Sunday, March 20, 2011

Photo Number 484

Now we have a family of photos..I found a photo of Jessie Glenn’s younger sister Ruth Dale Lockwood.
Ruth Dale Lockwood DL Antiques
Ruth Dale Lockwood Back DL Antiques
Thanks to someone who labeled this photo we know it was taken August 31, 1897.
This is what we know:
1910 United States Federal Census

Gibson County, Indiana

Household Members: Name Age
Stephens V Lockwood 63
Esther Lockwood 37
Jessie G Lockwood 19
Mae I Lockwood 18
Ruth D Lockwood 12
Esther Lockwood Cab card  DL
Esther Lockwood Photo Number 467
Esther’s Children
Jessie Glenn Lockwood Cab card DL Ruth Dale Lockwood DL Antiques
Jessie Glenn Lockwood       Ruth Dale Lockwood
Photo Number 468
Jessie Glenn Lockwood DL Antiques
Jessie Glenn  18 months old
Photo Number 483

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Update from Iggy:
Ruth Dale Lockwood was born 1897. She married Hobart Dewey Reed (b. Jul 13, 1896) in 1917.

In 1920, they were living in Gibson County, Indiana with his parents.

In 1930, Hobart is in Fort Sheridan, Lake County, Illinois, while Ruth is with their nine year old daughter Nancy, in Hazard, Perry County, Kentucky.

Hobart died on Aug 1970 in Fort Walton Beach, Okaloosa, FL. I haven't been able to determine where Ruth Reed ... went or ended up. I get the unconfirmed impression that she and Hobart split up - but have no proof. What became of Nancy Reed - I've not be able to determine.

Hobart appears to have stayed in the Army and risen up through the ranks in the artillery arm. Perhaps he joined the Army before/during the Great Depression and made a career of it.



These photos are Full Circle 25 on April 10, 2011


 Update from Leanne on December 01, 2011
My name is Leanne Reed. Ruth Lockwood was my Great Grandmother, although I never met her. Ruth ended up being married to a man by the last name of Lightfoot. Hobart was a soldier and professional Polo player. His second wife was Claudine Reed of Ft. Walton Beach.

8 comments:

  1. Beautiful and interesting photos, Connie.

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  2. What happened to Mae?
    This certainly was a May/December match.

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  3. Ruth Dale Lwood was born 1897. She married Hobart Dewey Reed (b. Jul 13, 1896) in 1917.

    In 1920, they were living in Gibson County, Indiana with his parents.

    In 1930, Hobart is in Fort Sheridan, Lake County, Illinois, while Ruth is with their nine year old daughter Nancy, in Hazard, Perry County, Kentucky.

    Hobart died on Aug 1970 in Fort Walton Beach, Okaloosa, FL. I haven't been able to determine where Ruth Reed ... went or ended up. I get the unconfirmed impression that she and Hobart split up - but have no proof. What became of Nancy Reed - I've not be able to determine.

    Hobart appears to have stayed in the Army and risen up through the ranks in the artillery arm. Perhaps he joined the Army before/during the Great Depression and made a career of it.

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  5. Mae L Lockwood was born 1892 and died Feb 18, 1986. She married Manning Z Taylor on April 25, 1915. He was born June 1899 in Owensville, Gibson County, Indiana, and died 1955. They are buried in Walnut Hill Cemetery, Union Township, Gibson County, Indiana as is Mae's mother, Esther Lockwood.

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  6. How exciting that the family is coming together. Hopefully you'll find a home for the photos :-) Jo

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  7. My name is Leanne Reed. Ruth Lockwood was my Great Grandmother, although I never met her. Ruth ended up being married to a man by the last name of Lightfoot. Hobart was a soldier and professional Polo player. His second wife was Claudine Reed of Ft. Walton Beach.

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  8. Hi Leanne, Thanks for the added info..I will put it on the main post.
    If you would like a CD copy of these photos you can email me your snail mail address. Do you know Greg? He is the gentleman that I mailed the photos to:)
    My email in on the left side of the blog..click on the yellow flower:) Connie

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Connie