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Posted by: Mary Cureton (ID *****0530) Date: October 30, 2004 at 11:03:23
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Lock, Aaron
Union Infantry 11th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry (New Organization)
Lock, Abel
Union Cavalry 1st Regiment, Ohio Cavalry
Lock, Able
Union Infantry 17th Regiment, Ohio Infantry (3 months, 1861)
Lock, Abner C.
Confederate Cavalry 6th Battalion, Texas Cavalry (Gould's)
Lock, Abram J.
Union Infantry 3rd Regiment, Vermont Infantry
Lock, Addison B.
Union Infantry 18th Regiment, Iowa Infantry
Lock, Alanson H.
Union Artillery 1st Battalion, Maine Light Artillery
Lock, Albert
Union Artillery 1st Regiment, Michigan Light Artillery
Lock, Albert
Union Cavalry 2nd Regiment, Massachusetts Cavalry
Lock, Albert N.
Union Artillery 2nd Regiment, Massachusetts Heavy Artillery
Lock, Alfonzo
Union Infantry 17th Regiment, Illinois Infantry
Lock, Alfred
Union Artillery 2nd Regiment, United States Colored Light Artillery
Lock, Alfred
Union Infantry 52nd Regiment, Illinois Infantry
Lock, Alfred
Union Artillery 1st Regiment, US Artillery (Regular Army)
Lock, Allen
Union Infantry 123rd Regiment, United States Colored Infantry
Lock, Alvin
Union Infantry 25th Regiment, Iowa Infantry
Lock, Americus J.
Union Infantry 17th Regiment, Iowa Infantry
Lock, Andrew
Union Cavalry 1st Regiment, Wisconsin Cavalry
Lock, Andrew
Union Infantry 57th Regiment, Illinois Infantry
Lock, Andrew D.
Union Infantry 12th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry
Lock, Andrew J.
Union Artillery 1st Regiment, Massachusetts Heavy Artillery
Lock, Andrew J.
Union Infantry 35th Regiment, Missouri Infantry
Lock, Andrew J.
Union 15th Regiment, Veteran Reserve Corps
Lock, Andrew W.
Union Infantry 6th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry
Lock, Andrew W.
Union Infantry 11th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry
Andrew Locke
Fought in the Civil War. He was born in 1827 to Nelson Locke and Amanda Squires. He married Miss. Lizzie George on 8 JUL 1854 in South Berwick, Maine. They had two children. He died 1906.Andrew, a farm laborer, and his wife were living in Deering, Hillsborough County, NH
Lock, August
Union Infantry 45th Regiment, Wisconsin Infantry
Lock, Augustus D.
Union Infantry 11th Regiment, Maine Infantry
Lock, B.
Confederate Infantry 33rd Regiment, Georgia Infantry
Lock, B. F.
Union Cavalry 1st Regiment, New Hampshire Cavalry
Lock, B.F
Confederate Cavalry 12th Regiment, Tennessee Cavalry (Green's)
Lock, B.F.
Confederate Infantry 32nd Regiment, Arkansas Infantry
Lock, Benjamin
Union Infantry 32nd Regiment, Ohio Infantry
Lock, Benjamin
Union Infantry 140th Regiment, Indiana Infantry
Lock, Benjamin F.
Confederate Cavalry 34th Regiment, Texas Cavalry (Alexander's) (2nd Texas Partisan Rangers)
Lock, Benjamin F.
Union Artillery 1st Regiment, Massachusetts Heavy Artillery
Lock, Benjamin F.
Union Cavalry 13th Regiment, Missouri Cavalry
Benjimin T Locke
Union Cavalry 1st Regiment, New Hampshire Cavalry. Enlisted in Company L, First Reg. Cavalry, was captured and spent six weeks in Libbey Prison. He returned home, but re-enlisted and went with Sheridan as Sergeant of Cavalry. While riding his horse at Kearneysville, VA, he was shot and killed from ambush. He was born 9 SEP 1835 in Barrington, New Hampshire to Benjimin and Bestey Hurd Locke. He married Miss.Agnes La Bounty on 24 MAY 1860 in New Durham, New Hampshire. He died 24 AUG 1864 in Kearneysville, Virginia .
Lock, Benjamin T.
Union Infantry 93rd Regiment, Indiana Infantry
Lock, Bennett R.
Confederate Infantry 1st Regiment, North Carolina Infantry (6 months, 1861)
Lock, Bertram G.
Union Infantry 11th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry
Lock, Blanderman S.
Confederate Infantry 5th Regiment, Missouri Infantry
Lock, Bryant
Union Infantry 47th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry
Lock, Calvin
Confederate Infantry 44th Regiment, Tennessee Infantry
Lock, Calvin
Confederate Infantry 44th Consolidated Regiment, Tennessee Infantry
Lock, Carl
Union Infantry 2nd Regiment, Missouri Infantry
Lock, Charles
Union Infantry 46th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry
Lock, Charles
Union Artillery 1st Battery, Arkansas Light Artillery
Lock, Charles
Union Infantry 67th Regiment, Ohio Infantry
Lock, Charles
Union Artillery 11th Independent Battery, New York Light Artillery
Lock, Charles
Union Infantry 179th Regiment, New York Infantry
Lock, Charles A.
Union Infantry 2nd Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry
Lock, Charles A.
Union Infantry 12th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry
Lock, Charles A.
Union Infantry 28th Regiment, Michigan Infantry
Charles E Locke
Union Infantry 89th Regiment, New York Infantry.Charles was born 29 SEP 1845 in Port Henry, Essex County, New York Galen and Sarah Allen Locke. Charles Earl Locke, was a native of the Empire state and a representative of one of its old families, his ancestors having come from England in the Mayflower. Through Intervening years the family has been prominently connected with events of Importance in the east and later in the west. Representatives of the name served in the Revolutionary war, assisting in winning American Independence, and later took part in the War of 1812. Dr. Charles Earl Locke won for himself a creditable place as a physician and surgeon in the east. He is a graduate of Bellevue Hospital of New York and engaged in practice In New York city until 1888, when he removed westward to Colorado, making Denver his destination. He continued in active practice in this city until 1917 and his pronounced ability placed him in the front rank
among the most skilled and successful physicians and surgeons of Colorado. He is a Civil war veteran, having served as captain of a company in the Seventy-ninth New York Highlanders during the period of
hostilities between the north and the south, and he is a past commander of the Loyal Legion of the United States. He also belongs to the Grand Army of the Republic and proudly wears the little bronze button that proclaims him one of the veterans of the Civil war. At the time of the Spanish-American war he again enlisted for active military service, joining the First Colorado Volunteer Infantry. He was wounded at Manila during one of the skirmishes there but remained at the front until victory was won in the Philippines, after which he returned home with his regiment. Politically he has ever been a stanch republican and at one time he served as a member of the state senate, giving careful and earnest consideration to the vital questions which came up for settlement during that period. He is also a Mason, holding membership in Henry M. Teller Lodge, No. 144, and he belongs to Denver Lodge, No. 17, B. P. O. E. He is ever loyal to the teachings and purposes of these organizations and his upright life, his marked ability and his sterling worth have gained for him a high measure of confidence and respect. He married Jennie W. Barber, a daughter of the Hon. William B. Barber, who was at one time judge in Essex county, New York, and was a representative of an old family of that state of Scotch-Irish descent. He died 21 FEB 1922 in Denver, Colorado .
Lock, Charles H.
Union Infantry 12th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry
Lock, Charles H.
Confederate Infantry 22nd Battalion, Virginia Infantry
Lock, Charles H.
Confederate Miles' Legion, Louisiana Volunteers
Lock, Charles H.
Union Infantry 33rd Regiment, New Jersey Infantry
Charles Merchant Locke
Charles fought in the Civil War between the years 1861 and 1865. He and Louisa were found as a farmers in July 1870 in Des Moines Township, Van Buren County, Iowa. At that time he had an estate valued at $2,500 and personal property of $740.00. He was buried in Maple Grove Cemetery, Cantril, Van Buren, Iowa. He was born 7 AUG 1844 in near Evansville, Preston, VA to William and Nancy Pierpoint Locke. He married Miss. Louise Whitman on 20 SEP 1868 in Kohoka, Clark County, MO. He died 3 FEB 1902 in Cantrill, Van Buren, IA
Lock, Charles N.
Union Infantry 45th Regiment, Kentucky Infantry
Lock, Charles N.
Union Infantry 4th Regiment, Kentucky Mounted Infantry
Lock, Charles S.
Union Infantry 24th Regiment, Maine Infantry (9 months, 1862-63)
Lock, Charles W.
Union Cavalry 8th Regiment, Ohio Cavalry
Lock, Charles W.
Union Infantry 11th Regiment, Ohio Infantry
Lock, Charles W.
Union Cavalry 6th Regiment, Pennsylvania Cavalry (70th Volunteers)
Lock, Chars. W.
Union Cavalry 2nd Regiment, Pennsylvania Provisional Cavalry
Lock, Christian
Union Infantry 51st Regiment, Pennsylvania Infantry
Lock, Christian
Union Infantry 148th Regiment, Illinois Infantry
Clinton Adam Locke
Sergeant, Company A, Clark's Texas Regiment, C.S.A. Clinton Adam was killed fighting for the confederacy. He was born 4 SEP 1841 in Ipswich, Essex, MA He parents were Clinton and Abigail Tibbetts Shannon Locke. He died 9 APR 1864 in Pleasant Hill, Sabine, LA.
Lock, Cyrus
Union Infantry 47th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry
Lock, D.
Confederate Infantry 8th Regiment, Alabama Infantry
Lock, Daniel
Confederate Cavalry 11th Regiment, Mississippi Cavalry
Lock, Daniel
Confederate Infantry 3rd Battalion, Mississippi Infantry (State Troops)
Lock, Daniel
Union Infantry 22nd Regiment, Indiana Infantry
Lock, Daniel
Union Cavalry 3rd Regiment, Indiana Cavalry
Lock, Daniel
Union Cavalry 8th Regiment, Indiana Cavalry
Lock, Daniel
Confederate Cavalry 2nd Regiment, Virginia Cavalry
Lock, Daniel H.
Union Infantry 14th Regiment, West Virginia Infantry
Lock, David
Confederate Infantry 1st Regiment, Florida Infantry Reserves
Lock, David
Union Infantry 100th Regiment, Pennsylvania Infantry
Lock, David
Union Infantry 100th Regiment, Pennsylvania Infantry
Lock, David
Confederate Infantry 34th Regiment, Alabama Infantry
Lock, David
Union Infantry 22nd Regiment, Indiana Infantry
Lock, David B.
Union Infantry 146th Regiment, New York Infantry
Lock, David E.
Union Cavalry 7th Regiment, Kansas Cavalry
Lock, David J.
Confederate Infantry 37th Regiment, Alabama Infantry
Lock, David R.
Union Cavalry 8th Regiment, Kentucky Cavalry
Lock, Dudley
Union Infantry 116th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry
Lock, E. W.
Confederate Infantry 27th Battalion, Georgia Infantry
Lock, Edmond M.
Union Infantry 14th Regiment, Ohio Infantry
Lock, Edward A.
Union Infantry 16th Regiment, Maine Infantry
Lock, Edward J.
Union Infantry 15th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry
Lock, Edward M.
Union Cavalry 11th Regiment, Illinois Cavalry
Lock, Edwin
Union Artillery 9th Regiment, New York Heavy Artillery
Lock, Edwin M.
Union Infantry 29th Regiment, Maine Infantry
Lock, Eldridge
Confederate Cavalry 11th Regiment, Texas Cavalry
Lock, Elijah
Union Infantry 44th Regiment, Indiana Infantry
Lock, Elijah F.
Union Artillery 4th Regiment, New York Heavy Artillery
Lock, Elisha
Union Artillery 22nd Battery, Indiana Light Artillery
Lock, Ellwood
Union Infantry 3rd Regiment, New Jersey Infantry
Elvin Locke
Union Infantry 23rd Regiment, Maine Infantry (9 months, 1862-63). A Lieutenant in the Rye Militia, a shoemaker and propserous farmer at Rye Center. He held minor town offices. He was born 29 MAR 1809 in Rye, Rockingham County, New Hampshire to John and Abigail Jenness Locke. He married Miss. Louise Berry on 2 APR 1835 in Rye, Rockingham County, New Hampshire . He died 23 JUN 1882 in Rye, Rockingham County, New Hampshire.
Lock, Emanuel
Union Infantry 143rd Regiment, Pennsylvania Infantry
Lock, Ephraim L. M.
Union Infantry 76th Regiment, New York Infantry
Lock, Erastus E.
Union Cavalry 5th Regiment, New York Cavalry
Lock, Ethan G.
Union Infantry 176th Regiment, New York Infantry
Lock, Everett S.
Union Artillery 2nd Regiment, Massachusetts Heavy Artillery
Lock, Ewing M.
Union Cavalry 7th Regiment, Iowa Cavalry
Lock, F.
Union Infantry 13th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry
Lock, F.A.
Confederate Infantry 36th Regiment, Arkansas Infantry
Lock, Francis
Union Infantry 8th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry (9 months, 1862-63)
Lock, Francis
Union Infantry 63rd Regiment, Illinois Infantry
Lock, Francis D.
Confederate Infantry 3rd Regiment, Tennessee Mounted Infantry (Lillard's)
Lock, Francis M.
Union Infantry 22nd Regiment, Indiana Infantry
Francis Yetton\Seaton Locke
Union Infantry 24th Regiment, Maine Infantry (9 months, 1862-63). He served as a Corporal. He was born 18 APR 1837 in ME to Francis and Isabelle Fields Locke. He married Miss. Augusta Richardson on 2 APR 1857 in Temple, Franklin Co, ME. They had five children. He then married Miss.Rosetta Luce on 10 JUN 1871 . They had five children. He died abt 1887.
Lock, Frank
Union Artillery
1st Regiment, New Hampshire Heavy Artillery
Lock, Frank
Confederate 122nd Regiment, Virginia Militia
Franklin Hawkins Locke
Mr. Frank Locke an old and respectable citizen of this community, died Monday of pneumonia at his home in Lewis Grove. Mr. Locke had resided near here for many years and was well known to all of our older citizens. He served in the famous Clarke Calvary during the war. His age was about 75 years. He was born 1837 in Jefferson County, Virginia to John and Anne Locke. He married Miss. Hannah Willingham on 6 JAN 1876 in Bride's Home in Clarke County, VA. They had six children. He died 19 JAN 1903 in Clarke Co, Virginia
Lock, Fred
Union Infantry 22nd Regiment, Wisconsin Infantry
Lock, Frederic A.
Union Infantry 29th Regiment, Maine Infantry
Lock, Frederick
Union Infantry 44th Regiment, Wisconsin Infantry
Lock, Frederick
Confederate Infantry 30th Regiment, Virginia Infantry


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