War of the Revolution

After a pause of a month or so in this project, I finally found the time to dig into the list of the veterans of the Revolutionary War who are buried in Norwalk, Connecticut. Of the 59 names on that list, several had extensive battle experience in George Washington’s Army. Others served for a monthContinue reading “War of the Revolution”


1725 (Norwalk, CT) – August 30, 1788 (Norwalk, CT); 63 years oldMarried to Thankful Richards on August 20, 1751 in Stamford, CTChildren: Elizabeth, Hannah, Martha, Daniel Captain Nathaniel Webb’s Company, 9th Connecticut Regiment; August – September 1776 Buried in Old Sound Beach Cemetery also known as Tomac Burying Ground, roughly 27 Tomac Avenue, Greenwich, ConnecticutContinue reading “PRIVATE DANIEL LOCKWOOD”


August 16, 1754 (Norwalk, CT) – February 13, 1830 (Norwalk, CT); 75 years oldMarried to Sarah Betts on April 14, 1782 in Norwalk, CTChildren: Sarah, Ralph, Stephen, Elizabeth, George, Henry, Esther, Mary Captain Jabez Gregory’s Company, 9th Connecticut Regiment; May – September 1777 In the fifth generation the ancestor was Stephen Lockwood, of Norwalk, Connecticut.Continue reading “CAPTAIN STEPHEN LOCKWOOD”


November 15, 1755 (Norwalk, CT) – July 1, 1816 (Norwalk, CT); 60 years oldMarried to Catharine Seymour on January 25, 1776 in Norwalk, CTChildren: Hannah, Lewis, Betsey, David, Sally Eliphalet Lockwood’s Company of Coast Guards; 1779 – 1780 Buried in Town House Hill Cemetery END


1916 or 1917 – April 7, 1945; 28 or 29 years oldUnmarriedLast local address: Westport Avenue, NorwalkEnlisted September 11, 1940Service number: 11019651Unit: 63rd Infantry Division, 253rd Infantry Regiment, C Company Born to Edward and Anna Lockwood. Brother Harry (1918-?). Sister Lillian (?-1945). SSG Lockwood lived in the Fairfield County Temporary Home for Children during theContinue reading “STAFF SERGEANT EDWARD LOCKWOOD; U.S. ARMY”