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Biography

Thomas Henry Lockwood was born circa 1850 to Henry T Lockwood (bef1850-aft1849) and Margaret (bef1850-aft1849) and died 1 December 1918 at 104 Windsor-street in Dulwich Hill, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. He married Harriett Louisa Evans (c1850-1926) circa 1877 in Newtown, New South Wales, Australia.




Children


Offspring of Thomas Henry Lockwood and Harriett Louisa Evans (c1850-1926)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Thomas Henry Lockwood (c1875-c1888)
George J Lockwood (c1878-c1931)
Herbert Levi Lockwood (c1880-c1938)
Sidney Charles Lockwood (c1882-1954)
Ann Lockwood (c1885-)
Harold William Lockwood (1888-1955)
Sarah Lockwood (c1890-)
Henry Thomas Lockwood (c1892-1964)
Edward Evans Lockwood (1896-)




Sources and notes

‡ General
₪ Wedding
  • BDM Index ref for marriage: 1546/1877
¶ Death
  • BDM Index ref for death: 15522/1918
  • LOCKWOOD.—December 1, 1918, at his residence, 104 Windsor-street, Dulwich Hill, Thomas Henry, beloved husband of Mrs. Harriett Lockwood, aged 70 years.
The Sydney Morning Herald, 2 December 1918, page 6
§ Remains
  • LOCKWOOD.—The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. HARRIETT LOCKWOOD and FAMILY are invited to attend the Funeral of her late beloved HUSBAND and their FATHER, Thomas Henry; to leave 104 Windsor-road, Dulwich Hill, THIS DAY, at 1.30 p.m., for C. of E. Cemetery, Rookwood, via Summer Hill.
  • LOCKWOOD.—P.A.F.S. of A., Centennial Lodge, No. 80.—The Officers and Members are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of our late brother, THOMAS LOCKWOOD; to move from his late residence, 104 Windsor-road, Petersham, to Summer Hill, thence to Necropolis, THIS DAY, at 1.15 p.m.
The Sydney Morning Herald, 2 December 1918, page 5

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