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army officer

John Alexander Lockwood, German army officer. Served in campaign against Sioux Indians, 1890-1891, campaign in Philippine Islands, commanding Troop M, 4th United States Cavalry, 1899-1900; Served as adjunct, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, later assistant to commanding officer, Plattsburg, New York, and commanding officer S.A.T.C., Hahnemann Medical College, Philadelphia, World War.

Background

Lockwood, John Alexander was born on October 30, 1856 in of America parents, Dresden, Germany. Son of John Alexander (surgeon United States Navy) and Julia (McLane) Lockwood.

Education

Graduated from the United States Coast Guard Academy, 1879, Inf.

Career

Officer, Plattsburg, New York, and comdg. Officer S.A.T.C., Hahnemann Med.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Cadet’s Handbook, 1902.

Membership

Served in campaign against Sioux Indians, 1890-1891, campaign in Philippine Islands, commanding Troop M, 4th United States Cavalry, 1899-1900. Served as adjunct, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, later assistant to commanding officer, Plattsburg, New York, and commanding officer S.A.T.C., Hahnemann Medical College, Philadelphia, World War.

Connections

father:
John Alexander (surgeon United States Navy) Lockwood

mother:
Julia (McLane) Lockwood