Thomas Dixon Lockwood Edit Profile
Education common schools there. Technical knowledge of electrical engineering and patent law, self acquired.
Made paper, Lee, Massachusetts, 1868-1869. Made plate glass, Indiana, 1869-1871. Worked on rys., Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Jersey, telegraph operator, ticket agent, locomotive engineer, 1871-1875.
In service American Tel. and Tel. Company and predecessors, since 1879. Patent attorney, expert in electrical inventions before patent office and United States cts.
Authority on telephony and telegraphy, retired, 1919.
Member Institution Elec. Engineers, London; member National Elec. Light Association, Old Time Telegraphers and History Association.
Member Telephone Pioneers American. Clubs: Exchange, Algonquin, City (Boston).
Married Mary Helm, October 20, 1875. Children: Arthur George Frederick, Stanley Dixon (deceased).