, son of WILLIAM F. PARKE and CATHERINE E. PERKINS, in 1891. Arthur and Olive were the parents of two daughters. Arthur and Olive's first daughter (Lillie) was born in Elgin, IL. The family moved to Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, around 1901. Arthur's death certificate states that he had been in Chicago for 29 years at the time he died. Arthur and Olive built the house at 735 E 88th Place around 1914. Olive's death certificate states that she lived there for 31 years prior to her death. Their daughter Lillie would also raise her family in this house. In time four different generations of the family would spend time living there. Olive lost her husband in 1932. Three years later in 1935, her youngest daughter Francelia, died young, just 40 years old.

OLIVE died on 10 Jul 1945 at Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, at age 80.

Census

Olive Lockwood Parke Census
Year Source Image
1870 1870 US Federal Population Census: Wyandotte Ward 2, Wyandotte County, Kansas
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
1900 1900 US Federal Population Census: Elgin Ward 3, Kane County, Illinois
1910 1910 US Federal Population Census: 6-Wd Chicago, Cook County, Illinois Pg 1

Pg 2
1920 1920 US Federal Population Census: Chicago Ward 9, Cook County, Illinois
1930 1930 US Federal Population Census: Chicago, Cook County, Illinois
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References
  1. Madeline Hyde Kowalsky. Hyde/Butt Family Records. (Family Records, 2000), Secondary quality.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Olive Lockwood Parke Death Certificate. (Cook County Clerks Office), 1945, Primary quality.
    Death Certificate
  3. 3.0 3.1 1870 US Federal Population Census: Wyandotte Ward 2, Wyandotte County, Kansas, 1870, Primary quality.
  4. Cedar Park Cemetery Parke Records. (Cemetery Record), 1945, Primary quality.
    Cedar Park Parke Records
  5. Cedar Park Cemetery Parke Headstones. (Headstones), 1945, Primary quality.
    Parke Headstones
  6. 1880 US Federal Population Census: Saint Louis, Saint Louis County, Missouri, 1880, Primary quality.
  7. 1880 US Federal Population Census: Saint Louis, Saint Louis County, Missouri (2), She is listed as Alice, 1880, Primary quality.
  8. Lillie Parke Butt Death Certificate. (Death Certificate), 1947, Primary quality.
  9. Z. Arthur Parke Death Certificate. (Death Certificate), 1932, Primary quality.
  10.   1910 US Federal Population Census: 6-Wd Chicago, Cook County, Illinois (2), 1910, Primary quality.
  11.   1920 US Federal Population Census: Chicago Ward 9, Cook County, Illinois, 1920, Primary quality.
  12.   1930 US Federal Population Census: Chicago, Cook County, Illinois (2), 1930, Primary quality.
  13. Olive was born in Rock Island, Illinois and lived there until she was about 8. Her family moved to St Louis, Missouri where her brother Frederick was born sometime prior to 1873.
  14. Arthur and Olive's first daughter (Lillie) was born in Elgin, IL.
  15. Arthur's death certificate states that he had been in Chicago for 29 years at the time he died.
  16. Arthur and Olive built the house at 735 E 88th Place around 1914. Olive's death certificate states that she lived there for 31 years prior to her death. Their daughter Lillie would also raise her family in this house. In time four different generations of the family would spend time living there.
  17. Death Certificate
  18. Cedar Park Parke Records
  19. Parke Headstones