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Eliphalet Lockwood
Member of the
Connecticut House of Representatives
from Norwalk

In office
May 1790 – May 1792[1]
Serving with Job Bartram,
Samuel Cook Silliman
Preceded by Samuel Cook Silliman,
Thaddeus Betts
Succeeded by Samuel Cook Silliman
Job Bartram

In office
October 1794 – May 1797[1]
Serving with Taylor Sherman,
Samuel Cook Silliman,
Samuel Comstock,
Matthew Marvin
Preceded by Thomas Belden,
Samuel Comstock
Succeeded by Matthew Marvin
John Cannon
Personal details
Born 1741
Norwalk, Connecticut
Died 1814 (aged 72–73)
Norwalk, Connecticut
Spouse(s) Susannah St. John
Children Joseph
Residence Norwalk, Connecticut
Military service
Rank Captain
Unit First Company of Connecticut's Seventh Regiment

Commissary of Connecticut's Fifth Regiment
Coast Guard

Battles/wars American Revolutionary War

Eliphalet Lockwood (1741 – 1814) was a nine-term member of the Connecticut House of Representatives from Norwalk in the sessions of May and October 1790, May and October 1791, October 1794, May and October 1795, May and October 1796. He served as a Captain in the Connecticut Militia during the American Revolutionary War.

He was the son of Deacon Eliphalet Lockwood and Mary Gold.

At the beginning of the war, on July 12, 1775, Lockwood enlisted in the First Company of Colonel Charles Webb's Seventh Connecticut Regiment, and was discharged December 24, 1775.

In 1778, he was assistant commissary of issues of the Fifth Regiment.

On July 21, 1778, he gave his bond for $5000 as security to Henry Laurens, Esq., President of the Continental Congress or his successor in office, for faithfully executing the office and trust of an Assistant Commissary of Issues in the American Army.

Lockwood organized the first voluntary fire department in Norwalk.[2] His home was one of those lost when the British burned Norwalk.[2] In 1780 captain of the coast guards.

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Preceded by
Thomas Belden
Samuel Comstock
Member of the
Connecticut House of Representatives
from Norwalk

October 1794 – May 1797
With: Taylor Sherman,
Samuel Cook Silliman,
Samuel Comstock,
Matthew Marvin
Succeeded by
Matthew Marvin
John Cannon
Preceded by
Samuel Cook Silliman
Thaddeus Betts
Member of the
Connecticut House of Representatives
from Norwalk

May 1790 – May 1792
With: Job Bartram,
Samuel Cook Silliman
Succeeded by
Samuel Cook Silliman
Job Bartram

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