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Re: Lockwoods of 1800s Were Stone Cutters
Posted by: Tom Nevlud (ID *****4289) Date: September 16, 2002 at 11:38:01
In Reply to: Re: Lockwoods of 1800s Were Stone Cutters by John Ben Urban of 785

First, let me say thanks so much for the census information. it is very helpful!

That second family listed as living in the same household is a complete mystery. I know of no Myers (Muyres) directly related to these Lockwoods. Abraham Lockwood's wife was Sarah Randall. Abraham's parents were Jesse Lockwood and Mary "Polly" Dudley. I have much less information on Sarah Randall's ancestry and none on Polley Dudley's.

An interesting coincidence is that a granddaughter of Wilbur Lockwood later marries James Melvin Ivey, whose granddaughter (my wife's mother) marries a Myers (my wife's father). The Iveys and Lockwoods all come from that part of NY and nearby PA. The Myers dead-end in Steuben County, NY as of 1834.

Again thanks!
Tom Nevlud,
Raleigh, NC

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