Luke Vincent Lockwood

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Luke Vincent Lockwood.

Luke Vincent Lockwood was born February 1, 1872 in Brooklyn, New York, the son of Luke A. Lockwood and his wife, Mary Louise Lyon, daughter of Captain William Lyon and Catherine Mead.[1]

Lockwood was the fifth great-Grandson of the English immigrant and Greenwich colonist, Robert Lockwood and his wife, Susan Norman, daughter of Captain Richard Norman.[2]

Lockwood was a lawyer and an author in the field of furniture design of the Federal Period in United States. He has been termed the "pioneering furniture scholar" in America.[3] He married on November 16, 1897, Alice Gardner Burnell.[4] He died January 23, 1951 at Greenwich, Connecticut. He was also a very active member of Acacia Lodge No. 85 of Ancient, Free and Accepted Masons in Greenwich, Connecticut.[5]

Selected Works[edit]

  • Colonial Furniture in America, Luke Vincent Lockwood, Scribner Publishers (1901)

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Line notes[edit]

  1. ^ Hubbard, Frederick A. (1926). History of Masonry in Greenwich, Connecticut, 1763-1926 (1st ed.). Stamford, CT: The Gillespie Brothers, Inc. p. 44, 166.
  2. ^ Lockwood, Luke A. "Lockwood Family". FindAGrave.com. Retrieved 21 January 2019.
  3. ^ Brown's essay on American furniture scholars
  4. ^ Lockwood, Luke Vincent. "Lockwood Family Tree". Ancestry.com. Retrieved 21 January 2019.
  5. ^ Hubbard, Frederick A. (1926). History of Masonry in Greenwich, Connecticut, 1763-1926 (1st ed.). Stamford, CT: The Gillespie Brothers, Inc. p. 44, 166.

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