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Herbert Locock

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1837 Born in London

1869 Dissolution of the Partnership between Frederick Edward Blackett Beaumont and Herbert Locock, carrying on business as Manufacturers of Patent Machinery for boring Rock and Contractors for boring Rock, under the style or firm of Beaumont and Locock, at Sheerness. in the county of Kent. Debts due to and owing by the said partnership will be received and paid by the said Frederick Edward Blackett Beaumont, by whom the said business will henceforth be carried on.[1].

1871 Captain Herbert Locock R.E. Active list, 34, lived in Cardiff with Agnes Edith Fanny Locock 28, Ethel Maud Locock 6, Nina Locock 5, Ida Gertrude Locock 3, Katherine Beatrice Locock 1[2]

1881 Major Herbert Locock R E Active List, 44, lived in Merchiston Grove, Midlothian, with Ethel M Locock 16, Ida G Locock 13, Katherine B Locock 11, Arthur H Locock 6[3]

1910 Colonel Herbert Locock died in Farnham, Surrey; buried in Kensal Green Cemetery[4]

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Sources of Information

  1. London Gazette 22 Jan 1869
  2. 1871 census
  3. 1881 census
  4. Find-a-grave