Lockwood, Missouri Facts:
- County: Dade
- Population: 928
- Coverage Area (Total): 0.9 sq. miles
- Elevation: 1,086 ft.
- Cities/Towns covered in local Names and Numbers Phone Book: Amos, Arcola, Ardath, Arnica, Arthur, Asbury, Avilla, Bearcreek, Bellamy, Bona, Boston, Bristow, Bronaugh, Cane Hill, Caplinger Mills, Carbon Center, Cedar Springs, Cedarville, Claud, Coal Hill, Comet, Corry, Cossville, Crisp, Dadeville, Dederick, Deerfield, El Dorado Springs, Ellis, Eve, Everton, Fair Haven, Fair Play, Filley, Glen Town, Golden City, Greenfield, Hackleman Corner, Handley,, Hannon, Harwood, Horton, Iantha, Irwin, Jasper, Jerico Springs, Kenoma, Kings Point, Lamar, Lamar Heights, Layneville, Lebeck, Liberal, Lockwood, Maple Grove, Masters, Medoc, Meinert, Metz, Milford, Milo, Mindenmines, Montevallo, Moundville, Nashville, Nassau Junction, Neola, Nevada, Newport, Oak Ridge (Vernon County), Oakton, Olympia, Oskaloosa, Pacetown, Panama, Pennsboro, Pilgrim, Portia, Rich Hill, Richards, Rinehart, Rookins, Rousertown, Schell City, Seybert, Sheldon, South Greenfield, Stockton, Stotesbury, Swart, Sylvania, Tuckers Corner, Umber, Umber View Heights, Verdella, Virgil City, Wagoner, Walker, Willowville, Wimmer
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Lockwood's history began in 1881 as a settlement of three rival towns by three separate men in the present-day area. By 1883, the three settlements came together via a compromise by founders William J. Davis, William Taggart, and Titus Eldridge, and the town was incorporated as the Village of Lockwood. The town was named in honor of J.E. Lockwood, the general-passenger agent of the Kansas City, Fort Scott and Gulf Railroad, which ran through the area.
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