Transcribed from History of Labette County, Kansas and its Representative Citizens, ed. & comp. by Hon. Nelson Case. Pub. by Biographical Publishing Co., Chicago, Ill. 1901

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Sarah E. (Hudson) Lockwood

MRS. SARAH E. (HUDSON) LOCKWOOD, a resident of Walton township, Labette county, Kansas, was born, in 1837, in Morgan county, Illinois, where she resided until she removed to Kansas, in 1875. She is a daughter of Isaac and Susan (Clark) Hudson. Her father was born in Kentucky, in 1813, and died in 1901. He was a farmer, and followed agricultural pursuits in Nebraska during the latter part of his life. Her mother was an Ohioan by birth. They reared nine children, Ann Maria; Sarah E.; John H.; James W.; Charles C.; Noah C.; Andrew; Nancy J.; and Mary.

Mrs. Lockwood first located, in Crawford county, Kansas, where she resided until 1883, when she moved to Labette county, and settled on her present farm, the southwest quarter of section 23, in Walton township, where she carries on general farming and stock raising. In 1897 Mrs. Lockwood remodeled her residence, and made it a very neat and attractive country home.

Mrs. Lockwood has been twice married. Her first husband was John A. Hammond, who died in 1884. There were no children by this union.

In 1883 the subject hereof contracted a second matrimonial alliance, this time uniting her fortunes with Walter A. Lockwood, a native of Ohio. He had been previously married to Athelia Gibbons, of Maryland, by whom he had the following children: Charles; Jennie; Wilber; and Annie. Charles is at home, and manages the farm; Jennie married C. B. Sweet, of Kansas City; Wilber started on an expedition to the Klondike regions, and was last heard from at Juneau; Annie is a teacher in the Parsons public schools. Mr. Lockwood is a carpenter by occupation, but has not followed that trade for many years. The subject of this sketch and her husband are surrounded by the children of the latter's first marriage, and all enjoy their comfortable country home.