Genealogy: Lockwood Bibliography

This bibliography documents the Robert Lockwood Genealogy on this site. Both are presented with the kind permission of Tom Ayres, a descendant of Robert Lockwood.


Adjutant’s General, Record of Service of Connecticut Men in the War of the Revolution…Hartford, 1889, pp. 125-32, 157, 162.

Anderson, Robert C., The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-1633 Vol. II, pp. 1192-4.

Ayres, Helen D., conversation with Thomas D. Ayres, Aug. 10, 2006.

Banks, Charles E., Winthrop Fleet of 1630: An Account of the Vessels, the Voyage, the Passengers, and their English Homes from Original Authorities. p. 80.

Barbour, Lucius A., Barbour Collection: Connecticut Vital Records prior to 1850, Norwalk, pp. 79-82

Bond, Henry,  Genealogies of the Families and Descendants of the Early Settlers of Watertown, Massachusetts. p. 353.

Census Records 1840, 1850, 1860, 1880, 1900, 1910, 1920 and 1930.

Collister, Virginia, letter June 17, 1977 and conversation with Thomas D. Ayres Aug. 17, 1987, at Milan.

Commerative Biographical Record (Fairfield County, Conn.) p. 459

Company Muster Roll of the Second Connecticut Regiment: War Department Collection of Revolutionary War Record Group 93, National Archives Building, Washington, DC.

Curtis Family Bible, in possession of Thomas D. Ayres, Canton, Conn.

Daughters of the American Revolution. Marriage Records of Huron County, Ohio Vol. 2, Old Series, 1812-1839.

Josephson, Matthew,  EdisonA Biography, pp.16-7.

Edison Papers, Rutgers University, Edison’s reminiscences, Vol. 1 of the Edison Papers.

Edison Memorial Methodist Church (Milan, Ohio), records, 1838-1985

Erie County, Ohio Common Pleas Court – Key Trust Co. Trustee of the Testamentary Trust of Verna Lockwood Williams.

Firelands Pioneer, Norwalk, Ohio: 1859, pp. 83, 126-7, 139, 545; 1866, pp. 81-2; 1874, pp. 83-5; 1898, pp. 341-2; obituaries, pp. 126-7, 139, 269-70, 278, 288-9, 534-5, 542-6, 557, 562, 966, 1603-4, 2016-7.

First Cemetery, East Norwalk, Conn.

First Church in Huntington, Long Island, New York 1723-1779, p. 71

First Presbyterian Church (Milan, Ohio), Minutes Book, 1828-1937

Hall, Erwin, The Ancient Historical Records of  Norwalk Connecticut: With a Plan of the Ancient Settlement and of the Town in 1847. pp. 61, 184, 189, 291.

Hall, Rev. Edwin, Pastor of First Congregational Church of Norwalk, CT, 1847

Historical Society of Watertown. Watertown Records. Pp. 4-5, 8-9, 11.

History of Erie County (Ohio), pp. 82-4.

History of Northwest Ohio, pp. 977-8.

Holden, F. A. and Lockwood, E. D., History of the Lockwood Family, pp. 1-2, 14-5, 44-7, 86, 89-90, 209, 219-20, 367, 369-70, 501, 599. Note: there are errors in the early generations in this book, so information was verified by other sources (e.g., Barbour Index of Connecticut vital records).

Hurd, D. Hamilton, History of Fairfield County, Connecticut: With Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of its Prominent Men and Pioneers p. 498, 514.

Huron County, Ohio: Sufferer’s Deeds 1797-1805; and Land Deeds 1809-1835.

Jacobus, D. L., History & Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield (Conn.), pp. 380-87, 715-16.

Josephson, Matthew, Edison, A Biography pp. 16-7.

Latham, Claude, letter Dec. 19, 1979 to Thomas D. Ayres.

Lockwood Papers of Ralph and George Lockwood of Milan, Ohio, – in possession of Jay Mooney and transcribed by Thomas Dunmore Ayres, June 2005.

Lockwood Probate Records: Emma L. Lockwood; Ralph Lockwood; Ralph M. Lockwood; Sarah Lockwood (1914); Stephen Adolphus Lockwood (1922); Verna Lockwood Williams.

Lockwood, Robert, Baptismal record from Suffolk County, England.

Lockwood, Sarah – 1914 Agreement of the beneficiaries of her Last Will and Testament.

Lockwood, Stephen – Revolutionary War records, National Archives

Lockwood, Stephen A., Family Bible, in possession of Robert A. Meacham, Milan, Ohio.

Lockwood Temple, 5 West Church St., Milan, Ohio – A Review for Preservation Potential, April 1992.

Meacham, Ames – numerous conversations with Thomas D. Ayres and letters of June 7, 1979 and Oct. 16, 1979.

Milan Cemetery Association records.

Milan & Milan Township, Ohio, 1976 – pp. 18-927, 30-1.

Milan Tribune /Advertiser / Ledger Newspapers and Monroeville Spectator, at Milan Public Library – Aug. 2, 1847; Jan. 3, 1856; Sept. 1878; Nov. 12, 1881; Nov. 1890; Mar. 1893; Dec. 1897; Mar. 1898; Nov. 1904; June 1906; Oct. 1906; May 27, 1920; Apr. 20, 1922; Oct. 19, 1922; June 26, 1924; Jan. 16, 1931; Jan. 26, 1934; Oct. 18, 1935; Nov. 10, 1939; Sept. 28, 1944; June 1, 1950; Aug. 18, 1950; Oct. 20, 1955; June 22, 1964.

Nelson, Paul David, William Tryon pp. 170-2.

Norwalk Reflector Newspaper – Feb. 8, 1902.

Ohio History Central (internet site), Ohio Lunatic Asylum, p.1.

Old Series Marriage Records of Huron Co. (Ohio) 1812-1839.

Oliver, Marjorie, conversation with Thomas D. Ayres, Dec. 27, 1987.

Peeke, H. L., A Standard History of Erie Co., Ohio pp. 82-4, 1223-4, 1149-50.

Probate Records: Connecticut State Archives, Hartford, Conn. – Eliphalet Lockwood [#3], Ephraim Lockwood [#2], Joseph Lockwood [#4] and Joseph Lockwood [#6]

Richards Family, pp. 103-4.

Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center, Obituary Index (on-line).

Record of Service of Connecticut Men in the War of the Revolution, Second Regiment, Connecticut Line, pp. 125-32, 157, 162.

Register of Pedigrees and Services of Ancestors (Conn.).

Savage, James, Genealogical Dictionary of New England Vol. 3, pp. 104-5.

Selleck, Rev. Charles M., Norwalk (Conn.) pp. 187, 189-91, 214, 289-91, 312.

Supreme Court of Ohio – Reports of Cases Argued & Determined: 1860, Vol. XIX, pp. 448-452; and 1887, Vol. VII, pp. 388-410.

Town House Hill Cemetery (Wall St. and East Ave.), Norwalk, Conn.

Upton, Harriet T., History of the Western Reserve Vol. III.

USS Tuscumbia (1863-5).

Van Dusen, Albert E., Connecticut: A Fully Illustrated History of the State from the Seventeenth Century to the Present pp. 110, 199.

Watertown, Massachusetts Vital Records, pp. 4, 5, 8, 9, 25.

White, Wallace B., Milan Township and Village, One Hundred and Fifty Years pp. 6, 8-9, 14, 18, 32-4, 72.

Williams, W. W., History of the Firelands Comprising Huron & Erie Counties, Ohio pp. 16-7, 112.

© 2010 by Tom Ayres. All Rights Reserved.

One Response

  1. Thomas D. Ayres is descended from Robert Lockwood, not his wife. Please correct your introduction.


    Tom Ayres


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