||7 Jul 1758
||Greenwich, Fairfield, Connecticut
||14 Jan 2006 |
||Joseph Lockwood, b. Abt 1727, Greenwich, Fairfield, Connecticut |
||Charity Knapp, b. 5 Dec 1733, Greenwich, Fairfield, Connecticut |
||10 Nov 1751
||Greenwich, Fairfield, Connecticut
||Betsey Skelding, b. 14 Oct 1764, Stamford, Fairfield, Connecticut , d. Aft 1836, Of Albany, Albany, New York |
||23 Dec 1780
||Stamford, Fairfield, Connecticut
| ||1. Orice Lockwood, b. 15 Dec 1782, Stamford, Fairfield, Connecticut |
| ||2. Nancy Lockwood, b. 12 Jan 1785, Stamford, Fairfield, Connecticut |
| ||3. Samuel Mills Lockwood, b. 28 Jan 1787, Stamford, Fairfield, Connecticut |
- BIOGRAPHY: Per book below:
1. "Married 23 Dec 1780...by Charles Webb, Justice of the Peace at Stamford, Conn. 'He enlisted 5 May 1755, in Capt. Thomas Hobby's Company, and was discharged 30 Jun 1775, and again enlisted 12 Jul 1775, in the 1st Comp. of Col. Charles Webb's 7th Conn. Regiment, and was discharged 10 Dec 1775.' (Connecticut in Revolution, p. 66 and 79.) Was in the battles of Flatbush, and Brooklyn, and White Plains in 1776, Monmouth in 1778. Was Orderly Serg. in the Artillery under Capt. E. Stevens of Col. Lamb's Regiment of Conn. troops, and discharged 1780. Was also on boats of Long Island Sound and the East River, and also engaged at Horse Neck and Stamford. (Stamford Reg.)"
2. Affidavit in Albany County, State of New York: "On the 7th of December, 1836, personally appeared Betsey Lockwood, of the City of Albany, aged 72 years, doth declare that she married Jared Lockwood, at Stamford, Connecticut, where they then resided, in December, 1780; that her husband fought in the battles of Flatbush and Brooklyn, when the British Army advanced on New York, 1776, and at the battle of White Plains in the same year. That he fought at the battle of Monmouth in June, 1778. The three years preceding the summer of 1780, he had been Orderly Sergeant in the Artillery Company under Capt. Ebenezer Stevens, Col. Lamb's Regiment of troops raised by the States of Conn. and NY, attached to, and forming part of the regular Army of the USA. He was discharged in the summer of 1780. Subsequent to our marriage my husband was constantly engaged in various war services: in cruising in the government arms boats in Long Island Sound, and the East River, reconnoitering within the enemies lines, and in communicating with our friends within the enemies posts. He was in an engagement at a place called Horse Neck. He was in a battle in the eastern part of the Town of Stamford. That he was engaged with a party of the enemy, who in the summer 1782, having landed and secreted themselves, surrounded on a Sunday afternoon the Meeting House in which the Rev. Moses Mather was preaching, and took Minister and Congregation prisoners. She also declares that Betsey Skelding mentioned in the annexed marriage certificate is one and the same person with Betsey Lockwood the deponent. And that she has resided at Albany ever since the death of her husband. Generally called Betsey, though now wtitten Elizabeth. (Signature: Elizabeth Lockwood) Jared Lockwood and Betsey Skelding were married by Charles Webb, Esq., Justice of the Peace for Fairfield County on Dec. 23d, 1780. The foregoing is a true copy of the Record, Certified by Seymour Jarvis, Town Clerk of Stamford, Conn."
1. From LDS name extraction program of Vermont and Connecticut statewide indexes: 7 Jul 1758, Greenwich Twp, Fairfield, Connecticut.
ORDINANCES: Verified 2 Apr 2002.
BAPTISM: Online Ordinance Index FHL film 183548, p.641, Ord. 22407.
ENDOWMENT: Online Ordinance Index FHL film 183548, p.641, Ord. 22407.
SEALING TO PARENTS: Online Ordinance Index FHL film 002932, batch 7450346 from LDS name extraction program of Vermont and Connecticut statewide indexes.
SEALING TO SPOUSE: Per Ordinance index, FHL film 1395944, sht.11, batch 8493207.
1. The book: "Genealogy of the Lockwood Family 1630-1888/Descendents of Robert Lockwood, Colonial and Revolutionary History of the Lockwood Family in America from A.D. 1630", compiled by Frederic A. Holden and E. Dunbar Lockwood, Printed privately by the family, 1889, Philadelphia.