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Re: Lockwoods of 1800s Were Stone Cutters
Posted by: John Ben Urban (ID *****1682) Date: September 16, 2002 at 10:02:23
In Reply to: Lockwoods of 1800s Were Stone Cutters by Tom Nevlud of 785

In the 1855 Ulster County Census I found your family. Here is the data:

Living in Shandaken, Ulster Co., NY:
Lockwood, Abram D 44 frm bUl, Sarah M 31 b. Del all res 11y, James 14 b Ul., Wilber 18, Eliz. 10, Jenette 9, Herman 5, William 2

also living in the same household as the Lockwood family is:
Muyres, Peter 65 b Col. frm, Charlotte 58 b Renss all res 23y, Margt 30, Alberta 28, Cath 27, Ann 25, Anna 23 all b Renss, Geo 22 b Ul, Jacob 21, Frederick 19, Arcelia 16

good luck.

Note: I am not related in any way, I just have some data I thought you could use.


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