Lockwoods in Politics

1.    Amelius Mark Richard Lockwood (1847 - 1928)

First Baron Lambourne. Lieutenant-Colonel in Coldstream Guards 1883. Conservative politician for Epping 1892-1917. President of Royal Horticultral Society. Entertained King Edward at Bishop's Hall, Lambourne, Essex in 1904.

2.    Belva Anne Lockwood (1830 - 1917)

American lawyer, reformer and women's rights advocate. In 1884 and 1888 she was the candidate for the Equal Rights Party for the presidency of the USA.

3.    Betty Lockwood (1924 -

Created Life Peer in 1978 Baroness of Dewsbury, W. Yorkshire. Deputy Speaker House of Lords. Was Chairman of Equal Opportunities Commission 1975 - 1983.

4.    Frank Lockwood (1846 - 1897)

Frank Lockwood was born about 1846 in Doncaster, the son of Charles Day Lockwood and Jane Haines Mitchell. He died on 19 December 1897, Frank had two brothers Charles and Alfred, and three sisters Lucy, Alice and Agnes.

 Charles Day Lockwood had a brother Henry Francis Lockwood who was the great grandfather of Margaret Lockwood the famous British film actress.

Frank attended Manchester Grammar School and St. Paulís, London. He then went to Caius College, Cambridge gaining a B.A. in 1869. he was a barrister at Lincolnís Inn, 1872, Queenís Counsel 1882, Recorder of Sheffield , 1884, Solicitor-General 1894-1895, Liberal Member of Parliament  for York 1885 - 1897, caricaturist and contributor to Punch magazine.

He married Julia Schwabe, daughter of Salis Schwabe, in 1874. They had two daughters Lucy (born about 1876 in London) and Madge (born about 1885 in Scarborough). In the 1881 census RG11/21/53/38, they lived at 18 Kensington Garden Square, Paddington, London. In the 1891 census they lived at 26 Lennox Gardens, Chelsea along with a governess and seven servants.

He has an island in Scotland named after him.