William Edmund Locock

Born - April 13, 1846; Weston Super Mare, England
Son of John Waters Locock and Mary Ann (Gane) Locock

Died - April 24, 1920; St. Thomas, Ontario

Married - Ellen Roach, August 13, 1870, St. Saviours Church, Bath, England

Children:
John Leathan Locock, b. July 03, 1871; d. June 09, 1954.
Henry Edwin Locock, b. March 03, 1874; d. March 05, 1874, Oshawa, Ontario
Ellen Kate Locock b. July 05, 1875; d. July 29, 1875, Oshawa, Ontario.
Unnamed Son, b. March 17, 1877, d. March 18, 1877, Oshawa, Ontario.
Mabel Vaughan Locock, b. May 30, 1879, d. December 11, 1949; m. Aug 1, 1907, Eugene Doberer.
Alice Muriel Locock, b. September 03, 1890; d. July 11, 1891, St. Thomas, Ontario.

Notes:
W.E. LOCOCK, OLD RESIDENT, DEAD
Had Made His Home in St. Thomas Since 1882; Death Comes After Extended Illness W.E. Locock, a well known St. Thomas resident for many years, passed away on Saturday in the Amasa Wood Hospital, after an extended illness. Mr. Locock was born at Weston-Super-Mare, Somerset, England, seventy four years ago. He had resided in St. Thomas since 1882, and his familiar face will be missed by many of the older residents in the west end of the city.
Mr. Locock was a past grand of St. Thomas lodge, No. 76, I.O.O.F., and for several years had been treasurer of the lodge. He leaves to mourn his death his wife, one son, John, of Toronto, and one daughter, Mrs. Doberer, of Salmon Arm, B.C. He was a member of Trinity Church. Had he lived until August 14th he would have been married fifty years.
The funeral will take place on Tuesday at 3:30 from the residence, 50 Elysian street.

Funeral of the Day
W.E. Locock
The funeral of the late W.E. Locock took place on Tuesday afternoon at 3:30 from the family residence on Elysian street and was largely attended. Rev. J.W.J. Andrew officiated at the service which was followed by another service held at the house by No. 76 IOOF conducted by noble grand Thomas Currah and J.A. McCully. The casket was covered with many beautiful floral tributes to the deceased. Interment was made in St. Thomas cemetery the pall bearers being R.T. Pincombe, George K. Crocker, A. McLaughlin, Daniel Ferguson, C. Shultz and George A. Ferguson.
Ref.: The St. Thomas Times - Journal, Monday, April 26, 1920.

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