CELIA ANN (SELA) SCALF
 Daughter of
John Scalf, Sr. & Edeah Carlisle
Celia A<John Scalf Sr<Lewis Scalf 
 

Celia Ann Scalf (aka Cealy and Sela) was born (according to census records) 1820-1825. Scalf Family History, page 180, lists Sela as being born 1821-1823. If Celia Ann was the last child born to John Scalf, Sr. and Edeah Carlisle Scalf, she was most likely born in Russell County, Virginia because this is where her family was living1820-1830. Sela was probably named for her aunt Ceely Ann Keziah (also listed in some records as Coziah) Scalf, wife of Benjamin Scalf, a brother to her father John Scalf, Sr. 

Of Sela's life, we know nothing until her marriage in 1836. We have reason to believe that her mother, Edeah (Edy) Carlisle Scalf was living with her in Knox County, Kentucky shortly before they both died.

It has been reported that Edy Carlisle Scalf was living with her son, Ira, in Knox County, Kentucky before her death; however, the author feels that Edy most likely stayed alternately with her children in Knox County as was customary for the times. Some records suggest she was in the home of her son, Peter Scalf, for a short time and other records suggest she was with her daughter, Sela Scalf Lockard, shortly before Sela died in 1859.

We first find information on the person we believe to have been Celia (Sela) Ann Scalf, (also known as Cealy Ann) from the marriage bond for her marriage in 1836 Clay County, Kentucky. Although it could be questionable whether this was John senior or junior’s mark on the bond, the author and Virgil Scalf both agree that this was John Scalf, Sr.

In support of this, we refer back to the marriage of Peter and Robert Scalf in October of 1835 in Clay County where their father, John Scalf, Sr. signed consent for their marriages. Logically, if their father signed consent for them in Clay County in October of 1835, he was likely still in Clay County in April of 1836 to sign the marriage bond and consent for his daughter, Celia (Sela) Ann Scalf. He was also missing from the tax list of Russell County, Virginia where he had been living until his move to Clay County, Kentucky sometime between the collection of the Russell County taxes in 1835 and the marriage of his sons in October of 1835 in Clay County, Kentucky. John was then missing from the 1836 Russell County, Virginia tax list, and was not found in Tennessee. However, a John Scalf does appear on the 1836 Clay County, Kentucky tax list and we feel certain this was John Sr. and not his son, John Jr. We also have found no evidence to suggest there was another Cealy Ann Scalf of this time frame in the Kentucky/Tennessee/Virginia area.

The most significant factor in determining that the signer of this marriage bond was John Scalf, Sr., is the mark made on Page 1 of the marriage bond of Cealy Ann Scalf. John Scalf signed his mark on the marriage bond with a (J) instead of the (X) most commonly used. We believe this mark confirms the signer (John Scalf) to have been none other than John Scalf, Sr.

In further support of this conclusion, note on Page 2 of the marriage bond the statement by Mr. Kinningham, “BY PERSONAL CONSENT OF THE FATHER of Cealy Ann Scalf.” In order for her father to give personal consent for this marriage, her father had to be present in Clay County, Kentucky April 6, 1836.

The signature on the declaration given at the courthouse in Hawkins County, Tennessee around 1838-1839 also lends support to the theory that the John Scalf that signed the marriage bond in Clay County, Kentucky was also the same John Scalf that signed the Military Declaration of Revolutionary War Service in Hawkins County, Tennessee. This John Scalf signed by mark (J) on both documents.

From the research of prior authors, we learn that John Scalf, Sr. and Edeah Carlisle Scalf were the parents of 16 children. The last child born to them was Celia Ann (Cealy) Scalf. We have found no other Cealy/Sela/Ceely/Celia Ann Scalf that fits the same timeframe as this Cealy Ann Scalf, and we feel certain that she was the daughter of John and Edeah Carlisle Scalf.   

However, the most confusing information from the marriage bond is the name of the future husband of Cealy Ann Scalf. Her “husband to be,” is listed as Thomas HUBBARD on the marriage bond and not Thomas LOCKARD. We know from other records that Cealy Ann Scalf was the wife of Thomas Lockard.

(LINK TO MARRIAGE BOND, PG 1)    (Courtesy of Virgil Scalf)

State of Kentucky Clay County 6th of April 1836
Know all men by these presents that we Thomas Hubbard & John Scalf are held and firmly bound unto the commonwealth of Kentucky in the ???? sum of fifty pounds lawful money of Kentucky to which payment will and truly to be made, we bind ourselves our heirs
executors & jointly severally & firmly by these presents signed sealed and acknowledged the day & date above written. The condition of the above obligation is such that whereas the above bound Thomas Hubbard is about to obtain a License for a Marriage intended between the said Thomas Hubbard & Cealy Ann Scalf now if the said Thomas Hubbard in good faith performs this his undertaking without some legal cause to prevent then this obligation to be void, else to remain in full force & virtue.

                                                                                                                                                                                                               his
           attest                                                                                                                                                                               Thomas   X    Hubbard  (Seal)
           Lynn. G. Kenningham Dept Clk                                                                                                                                                   mark
           George Stivers Clk of CCC    
                                                                                                                                                                                                                his        
                                                                                                                                                                                                        John  J  Scalf  (Seal)
                                                                                                                                                                                                              mark
 

(LINK TO MARRIAGE BOND PG. 2)    (Courtesy of Virgil Scalf)

State of Kentucky Clay County 6th of April 1836
 I Lynn G. Kinningham Deputy Clerk for George Stivers Clerk of Clay County Court, do hereby certify that bond and security is taken in the clerks office for a marriage intended between Thomas Hubbard and Cealy Ann Scalf by the personal consent of the father of Cealy Ann Scalf these are therefore to license any person legally authorized to solomize the rights of matrimony to join together the said Thomas Hubbard and Cealy Ann Scalf in holy wedlock & this shall be your sufficient warrant for so doing

 

                                                                                                                                                                                               Lynn G. Kinningham Deputy Clk
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       for
                                                                                                                                                                                               George Stivers Clerk of CCC       
 

We know that Celia Ann Scalf, daughter of John Scalf, Sr., married Thomas Lockard/Lockhard/Lockhart. Of this we have no doubt due to the pension file of Thomas Lockard/Lockhard/Lockhart. In the pension file his deceased wife was named as Sela Scalf, and we know that Celia Ann Scalf (daughter of John Scalf Sr.) was known as Sela. (Pension File of Thomas Lockard – Courtesy of National Archives via Virgil Scalf)

LINK TO DOCUMENT - Part 1, Part 2 & Part 3  - Alzya Mariah Stewart Lockard - Widow’s Application for pension) (Pension File of Thomas Lockard - Courtesy of Virgil Scalf)

Cealy Ann should have been 15-17 years old at the time of her marriage in 1836, which coincides with the age of Celia Ann Scalf, daughter of John Scalf, Sr.; however, if Cealy Ann Scalf married Thomas Lockard, then who was Cealy Ann Scalf that married Thomas Hubbard in 1836 Clay County, Kentucky? 

The author cannot offer much in the way of speculation concerning this matter, because Celia Ann Scalf, daughter of John Scalf, Sr. was the only Celia (Cealy/Sela) Ann Scalf known to the family of this particular date.

In the book, Scalf Family History, by Elmer Scalf, Elmer states that Ann Scalf, daughter of John Scalf, Jr., married Thomas Hubbard in 1836 Clay County, Kentucky. However, in his book, Ann Scalf is listed with a birth year of around 1811. This is the only reference to a daughter of John Scalf, Jr. with the name "Ann" that the author has been able to find. Elmer does not state how he arrived at the conclusion that Ann was a daughter of John Scalf, Jr.

Elmer did, however, ask the author in our correspondence from 1989, if the author thought that Ann could have been the daughter of John Scalf, Jr. At the time of Elmer's question, the author had not studied the Clay County records, nor very many of the early family records and could not offer a reasonable opinion on this matter. Elmer stated in his letter that he was not sure who this Ann Scalf was. The author cannot determine in 2008 who this Ann Scalf might have been nor where the record of “Ann Scalf” could have been located that caused Elmer to think this was a daughter of John Scalf, Jr. The only record found at this point, is a marriage bond for Cealy Ann Scalf and Thomas Hubbard and from all appearances could only have been the daughter of John Scalf, Sr.

Cealy Ann Scalf is the only “Ann” Scalf found in Clay County, Kentucky with a marriage in 1836; therefore, the author must conclude that Elmer was confused and speculated this to be the daughter of John Scalf, Jr.

At this date (2008) the author has found no evidence to suggest that this was a daughter of John Scalf, Jr., or that John Scalf, Jr., had a daughter born around 1811 although it certainly was not impossible. The evidence strongly suggests this was Celia Ann (Sela) Scalf, daughter of John Scalf, Sr. and a sister to John Scalf, Jr., rather than his daughter. 

In 1837, John was missing from Clay County and was likely in Hawkins County, Tennessee where he applied for his Revolutionary Pension. His son, John Jr. is probably the John Scalf that appeared on the tax list in Russell County, Virginia in 1837 and 1838, moving down to Hawkins County, Tennessee by 1839.

Note that only one John Scalf appears on the 1836 Clay County, Kentucky tax list and is missing in 1837. On the 1837 Russell County, Virginia tax list, a John Scalf appears; however, it is believed that this was John Scalf, Jr. In his depositions for a military pension at Rogersville, Tennessee (Hawkins Co) John Sr. made the statement that he had moved from Clay County, Kentucky to Hawkins County, Tennessee although he did not state at what time this took place. The author believes this to have taken place sometime after the marriage bond of Celia Ann Scalf in Clay County, Kentucky and the enumeration of the tax list of the year 1836.

1836 and 1837 Clay County, Kentucky Tax Lists:

1836    Clay     Robert Scalf
            Clay     Peter Scalf
            Clay    John Scalf
            Clay     Jesse Scalf
            Clay     Ira Scalf

1837    Clay     Robert Scalf
            Clay     Jesse Scalf
            Clay     Peter Scalf


The author can only offer speculation as to what might have happened in Clay County, the day John Scalf signed the marriage bond and gave consent for his daughter’s marriage to Thomas Hubbard.

     1. Thomas Hubbard was a different individual from Thomas Lockard and the marriage was intended for Thomas Hubbard and Cealy Ann Scalf, but something happened that they did not go through with the marriage.

     2. Thomas Lockard was born Thomas Hubbard and later took the Lockard name or vice-versa.

     3. The clerk made a mistake concerning the surname of Thomas Lockard in Clay County, Kentucky that day.

 The author would appreciate any information - if anyone knows - concerning why Thomas Lockard was listed as Thomas Hubbard on this marriage record.

It should be noted here that the name LOCKARD can be found under various spellings in the records. LOCKARD - LOCKHARD - LOCKHART - LOCKERT- LOCKHERD, and even LOCHARD, just to mention a few. However, Joseph Lockard, a son of Thomas and his second wife, Alzya, stated that LOCKARD is the correct spelling.

The spelling of CELIA will also be found with various spellings in the records. CELY -CELIA - CEELY - CEALY - SEALY- SELY and SELA, among others. Cealy is the spelling listed on her marriage bond. 

It is the belief of the author that Sela Ann Scalf Lockard was probably named for her aunt, Ceely Ann Keziah Scalf, wife of her uncle Benjamin Scalf. However, we have no confirming records to determine which would be the correct spelling of Ceely Ann Keziah Scalf or Cealy Ann Scalf.  The author has used the spelling “Cealy” in this document for Celia Ann Scalf Lockard.  

Two years after the marriage of Thomas and Cealy Ann, around December of 1838 in Hawkins County, Tennessee, Thomas Lockard made a statement in support of the pension for his father-in-law John Scalf, Sr. In this statement Thomas stated that, "he had known John Scalf, Sr. for three years." (Chapter VII - Part 4 - John Scalf, Sr. - The Hawkins County Years-Scalf Family in America-Scalf Family Website).

If Thomas Lockard had been acquainted with the Scalf family for three years, this estimates a marriage date of Thomas and Cealy Ann around 1835-1836 and Cealy Ann would have only been around 14-15 years old if born in 1823. Only one Thomas Lockard is found in Hawkins Co. Tennessee in 1840, which would have been two years after his statement in support of his father-in-law's pension. If this is correct, Thomas and Cealy Ann's first child could have been born 1836 - 1838.

From the 1850 census of Knox County, Kentucky, we find Thomas and Cealy Ann with a son James M. Lockhard born 1837. The years do appear to coincide with the date Thomas gave in his deposition in support of the pension of John Scalf, Sr.

Three years after the signing of the marriage bond by Thomas Hubbard to marry Cealy Ann Scalf, Thomas Lockard signed a statement for John Scalf, Sr., in Hawkins County, Tennessee. Thomas Hubbard could not write and likely could not read. He signed his mark with an X that day in Clay County, Kentucky and the clerk might have made a mistake in writing Thomas’ surname without Thomas knowing his name was signed as “HUBBARD.”

In 1840, a Thomas Lockhart/Lockard was found living in Hawkins County, Tennessee and the author believes this was the same Thomas Lockard/Lockhard who made a deposition in support of his father-in-law's pension (John Scalf, Sr.) in 1838-39 at the courthouse in Rogersville, Tennessee.

The author has added names to the following census as speculation only until further proof can be provided to confirm that this is the family of Thomas Lockard and Sela Ann Scalf Lockard.

Keep in mind that Thomas and Sela married in 1836. Their son, James Madison Lockard, was born (1850 census) about 1837.


1840 Hawkins CO TN

LOCKHART, Thomas

1 male <5 (1836 - 1840)   (James M. Lockard)  
1 male 20 - 30 (1810 - 1820)   (Thomas Lockard)  
1 female 5 - 10 (1830 - 1835)   (Unknown)  
1 female 10 - 15 (1825 - 1830)   (Unknown)  
1 female 15 - 20 (1820 - 1825)   (Celia Ann Scalf Lockard)  
1 female 40 - 50 (1790 - 1800)   (Possible mother of Thomas)

The Squires Ledger from Hawkins County, Tennessee listing the school population of 1844 -1846 shows that Thomas Lockard and family were still living in Hawkins County, Tennessee in the 2d Civil District during 1845 and 1846, and had one child of school age. Their son, James Madison Lockard, would certainly have been of school age in 1845.

Thomas was not listed in this ledger after the year 1846 and it is assumed he had moved back to Kentucky at this time.

(Hawkins County, TN - Squires Ledger – (Courtesy of Sharon Carter - Trent Family descendent)

1845 - Report of the Scholastic population for the year 1845 in the 2nd civil district of Hawkins County.

Tos Lockard 1

1846 - "Commissioners Annel Report to the county court clerk of Hawkins County for the year 1846 of the scholastic population for district no 2nd July 1st 1846."

Thomas Lockard 1

1847 - Thomas is missing from the list.

1848 - Thomas is missing from the list.

1849 - Thomas is missing from the list.

Considering the affidavit of Thomas Lockard for John Scalf, Sr., along with the scholastic population of Hawkins County, Tennessee, we can assume that Thomas was probably living in Hawkins County, Tennessee from December of 1838 or 39 until at least 1846. He did not appear on the Hawkins County, Tennessee records after 1846. 

In 1850, Thomas and Sela were found in Knox County, Kentucky with a family of five children. Hiter or Heiter is listed as a male on this census but it has been stated by some Lockard descendents that Hiter was a female.  We have no information on Hiter to clarify this at this time.


1850 Knox CO KY                 27 September 1850

LOCKARD, Thomas M 35 1815 KY
(Scalf) Sela A. F 29 1821 TN
          James M.   M 13 1837 KY
          Noah M   8 1842 KY
          Hiter D. M   7 1843 KY
          Daniel M   6 1844 KY
          Milton M   1 1849 KY

Note the five-year span between the births of James and Noah in 1850. This time span indicates there could have been one or two children born/died during this time. In 1851, Thomas had five children listed at home on the tax list, which coincides with the 1850 census.

Thomas was found on the tax list of Knox County, Kentucky in 1850. It appears that Thomas did live out his life in Knox County, Kentucky for he was not found in Hawkins County, Tennessee after 1846.

Thomas Lockard - 1850   

White male over 21 years of age --- 1
Water course - Richland Creek

Thomas Lockard - 1851    

White male over 21 years of age --- 1
Cattle --- 2
Children between 6 and 16 years old --- 5

By 1852, Thomas now has 3 children at home suggesting that two had either married or died.

Thomas Lockard - 1852      

 White male over 21 years of age --- 1
 Children between 6 and 16 years old --- 3

Thomas Lockard - 1853 

White male over 21 years of age --- 1
Children between 6 and 16 years old --- 3
Horses and mares --- 1
Value of horses and mares --- $15
Number of hogs over six months old --- 15
Cattle --- 1
Total value --- $15

In 1852 and 1853, only three children were home indicating that James and Noah had probably married at this time. However, by 1854, another child is added indicating another child was born 1853-1854. This brings the total children to six.

Thomas Lockard - 1854

White male over 21 years of age --- 1
Children between 6 and 16 years old --- 4
Horses and mares --- 1
Value of horses and mares --- $20
Number of hogs over six months old --- 15
Cattle --- 1
Total value --- $20

 Thomas Lockard - 1855

White male over 21 years of age --- 1
Children between 6 and 16 years old --- 4
Number of hogs over six months old --- 4

The 1856 tax list shows that another child had probably married 1855-1856 because Thomas now has three children in the home again.  The same number of children are in the home in 1857 and 1858 as well.

Thomas Lockard - 1856  

White male over 21 years of age --- 1
Children between 6 and 16 years old --- 3
Number of hogs over six months old --- 7

Thomas Lockard - 1857    

White male over 21 years of age --- 1
Children between 6 and 16 years old --- 3
Number of hogs over six months old --- 3
Value of gold, silver and other metallic watches and clocks --- $10
Total value at 30 cents per 100 --- $10

 Thomas Lockard - 1858 

White male over 21 years of age --- 1
Children between 6 and 16 years old --- 3
Cattle --- 3
Value of gold, silver and other metallic watches and clocks --- $8
Total value at 30 cents per 100 --- $8

By 1859, once again there are four children in the home indicating that another child had been born 1858 - 1859. Thomas was the only male listed over 21 years of age on this tax list. This tax list reveals that Thomas and Sela had a total of seven children by 1859. This was the year that Sela died. However, we have no way of knowing if Sela was living when the tax list was taken or if she had died. We have no date for the tax list but Sela died in May of this year.

Thomas Lockard - 1859   

White male over 21 years of age --- 1
Children between 6 and 16 years old --- 4
Number of hogs over six months old --- 3
Cattle --- 2
Pounds of tobacco --- 5
Bushels 0f corn --- 150
Value of gold, silver and other metallic watches and clocks --- $10
Total value at 30 cents per 100 --- $10

Cealy (Sela) Ann Scalf Lockhard/Lockard/Lockhart died May 23, 1859 in Knox County, Kentucky. Her cause of death is unknown for we have been unable to obtain a death record for Sela Ann. It is thought that she might have died in childbirth or due to complications of childbirth; however, we cannot confirm this. It is believed that her mother (Edy Carlisle Scalf) was also living in the home when Sela Ann died. The pension file of Thomas Lockard confirms Sela Ann's death date from several depositions made by various folks.

LINK TO THOMAS LOCKARD (SELA) Page 1 and Page 2 STATEMENT OF NATHAN JONES

 

LINK TO THOMAS LOCKARD (SELA) Page 8-2 STATEMENT OF JOSEPH LOCKARD

           

(Pension file of Thomas Lockard – Courtesy of Virgil Scalf)

The Kentucky Register also records the death of someone whom the author believes to have been Celia Ann Scalf Lockard. The spelling of Clien is listed and is believed to have been a misspelling of Celia.  Thomas Lockard is also listed beneath the name on page 185. The surname is spelled Lockerd in the registry.  The pension file of Thomas Lockard confirms in several documents the same date of death for Sela Ann Scalf Lockard that appears on the Kentucky Register under the spelling of Clien Lockard, which also lends support to the fact that this is likely the same person. Her father’s name is listed in the Kentucky Register as John Scalf from Virginia.

LINK TO KENTUCKY REGISTER

LINK TO PENSION FILE - (Pension affidavits 16-1 and 16-2)
 

After Sela died in 1859, Thomas and the children appear on the 1860 census of Clay County, Kentucky.

1860 Knox CO KY               28 June 1860              Payne District

LOCKARD, Thomas M 44 1816 KY
          Noah M 18 1842 KY
          Daniel M 14 1846 KY
          William  M   8 1852 KY
          Ardena F   5 1855 KY
          Sarah Jane F   3 1857 KY

The 1859 tax list shows four children between the ages of 6 and 16 still in the home of Thomas Lockard. The 1860 tax list suggests that another child had been born for Thomas is now listed with five children in the home. The 1860 census reveals that Sarah Jane was born about 1857.

Since Noah did not marry until 1862, we must assume that he was one of the four children in the home in 1859 and again on the 1860 tax list. The 1860 census shows Noah in the home. However, the tax list states "children between the ages of 6 and 16," and from census records Noah appeared to be over the age of 16. Therefore, we can only speculate that another child was born before 1860. There have been no other children found, however.  


1860 Tax List

Thomas Lockard      

White male over 21 years of age --- 1
Children between 6 and 16 years old --- 5
Number of hogs over six months old --- 6
Cattle --- 2
Pounds of tobacco --- 10
Bushels of corn --- 10
Bushels of wheat --- 30

(Kentucky Tax Lists from Kentucky Archives – Courtesy of Virgil Scalf)

The Civil War brought turmoil for the country and Thomas, as did others, answered the call to battle. Thomas had lost his wife and probably left his children in the care of relatives when he joined Company I of the 7th Kentucky Volunteer Infantry (Union Forces). Thomas enlisted August 20, 1861 and was discharged March 7, 1863.

(Link to enlistment and discharge dates - Thomas file 3) (Courtesy of Virgil Scalf) 

Civil War

Name: Thomas Lockard
Enlistment Date: 20 Aug 1861
Enlistment Place: Camp Dick Robinson, Kentucky
Side Served: Union
State Served: Kentucky
Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 20 August 1861.
Enlisted in Company I, 7th Infantry Regiment Kentucky on 22 Sep 1861.
Discharged from Company I, 7th Infantry Regiment Kentucky on 7 Mar 1863 at Young's Point, LA.

Name: Thomas Lockard
Side: Union
Regiment State/Origin: Kentucky
Regiment Name: 7 Ky. Infantry
Regiment Name Expanded: 7th Regiment, Kentucky Infantry
Company: I
Rank In: Private
Rank In Expanded: Private
Rank Out: Private
Rank Out Expanded: Private
Alternate Name: Thomas/Lockhard
(Courtesy of Virgil Scalf)

Pension Request: (Link to document)


Children of THOMAS LOCKARD and CELIA (SELA) ANN SCALF
 from the database of Virgil Scalf:

     1. James M. Lockard, born 1837.
     2. Noah Lockard, born 1842; died 1911.
     3. Heiter Lockard, born 1843.
     4. Daniel "Don" Lockard, born 1846.
     5. Milton Lockard, born 1849.
     6. William Lockard, born 4 March 1853.
     7. Ardina Lockard, born 1855.
     8. Sara Jane Lockard, born 1856.

The database of Virgil Scalf shows eight children born to Thomas and Celia Ann Scalf Lockard.

 No information has been found for Heiter/Hiter as of this date (2008); therefore, a section has not been added for Hiter at this time. Should we find information for Hiter, this chapter will be updated with the new information. 

The war had left Thomas disabled and sometime in the early 1880’s Thomas applied for pension benefits from his service for his disability. Although the author cannot find a specific date for this filing, a document in the pension file of Thomas states that Thomas was denied benefits on September 29, 1885. It was stated on the document that Thomas was denied for a fractured clavicle and chronic diarrhea. However, it was learned from the pension file of his son, Daniel Lockard, that the records of Thomas and Daniel had apparently been confused. Thomas did not have a fractured clavicle but did have chronic diarrhea.

LINK TO FILE – (Lockard, Thomas – Pension affidavit 2)

Thomas’ Declaration for a Pension states that Thomas was 65 years old. The date of this document is simply 188__. The last number was not included and the date may have been 1880. In this document it is stated that Thomas fell from his horse and had a broken collarbone and chronic diarrhea. H. H. Hunter, Clerk of the Circuit Court of Knox County, Tennessee, submitted this document.

LINK TO FILE – (Lockard, Thomas, Pension – Declaration for an Invalid Pension) 

LINK TO FILE (Lockard, Thomas –Pension Affidavit 3)

From his disability discharge in 1863, we learn that Thomas was 5 ft – 8 inches tall, blue eyes, and auburn hair.

LINK TO FILE (Lockard, Thomas – Pension – Disability Discharge)

 

JAMES MADISON LOCKARD
Son of
Thomas Lockard & Celia Ann Scalf
James Lockard<Celia A Scalf<John Scalf, Sr<Lewis Scalf

 
James Madison Lockard, son of Thomas Lockard and Celia Ann (Sela) Scalf, was born about 1837 in Kentucky. James joined the 27th Kentucky Infantry, Co. F, (Union) as a Private and was ranked to Corporal at discharge. We do not have the dates of enlistment or discharge for James.


Name: James M. Lockard
Side: Union
Regiment State/Origin: Kentucky
Regiment Name: 27 Kentucky Infantry
Regiment Name Expanded: 27th Regiment, Kentucky Infantry
Company: F
Rank In: Private
Rank In Expanded: Private
Rank Out: Corporal
Rank Out Expanded: Corporal

James married Sarah A. Jones on January 9, 1858 in Knox County, KY (Database of Virgil Scalf).

James and Sarah were found on the 1860 through 1900 census of Owsley and Wolfe County, Kentucky. Census records of this family are the only information we have available at this time. James named his oldest daughter Celia and a younger daughter Ordena. He also named sons after his brothers. James and Sarah were the parents of ten children with eight living in 1900. 


1860 Owsley CO KY                    14 August 1860        Spruce Grove

LOCKARD, Madison M 25 1835 KY
            Sarah F 21 1839 KY
            Breckenridge M   1 1859 KY


Note that the son, Breckenridge, is gone from the census in 1870 and Hiram appears.  His full name was likely Hiram Breckenridge Lockard.


1870 Wolfe CO KY            22 July 1870        Hazel Green

LOCKHART, James M. M 34 1836 TN
              Sarah A. F 30 1840 KY
              Celia A. F 11 1859 KY
              Hiram M   9 1861 KY
              Lucinda F   6 1864 KY
              Margaret J. F   4 1866 KY
              Henry M   2 1866 KY
              Thomas M 9/12 1869 KY    born August


1880 Wolfe CO KY                1 June 1880        Precinct 5

LOCKERD, James W. Head 41 1839 KY KY TN
              Sarah A. Wife 41 1839 IL TN KY
              Celia A. Dau 21 1859 KY KY KY
              Hiram B. Son 19 1861 KY KY KY
              Lousinda Dau 17 1863 KY KY KY
              Margret J. Dau 15 1865 KY KY KY
              Henry Son 13 1867 KY KY KY  (James Henry)
              Thomas Son 11 1869 KY KY KY
              Assel Son   9 1871 KY KY KY
              William Son   7 1873 KY KY KY
              Daniel Son   5 1875 KY KY KY


1900 Wolfe CO KY                    7 June 1900                Holly

LOCKARD, James M. Head 61 Aug 1838 KY TN TN  
         Sarah Wife 60 Nov 1839 KY KY KY 10 children born, 8 living
         Ordana Dau 17 Sep 1882 KY KY KY  


James and Sarah were the parents of eight living children according to the 1900 census of Wolfe County, Kentucky. Sarah stated she had ten children with eight living.  

 
 

HIRAM B. LOCKARD
Son of
James Madison Lockard & Sarah Jones
Hiram<James<Celia A<John Scalf Sr<Lewis Scalf


Hiram B. Lockard, son of James Madison Lockard and Sarah Jones Lockard was born April 1861. He married September 22, 1881 at Breathitt Co., Kentucky to Mahala Banks. Hiram was 20 years old and Mahala was 19. This was a first marriage for Mahala and a first marriage for Hiram. The Minister performing the ceremony was S. P. Chandler. (Breathitt Co. Marriages, Bk 3, p 31. LDS reel 836543.)

Hiram and Mahala were found on the 1900 and 1910 censuses of Wolfe County, Kentucky with their children. Hiram Lockard died February 9, 1916. (Link to death certificate)

Mahala was found in 1920 living with their son Andy. She was living with their son Walter in 1930.


1900 Wolfe CO, KY                        8 June 1900                    Antioch

LOCKARD, Hiram Head 39 Apr 1861 KY TN KY Married 17 years  
           Mahala Wife 28? Oct 1871? KY NC KY Married 17 years 7 children born, 4 living
           Andy Son 15 Mar 1885 KY KY KY    
           James M. Son 12 1888 KY KY KY    
           Walter   Son   9 1891 KY KY KY    
           Daniel B. Son   5 1895 KY KY KY   (Daniel Boone Lockard)
BANKS, Sanford   54 1846 KY NC KY    


1910 Wolfe CO KY                    13 May 1910                Holly

LOCKARD, Hiram Head 49 1861 KY KY KY Married 27 years  
          Mahala Wife 50 1860 KY KY KY Married 27 years 9 children born, 4 living
          Andy  Son 25 1885 KY KY KY    
          James M. Son 21 1889 KY KY KY    
          Walter Son 17 1893 KY KY KY    
          Daniel B.  Son 13 1897 KY KY KY    
          Nellie Niece   6 1904 KY KY KY    


1920 Wolfe CO KY                    10 & 12 January 1920                Holly

LOCKARD, Andy Head 35 1885 KY KY KY  
(Graham), Bertha Wife 26 1894 KY KY KY  
           Hector Son 1 5/12 1918 KY KY KY  
           Mahala Mother 58 1862 KY KY KY Widow


1930 Wolfe CO KY                    8 April 1930                                Holly

LOCKARD, Walter Head 38 1892 KY KY KY Widower
            George Son 11 1919 KY KY KY  
            Vernia Dau   7 1923 KY KY KY  
             Robert Nephew 11 1919 KY KY KY (Son of Daniel Boone Lockard)
             Mahaley Mother 70 1860 KY KY KY Widow



ANDREW "ANDY" LOCKARD
Son of
Hiram Lockard & Mahala Banks
Andrew<Hiram<James<Celia A.<John Scalf Sr<Lewis Scalf


Andrew, “Andy” Lockard, son of Hiram and Mahala Banks Lockard, was born about 1884-1885 in Kentucky (census). Andy married Bertha Graham. In 1820, Wolfe County, Kentucky, his mother Mahala was living in the home and listed as a “widow.”  


1920 Wolfe CO KY                    10 & 12 January 1920                Holly

LOCKARD, Andy Head 35 1885 KY KY KY  
(Graham), Bertha Wife 26 1894 KY KY KY  
           Hector Son 1 5/12 1918 KY KY KY  
           Mahala Mother 58 1862 KY KY KY Widow


1930 Wolfe CO KY                    8 April 1930                                Holly

LOCKARD, Andy Head 46 1884 KY KY KY Married @ 30
          Bertha Wife 36 1894 KY KY KY Married @ 20
          Hector   Son 11 1919 KY KY KY  
          Orval Son   9 1921 KY KY KY  
          Lester  Son   6 1924 KY KY KY  
          Ethel Dau   5 1925 KY KY KY  
          Jessie   Son   3 1927 KY KY KY  
          Maud Dau   0 1930 KY KY KY  

 

JAMES MADISON "MATT" LOCKARD
Son of
Hiram Lockard & Mahala Banks
James<Hiram<James<Celia A.<John Scalf Sr<Lewis Scalf


James Madison “Matt” Lockard, son of Hiram and Mahala Banks Lockard, was probably named for his grandfather, James Madison Lockard. He was born December 9, 1886 according to his WWI Draft Registration Card. His wife was Sallie on the 1920 Breathitt County, Kentucky census.


WWI Registration Card


Name: James Madison Lockard
Age: 30
Date of Birth: December 9, 1886        (Link to original document)
Home Address: Oakdale, KY             
Present Occupation: Farmer                                                
Employer's name: Self employed
Height: Medium
Build: Medium
Color of eyes: Blue
Color of Hair: Black
Date: June 5, 1917



1920 Breathitt CO KY                 9 January 1920                            Precinct 15

LOCKARD, Matt Head 33 1887 KY KY KY
           Sallie Wife 27 1893 KY KY KY
           Ora Dau   3 1917 KY KY KY
           Ellis Dau 1 3/12 1918 KY KY KY


1930 Breathitt CO KY                   17 April 1930                            Oakdale Precinct

LOCKARD, Matt Head 42 1888 KY KY KY Married @ 27
           Sallie Wife 38 1892 KY KY KY Married @ 23
           Ora Dau 13 1917 KY KY KY  
           Ellis Dau 11 1919 KY KY KY  
           Beatrice Dau   8 1922 KY KY KY  
           Stanley Son   7 1923 KY KY KY  
           Hazel Dau   5 1925 KY KY KY  
           Selden Son   3 1927 KY KY KY  
           Sylva  Dau 11/12 1929 KY KY KY  



WALTER D. LOCKARD
Son of
Hiram Lockard & Mahala Banks
Walter<Hiram<James<Celia A.<John Scalf Sr<Lewis Scalf


Walter D. Lockard, son of Hiram and Mahala Banks Lockard, was born March 31, 1891 in Kentucky. Walter was found living with his family in 1920 and 1930 Breathitt County, Kentucky. We do not have his wife’s name at this time although the census indicates her name was “Clancy.”  This could have been a misspelling of another name, however. Walter died July 1971. (SS Death Records-Courtesy of Virgil Scalf)

WWI Registration Card

Name: Walter D. Lockard
Age: 26
Date of Birth: March 31, 1891        (Link to original document)
Home Address: Pence, KY           
Present Occupation: Farmer                                                
Employer's name: Self employed
Height: Short
Build: Medium
Color of eyes: Dark blue
Color of Hair: Black
Date: June 5, 1917

 

1920 Breathitt CO KY                 9 January 1920                            Precinct 15

LOCKARD, Walter Head 25 1895 KY KY KY
(MOMS), Clancy Wife 22 1898 KY KY KY
           George Son 1 8/12 1918 KY KY KY


1930 Wolfe CO KY                    8 April 1930                                Holly

LOCKARD, Walter Head 38 1892 KY KY KY Widower
            George Son 11 1919 KY KY KY  
            Vernia Dau   7 1923 KY KY KY  
             Robert Nephew 11 1919 KY KY KY (Son of Daniel Boone Lockard)
             Mahaley Mother 70 1860 KY KY KY Widow


Social Security Death Index

Name: Walter Lockard
SSN: 406-07-6213
Last Residence: 41313  Bethany, Wolfe, Kentucky, United States of America
Born: 31 Mar 1891
Died: Jul 1971
State (Year) SSN issued: Kentucky (Before 1951 )

DANIEL BOONE LOCKARD
Son of
Hiram Lockard & Mahala Banks
Daniel<Hiram<James<Celia A.<John Scalf Sr<Lewis Scalf
 

Daniel Boone Lockard, son of Hiram and Mahala Banks Lockard, was born January 18, 1895 in Kentucky. Daniel was age 22 on his WWI Draft Registration Card. His wife is listed as Oma on the 1920 census of Breathitt County, Kentucky. We do not have her maiden name at this time. Daniel died Nov 1969 (SS Death Records and WWI Registration – Courtesy of Virgil Scalf)


WWI Registration Card


Name: Boone Lockard
Age: 22
Date of Birth: January 18, 1895        (Link to original document)
Home Address: Pence, KY           
Present Occupation: Farmer                                                
Employer's name: Self employed
Height: Short
Build: Medium
Color of eyes: Dark blue
Color of Hair: Dark brown
Date: June 5, 1917



1920 Breathitt CO KY                 9 January 1920                            Precinct 15

LOCKARD, Daniel B. Head 25 1895 KY KY KY
              Oma Wife 17 1903 KY KY KY
              Robert Son   3 1917 KY KY KY


Social Security Death Index

Name: Boone Lockard
SSN: 405-07-4256
Last Residence: 46808  Fort Wayne, Allen, Indiana, United States of America
Born: 18 Jan 1895
Died: Nov 1969
State (Year) SSN issued: Kentucky (Before 1951 )



JAMES HENRY
LOCKARD
Son of
James Madison Lockard & Sarah Jones
Henry<James<Celia A.<John Scalf Sr<Lewis Scalf


James Henry Lockard, son of James Madison Lockard and Sarah Jones, was born 1867-1868 (census). James Henry and his family were found on the 1900 through 1930 censuses of Breathitt County, Kentucky. Henry Lockard married Catherine "Cass" King on April 29, 1885. (Courtesy of Virgil Scalf)


1900 Breathitt CO KY                            19 June 1900                    Frozen

LOCKARD, Henry Head 33 Mar 1867 KY KY KY Married 15 years  
           Catherine Wife 30 Jun 1870 KY KY KY Married 15 years 7 children born, 7 living
           Leslie Dau 14 Mar 1886 KY KY KY    
           Lillie F. Dau 11 Mar 1889 KY KY KY    
           Price Son   9 Sep 1890 KY KY KY    
           Alvida Dau   7 Jun 1892 KY KY KY    
           Leonard Son   5 Apr 1895 KY KY KY    
           Seldon Son   2 Jul 1897 KY KY KY    
           Maude  Dau 8/12 Sep 1899 KY KY KY    


1910 Breathitt CO KY                25 April 1910                        Precinct 4

LOCKARD, Henry Head 42 1868 KY KY KY Married 1 time for 25 years
             Catherine Wife 39 1871 KY KY KY Married 1 time for 25 years
             Alvida  Dau 17 1893 KY KY KY  
             Leonard Son 14 1896 KY KY KY  
             Seldon Son 12 1898 KY KY KY  
             Maud Dau 10 1900 KY KY KY  
             Gracie A.  Dau   8 1902 KY KY KY  
             Della  Dau   5 1905 KY KY KY  
             Calla Dau   3 1907 KY KY KY  
             Flossie Dau 10/12 1909 KY KY KY  
CARPENTER, Elva Boarder   5 1905 KY KY KY  


1920 Perry CO KY                    21 January 1920                        Hamdin

LOCKARD, Henry Head 52 1868 KY KY KY  
            Catherine Wife 49 1871 KY KY KY  
            Seldon Son 22 1898 KY KY KY  
            Della Dau 15 1905 KY KY KY  
            Callie Dau 13 1907 KY KY KY  
            Flossie Dau 10 1910 KY KY KY  
            Vina  Daughter in law 20 1900 KY KY KY Married to Seldon Lockard
            Leslie Grandson 1 4/12 1918 KY KY KY  
CARPENTER, Elva Grandson 14 1906 KY KY KY  

Note: Henry Lockard died in a coal mine accident June 30, 1927. (Link to death certificate)

 

THOMAS LOCKARD
Son of
James Madison Lockard & Sarah Jones
Thomas<James<Celia A.<John Scalf Sr<Lewis Scalf
 

Thomas Lockard, son of James Madison and Sarah Jones Lockard, was born August 1870. Thomas was, no doubt, named for his grandfather Thomas Lockard. Thomas was found on the 1900 census of Breathitt County, Kentucky with his family. His wife was Sarah (maiden name unknown).  This family was followed on the census records through 1930.

Thomas’ wife, Sarah, stated on the 1910 census that she had been married twice. Thomas and Sarah had been married nine years in 1900, which estimates a marriage date of 1891. In 1900, Thomas and Sarah had three children born with three living. In 1910, Sarah stated she had nine children born with nine living. However, there were only six children in the home in 1910 and we assume Sarah had three other children before her marriage to Thomas that were not living with them. 

By 1920, Sarah was widowed and listed as head of house. Thomas had died 1910-1920.  Sarah and their daughter Mary Caroline were living with Thomas and Sarah’s son, James William Lockard in 1930. Caroline had married at 19 years old but a husband does not appear with her in 1930.


1900 Breathitt CO KY                            18 June 1900                    Frozen

LOCKART, Thomas Head 30 Aug 1870 KY TN KY Married 9 years  
            Sarah Wife 34 Feb 1866 KY KY KY Married 9 years 3 children born, 3 living
            William Son   7 Jul 1892 KY KY KY    
            Archibald Son   4 Dec 1895 KY KY KY    
            Morton Son   2 Jun 1898 KY KY KY    

 

1910 Breathitt CO KY                22 April 1910                        Precinct 4

LOCKARD, Thomas Head 45 1865 KY KY KY Married 1 time  
           Sarah E. Wife 44 1866 KY KY KY Married 2 times 9 children born, 9 living
           William Son 16 1894 KY KY KY    
           Archibald Son 15 1895 KY KY KY    
           Morton Son 12 1898 KY KY KY    
           Haden Son   8 1902 KY KY KY    
           Ethel Dau   5 1905 KY KY KY    
           Mary C. Dau 9/12 1909 KY KY KY    


1920 Breathitt CO KY                10 January 1920                        Precinct 4

LOCKARD, Sarah Head 52 1868 KY KY KY Widow
          Hayden Son 19 1901 KY KY KY  
          Ethel   Dau 14 1906 KY KY KY  
          Caroline  Dau   8 1912 KY KY KY  


1930 Breathitt CO KY                    2 April 1930                    Frozen

LOCKARD, James W. Head 39 1891 KY KY KY Married @ 19  
(Banks), Rilda Wife 40 1890 KY KY KY Married @ 19  
           Roland son 13 1917 KY KY KY    
           Dewey Son   5 1925 KY KY KY    
           Sarah E. Mother 66 1864 KY KY KY Married @ 16 Widow
           Caroline Sister 21 1909 KY KY KY Married @ 19  

 

WILLIAM LOCKARD
Son of
James Madison Lockard & Sarah Jones
William<James<Celia A.<John Scalf Sr<Lewis Scalf


William Lockard, son of James Madison and Sarah Jones Lockard, was born August 22, 1874 according to his WWI Registration Card. William married Manerva Oaks (Virgil Scalf). William and Manerva were found 1910-1930 living at Breathitt County, Kentucky with their children.  William stated in 1910 that he had been married twice. Manerva had been married one time. They had five children with three living in 1910.


1910 Breathitt CO KY                22 April 1910                        Precinct 4

LOCKARD, William Head 36 1874 KY KY KY Married 2 times  
(Oaks), Manerva Wife 25 1885 KY KY KY Married 1 time 5 children born, 3 living
             Bertha Dau   4 1906 KY KY KY    
             Herbert Son   3 1907 KY KY KY    
             Ismail Son 2/12 1910 KY KY KY    


WWI Registration Card


Name: William Lockard
Age: 44
Date of Birth: August 22, 1874                          (Link to original document)
Home Address: Wilhurst, Breathitt, KY           
Present Occupation: Railroading                                      
Employer's name: Ohio & KY Railroad Co.
Place of employment: Carmel City, Morgan, KY
Nearest relative: Manerva Lockard, Wilhurst, Breathitt, KY
Height: 5' 8"
Color of eyes: Black
Color of Hair: Black
Date: September 12, 1918


1920 Breathitt CO KY                13 January 1920                        Precinct 4

LOCKARD, William Head 44 1876 KY KY KY
            Minervia Wife 34 1886 KY KY KY
            Bertha Dau 14 1906 KY KY KY
            Herbert Son 12 1908 KY KY KY
            Daniel Son   7 1913 KY KY KY
            Madison Son   5 1915 KY KY KY
            Thelma Dau   3 1917 KY KY KY
            Nellie Dau 11/12  1919 KY KY KY
            Kelley Son 11/12 1919 KY KY KY


1930 Breathitt CO KY                    2 June 1930                    Frozen

LOCKARD, William Head 55 1875 KY KY KY
          Nervie Wife 45 1885 KY KY KY
          Dan  Son 17 1913 KY KY KY
          James M.   Son 15 1915 KY KY KY
          Thelma Dau 13 1917 KY KY KY
          Kelly Son 11 1919 KY KY KY
          Nellie Dau 11 1919 KY KY KY
          Elijah Son   7 1923 KY KY KY



ISAAC "IKE" THOMAS LOCKARD
Son of
 James Madison Lockard & Sarah Jane Jones
Isaac<Madison<Daniel Lockard<Celia Scalf<John Sr<Lewis Scalf


Isaac Thomas "Ike" Lockard, son of James Madison and Sarah (Jones) Lockhard was born November 15, 1899. Ike registered for the draft of WWI and from this record we obtained his birth date, occupation, and description. His wife was Susan (maiden name unknown). Ike and Susan were found on the 1920 and 1930 census records with their children that were born at that time. We have no further information for Ike's family.


WWI Registration Card

Name: Isaac Thomas Lockard
Age: 20
Home Address: South Corbin, Knox, KY            (Link to original document)
Date of Birth: November 15, 1899
Present Occupation: Machinist                                                
Employer's name: L & N Railroad CO, Corbin, Knox, KY
Nearest relative: Mrs. Jane Lockard, South Corbin, Knox, KY
Height:  Medium
Build:  Slender
Color of eyes:  Blue
Color of Hair:  Brown
Date:  September 12, 1918                 (Courtesy of Virgil Scalf)


1920 Knox CO KY                27 January 1920                East Corbin

LOCKARD, Thomas Head 21 1899 KY KY KY
            Susie Wife 20 1900 KY KY KY
            Sylvia Lee Dau 4/12 1919 KY KY KY


1930 Knox CO KY                    2 April 1930                Precinct 29

LOCKARD, Thomas Head 31 1899 KY IN KY
            Susan Wife 30 1900 KY KY KY
            Sylvia L. Dau 10 1920 KY KY KY
            Edna E. Dau   8 1922 KY KY KY
            Willie B. Dau   6 1924 KY KY KY
            Gertrude O. Dau 3 2/12  1927 KY KY KY
            Elva E. Dau 7/12 1929 KY KY KY

  

NOAH LOCKARD
Son of
Thomas Lockard & Celia Scalf
Noah Lockard<Celia Scalf<John Sr<Lewis Scalf


Noah Lockard, son of Thomas Lockard and Celia Ann Scalf, was born 1842 - 1845 according to the 1850 and 1870 censuses. Noah enlisted in the 7th Kentucky Inf. Volunteers, Company H, August 20, 1861. His father, Thomas, also enlisted with the 7th Regiment Kentucky Infantry in Company I.

Noah received a gunshot wound in the right hand while serving at Vicksburg, Mississippi on May 22, 1863 and was discharged September 12,1863.

Noah married first to Rachael Valentine September 23, 1862.

Knox County, KY Marriage Book "B", page 150

Noah Lockard to Rachel Valentine
Married by: A. Tinsley
At: Larry Valentine's
Witness: Thomas Lockard, James Valentine and others


Children of NOAH LOCKARD and RACHEL VALENTINE 

Jane B. Lockard, born 1869. (1870 census)
Jennie C. (Virginia) Lockard, born 1870. (1870 census)
Laurence H. (Henry) Lockard, born 1872. (1880 census)
George W. Lockard, born 1874. (Database of Virgil Scalf)
James M. Lockard, born 1876. (1880 census)
John T. Lockard, born 1879. (1880 census)
Evie J. Lockard, born 1882. (1900 census)
Ulysses Lockard, born 1880. (1900 census)
Fanny Lockard, born 1884. (1900 census)
(Courtesy of Virgil Scalf) 

Noah was found in 1870 and 1880 with his wife, Rachel; however, Rachel died 1880-1884 and Noah remarried to Mary Jane Hatfield September 3, 1884. (Courtesy of Virgil Scalf)

(Link to marriage data)


1870 Knox CO KY               23 August 1870          Subdivision 93           Barbourville

LOCKARD, Noah M 25 1845 TN
(Valentine) Rachel F 21 1849 TN
               Jane F   1 1869 TN

 
1880 Knox CO KY               5 June 1880                District 54

LOCKARD, Noah Head 36 1844 TN KY TN
               Rachel Wife 34 1846 KY KY KY
               Jennie C. Dau 10 1870 KY TN KY
               Lawrence H. Son   8 1872 KY TN KY
               James M. Son   4 1876 KY TN KY
               John T. Son   1 1879 KY TN KY


Noah and Mary Jane Hatfield Lockard were found on the 1900 census of Knox County, Kentucky.


1900 Knox CO KY                        19 June 1900                    Precinct 2

LOCKARD, Noah Head 54 Jul 1845 KY TN TN  
            Mary J. Wife 47 Jul 1852 KY KY KY 2 children born, 2 living
            Fanny E. Dau 15 May 1885 KY KY KY  (Child of Rachel)
            Ulesses G. Son 19 Dec 1880 KY KY KY  (Child of Rachel)
            Evie J. Son 13 Jun 1886 KY KY KY  (Child of Rachel)
            Mary I.  Dau 11 May 1889 KY KY KY  (Child of Rachel)
            William Son   5 Jul 1894 KY KY KY  (Child of Mary J)
            Bradley Son   5? Jan 1895 KY KY KY  (Child of Mary J)

  
Children of NOAH LOCKARD and MARY HATFIELD are:

     1. Evey Lockard, born 1886.
     2. Mary Jane Lockard, born 1889.
     3. William Lockard, born 1894.
     5. Bradley Lockard, born 1896.
     6. Molly Lockard.
     (Courtesy of Virgil Scalf)

Noah married third to Catherine Hurley on June 29, 1904. This was a third marriage for Catherine. Noah and Catherine were living in Bell County, Kentucky in 1910. (Courtesy of Virgil Scalf)

(Link to marriage data) 


1910 Bell CO KY                20 April 1910        Four Mile & Turkey Creek Voting District

LOCKARD, Noah Head 65 1845 KY KY KY Married 3 times  
           Catherine Wife 49 1861 KY TN KY Married 3 times 8 children born, 6 living
           William Son 17 1893 KY KY KY   (Child of Mary)         
           Bradley Son 15 1895 KY KY KY   (Child of Mary)         
HURLEY, William Step son 18 1892 KY KY KY    
           Eliza Step dau 15 1895 KY KY KY    
           John step son 12 1898 KY KY KY  


Noah Lockard died July 2, 1911. (Courtesy of Virgil Scalf)

(Link to death certificate)

By 1930, Noah’s widow Catherine was living with John Hurley, son of Catherine Hurley from a prior marriage. The family was living at Kanawha County, Virginia. John’s stepbrother, Bradley, son of Noah and Mary Jane Hatfield Lockard was also living in the home.

1920 Kanawha CO WV                        10 January 1920                    Cabin Creek

HURLEY, John Head 19 1901 KY KY KY
LOCKARD, Bradley Step brother 22 1898 KY KY KY
LOCKARD, Catherine Mother 54 1866 KY KY KY
MCDANIEL, Nellie Servant 17 1903 VA VA VA

 

HENRY LAWRENCE LOCKARD
Son of
Noah Lockard & Rachel Valentine
Henry<Noah<Celia A<John Scalf Sr<Lewis Scalf


Henry Lawrence Lockard, son of Noah and Rachel Valentine Lockard, was born May 1872 (1900 census). Henry married Nancy A. Travillion December 24, 1897 in Knox CO, KY. She was the daughter of Pleasant and Nancy Travillion. By the enumeration of the 1910 census, Nancy had died and Henry was widowed. His father-in-law and mother-in-law were living in the home with the family in 1910.

Delbert, a son of Henry and Nancy Travillion Lockard, was born about 1913 and died December 26, 1945. (Link to death certificate)

Sometime between 1910 and 1920, Henry remarried to Nancy Howard. Henry Lawrence Lockard died October 5, 1947. (Link to death certificate)


1900 Knox CO KY                    19 June 1900                    Precinct 2

LOCKARD, Henry Head 28 1872 May 1872 KY KY KY Married 2 years  
          Nancy Wife 24 1876 June 1875 KY TN TN Married 2 years 1 child born, 1 living
          Tad Son   1 1899 Oct 1898 KY KY KY    


1910 Bell CO KY                    19 April 1910                    Four Mile & Turkey Creek Voting Precinct

LOCKARD, Henry Head 41 1869 KY KY KY Widower
           Tad Son 11 1899 KY KY KY  
           Noda M. Dau   9 1901 KY KY KY  
           Beatrice Dau   6 1904 KY KY KY  
           Wade Son   4 1906 KY KY KY  
TRAVILLION, Plesant Father in law 76 1834 TN SC Ukn  
TRAVILLION, Nancy Mother in law 68 1842 TN TN TN  
ELAN, George Nephew 21 1889 KY KY KY  
TUGGLE, Littie Cook 23 1887 KY KY KY  
            Pierce     Son of cook   3 1907 KY KY KY  
            Henry T. Son of cook 10/12 1909 KY KY KY  


1920 Bell CO KY                    23 January 1920                    Four Mile Precinct

LOCKARD, Henry Head 47 1873 KY KY KY
(Howard),Nancy Wife 30 1890 KY KY KY
           Tad Son 21 1899 KY KY KY
           Beatrice   Dau 17 1903 KY KY KY
           Wade Son 14 1906 KY KY KY
MILLER, Loyd Step Son 14 1906 KY KY KY
LOCKARD, Delbert Son   9 1911 KY KY KY
           Perry Son 2 1/12 1917 KY KY KY


1930 Bell CO KY                    21 April 1930                    Four Mile Precinct

LOCKHART, Henry Head 55 1875 KY KY KY
             Nancy Wife 42 1888 KY KY KY
             Delbert Son 17 1913 KY KY KY (died December 26, 1945)
             Perry Son 12 1918 KY KY KY
             Reynold Son   8 1922 KY KY KY

 

JAMES MADISON LOCKARD
Son of
Noah Lockard & Rachel Valentine
James<Noah<Celia A<John Scalf Sr<Lewis Scalf


James Madison Lockard, son of Noah and Rachel Valentine Lockard, was born May 23, 1873. (WWI Registration Card)

James married Nannie Phillips. James and Nannie had been married 10 years in 1910, suggesting a marriage date of 1900. They had five children born with four living in 1910.


1910 Bell CO KY                        26 April 1910                                Pineville

LOCKARD, James Head 34 1876 KY KY KY Married 10 years  
           Nannie Wife 26 1884 KY KY KY Married 10 years 5 children born, 4 living
           Everett Son 10 1900 KY KY KY    
           Ryness Son   5 1905 KY KY KY    
           Ersie Dau   3 1907 KY KY KY    
           Nora Dau 11/12 1909 KY KY KY    


WWI Registration Card


Name: James Mat Lockard
Age: 45
Date of Birth: May 23, 1873                      (Link to original document)
Home Address: Rim, Bell CO, KY           
Present Occupation: Stable Man                                                
Employer's name: Indian Creek Coal Co
Nearest relative: Nannie Lockard, Rim, Bell CO, KY 
Height:  Tall
Build:  Stout
Color of eyes:  Blue
Color of Hair:  Black
Date:  September 12, 1918


1920 Bell CO KY                    26 January 1920                    Four Mile Precinct

LOCKARD, Jim Mat Head 45 1875 KY KY KY
             Nannie B. Wife 38 1882 KY KY KY
             Everett Son 19 1901 KY KY KY
             Kennes Son 15 1905 KY KY KY
             Ersie Dau 12 1908 KY KY KY
             Nora Dau 10 1910 KY KY KY
             Edward Son 3 8/12 1916 KY KY KY

 
 
1930 Harlan CO KY             3 April 1930                            District 7          

LOCKARD, James M. Head 50 1880 KY KY KY
              Nannie Wife 47 1883 KY KY KY
              Ersie Dau 23 1907 KY KY KY
              Nora Dau 20 1910 KY KY KY
              Edward Son 14 1916 KY KY KY

 

WILLIAM EVERETT LOCKARD
Son of
James Lockard & Nannie B. Phillps
William<James<Noah<Celia A<John Scalf Sr<Lewis Scalf


William Everett Lockard, son of James and Nannie B. Phillips Lockard, was born February 9, 1900.  Everett’s wife was Mary on the 1930 Harlan County, Kentucky census. We have no further information on this family.

WWI Registration Card

Name: William Everett Lockard
Age: 18
Date of Birth: February 9, 1900                 (Link to original document)
Home Address: Rim, Bell CO, KY          
Present Occupation: Outside laborer                                               
Employer's name: Indian Creek Coal Co
Nearest relative: Nannie Lockard, Rim, Bell CO, KY 
Height:  Tall
Build:  Slender
Color of eyes:  Brown
Color of Hair:  Dark Brown
Date:  September 12, 1918


1930 Harlan CO KY                    23 April 1930                    District 1

LOCKARD, Evert Head 30 1900 KY KY KY Married @ 24
           Mary Wife 24 1906 KY KY KY Married @ 18
           Leslie Son 4 1/12 1916 KY KY KY  



GEORGE WASHINGTON LOCKARD
Son of
Noah Lockard & Rachel Valentine
George<Noah<Celia A<John Scalf Sr<Lewis Scalf

George Washington Lockard, son of Noah and Rachel Valentine Lockard was born June 1875. George married Mary Hampton. They had been married 7 years, suggesting a marriage date of 1893. They had two children born with two living in 1900.


1900 Knox CO KY                19 June 1900                    Precinct 2

LOCKARD, George Head 24 June 1875 KY KY KY Married 7 years  
             Mary Wife 27 Dec 1872 KY KY IN Married 7 years 2 children born, 2 living
             John H. Son   6 Jan 1894 KY KY KY    
             Gertrude  Son   4 Mar 1896 KY KY KY    


1910 Bell CO KY                    19 April 1910                    Four Mile & Turkey Creek Voting Precinct

LOCKARD, George Head 35 1875 KY KY KY Married 17 years
           Mary  Wife 38 1872 KY KY KY Married 17 years
           John H. Son 16 1894 KY KY KY  
           Gertrude Son 14 1896 KY KY KY  
           Harrison Son   8 1902 KY KY KY  
           Dan Son   6 1904 KY KY KY  
           Sim Son   4 1906 KY KY KY  
           (No name) Son 0/12 1910 KY KY KY  


1920 Bell CO KY                    5 January 1920                    Lone Jack Precinct

LOCKARD, Mary Head 47 1873 KY KY IN Divorced
          John H. Son 27 1893 KY KY KY  
          Dan Son 16 1904 KY KY KY  
          Sim Son 13 1907 KY KY KY  
          Celo Dau   6 1914 KY KY KY  
Brafford, Nannie Servant 16 1904 KY KY KY  

 

JOHN H. LOCKARD
Son of
George Lockard & Mary Hampton
John<George<Noah<Celia A<John Scalf Sr<Lewis Scalf

John H. Lockard, son of George and Mary Hampton Lockard, was born about 1893. His wife was Mary (maiden name unknown). John H. Lockard died 28 October 1938 in a coalmine from heart failure. (Courtesy of Virgil Scalf)

(Link to death certificate)


1930 Knox CO KY                    25 April 1930                            Rossland Precinct

LOCKARD, John Head 37 1893 KY KY KY
        Mary Wife 36 1894 KY KY KY
        Rosa Lee Dau   8 1922 KY KY KY
        John H, Jr. Son   6 1924 KY KY KY
        Mary M. Dau 3 10/12 1926 KY KY KY
        Ruth Dau 1 6/12 1928 KY KY KY

 

GERTRUDE LOCKARD
Son of
George Lockard & Mary Hampton
Gertrude<George<Noah<Celia A<John Scalf Sr<Lewis Scalf
 

Gertrude Lockard, son of George and Mary Hampton Lockard, was born March 29, 1896. The WWI Registration Card states that George had a broken back in the mines. A great-granddaughter of George states that he was a policeman and killed in the line of duty. George married Betty Jane Baker

“Gertrude, known as G.T. (Thomas), was my great-grandfather! My father's mother's father, he was a policeman, killed in the line of duty in Louisville, KY when my grandmother, Bea, was 9. He was married to Betty Jane Baker, who was half-Cherokee. Their other children were Tilman, Sue, Leo (female), and George. Gertrude's parents were moved to Barboursville from Crab Orchard, KY. Their other children were: John (married Mary King); Harrison (married Pearl Fultz); Dan (married Mable Clark); Sim (married Lillie Last Name unknown); & Cleedy (married Jim Payne) and lived in Cincinnati and Michigan.”

This information was given to me by my grandmother, Bea Lockard Kelly, Gertrude's daughter, about 10 years ago. She's still living, but has multi-infarct dementia and is in a nursing home. (Internet - Catherine Kelly Parker)

WWI Registration Card

Name: Gertrude Lockard
Age: 21                                                     (Link to original document)
Date of Birth: March 29, 1896
Home Address: Emanuel, Knox, CO, KY           
Present Occupation: Farming                                               
Employer's name: Self employed
Height: Medium
Build: Slender
Color of eyes: Blue
Color of Hair: Light
Injury: Broken back in mines
Date: June 5, 1917

 (Link to death certificate)

1920 Bell CO KY                    6 January 1920                    Lone Jack Precinct

LOCKARD, Gertrude Head 23 1897 KY KY KY
            Bettie Wife 26 1894 KY KY MO
            Dillard Son   7 1913 KY KY KY
            Leo Son 4 10/12 1915 KY KY KY
            Beatrice Dau 7/12 1919 KY KY KY


1930 Knox CO KY                    9 & 10 April 1930                Barbourville

LOCKARD, Gertrude Head 35 1895 KY KY KY
            Bettie Wife 36 1894 KY KY KY
            Dillard Son 17 1913 KY KY KY
            Leo   Son 15 1915 KY KY KY
            Beatrice  Dau 10 1920 KY KY KY
            George  Son   8 1922 KY KY KY
            Susie Dau   6 1924 KY KY KY
            Tillman Son   4 1926 KY KY KY

 

SIM LOCKARD
Son of
George Lockard & Mary Hampton
Sim<George<Noah<Celia A<John Scalf Sr<Lewis Scalf

Sim Lockard, son of George and Mary Hampton Lockard, was born about 1906. His wife was Lillie (maiden name unknown). They were found on the 1930 census of Knox County, Kentucky.

Sim died April 14, 1932 from a gunshot wound. (Courtesy of Virgil Scalf)

(Link to death certificate)


1930 Knox CO KY                4 April 1930                            Heidrick

LOCKARD, Sim Head 24 1906 KY KY KY
            Lillie Wife 22 1908 KY KY KY
            Mary E. Dau 4 10/12 1925 KY KY KY
            Nettie Dau 3 2/12 1927 KY KY KY

 

JOHN THOMAS LOCKARD
Son of
Noah Lockard & Rachel Valentine
John<Noah<Celia A<John Scalf Sr<Lewis Scalf

John Thomas Lockard, son of Noah and Rachel Valentine Lockard, was born October 14, 1877, according to his WWI Registration Card. He was a miner by occupation.  His wife was Lydia (no maiden name at this time). They were living in Bell County, Kentucky in 1920 and 1930.

John Thomas Lockard died September 13, 1945.  (Link to death certificate)


WWI Registration Card


Name: John Thomas Lockard
Age: 42
Date of Birth: October 14, 1877         (Link to original document)
Home Address: Pineville, KY             
Present Occupation: Miner                                               
Employer's name: KY Ridge Mining Co
Nearest relative: Mrs. Lydia Lockard
Address: Pineville, KY
Height: Tall
Build: Medium
Color of eyes: Blue
Color of Hair: Dark
Physical restrictions: Little finger off left hand
Date: September 12, 1918
 

1920 Bell CO KY                    20 January 1920                    Pineville

LOCKARD, John T. Head 42 1878 KY KY KY
            Lydia Wife 35 1885 KY VA VA
            Myrtle Dau 15 1905 KY KY KY
            Gladys Dau 11 1909 KY KY KY
            Maggie Dau   9 1911 VA KY KY
            George Son   7 1913 KY KY KY
            Ulie Son 4 7/12 1915 KY KY KY
HOSKINS, George Making home 33 1887 KY KY KY


1930 Bell CO KY                    (15 April 1930)                    Pineville

LOCKARD, John T. Head 49 1881 KY KY KY
            Lydia Wife 42 1888 KY VA VA
            Myrtle Dau 23 1907 KY KY KY
            Gladys Dau 20 1910 KY KY KY
            Maggie  Dau 18 1912 VA KY KY
            George Son 16 1914 KY KY KY
            Dudy Son 14 1916 KY KY KY
            Johnnie Son   8 1922 KY KY KY
HOSKINS, George Roomer 40 1890 KY KY KY



FANNY E. LOCKARD
Daughter of
Noah Lockard & Rachel Valentine
Fanny<Noah<Celia A<John Scalf Sr<Lewis Scalf


Fanny Lockard, daughter of Noah and Rachel Valentine Lockard, was born about 1886 (1910 Bell Co. KY census). Fanny married John Brockett and they had been married seven years in 1910, suggesting a marriage date of 1903. They had six children born with two living in 1910.

Fanny Lockard Brockett died December 26, 1928. (Link to death certificate)


1910 Bell CO KY                        25 April 1910                            Pineville

BROCKETT, John Herad 24 1886 KY KY KY Married 7 years  
           Fanny Wife 24 1886 KY KY KY Married 7 years 6 children born, 2 living
           Myrtle Dau   5 1905 KY KY KY    
           Herbert Son 1 10/12 1908 KY KY KY    


1920 Bell CO KY                        23 & 24 January 1920                            Pineville

BROCKETT, John Head 35 1885 KY KY KY
             Fannie Wife 35 1885 KY KY KY
             Myrtle Dau 14 1906 KY KY KY
             Herbert  Son 11 1909 KY KY KY
             Beulah Dau   7 1913 KY KY KY
             Orville Son   5 1915 KY KY KY
             Homer Son 2 4/12 1917 KY KY KY


1930 Bell CO KY                        7 April 1930                            Pineville

BROCKETT, John Head 45 1885 KY KY KY Widower
           Myrtle Dau 24 1906 KY KY KY  
           Herbert Son 21 1909 KY KY KY  
           Beulah Dau 18 1912 KY KY KY  
           Orville Son 15 1915 KY KY KY  
           Homer  Son 13 1917 KY KY KY  

 

BRADLEY LOCKARD
Son of
Noah Lockard & Mary Jane Hatfield
Bradley<Noah<Celia A<John Scalf Sr<Lewis Scalf


Bradley Lockard, son of Noah and Mary Jane Hatfield Lockard was born November 20, 1896 according to his WWI Registration Card. In 1918, Bradley was living in West Virginia was probably living with his stepbrother, John Hurley in 1918. Bradley was found with the family in 1920.  We have no further information on Bradley. (WWI Registration Card – Courtesy of Virgil Scalf)

WWI Registration Card

Name: Bradley Lockard
Age: 21
Date of Birth: November 20, 1896
Home Address: Grays, KY                (Link to original document)
Employer's name: M. J. Brafford
Nearest relative: Catherine Lockard
Address: PowelTown, WV
Height: Medium
Build: Medium
Color of eyes: Blue
Color of Hair: Red
Date: June 5, 1918


1920 Kanawha CO WV                        10 January 1920                    Cabin Creek

HURLEY, John

Head

19

1901

KY

KY

KY

LOCKARD, Bradley

Step brother

22

1898

KY

KY

KY

LOCKARD, Catherine

Mother

54

1866

KY

KY

KY

MCDANIEL, Nellie

Servant

17

1903

VA

VA

VA

 

 DANIEL (DON) LOCKARD
Son of
Thomas Lockard & Celia Scalf
Daniel Lockard<Celia Scalf<John Sr<Lewis Scalf


Daniel Lockard, also known as "Don," was the son of Thomas and Celia Ann Scalf Lockard born 1844 - 1849 according to census records. He was six years old in 1850 and his estimated birth date is 1844; however, on the 1880 Knox County, Kentucky census he is listed as 21 and born 1849.

Daniel joined Captain Dozier's 3d Regiment Kentucky Infantry August 20, 1861. From Daniel's statement, he was 17 years old at this time estimating a birth date of 1844, which corresponds with the 1850 census of Knox County, Kentucky.

The 7th Regiment was previously the 3d Regiment. A regimental history was found and submitted by Virgil Scalf:

7th Regiment Infantry

"One of the first Recruited in the State. Old 3rd," Organized at Camp Dick Robinson, Ky., September 22, 1861. Attached to Thomas' Command, Army of the Ohio, to January 1862. 12th Brigade, 1st Division, Army of the Ohio, to March, 1862. 24th Brigade, 7th Division, Army of the Ohio, to October, 1862. 3rd Brigade, District of West Virginia, Dept. of the Ohio, to November, 1862. 2nd Brigade, 9th Division, Right Wing 13th Army Corps (Old), Dept. of the Tennessee, to December, 1862. 2nd Brigade, 3rd Division, Sherman's Yazoo Expedition, to January, 1863. 2nd Brigade, 9th Division, 13th Army Corps, Army of the Tennessee, to February, 1863. 1st Brigade, 9th Division, 13th Army Corps, to July, 1863. 3rd Brigade, 1st Division, 13th Army Corps, Dept. of the Tennessee, to August, 1863; and Dept. of the Gulf to November, 1863. Plaquemine, District of Baton Rouge, La., Dept. of the Gulf, to March, 1864, 2nd Brigade, 1st Division, 13th Army Corps, to June, 1864. 1st Brigade, 3rd Division, 19th Army Corps, to December, 1864. District of Baton Rouge, La., to April, 1865. Provisional Brigade, District of Baton Rouge, Dept. of the Gulf, to March, 1866.

SERVICE.--Moved to Mt. Vernon, Ky., October, 1861, and duty there until March, 1862. Action at Camp Wild Cat, or Rockcastle Hills, October 21, 1861. Reconnaissance toward Cumberland Gap and skirmishes March 21-23, 1862. Cumberland Gap Campaign March 28-June 18. Occupation of Cumberland Gap June 18 to September 16. Evacuation of Cumberland Gap and retreat to Greenupsburg, in the Ohio River, September 16-October 3. Expedition to Charleston, West Va., October 21-November 10. Ordered to Memphis, Tenn., November 10; duty there until December 20. Sherman's Yazoo Expedition December 20, 1862, to January 2, 1863. Chickasaw Bayou December 26-28. Chickasaw Bluff December 29. Expedition to Arkansas Post, Ark., January 3-10, 1863. Assault on and capture of Fort Hindman, Arkansas Post, January 10-11. Moved to Young's Point, La., January 15-23, and duty there until March. Moved to Milliken's Bend March 8. Operations from Milliken's Bend to New Carthage March 31-April 17. James Plantation, near New Carthage, April 6 and 8. Dunbar's Plantation, Bayou Vidal, April 15. Expedition from Perkins' Plantation to Hard Times Landing April 25-29, Phelps' and Clark's Bayous April 26. Choctaw Bayou and Lake Bruin April 28. Battle of Thompson's Hill, Port Gibson, May 1. Champion's Hill May 16. Big Black River Bridge May 17. Siege of Vicksburg May 18-July 4. Assaults on Vicksburg May 19 and 22, Advance on Jackson July 5-10. Near Clinton July 8. Near Jackson July 9. Siege of Jackson July 10-17. Ordered to New Orleans, La., August 13. Duty at Carrollton, Brashear City and Berwick until October. Western Louisiana Campaign October 3-November 20. Duty at Plaquemine until March, 1864. Moved to Baton Rouge, La., March 23, and duty there until October. At mouth of White River and Duvall's Bluff, Ark., October 6-November 10. At Baton Rouge until May 1, 1865; and at Clinton until March, 1866. Mustered out March 11, 1866.

Regiment lost during service 3 Officers and 40 Enlisted men killed and mortally wounded and 2 Officers and 274 Enlisted men by disease. Total 319."

The author has listed below the above movements of the 7th Regiment from the above regimental history to show where Daniel was on the dates listed from his Muster Rolls.

We assume by this that Daniel was assigned to the 3d Regiment of Kentucky Infantry. Daniel eventually ended up in the 7th Regiment with his father, Thomas and brother, Noah.

Daniel joined at Camp Dick Robinson at Flat Lick Kentucky and was present on the rolls for September and October of that year. For the month of December 1861, it was not stated. However, in the remarks for December, Daniel had lost 15 cartridges. On another muster roll, it lists Daniel as present from December 31, 1861 through April 30, 1862. Daniel's Regiment moved to Mt. Vernon, Kentucky, October 1861. They had duty there until March of 1862. The regiment saw action at Camp Wild Cat, or Rockcastle Hills, October 21, 1861

From April 30, 1862 through August 31, 1862, the rolls show Daniel was absent. In the remarks section is stated, Cumberland Gap. By this, the author assumes the Regiment was camped at Cumberland Gap and the roll was taken there at this time. For the months of September and October, the card lists, "not stated." In fact, the regiment had a reconnaissance toward Cumberland Gap and skirmishes March 21-23, 1862. The Cumberland Gap Campaign went from March 28 - June 18. The regiment occupied Cumberland Gap June 18 to September 16. They evacuated Cumberland Gap and made their retreat to Greenupsburg, in the Ohio River, September 16-October 3. (Muster Roll of Regiment  - Pension File page, 7 & 8 of 19 - National Archives - Courtesy of Virgil Scalf)

Link to Muster Roll documents (Page 7 and Page 8)

From the Muster Roll of November & December of 1862, we find that Daniel was sent to Camp Chase for exchange indicating that Daniel had been captured. (Muster Roll of Regt. 3, Pension File, page 9 of 19 - National Archives - Courtesy of Virgil Scalf)

"Sherman's Yazoo Expedition December 20, 1862, to January 2, 1863." (7th Regimental History)

LINK TO DOCUMENT

For January and February of 1863, we find that Daniel was present for the Muster Roll, but the month of March was skipped and April was not stated. (Muster Roll of Regt. 3, Pension File, page 9 of 19 - National Archives  - Courtesy of Virgil Scalf)

LINK TO DOCUMENT 

"Expedition to Arkansas Post, Ark., January 3-10, 1863. Assault on and capture of Fort Hindman, Arkansas Post, January 10-11. Moved to Young's Point, La., January 15-23, and duty there until March. Moved to Milliken's Bend March 8. Operations from Milliken's Bend to New Carthage March 31-April 17." (7th Regimental History)

In March and April of 1863, another Muster Roll shows "not stated."  The Regiment is listed as the 7th.  For the months of May, June, July and August of 1863, Daniel is present for the Muster Roll of Regiment 7. (Muster Roll of Regt. 7, Pension File, page 10 of 19 - National Archives - Courtesy of Virgil Scalf)

LINK TO DOCUMENT

Expedition to Arkansas Post, Ark., January 3-10, 1863. Assault on and capture of Fort Hindman, Arkansas Post, January 10-11. Moved to Young's Point, La., January 15-23, and duty there until March. Moved to Milliken's Bend March 8. Operations from Milliken's Bend to New Carthage March 31-April 17.

For the months of September and October of 1863, Daniel was listed as "absent" from the rolls. He was confined to the hospital at Carrolton, Louisiana September 5, 1863.  Daniel was also absent for the Muster Rolls of November and December of 1863 and again in January and February of 1864. He was still in the camp hospital at that time. (Muster Roll - Pension File, page 11 of 19 - National Archives - Courtesy of Virgil Scalf)

LINK TO DOCUMENT

"April 17. James Plantation, near New Carthage, April 6 and 8. Dunbar's Plantation, Bayou Vidal, April 15. Expedition from Perkins' Plantation to Hard Times Landing April 25-29, Phelps' and Clark's Bayous April 26. Choctaw Bayou and Lake Bruin April 28. Battle of Thompson's Hill, Port Gibson, May 1. Champion's Hill May 16. Big Black River Bridge May 17. Siege of Vicksburg May 18-July 4. Assaults on Vicksburg May 19 and 22, Advance on Jackson July 5-10. Near Clinton July 8. Near Jackson July 9. Siege of Jackson July 10-17. Ordered to New Orleans, La., August 13. Duty at Carrollton, Brashear City and Berwick until October. Western Louisiana Campaign October 3-November 20. Duty at Plaquemine until March, 1864." (7th Regimental History)

In March and April of 1864, Daniel was still absent from the Muster Roll and was still listed as "left in convalescent camp in Carrollton, Louisiana September 5, 1863.  However, in May and June of 1864, Daniel is listed as "absent" from the Muster Roll and noted as "captured by the enemy near Cornet River, Louisiana May 4, 1864. Daniel then appears on the Muster Roll for payments October 1864. He was last paid August 31, 1862 and was owed $100. He had drawn $33.87. In the "Remarks" he is listed as, "Captured by the enemy near Cornet River, Louisiana, May 4, 1864, still a prisoner of war." (Muster Roll - Pension File, page 12 of 19 - National Archives - Courtesy of Virgil Scalf)

LINK TO DOCUMENT

The July and August Muster Rolls of 1864 show that Daniel was still absent and still a prisoner of war. The next muster roll is an individual muster roll, which shows that Daniel was part of Company I, 7th Regiment of Kentucky Infantry, aged 20 years. He mustered out at Louisville, Kentucky May 13, 1865. Daniel was owed $100, with $78.88 being for clothing, etc.  He received two months pay ($32) at Annapolis, Maryland. Daniel was paroled about March 1, 1865 having spent 10 months as a prisoner of war. (Muster Roll - Pension File, page 13 of 19 - National Archives - Courtesy of Virgil Scalf)

"Moved to Baton Rouge, La., March 23, and duty there until October. At mouth of White River and Duvall's Bluff, Ark., October 6-November 10. At Baton Rouge until May 1, 1865; and at Clinton until March 1866. Mustered out March 11, 1866." (7th Regimental History)

LINK TO DOCUMENT

The Memorandum from Prisoner of War Records states that Daniel was captured near Barboursville, Kentucky September 27, 1862 and reported at Camp Chase, Ohio December 24, 1862. (Memorandum from Prisoner of War Records, page 14 of 19 - Pension File - National Archives - Courtesy of Virgil Scalf)

 LINK TO DOCUMENT

Another record from the Prisoner of War Records shows that Daniel was captured again, this time at Chickamauga, Georgia, September 23, 1863 and confined at Richmond, Virginia. (Prisoner of War Records - Pension File page 16 of 19 - National Archives - Courtesy of Virgil Scalf)

LINK TO DOCUMENT

The Prisoner of War Records then show that Daniel was captured at Louisiana May 3, 1864 and paroled at N. E. Ferry, North Carolina February 27-28, 1865. He was reported at C. Y. B. Maryland April 4, 1865. He was admitted to hospital Div. 1, Annapolis, Maryland April 4, 1865. No later record. (Prisoner of War Records - Pension File page 17 of 19 - National Archives - Courtesy of Virgil Scalf)

LINK TO DOCUMENT

The pension file shows Daniel was released by the Assistant Surgeon at Baltimore, Maryland and ordered to report for mustering out at Camp Robinson, Kentucky on April 25, 1865. (Assistant Surgeon record - Pension File page 4 of 19 - National Archives - Courtesy of Virgil Scalf)

LINK TO DOCUMENT

Another document dated April 25, 1865, relates that A. Chapel, Surgeon, from U. L. General Hospital of Baltimore, Maryland sent a letter requesting transportation for Pvt. Daniel Lockard of Co. I, 7th Kentucky to Camp Robinson, Kentucky. (Request for Transportation - Pension File page 5 of 19 - National Archives - Courtesy of Virgil Scalf)

LINK TO DOCUMENT

The final document concerning Daniel's release is the receipt by the Office of Quartermaster for transportation requested by A. Chapel, Surgeon. The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad provided a one-way ticket of transportation to Daniel Lockard to Camp Robinson, Kentucky where Daniel was mustered out of service on April 25, 1965.

LINK TO DOCUMENT

Daniel spent three years in the army and was a prisoner of war the majority of that time. He entered at 17 and was released at 20 years old. Daniel was sick a lot and confined to the hospital during his service.

Daniel was first captured September 27, 1862 near Barboursville, Kentucky and reported at Camp Chase, Ohio December 24, 1862. His next capture was four days short of totaling one year after his first capture, on September 23, 1863 at Chickamauga, Georgia. Daniel was then captured at Carrolton, Louisiana May 3, 1864.

It appears Daniel either managed to escape from his captors, or he was exchanged the first two times, but he was not so lucky the third time. Daniel had to endure confinement from May 3, 1864 until April 1865 when the war was officially over and spent the majority of this time confined in the hospital.

Daniel had spent time in the camp hospital at Carrollton, Louisiana and again at the camp hospital in Maryland. Two years after his release from the service, Daniel married Dicey Ann Patterson-Marlow in Knox County, Kentucky. Daniel would have been 22 years old at this time. The marriage of Daniel and Dicey was short-lived. Daniel and Dicey were the parents of three sons before his death in 1874. No doubt, Daniel died from disease that had plagued him in the service.  Daniel would have been 29 years old at his death.

Daniel married Dicey Ann Patterson-Marlow, December 30, 1867 in Knox County, Kentucky at the home of A. O. Crooks.  This was a second marriage for Dicey. She had married Henry Marlow November 27, 1863.  (Courtesy of Virgil Scalf)

Daniel Lockard & Dicy Ann Marlow             

Marriage:  12/30/1867 - Knox County, KY
@ A.O. Crooks
By: John C. Elliott
Witness: A.O. Crook and S.B. Hopper

After Daniel Lockard died a daughter, Sarah Lockard, was born to his widow Dicey Patterson Marlow-Lockard. Sarah's father is reported to have been William "Dock" Hammons.

Dicey died when Sarah was ten or eleven years old. Sarah was born 1875 - 1877. Estimation from the 1880 census suggests 1875 but the 1900 Knox County, Kentucky census suggests 1877.

Dicey then married James Shoop in1881after the birth of her daughter Sarah. Dicey died 1885-1887 if we estimate by the age of Sarah when her mother died. 

Daniel Lockard and Dicey Patterson Lockard were found on the 1870 Knox County, Kentucky census with one child, William T. Lockard.  The 1880 census of Knox County shows Dicey Lockard, a widow with children; William T., Mattison, Dudley and Sarah. Sarah was not the child of Daniel and Dicey, but carried the Lockard surname throughout her life.


1870 Knox CO KY               23 August 1870          Subdivision 93           Barbourville
 

LOCKARD, Daniel M 21 1849 TN
             Dice F 22 1848 KY
             William T. M   1 1869 KY


1880 Knox CO KY               18 June 1880              Barbourville

LOCKHART, Dicey Head 31 1849 KY KY KY Widow
          William T. Son 10 1870 KY KY KY  
           Mattison Son   8 1872 KY KY KY  
           Dudley Son   7 1873 KY KY KY  
           Sarah Dau   5 1875 KY KY KY  

Pension Request: (Link to document) 

WILLIAM THOMAS LOCKARD
 Son of
 Daniel Lockard & Dicey Patterson
William<Daniel Lockard<Celia Scalf<John Scalf Sr<Lewis Scalf


William Thomas Lockard, son of Daniel Lockard and Dicey Patterson Lockard, was born about 1869-1870 (census calculation). He married Martha Brandstutter on November 10, 1887.

(Link to marriage document)  (Courtesy of Virgil Scalf)

We have no further information on William Thomas Lockard.

  

MADISON "MATT" LOCKARD
Son of
Daniel Lockard & Dicey Patterson
Madison Lockard<Daniel Lockard<Celia Scalf<John Sr<Lewis Scalf


Matison (Madison) Lockard, son of Daniel Lockard and Dicey Patterson was born about 1872 (census calculation). Madison married Sarah Jane Barnett August 1, 1889. The spelling of LOCKHART was used on the marriage record. Witnesses to the marriage was Irah (?) Bunch and Nathan Barnett (Marriage certificate of Madison Lockard and Sarah Jane Barnett - Courtesy of Virgil Scalf)

(Link to marriage document)


1900 Knox CO KY                20 June 1900                Barbourville

LOCKHEART, Mat Head 29 May 1871 KY KY KY Married 11 years  
           Sarah Wife 29 June 1871 KY KY KY Married 11 years 5 children born, 1 living
           Ike T. Son   2 Nov 1897 KY KY KY

Apparently, Madison Lockard died 1900-1910 for his wife was listed as widowed on the 1910 census. Madison was found only on the 1900 census of Knox County, Kentucky living at Barbourville. Their son, Ike T. Lockard born November 1897 did not appear on the 1910 census in the home of Madison's widow and is assumed to have died also.


1910 Knox CO KY                18 April 1910            Barbourville

LOCKARD, Jane Head 35 1875 KY KY KY Widow 10 children born, 5 living
         Ike T. Son 12 1898 KY KY KY    
         Edgar Son   8 1902 KY KY KY    
         Fredrick Son   5 1905 KY KY KY    
         Emily Dau   4 1906 KY KY KY    
         Stephen  Dau 9/12 1909 KY KY KY    

               
1920 Knox CO KY                27 January 1920                East Corbin

LOCKARD, Sarah Jane Head 41 1879 KY KY KY Widow
            Edgar Son 17 1903 KY KY KY  
            Fred Son 16 1904 KY KY KY  
            Elizabeth Dau 13 1907 KY KY KY  
            Callie Dana   Dau 10 1910 KY KY KY  
            Wilson Son   5 1915 KY KY KY  

Sarah Jane was still a widow in 1930 Knox County, Kentucky. Wilson Lockard in the home in 1920 was listed as a son born in Kentucky; however, he was listed as a foster son born in Ohio on the 1930 census of Knox County, Kentucky.


1930 Knox CO KY                    2 April 1930                Precinct 29

LOCKARD, Jane Head 53 1877 KY KY KY Widow
         Wilson Foster son 16 1912 OH KY KY  

  

MARTHA LOCKARD
Daughter of
Madison Lockard & Nancy Lawson
Martha<Madison<William<Daniel<Celia A<John Scalf Sr<Lewis Scalf


Martha Lockard, daughter of Madison Lockard and Nancy Lawson, was born about 1910. Martha married Jess Black and they were found on the 1930 census of Knox County, Kentucky. They had one child, Jullette, at this time.


1930 Knox CO KY                    8 April 1930                    District 3

BLACK, Jess Head 24 1906 KY KY KY
       Martha Wife 20 1910 KY KY KY
       Jullette Dau   2 1928 KY KY KY

 

BETSY LOCKARD
Daughter of
Madison Lockard & Nancy Lawson
Betsy<Madison<William<Daniel<Celia A<John Scalf Sr<Lewis Scalf

Betsy Lockard, daughter of Madison and Nancy Lawson Lockard, was born about 1912 (1930 census). Betsy married Robert Black and they were found living in Knox County, Kentucky in 1930. They had one son, Matt, at this time.


1930 Knox CO KY                    8 April 1930                    District 3

BLACK, Robert Head 28 1902 KY KY KY
       Betsy Wife 18 1912 KY KY KY
       Mat Son   1 1929 KY KY KY



DUDLEY LOCKARD
 Son of
 Daniel Lockard & Dicey Patterson
Dudley<Daniel<Celia A<John Scalf Sr<Lewis Scalf


Dudley Lockard, son of Daniel Lockard and Dicey Patterson -Marlow-Lockard, was born 11 August 1871 in Indiana, and died 11 November 1925 at Jellico (Campbell Co) Tennessee. Dudley married first to Rosa B. Patterson on March 5, 1896. 

 (Link to marriage document)   (Courtesy of Virgil Scalf)

The following year Dudley Lockard married Lula Bunch on August 24, 1897, daughter of John Bunch and Disie ___.  Lula was born 19 March 1874 in Laurel County, Kentucky, and died 02 June 1964 in Jellico (Campbell Co) Tennessee. She is buried at Hackler Cemetery (Campbell County) Tennessee

(Link to marriage document)  (Courtesy of Virgil Scalf)

(Link to photo of Lula Belle Lockard and children) (Courtesy of Sandra Anderson)

(Link to photo of Dudley Lockard and children) (Courtesy of Sandra Anderson)

(Photo of Lula Belle Lockard) 70 years old (Courtesy of Sandra Anderson)

 Dudley and his family were found on the 1900 and 1910 census of Bell and Knox counties.


1900 Bell CO KY                                        22 June 1900                    Mag. District 1

LOCKARD, Dudly Head 26 Aug 1873 KY KY KY Married 7 years Railroad laborer
           Lula Wife 25 Mar 1875 KY KY KY Married 7 years 3 children born, 3 living
           Georgia Dau   5 Jun 1894 KY KY KY    
           Jessie Dau   3 Sep 1896 KY KY KY    
           Effie Dau   1 Jun 1898 KY KY KY    


1910 Knox CO KY                2 May 1910                            Barbourville

LOCKARD, Dudley Head 36 1874 IN IN IN Farmer
              Lula Wife 36 1874 KY KY KY 7 children born, 6 living  (Lee Lockard was born November 8, 1908 & died October 12, 1909)
              Georgia Dau 15 1895 KY IN KY  
              Jessie Dau 13 1897 KY IN KY  
              Ethel Dau 11 1899 KY IN KY  
              Sarah Dau   8 1902 KY IN KY  
              Oscar Son   6 1904 KY IN KY  
              Willie Son   4 1906 KY IN KY  

Dudley Lockard died in Jellico, Tennessee on November 11, 1925 due to bladder cancer and is buried in the Hackler Cemetery. (Courtesy of Ruby Scalf)

Dudley's widow, Lula, was found living in Campbell County, Tennessee in 1930. 


1930 Campbell CO TN                17 April 1930                District 5

LOCKARD, Lula Head 56 1874 KY KY KY Widow
           William Son 24 1906 KY KY KY  
           Sophia Dau 19 1911 KY KY KY  
           Oma Dau 16 1914 KY KY KY  
           Mae Dau 13 1917 KY KY KY  


"Lula purchased the Homestead on Indian Mountain Road from I. L. Wilson & Margaret for the sum of $500.00. Legal description is as follows:

Beginning on a stone in said road; thence a western course with Lee Hecklers line 250 feet to a stone; thence a Northern course 248 feet to a stone in the old right-of way, thence a Southeastern course with line of said right of way 290 feet to a stone in the County road, thence a Southwestern course with the road 11- feet to the beginning, being the same property conveyed to first party by Roy L. Todd, and wife by deed dated November 1st, 1921 and recorded in the Register Office at Jacksboro, Tenn. There is no signature noted on the Warranty Deed except for the Register who was John Modrun and Deputy Register Mattie Hunter. The Notary Public which was C. A. Templeton. The Lien securing the Warranty Deed was Released, Book 1, page 472 on January 16, 1934. Signed by Nancy E. Hobbs, County Register. Lula sold the Indian Mountain Road Homestead on August 24, 1942 to "Oscar Lockard, a single man for consideration of $50.00 and appreciation of grantee supporting her since the death of his father, grantor's husband, to her in hand paid by the said party of the second part, the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, has granted, bargains, sold, and conveyed, and does hereby grant, bargain, sell, and convey unto the said party of the second part, the following......" This Warranty Deed was not signed by any of the parties." (Courtesy of Sandra Anderson)

"On September 17, 1948, Lula and Oscar Lockard sold a portion of the land to Campbell County as an easement for consideration of $300.00. On April 2, 1951 Lula and Oscar Lockard conveyed "A Deed Granting and Retaining a Life Estate In Lula Lockard with Remainder to Mae Sloan" for the sum of $1.00. Here she lived until she died. At this time Oscar was in the United States Army in Fort Knox, Kentucky." (Courtesy of Sandra Anderson)

Children of DUDLEY and LULA. BUNCH LOCKARD:

  1. Georgia Lockard, born 12 June 1894, died 10 July 1966 at Jellico (Campbell) County, Tennessee. Georgia married Newman Bowlin 22 December 1912. He was born 10 May 1890, and died 08 April 1976.
  2. Jessie Lockard, born 30 September 1896. Jessie married Joe Huff.
  3. Effie Lockard, born 21 June 1898, Gatliff, Kentucky; died 06 April 1991, Cincinnati, Ohio. Effie married Frank Bowlin 29 March 1913.
  4. Sarah Lenore Lockard, born 17 June 1901, Barbourville, Kentucky; died, 30 December 1937. Sarah married 1) Herbert Luther Slavens. She married (2) Frank William Baute 19 May 1917, son of Frank Baute and Mary Bryant. He was born June 1899, and died 5 July 1930.
  5. Oscar Lockard, born 07 September 1905.
  6. Willis Lockard, born 23 January 1906.
  7. Lee Lockard, born November 1908; d. 12 October 1909.
  8. Willard Lockard, born 11 May 1910. He married Edna Honeycutt 16 September 1933.
  9. Soffie Lockard, born 10 August 1910. She married (1) James Walden. She married (2) Noel N. Bowling, 7 June 1930.
  10. Earl Lockard, born 13 February 1911; d. 29 September 1914.
  11. Oma Lockard, born 24 April 1914, Jellico, Campbell County, Tennessee; died 4 July 1995, Charleston, (Kanawha Co) West Virginia. She met (2) Charles Taylor Kidwell, son of J. Kidwell and Clara ___? He was born 12 May 1900 in Tennessee, and died 8 September 1930 in Jellico, Campbell County, Tennessee. She married (3) John Evans. She married (4) Emery Eddy 02 July 1954.
  12. Ida May Lockard, born 15 September 1916, Proctor, Kentucky; d. 18 October 1999, Beech Tree manor, Jellico, Campbell County, Tennessee; m. (1) Bill Gilreath. She married. (2) Willard Sloan, 12 November 1933; b. 11 May 1910; d. 01 January 1971.
  13. Sneed Lockard, born 07 February 1919; d. 18 March 1920.
    (Courtesy of Virgil Scalf)

   GEORGIA LOCKARD
Daughter of
Dudley Lockard & Lula Bunch
Georgia<Dudley<Daniel Lockard<Celia Scalf<John Sr<Lewis Scalf


Georgia Lockard, daughter of Dudley Lockard and Lula Bunch, was born 12 June 1894, and died 10 July 1966 in Jellico, Campbell County, Tennessee. She married Newman Bowlin 22 December 1912. He was born 10 May 1890, and died 08 April 1976.

Children of GEORGIA LOCKARD and NEWMAN BOWLIN:

     1. Sarah Bowlin, born 10 December 1913. She married Bobby Hamilton.
     2. Lee Bowlin, b. September 1918; d. February 1939, Jellico, Campbell County, Tennessee. Lee died in a car wreck at Haystack Rock in Jellico, Tennessee. He is buried at Hackler Cemetery in Campbell County, Tennessee.
     3. Huse Bowin, born 1922. 
     4. Geneva Bowlin, born 1924.
     5. Dorothy Bowlin, born 1926. Dorothy married Curt ____.

Georgia and her family were found on the 1920 and 1930 Campbell County, Tennessee census. 


1920 Campbell CO TN                        28 January 1920            Fifth District

BOWLIN, Newman Head 27 1893 KY KY KY
          Georgia Wife 25 1895 KY KY KY
          Sarah Dau   6 1914 TN KY KY
          Lee Son 1 4/12 1918 TN KY KY


1930 Campbell CO TN                        16 April 1930            Jellico

BOWLIN, Newman Head 37 1893 KY KY KY KY Married @ 22
         Georgia Wife 34 1896 KY KY KY KY Married @ 19
         Sarah Dau 11 1919 TN KY KY KY  
         Lee  Son 11 1919 TN KY KY KY  
         Huse Son   8 1922 TN KY KY KY  
         Jenevia Dau   6 1924 TN KY KY KY  
         Dorthy Dau 3 11/12 1926 TN KY KY KY  
         Jimmie Son 3/12 1930 TN KY KY KY  


Note: Georgia and Effie Lockard married brothers, Frank and Newman Bowlin.

 JESSIE LOCKARD
Daughter of
Dudley Lockard & Lula Bunch
Jessie Lockard<Dudley<Daniel<Celia Scalf<John Sr< Lewis Scalf


Jessie Lockard, daughter of Dudley Lockard and Lula Bunch, was born 30 September 1896. She married Joe Huff 10 January 1914. Joe died 04 May 1969. (Courtesy of Virgil Scalf)

 
LINK TO MARRIAGE RECORD


Children of JESSIE LOCKARD and JOE HUFF are:

     1. Johnny Huff.
     2. Estel Huff.
     3. Rena Huff.
     4. Anna Huff.
     5. Billy Huff. 
     (Courtesy of Virgil Scalf)

 ETHEL "EFFIE" LOCKARD
Daughter of
Dudley Lockard & Lula Bunch
Ethel<Dudley<Daniel Lockard<Celia Scalf<John Scalf Sr<Lewis Scalf


Ethel "Effie" Lockard, daughter of Dudley Lockard and Lula Bunch was born 21 June 1898 at Gatliff, Kentucky. Ethel died 06 April 1991 at Cincinnati, Ohio. She married Frank Bowlin 29 March 1913. Frank was a brother to Newman Bowlin that married Ethel's sister, Gertrude. (Courtesy of Virgil Scalf)

LINK TO MARRIAGE RECORD

LINK TO PHOTO OF ETHEL LOCKARD BOWLIN

Children of ETHEL LOCKARD and FRANK BOWLIN are:

  1. Sterlin Bowlin, m. Ollie Arnette
  2. Johnnie Bowlin.
  3. Earl Bowlin, married Rosie ____ ?
  4. Anna Bowlin.
  5. Carrie Bowlin married Mack Davenport.
  6. Ellie Bowlin married James Earl Hicks.
  7. Eva Mae Bowlin born 25 October 1919 and died 13 July 1976, married _____Lingefelt?
  8. Stella Bowlin.  (Courtesy of Virgil Scalf)

 

Child of STELLA BOWLIN is:

     1. Sandra Bowlin married _____ ANDERSON.

Ethel "Effie" and Frank were found living in Campbell County, Tennessee on the 1920 and 1930 census. 


1920 Campbell CO TN                        13 January 1920            Fifth District

BOWLIN, Frank Head 22 1898 TN KY KY
          Effie Wife 20 1900 KY KY KY
          Lula Dau 2 8/12 1917 KY KY KY
          Sterlin  Son 5/12 1919 KY KY KY
          Dock  Father 68 1852 KY KY KY
          Sarah Mother 67 1853 KY KY KY


1930 Campbell CO TN                        16 April 1930            Jellico

BOWLIN, Frank Head 32 1898 TN KY KY Married @ 16
          Effie Wife 31 1899 KY KY KY Married @ 15
          Lula Dau 12 1918 KY TN KY  
          Sterling Son 10 1920 KY TN KY  
          Stella   Dau   8 1922 TN TN KY  
          Eva Dau   7 1923 TN TN KY  
          John Son   5 1925 TN TN KY  
          Carl Son   2 1928 TN TN KY  

  

SARAH LENORE LOCKARD
Daughter of
Dudley Lockard & Lula Bunch
Sarah Lockard<Dudley<Daniel<Celia Scalf<John Scalf Sr<Lewis Scalf


Sarah Lenore Lockard, daughter of Dudley Lockard and Lula Bunch, was born17 June 1901 at Barbourville, Kentucky. Sarah died 30 December 1937.

Sarah married 1) Herbert Luther Slavens.

Child of SARAH LOCKARD and HERBERT LUTHER SLAVENS:

    1. Wanda Slavens born 09 January 1935.

Sarah married (2) Frank William Baute 19 May 1917, son of Frank Baute and Mary Bryant. He was born June 1899, and died 5 July 1930.  (Courtesy of Virgil Scalf)

Children of SARAH LOCKARD and FRANK BAUTE are:

     1. Dudley Edgar Baute born 01 March 1919.
     2. William Frank Baute born 21 March 1921. William married Jewell Mae Summers May 1940.
     3. Henry Edward Baute born 04 April 1923.
     4. Dorothy Marie Baute born 21 May 1925.
     5. Delina Everly Baute born 04 September 1927.

 
Children of WILLIAM BAUTE and JEWELL SUMMERS are:

     1. Frank Elwood Baute.
     2. Janice Baute.
     3. Phyllis Jean Baute.
     4. Everett Baute.
     5. James Henry Baute.
     6. Judy Ann Baute.
     7. Marlene Kay Baute.
     8. Timothy Ray Baute.
     9. Joanne Baute.
   10. Mary Alice Baute.
   11. Karl Ellis Baute.


Sarah and Frank were found living at Whitley County, Kentucky in 1920 and 1930.

1920 Whitley CO KY                    10 January 1920                    Proctor

BAUTE, Frank, Jr. Head 20 1900 KY OH TN
         Sarah Wife 18 1902 KY TN TN
         Dudley Son 10/12 1919 KY KY KY


1930 Campbell CO TN                    17 April 1930                District 15

BAUTE, Frank Head 30 1900 KY OH KY Married @ 17
          Sarah Wife 28 1902 KY KY KY Married @ 15
          Dudley Son 11 1919 KY KY KY  
          William Son   9 1921 KY KY KY  
          Henry Son   7 1923 KY KY KY  
          Dorothy Dau   5 1925 KY KY KY  
          Lena Dau   2 1927 KY KY KY  

 

OSCAR LOCKARD
Son of
Dudley Scalf & Lula Bunch
Oscar<Dudley<Daniel Lockard<Celia Scalf<John Scalf Sr<Lewis Scalf


Oscar Lockard, son of Dudley Scalf and Lula Bunch was born 07 September 1905. Oscar enlisted in the U.S. Army about 1951 and was stationed at Ft. Knox Kentucky. (Courtesy of Virgil Scalf)

We have no further information on Oscar.

WILLIE LOCKARD
Son of
Dudley Lockard & Lula Bunch

Willie<Dudley<Daniel Lockard<Celia Scalf<John Scalf Sr<Lewis Scalf


Willie Lockard, son of Dudley Lockard and Lula Bunch was born 23 January 1906. (Courtesy of Virgil Scalf)

We have no further information for Willie.

The next child born was Lee Lockard. Lee was born 1906 and died 1909.

 

WILLARD LOCKARD
Son of
Dudley Lockard & Lula Bunch
Willard<Dudley<Daniel Lockard<Celia Scalf<John Scalf Sr<Lewis Scalf


Willard Lockard, son of Dudley Lockard and Lula Bunch was born 11 May 1910. He married Edna Honeycutt 16 September 1933. (Courtesy of Virgil Scalf)

Children of WILLARD LOCKARD and EDNA HONEYCUTT are:

  1. Shirley Lockard married Joe Foley.
  2. Donnie Lockard.
  3. Billie Rae Lockard born 27 July 1936 and died October 1936.

 No further information.

 SOFFIE LOCKARD
Daughter of
Dudley Scalf & Lula Bunch
Soffie<Dudley<Daniel Lockard<Celia Scalf<John Scalf Sr<Lewis Scalf


Soffie Lockard, daughter of Dudley Scalf and Lula Bunch, was born 10 August 1910.

She married: 1) James Walden.  She married: 2) Noel N. Bowling 07 June 1930.

Child of SOFFIE LOCKARD and JAMES WALDEN is:

  1. Sue Walden

    (Courtesy of Virgil Scalf)

The next child born was Earl Lockard. Earl was born 1911 and died 29 September 1914. (Courtesy of Virgil Scalf) 

 

OMA LOCKARD
Daughter of
Dudley Scalf & Lula Bunch
Oma<Dudley<Daniel Lockard<Celia Scalf<John Scalf Sr<Lewis Scalf


Oma Lockard, daughter of Dudley Scalf and Lula Bunch was born 24 April 1914 at Jellico (Campbell County) Tennessee and died 4 July 1995 at Charleston, (Kanawha Co) West Virginia.

 Children of OMA LOCKARD are:

  1. Freddie Clifton Lockard, born 24 April 1939, Madison, Kanawha County, West Virginia. Freddie married Judy Kay Bailey 27 December 1958.
  2. Billie Jean Lockard. She married Junior McCallister.
  3. Jimmy Lockard.

 
Children of BILLIE LOCKARD and JUNIOR MCCALLISTER are:

  1. Ronnie McCallister.
  2. Michael McCallister.
  3. ? McCallister.

 
Children of FREDDIE LOCKARD and JUDY BAILEY are: 

  1. Tonya Kay Lockard married Paul Thomas Cochran 30 July 1988, Kernersville, Forsyth County, N.C.
  2. Adam Eugene Lockard married Denise _____.
  3. Rita Jean Lockard married Patrick Ara Quinn 13 March 1983.
  4. Herbert Willis Lockard married Joanne ______.
  5. Randall Clifton Lockard.
  6. Mark Dwayne Lockard.


She met Charles Taylor Kidwell, son of J. Kidwell and Clara ____ ?. He was born 12 May 1900 in Tennessee, and died 08 September 1930 in Jellico (Campbell County) Tennessee.

Charles was driving along Hwy. 25W when a truck backed out in front of him causing him to go over the cliff and into the creek causing his death. He died never knowing that Oma was pregnant. He was buried at Jellico Cemetery, Campbell County, Tennessee

Charles was a mechanic by occupation.

Child of OMA LOCKARD and CHARLES KIDWELL is:

 1. Tommy Ruth Lockard.

 He married Eunice Ann Mitchell in Las Vegas, Nevada. He married (2)

Joanne Smith 1 May 1951 in Jellico, Campbell County, Tennessee. She was born 1933 in Maryland, and died in Jellico, Campbell County, Tennessee. He met (3) Donna Molitor about 1965 in Los Angeles, California. She was born in Seminole, Oklahoma. He married (4) Verla Suzanne Wade in London, Georgia.

 Children of TOMMY RUTH LOCKARD and DONNA MOLITOR are:

  1. Trina Louise Lockard
  2. Tommy Dwayne.

 Child of TOMMY LOCKARD and VERLA WADE is:

   1. William Cleve Lockard.

Oma next married John Evans.

Nickname: Toothache John

Children of OMA LOCKARD and JOHN EVANS are:

  1. Robert Terry Evans married Sharon McKeehan
  2. David Evans married Olive Bailey.

 Children of ROBERT EVANS and SHARON MCKEEHAN are:

  1. Denise Kelly Evans
  2. Robert Brian Evans
  3. Michael Todd Evans.

Child of DAVID EVANS and OLIVE BAILEY:

 1. Carl Evans.

 She married Emery Eddy 2 July 1954.

Children of OMA LOCKARD and EMERY EDDY are:

  1. Sue Eddy
  2. Donny Eddy

  (Courtesy of Virgil Scalf)
  

IDA MAY LOCKARD
Daughter of
Dudley Lockard & Lula Bunch
Ida<Dudley<Daniel Lockard<Celia Scalf<John Scalf Sr<Lewis Scalf

 
Ida May Lockard, daughter of Dudley Lockard and Lula Bunch, was born 15 September 1916 at Proctor, Kentucky and died 18 October 1999 at Beech Tree Manor in Jellico, (Campbell County) Tennessee. She is buried at Jellico Cemetery in Campbell County, Tennessee.

Ida married Bill Gilreath.

Ida married Willard Sloan 12 November 1933. He was born11 May 1910 and died 1 January 1971.

 

SNEED LOCKARD
Son of
Dudley Lockard & Lula Bunch
Sneed<Dudley<Daniel Lockard<Celia Scalf<John Scalf Sr<Lewis Scalf


Sneed Lockard, son of Dudley Lockard and Lula Bunch, was born 07 February 1919 and died 18 March 1920. (Courtesy of Virgil Scalf)

No further information.

SARAH LOCKARD
Daughter of
Dicey Patterson
Sarah Lockard<Dicey<William<William Patterson


Sarah Lockard, daughter of Dicey Patterson married Johnnie Silas Scalf November 3, 1894.  Johnnie was the son of Thomas Jefferson Scalf and Martha Hammons, and grandson of Peter and Charlotte (Lotty) Scalf. Peter was the brother of Celia (Sela) Ann Scalf. Peter and Lotty were living four houses away from his sister, Celia (Sela) Ann Scalf Lockard in 1850.

Sarah Lockard was born to Dicey Patterson Marlow-Lockard, the widow of Daniel Lockard. Sarah's father is reported to have been William "Dock" Hammons.

The following information was submitted by Virgil Scalf, great grandson of Thomas J. Scalf and grandson of John (Johnnie) and Sarah Lockard Scalf.

"Dicey Patterson, mother of Sarah Lockard, was married to Daniel Lockard.  During this marriage, three boys, William, Madison, and Dudley were born.  When Daniel Lockard died in the mid 1870s, Dicey was the sole provider for the family, since the boys were very young and unable to work.  During the period after Daniel died, it appears, based on the records and family history, that Dicey met William "Dock" Hammons.  Dicey was several years older than Dock.  As a result of the relationship between Dicey Lockard and Dock Hammons, Sarah was born.  

Sarah Lockard's early life was very difficult even for the late 1800s.  When she was 5-6 years old, Sarah lost the first joint on her thumb and first two fingers of her left hand due an exploding dynamite cab.  Unfortunately, things did not improve as Sarah grew older; Dicey died when Sarah was 10-11 years old.  After Dicey passed away, Sarah went into a deep depression, but with advice from a doctor and positive intervention by her brothers, she was able to recover.  Sarah lived with the family of William "Dock" Hammons after Dicey died, but she was not happy due, in part, to a rocky relationship with Mary, the wife of Dock Hammons.  After a period of time with the Hammons family, she returned to the Lockard family and was raised by her three half brothers, William, Madison, and Dudley Lockard.   During the time she lived with the Hammons family, she developed a very close relationship with the daughters of Dock and Mary Hammons.  After she and the daughters of Dock Hammons were grown, this close relationship continued, and Sarah always spoke fondly of her half sisters, Maude, Nannie, Mammie, and Elizabeth. (Courtesy of Ruby Scalf, daughter-in-law of Sarah Lockard)

Even though William "Dock" Hammons was Sarah's father, she used the surname "Lockard" as she grew into a young woman.  The use of the surname Lockard was probably due to the time spent with the three half brothers during her childhood and the unfortunate experience spent with the Hammons family.

Johnny Scalf met Sarah Lockard at the Fairgrounds near Artemus, KY.  This is a small settlement 4-5 miles from Barbourville, KY.  Sarah explained to Johnny that she performed housework for several families for a living.  Well, Johnny told her that his mother was not well and needed some help.  So, Sarah went home with Johnny and started to work for Thomas and Martha Scalf.  Well, during the next few months, Johnny and Sarah fell in love and were married in Knox County, KY on November 3, 1894."  (Courtesy of Ruby Scalf, daughter in law of Sarah Lockard)

Sarah Lockard Scalf died on November 16, 1952.  The death certificate lists her father as Jess Hammons.  Since William Hammons was Sarah's father, the reason for the entry of "Jess" is unknown unless it was a nickname. (Death Certificate Courtesy of Virgil Scalf) 

 (Link to death certificate)

Sarah Lockard Scalf is listed in the 1900 census of Knox County, Kentucky with her husband, Johnnie Scalf, and two of their children, living at Flat Lick, Kentucky. (See chapter of Peter Scalf for descendents of John Silas Scalf and Sarah Lockard Scalf).

Children of JOHN SILAS SCALF and SARAH LOCKARD SCALF:

     1. Cora Lee Scalf (B. 7/9/1896 – D. 9/24/1972) married (1) Walter Woolum (2) Tom Baker       
     2. William D. Scalf (B. 10/15/1898–D. 6/20/1975) married (1) Lola Defaris Mills    (2)Grace Grubb  (3)  Sammy Lewis  (4) Faye Gray
     3. Benjamin Scalf (B. 1/26/1901 – D. 12/17/1970) married (1) Sally Howard (2) Maude Maiden (3) Opal Williams
     4. Nannie Scalf (B. 8.23 - 1903 D. 1985) married Talmage Messer (B. 3/22/1900 – D. 8/6/1939)
     5. Mayme Scalf (B. 5/2/1906 – D. 1/15/1992) married Guy Howard (B. 11/12/1897 – D. 7/9/1992)
     6. Dudley Scalf (B.  12/22/1908 – D.  10/13/1982) married (1) Mary Percivale (2) Beulah Widner  (3)  Shirley Mills
     7. Vernon Scalf (B. 5/11/1911 – D. 3/24/1973)  married (1) Carrie Shell (2) Sissy Blevins (3) Evelyn Smith
     8. Reed Scalf  (B. 12/25/1914 – D. 4/10/1993) married Ruby Elliott (B. 4/9/1921)
     9. Mabel Scalf (B. 3/14/1918 – D.  10/26/1998) married (1) Lindsey Southard  (2) Vann Parkey (D. 1997)


1900 Knox CO KY              12 June 1900            Flat Lick  

SCALF, Johnnie Head 22 Jan 1878 KY KY KY Married: November 3, 1894
(Lockard) Sarah Wife 23 May 1877 KY KY KY Two children born, two living
                Cora Lee Dau   3 Jul 1896 KY KY KY  
                William B.  Son   1 Oct 1898 KY KY KY  


1910 Knox CO KY  27 April 1910            West Flat Lick – Precinct #6
 

SCALF, John Head 31 1879 KY KY KY  
(Lockard) Sarah Wife 33 1877 KY KY KY Six children born, six living
                Cora Dau 14 1896 KY KY KY  
                Willie Son 11 1899 KY KY KY  
                Bennie Son 10 1900 KY KY KY  
                Nannie Dau   8 1902 KY KY KY  
                Mamie Dau   3 1907 KY KY KY  
                Dud Son 1 11/12 1908 KY KY KY


1920 Knox CO KY                        14 January 1920                Himyar

SCALF, John Head 41 1879 KY KY KY  
              Sarah Wife 43 1877 KY KY KY  
              Ben Son 18 1901 KY KY KY  
              Nannie Dau 16 1904 KY KY KY  
              Mamie Dau 13 1907 KY KY KY  
              Dud Son 11 1909 KY KY KY  
              Vernon Son   8 1912 KY KY KY  
              Reed Son   5 1915 KY KY KY  
              Mable  Dau   1 1919 KY KY KY  


1930 Knox CO KY             9 April 1930   3rd District – Himyar
 

SCALF, John S. Head 52 1878 KY KY KY  
              Sarah  Wife 53 1877 KY KY KY  
              Reed Son 16 1914 KY KY KY  
              Mabel Dau 12 1918 KY KY KY  
              Vernon  Son 19 1911 KY KY KY  

 

SARAH JANE LOCKARD
Daughter of
Thomas Lockard & Celia Scalf
Sara Lockard<Celia Scalf<John Sr<Lewis Scalf

Sarah Lockard, the daughter of Thomas Lockard and Celia Scalf, was born about 1856 in Knox County, Kentucky. Sarah  is listed below with her family in the 1860 Knox County, Kentucky census. She married Franklin Marion Tolson, born November 28, 1854, in Breathitt County, Kentucky. Franklin was the son of Thomas Tolson and Rebecca Caudill. Frank and Sarah were married on October 10, 1875 in Wolfe County, Kentucky. They had two sons. Lexington Tolson was born June 28, 1877 in Wolfe County, Kentucky and a son that died at birth was born September 17, 1878 in Wolfe County, Kentucky. In the Harold Green Gazette, an article stated that Sarah Tolson, age nineteen,  died two days after giving birth on September 19, 1878. In the Wolfe County death records, she is listed as Sarah Tolson, age 19, died September 19, 1878, fever, born Knox County, daughter of Thomas Lockard. Also in Wolfe County death records: September 17, 1878, male, dead to Frank and Sarah Tolson. (Courtesy - Jackie Dickerson)

Children of Thomas Tolson and Sarah Lockard:

     1) Lexington Tolson
     2) A son that was stillborn

1860 Knox CO KY               28 June 1860              Payne District

LOCKARD, Thomas M 44 1816 KY
          Noah M 18 1842 KY
          Daniel M 14 1846 KY
          William  M   8 1852 KY
          Ardena F   5 1855 KY
          Sarah Jane F   3 1857 KY

After Sara died, Frank married Nancy Alice Trent in Wolfe County, Kentucky.

1880 Wolfe CO KY               14-15 June 1880                    Precinct 3

TOLSON, Frank Head 25 1855 KY KY KY
          Allas  Wife 18 1862 KY KY KY
          Lexington  Son   3 1877 KY KY KY

 


LEXINGTON TOLSON
Son of
Franklin Tolson & Sarah Lockard
Lexington<Sara Lockard<Celia Scalf<John Sr<Lewis Scalf

Lexington Tolson, the son of Frank Tolson and Sarah Lockard, was born June 29, 1877 and died June 10, 1948 due to an accident at a sawmill. (Link to death certificate)

1900 Wolfe CO KY                    25 June 1900                    Campton

TOLSON, Lexington Head 22 Jun 1877 KY KY KY Married 5 years Saw mill laborer
           Armida     Wife 18 Apr 1882 VA VA VA Married 5 years 2 children bron, 2 living
           Grace Dau   4 Dec 1895 KY KY VA    
           Stanley Dau ?   2 Nov 1897 KY KY VA    


1910 Wolfe CO KY                    26 April 1910                    Campton

TOLSON, Leck Head 32 1878 KY KY KY
          Grace Dau 13 1897 KY KY KY
          Stanley Son 11 1899 KY KY KY
          Hobart   Son   9 1901 KY KY KY


WWI Registration Card


Name: Leck Tolson
Age: 41
Date of Birth: June 29, 1877        (Link to original document)
Home Address: Campton, KY             
Present Occupation: Farmer                                                
Employer's name: Self employed
Nearest relative: Carrie Tolson, wife
Address of nearest relative: Campton, KY
Height: Medium
Build: Medium
Color of eyes: Gray
Color of Hair: Red
Physical disability: Missing three fingers on right hand
Date: September 12, 1918



1920 Lee CO KY                    13 January 1920                    Fincastle

TOLSON, Leak Head 41 1879 KY KY KY
          Carri Wife 21 1899 KY KY KY
          Arnold   Son 10 1910 KY KY KY
          Czarma Son   8 1912 KY KY KY
          Saddie Dau   2 1918 KY KY KY
          Bertie Dau 1 3/12 1918 KY KY KY
PERRY, Clarence Brother in law 18 1902 KY KY KY

 

THOMAS LOCKARD
&
ALZYA MIRIAH (NORTHERN) STEWART


When Thomas was discharged in 1863, he returned to his family in Knox County, Kentucky. Four years later, Thomas married his second wife, Alzya Mariah (Northern) Stewart, widow of John Stewart on 6 September 1867 at the home of Thomas Lockhard in Knox County, Kentucky, by Isham Hubbard, Jr. J. P.

Thomas' son, Daniel Lockhart, Wallis Jones, and others were recorded as witnesses. (Marriage Record of Thomas and Alzey Mariah Stewart - and Pension file of Thomas Lockard - National Archives - Courtesy of Virgil Scalf)

(Link to Marriage License Part 1 and Part 2) (Courtesy of Virgil Scalf)

By 1870, Thomas and Alzya were found in Knox County, Kentucky. Ordeny (Ordena) daughter of Thomas and Sela Scalf Lockard was in the home. 

Ordeny (census spelling) was born about 1856. Interestingly, Ordeny/Ordena/Ardania had married James Myers in July of 1870 but was either living or visiting with her father and stepmother in August of 1870.

Ardana is the spelling listed on her marriage record from Knox County, Kentucky. She was seventeen years old and James was sixteen. This is the only information we have for James Myers and Ordena/Ardenia Lockard Myers.

LINK TO MARRIAGE RECORD

1870 Knox CO KY               23 August 1870          Subdivision 93           Barbourville 

LOCKARD, Thomas M 47 1823 TN
           Alzie F 23 1847 TN
           Ordeny F 14 1856 KY
           Franky F   3 1867 KY


The 1880 census shows Thomas Lockard and wife, Alzya, with seven children in the home.  The children of Thomas and Sela Scalf Lockard had left home and were married at this time.

1880 Knox CO KY               5 June 1880                District 54

LOCKARD, Thomas Head 60 1820 KY NC NC
          Alza Wife 34 1846 TN NC NC
          Frances  Dau 12 1868 KY KY TN (Franky)
          Joseph A. Son 10 1870 KY KY TN
          Mary A. Dau   8 1872 KY KY TN
          John T.   Son   6 1874 KY KY TN
          Manerva Dau   4 1876 KY KY TN
          George W.  Son   2 1878 KY KY TN
          Martha S. Dau 1/12 1880 KY KY TN (Margaret)

On March 16, 1884, Thomas Lockard filed for his military pension on disabilities incurred from his service in the late War. One deposition states he fell from his horse breaking his collarbone and also had hip and back injuries. However, this later proved to have been confused with his son Daniel's application.

Thomas filed for a pension for chronic diarrhea and rheumatism causing heart disease.

(Link to date of first filing - File 3) 

Thomas was awarded his pension. He received an increase to $12.00 per month September 23, 1891 for rheumatism, disease of the heart, and senility.  (Pension papers of Thomas Lockard - National Archives - Courtesy of Virgil Scalf)

Thomas only lived three years after his pay increase and his widow, Alzya Mariah (Northern) Stewart then filed for benefits.

The correct spelling of Alzya/Alzey Mariah Stewart is unknown to the author. In some records she is listed as Alzey while on others she is listed as Alzya. However, her named is spelled Alzey on the marriage record.

Thomas and Alzya were the parents of at least seven known children. There might have been more, but if so, it is unknown to us at this time.

Children of Thomas Lockard and Alzya Mariah (Northern) Stewart:

  1. Frances (Franky) Lockard.
  2. Joseph C. Lockard.
  3. Mary A. Lockard.
  4. John T. Lockard.
  5. Manerva Lockard.
  6. George W. Lockard
  7. Martha (Margaret) Susan Lockard.

On March 1, 1894, Alzya Mariah Lockard filed for a widow's pension. Alzya stated in her declaration that she had been previously married to John Stewart who had died on 13 June 1866 and that Thomas had been married previously to Sela Ann Scalf who died May 23, 1859.

Alzya listed the names of the legitimate children of Thomas and Alzya less than 16 years of age, at the time of his death:

  1. George Washington Lockard born March 6, 1878.
  2. Margaret Susan Lockard born March 5, 1880.

LINK TO DOCUMENT - Part 1, Part 2 & Part 3

Whether Alzya received a widow's pension is unknown, however, Alzya died just two years later on January 12, 1896. Her son Joseph then applied for the pension for the minor children. Joseph had been granted guardianship of his siblings, George and Margaret. The statement of Nathan B. Jones states the death date of Alzya Stewart Lockard as mentioned above. (Affidavit of Nathan B. Jones -Pension File of Thomas Lockard - National Archives - Courtesy of Virgil Scalf)

LINK TO DOCUMENT - Part 1 and Part 2

In the same document, the spelling of Thomas' surname was apparently questioned.  Joseph answered in response:

 "That his father always spelled his name thus = LOCKARD = that the marriage record was a clerical error of the clerk who wrote them. That the signature of the claimant and letters of Guardianship was an error of the agent who drew the application of claimant who at the time thought it was right. That said Thomas Lockard could not read or write but always directed when asked about it that his name was spelled as stated above - but officers writing his name often spell it differently without asking how to spell it and so the spelling has become mixed." (Affidavit of Joseph Lockard - Pension file of Thomas Lockard - National Archives - Courtesy of Virgil Scalf)

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From the information above, we can only speculate that Joseph might have been talking about the spelling of LOCKARD versus LOCKHARD. We have no marriage record of Thomas and Alzya at this time.

Information on the children of Thomas Lockard and Alzya Maria (Northern) Stewart is taken from a review of the pension file of Thomas Lockard, census records, and a very thorough search of this family by Virgil Scalf who is also a Scalf/Lockard descendent.

On February 14, 1894, Thomas Lockard died from heart disease. (Kentucky Register and Pension File of Thomas Lockard - Courtesy of Virgil Scalf)

By the enumeration of the 1900 census, Alzya had also died leaving at least two minor children. (See statement of Joseph Lockard)

 

FRANCES "FRANKY" LOCKARD
Daughter of
Thomas Lockard and Alzya Mariah Northern


Frances, also known as Franky Lockard, was born (according to census records) about 1867-68 in Kentucky.

At this time, we believe that Franky (Frances) was named Frances Rebecca or Rebecca Frances Lockard. The following marriage record and census record appears to be Franky Lockard, daughter of Thomas and Alzya Lockard.

James T. Brown applied for a marriage license on December 3, 1883 to marry Rebecca Lockard, daughter of Thomas Lockard. The couple was married December 4, 1883 in Knox County, Kentucky. James was 25 years old and this was a second marriage for James. James was born in Clay County, Kentucky; his father was born in NC and his mother was born in KY.

If this was Franky, her name is listed as Rebecca with what appears to be an (L) for a middle initial on the marriage record; however, this might have represented her maiden name. It is also possible that Franky had more than one middle name. We know that Franky was a short name for Frances. We have not found another child named Rebecca at this time; however, this does not mean one did not exist.

In comparison to the L in Lockhart made by the clerk, the two letters appear the same. However, Rebecca's father is listed as Thomas Lockhart suggesting this is the child we know as Frances (Franky) Lockard from the census records.

If this is Franky Lockard, she was 16 years old in 1883 with an estimated birth date of 1867. She was born in Knox County, Kentucky. Her father was born in Clay County, Kentucky and her mother was born in Hancock County, Tennessee. This information also supports the theory that this was Frances "Franky" Lockard.

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JOSEPH C. LOCKARD
Son of
Thomas Lockard & Alzya Mariah Northern


Joseph Lockard, son of Thomas Lockard and Alzya Mariah Northern, was born about 1870 according to the 1880 census of Knox County, Kentucky. Joseph married Sally Jackson 29 August 1901 in Knox County, Kentucky. Joseph was 32 years old and Sally was 22. This was a first marriage for both. Sally was the daughter of Scott Jackson and L or S. Lizzie Jackson. Joseph's parents were Thomas and Alzey Lockard. Joseph and Sally were married at the residence of the bride in Knox County, Kentucky. (Marriage Record of Joseph C. Lockard and Sally Jackson - Courtesy of Virgil Scalf)

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  MARY A. LOCKARD
Daughter of
Thomas Lockard & Alzya Mariah Northern


Mary A. Lockard, daughter of Thomas Lockard and Alzya Mariah Northern, was born about 1872 according to the1880 Knox County, Kentucky census. Mary married J. W. Hampton, son of James H. and Martha Hampton in Knox County, Kentucky 10 August 1893. They were married in the presence of Henry Lawson and Mat Cole. J. W. was 22 years old and Mary was 21. This was a first marriage for Mary A. Lockard and a second marriage for J. W. Hampton. They were married at the home of Thomas Lockard. (Marriage Record Courtesy of Virgil Scalf)

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JOHN THOMAS LOCKARD
Son of
Thomas Lockard & Alzya Mariah Northern


John Thomas Lockard, son of Thomas Lockard and Alzya Mariah Northern, was born about 1874 according to the 1880 Knox County, Kentucky census. His death certificate states his birth date as what appears to be 1860 with 1870 written over it. The 1860 might have been 1880 instead. The writing is difficult to determine. However, calculating from John's age at his death and the date of death, his birth year would have been 1880. This varies six years from the census records.

Apparently John did not marry for he was listed as "single" on his death certificate. The cause of death was "drowned by falling in to Little Richard Creek" January 14, 1914 at the age of 34 years and 6 days old. J. F. Dozier was the coroner and informant for the record. Joseph Lockard was the undertaker. John is interred at Jones Cemetery at Four Mile, Kentucky. (Death Certificate of John Thomas Lockard - Courtesy of Virgil Scalf)

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MINERVA LOCKARD
Daughter of
Thomas Lockard & Alzya Mariah Northern


Minerva Lockard, daughter of Thomas Lockard and Alzya Mariah Northern, was born about 1876 according to the 1880 Knox County, Kentucky census. Minerva married Finley Fisher 29 November 1896 in Knox County, Kentucky. He was the son of Jesse and Marinda (?) Fisher. Finley was 26 years old and Minerva was 21. This was a first marriage for Marinda and second marriage for Finley. Marinda might have been Malinda. (Marriage record of Minerva Lockard - Courtesy of Virgil Scalf)

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GEORGE WASHINGTON LOCKARD
Son of
Thomas Lockard & Alzya Mariah Northern


George Washington Lockard, son of Thomas Lockard and Alzya Mariah Northern, was born March 6, 1878 in Kentucky. (Pension file of Thomas Lockard - National Archives Washington D.C. - Courtesy of Virgil Scalf)

George married first to Laura Valentine 8 April 1901 in Knox County, Kentucky. Laura was the daughter of Henry and Adeline Valentine. This was a first marriage for both. George was 22 years old and Laura was 21. They were married at the residence of Finley Valentine. (Marriage Record Courtesy of Virgil Scalf)

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George married second to Clara Jackson. George was 23 years old and Clara was 21. This was a second marriage for George and the first marriage for Clara. She was the daughter of Scott and Elizabeth Jackson and a sister to Sally Jackson that married George’s brother, Joseph. Clara was born in North Carolina according to the marriage record. George and Clara were married at Sinking Valley Church on 5 December 1903. George’s parents are listed as Thos and Alzie Lockard. The marriage record states that George was born in Knox County, Kentucky.

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George Lockard, son of Thomas and Alzya was found as head of house in Knox County, Kentucky 1900 living at Precinct 1. His brother, John, and sister, Sudie (Margaret Susan) was also in the home. George and Margaret (also listed as Martha on the 1880 census) were the two minor children of Thomas and Alzya at the time of Alzya's death in 1896.

1900 Knox CO KY             16 June 1900                       Precinct 1
 
LOCKARD, George Head 21 Mar 1879 KY KY KY
            John Brother 25 Mar 1875 KY KY KY
            Susie Sister 20 Mar 1880 KY KY KY


1910 Bell CO KY           21 April 1910            Greasy Creek Precinct
 

LOCKARD, George Head 26 1884 KY KY KY Second marriage Married 6 years
            Clara Wife 25 1885 NC NC NC First marriage 2 children born, 2 living
            Lizzie  Dau   4 1906 KY KY NC    
            Rosa B. Dau 1 5/12 1908 KY KY NC    


1920 Bell CO KY           5 February 1920            Greasy Creek Precinct

LOCKARD, George Head 42 1878 KY KY KY  
            Clara Wife 39 1881 NC TN NC  
            Lizzie Dau 13 1907 KY KY NC  
            Beatrice  Dau 10 1910 KY KY NC  
            Clell  Son   8 1912 KY KY NC  
            Dorthy Dau   6 1914 KY KY NC  
            Georgia Anna   Dau   5 1915 KY KY NC  
            Jewel Dau 1 1/12 1919 KY KY NC  
JACKSON, Lizzie Mother in law 64 1856 NC NC NC Widow


1930 Harlan CO KY                23 April 1930                District 2

LOCKARD, George Head 52 1878 KY KY TN  
            Clara Wife 47 1883 NC NC NC  
            Beatrice Dau 21 1909 KY KY NC  
            Clell Son 19 1911 KY KY NC  
            Dartha Dau 16 1914 KY KY NC  
            Georgiana Dau 13 1917 KY KY NC  
            E. Jewel Dau 11 1919 KY KY NC  
            Joe Brother 62 1868 KY KY TN Widower



MARGARET SUSAN LOCKARD
Daughter of
Thomas Lockard & Alzya Mariah Northern


Margaret Susan Lockard, daughter of Thomas Lockard and Alzya Mariah Northern, was born March 5, 1880 in Kentucky. (Pension file of Thomas Lockard - National Archives Washington D.C. - Courtesy of Virgil Scalf)

Susan married Henry Jackson, son of Scott and Elizabeth Jackson, of Claiborne County, Tennessee. Henry was likely a brother to Sally and Clara Jackson that married Susan’s brothers Joseph and George Lockard. Susan's parents are listed as Thomas and Mariah Lockard of Knox County, Kentucky. This was a first marriage for both. Susan was 20 years old and Henry was 22. They applied for the license on December 5, 1900 and were married December 6, 1900 at Sinking Valley in Knox County, Kentucky.

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End of Celia Ann (Scalf) Lockard Chapter

DANIEL LOCKARD
OF
LEE COUNTY, VIRGINIA
 

At this time, we cannot confirm the parents of Thomas Lockard. Therefore, limited research was undertaken to try and determine possibilities for the parents of Thomas. The conclusion of that research is present here and may or may not be a part of the Thomas Lockard family.

First, in the Lee County, Virginia census of 1830 is listed a Daniel Lockard as head of house. This family lines up as follows:

1830 Lee Co. VA                  

LOCKHART, Daniel

1 male 10 - 15 (1815 - 1820)   (Probably son)  
1 male 15 - 20 (1810 - 1815)   (Probably son)  
1 male 40 - 50 (1780 - 1790)   (Probably Daniel)  
2 female 5 - 10 (1820 - 1825)   (Probably daughters)  
1 female 10 - 15 (1815 - 1820)   (Probably daughter)  
1 female 15 - 20 (1810 - 1815)   (Probably daughter)

Note there does not appear to be a female in the household near the age of Daniel Lockard, suggesting that his wife had either died, or they were separated, or possibly divorced.

It should be noted here that in this same year a Thomas Lockard appears as head of house on the 1830 Clay County, Kentucky census and an older female is living in the home. This may or may not have been his mother.

In comparing the 1830 census of Clay County, Kentucky to that of the 1840 census of Hawkins County, Tennessee, where a Thomas Lockard was found as head of house, we find that the age of Thomas Lockard in 1830 is slightly older than Thomas Lockard in 1840.


1830 Clay CO, KY

LOCKARD, Thomas

2 males < 5 (1825 - 1830)
2 males 5 - 10 (1820 - 1825)
1 male 10 - 15 (1815 - 1820)
1 male 30 - 40 (1790 - 1800)  (Thomas?)
2 females 10 - 15 (1815 - 1820)
1 female 50 - 60 (1770 - 1780)  (Mother of Thomas?)

1840 Hawkins CO TN

LOCKHART, Thomas

1 male <5 (1835 - 1840)   (James M. Lockard)  
1 male 20 - 30 (1810 - 1820)   (Thomas Lockard)  
1 female 5 - 10 (1830 - 1835)   (Unknown)  
1 female 10 - 15 (1825 - 1830)   (Unknown)  
1 female 15 - 20 (1820 - 1825)   (Celia Ann Scalf Lockard)  
1 female 40 - 50 (1790 - 1800)   (Sister or sister-in-law of Thomas)

The 1840 census does not match the 1830 census and the older female in the home in 1830 was born about 1770-1780 suggesting this might have been the mother of Thomas; however, the older female in 1840 was born about 1790-1800 suggesting this might have been someone else in the home of Thomas Lockard in 1840.

The younger females might have been children of the older female in the home. It is possible that the youngest female was a daughter of Thomas and Cealy Ann; however, from all records obtained, James Madison Lockard appears to be the oldest child born about 1837-38.

This family may or may not be the same Thomas Lockard family. There was no Thomas Lockard on the 1840 Clay County, Kentucky census, nor was he found as head of house anywhere other than Hawkins County, Tennessee in 1840.

John Scalf, Sr., first applied for his pension in Hawkins County, Tennessee in 1838 suggesting he had moved there sometime before the application was filed. His son-in-law, Thomas Lockard, signed a statement on behalf of John’s pension and was in Hawkins County at least two years before the enumeration of the 1840 census. 

The Scalf family traveled frequently between Clay County, Kentucky and Hawkins/Hancock, and Claiborne Counties in Tennessee, which also border Lee County, Virginia where known family members lived at one time or another. 

Daniel Lockard appears on the 1840 Lee County, Virginia census. Andrew Lockheart (30-40) was living nearby.


1840 Lee CO VA

LOCKHEART, DANIEL

1 male 50 - 60 (1780 - 1790)  
1 female < 5 (1835 - 1824)
1 female 5 - 10 (1830 - 1835) 
1 female 20 - 30 (1810 - 1820)

Lee County, Virginia, joins Hancock Co. TN. In 1840, Lee County, Virginia joined the part of Hawkins County, Tennessee that became Hancock County in 1848. The family of Cealy Ann Scalf and the family of Daniel Lockard could have been neighbors during the years of 1838-1846. Lee County, Virginia also joins Scott and Russell Counties.

The known travels of the Scalf family, along with the known areas of Lee County, Virginia and Clay County, Kentucky strongly suggest to the author that it is very possible that Daniel Lockard of Lee County, Virginia could have been Thomas' father or at least a close relative. Thomas also named a son Daniel.

Recalling that on the 1840 census of Hawkins County, Tennessee, in the home of Thomas Lockard there were four females. One female is most likely Cealy Ann. She is listed as 15 - 20, but there are two other females born 1825 - 1835.  There is also a female born 1790 - 1800. We can only speculate that this might have been a relative of Thomas; however, it could have been a relative of Cealy Ann. The younger females could have been daughters of the older female.

The male born 1835 - 1840 from the 1840 census was most likely the first child of Thomas and Cealy Ann (James Madison Lockard) born about 1837. The only other Thomas Lockard/Lockhart found by the author was living in Lewis Co. Virginia in 1830. This Thomas Lockard/Lockhart was married and both he and his wife were aged, 20-30, born 1800-1810 and continued to live in Lewis County, Virginia through 1860.

In 1850, Daniel Lockard/Lockhart from the 1830 and 1840 Lee County, Virginia census is still living in Lee County, Virginia. It appears there is no wife in the home at this time. Although Charity could have been his wife, the relationship is not listed on this census.

The author believes, however, that Charity was a daughter and the younger children were grandchildren of Daniel. Further records could prove this incorrect. The author has listed this family from the census for research purposes in the event that Daniel might have been the father of Thomas.


1850 Lee Co. VA                   30 July 1850

LOCKHART, Daniel M 64 1786 VA
       Charity F 35 1815 VA
       Vashti F 15 1835 VA
       Marthaline (?)   F 11 1839 VA
       Elviar F  9 1841 VA
       Emiline F   7 1843 VA
       Barthena    F   5 1845 VA
       James F   2 1848 VA


Daniel Lockard/Lockhart was still living at the age of 75 in 1860 Lee County, Virginia. Again, the census does not list the relationship of the folks in the home of Daniel Lockard. This census does, however, reveal the place of birth of Daniel Lockard/Lockhart, which was listed as Tazewell, Virginia.

The folks in the home of Daniel were all born in Lee County. It is assumed again that these were grandchildren of Daniel although they very well could have been children. Charity is not listed on this census and assumed to have died or possibly married if she was a daughter of Daniel. She might also have been a daughter-in-law. Andrew Lockard/Lockhart is still living near Daniel in 1860 Lee County, Virginia.


1860 Lee Co. VA       9 August 1860            Western District        Jonesville
 

LOCKHART, Daniel M 75 1785 Tazewell. VA
           Vashti F 23 1837 Lee, VA
           Martha L. F 19 1841 Lee, VA
           Elvira F 18 1842 Lee, VA
           Emiline F 16 1844 Lee, VA
           Bartheny F 14 1846 Lee, VA
           Jas. B. M 11 1849 Lee, VA
           Mary M. F 10 1850 Lee, VA

The family of Daniel Lockard/Lockhart was not found in 1870.

Daniel Lockard/Lockhart may or may not have been part of the family of Thomas Lockard. However, the author believes there is a very good possibility that there is a family connection between these families. The author would be interested in hearing from descendents of the Lockard/Lockhart families concerning these families.

NOTE:  This chapter ends the writings of the sixteen children of John Scalf, Sr. and Edeah (Edy) Carlisle Scalf. John and Edy had fourteen living children with descendents. Celia Ann Scalf Lockard was the last known child of John and Edy.

One son named William did not live to adulthood. A second son was also named William in honor of his brother that had died. No marriage has been found for him at this time although a marriage before his death was possible.

CREDITS:

Virgil Scalf - Census records, marriages, pension file of Thomas and Daniel Lockard, database of the Lockard Family, Kentucky Tax Lists, and other records. - Grandson of John Silas Scalf and Sarah Lockard Scalf, g-grandson of Thomas Jefferson Scalf and Martha Hammons, gg-grandson of Peter and Charlotte Scalf, and ggg-grandson of John Scalf, Sr. and Edeah Carlisle Scalf.

Washington D.C. ArchivesPension file of Thomas Lockard.

Ruby Scalf - Daughter-in-law of John Silas Scalf and Sarah Lockard Scalf.

Sue Anderson – Contact of Virgil Scalf

Margaret Scalf Fleenor - Author


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