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Thomas Brown Lockwood
1873-1947

This entry is reprinted from"Geneological and Family History of Western New York," ed. by William Richard Cutter, 1912, Vol. II, p. 719

Thomas B., only son of Hon Daniel N. Lockwood,, was born in Buffalo. New York, February 7, 1873. He was educated in the public schools, Buffalo, State Normal College, Buffalo High School, and entered Yale University in 1891, whence he was graduated, B. A., class of 1895.

Returning to Buffalo, he read law with Rogers, Locke & Milburn, attended Cornell University Law School one year, and was admitted in 1897 to practice in the Supreme Court of the state of New York. He was at one time associated with the firm of Lockwood, Hoyt & Greene, but for some years has practiced alone.

He was formerly a director of the Third National Bank, and a director of the Federal Telephone Company. In 1907 he was appointed by Mayor James N. Adam, a member of the board of park commissioners, and is at present (1911) president of the board. In 1910 he was appointed secretary of the Municipal Tuberculosis Commission of Buffalo, created by act of the state legislature. This position he resigned in 1911. In that year he was appointed by Mayor Louis P. Fuhrman, a member of the Small Parks Commission.

Politically, Mr. Lockwood is a Democrat. His fraternities are Delta Kappa Epsilon and Phi Delta Phi. His clubs are the Saturn, Buffalo, University, Country and Park of Buffalo, and the University of New York City.

He married, November 1, 1904, Marion, daughter of
George K. and Carrie (Humphrey) Birge, of Buffalo.


Photo source: Buffalo Historical Society Publications, Ed. by Frank H. Severance, Vol. 30, 1930

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