Note: AA Gentry III, p. 87. Through his mother in law, the widow Loockerman, William Harwood inherited the mansion in Annapolis now known as the Hammond-Harwood House, reputed to be one of the most perfect and handsome examples of 18th century architecture. Was an intense Southern sympathized and the only son, Richard Loockerman Harwood, was a member of the First Maryland Calvary and made the surpreme sacrifice for the cause on the advance on Winchester. His father (William Harwood) was professor of English at the Naval Academy but resigned when the War Between the States was declared. He refused to take the Oath of Allegiance to the Union. 1850 - Annapolis, Anne Arundel, Maryland (living with his mother-in-law) Francis T. Lockerman - 70 - widow - $3,000 all b. Maryland Hester Howard - 46 * William Howard *- 40 - school master Fanny Howard * - 12 Lucy Howard * - 6 Richard Howard * - 4 Townley Lockerman - 30 - (male) Kate Lockerman - 20 * (NOTE: ENUMERATED AS HOWARD INSTEAD OF HARWOOD) 1860 - Annapolis, Anne Arundel, Maryland William Harwood - 50 - lawyer - $8,000 + $500 all b. Maryland Hester Ann - 53 Fanny -22 Lucy - 15 Richard L. - 14 Hester Ann - 9 (NOTE: IN 1870 WILLIAM HARWOOD AND HESTER ARE NOT LIVING TOGETHER) 1870 - Baltimore Ward 13, Maryland William Harwood - 60 - teacher - $200 personal - b. Maryland A. Smith - 35 - (fe) matron of institution b. Maryland 19 all male students 1 cook 1 servant 1870 - Annapolis, Anne Arundel, Maryland Hester Harwood - 63 -keeping house - $12,000 + $239 - all born Maryland Lucy Harwood - 24 - at home Hester Harwood - 19 - at home 1880 - Annapolis, Anne Arundel, Maryland William HARWOOD--- Self M Male W 70 MD County School Examiner MD MD Hester A. HARWOOD-- Wife M Female W 73 MD Keeping House MD MD Lucy HARWOOD ------- Dau S Female W 32 AL At Home MD MD Hester A. HARWOOD-- Dau S Female W 29 MD At Home MD MD Francis E. HARWOOD-- Dau S Female W 42 MD Md Hospital For Insane MD MD
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