Locke, John Fairfield
(1838-1900) Born in Hollis, came to Saco about 1865. Owned City Market in Biddeford, and lived at 34 Beach Street in Saco. Farmer and cattle dealer. Obit BWJ 08/31/1900, p.7 c.4.
Locke, John S.
(1836-1906) Home at 90 Middle Street, Saco. Superintendent of Saco schools for 13 years; had kept book store prior to that. Obit BDJ 12/05/1906, p.7 c.4-7.
(1804-1900) Born in Ireland, came to U.S. in 1840’s and soon after landing came to Biddeford. One of the first Irish women to settle in Biddeford. Obit BWJ 07/20/1900, p.6 c.6.
(1835-1907) Home at Cutts Avenue in Saco. Brother of Sam Lord. Born in Buxton & came to Saco in 1852. Chief engineer of Saco Fire Department 1872-1889. Obit BWJ 07/12/1907, p.1 c.5.
Lord, Eugene F.
(1860-1921) Obit BWJ 09/02/1921, p.5 c.6.
Lord, Harry K.
(1859-1919) Home at 167 Alfred Street. Son of Capt. Joseph O. Lord, who had a livery stable on Alfred Street. Son ran business for 25 years (1894-1919). Obit BWJ 08/08/1919. Business bought by Oren B. Edwards, BWJ 11/07/1919, p.3 c.6.
Lord, Henry I.
(1839-1903) Born in Canada, died in Biddeford. Sketch of life BWJ 07/03/1903, p.7 c.3-4.
Lord, John Henry
(1839-1907) Cobbler, with store at 23 Main Street on Factory Island, Saco. Brother of Sam Lord. Obit BWJ 02/08/1907, p.7 c.5.
Lord, Joseph O. (Captain)
Sketch of life/obit BWJ 11/15/1895, p.3 c.4.
Lord, Pierre (Peter)
(1831-1914) Home at 48 Sullivan Street. Born in Quebec, came to Biddeford in 1868. Obit BDJ 08/21/1914, p.8 c.4.
Lord, Samuel L.
(1841-1911) Famous druggist of Saco. Obit BWJ 01/06/1911, p.1 c.7-8.
Lougee, Bennett S.
(1834-1916) Had shoe store on Factory Island. Oldest merchant in business here; was last man to wear frock coat and top hat at business. Obit BWJ 09/15/1916, p.7 c.2.
Lovejoy, Edward F.
“Professor” Lovejoy, with offices at 141 Main Street in Biddeford. Specialized in lung and throat ailments, was also a musician. See Bickford’s Local landmarks, p.36.
Lowell, John B.
(1834-1921) Obit BWJ 07/15/1921, p.8 c.6-7.
Lowell, Silvanus (Captain)
Was blind when died at the age of 86. Buried 07/22/1830. From Samuel Merrill diary, p.125.
(1868-1920) Married to John Lubinsky. Born in Boston, married there in 1886 and came to Biddeford to live. Was the head of the Lubinsky clothing store in Hotel Thacher. Mother of Sam. Obit BWJ 12/31/1920, p.8 c.7.
234 Main Street. See SAVINGS BANK BLOCK – LUMB BUILDING.
Lunt, Alfred M. (Captain)
(1824-1885) Died in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Obit BWJ 04/10/1885, p.3 c.2.
Lunt, Cyrus K.
Biddeford man, had 3 sons in Civil War. History of Lunt family in New England during Revolution and other wars. BWJ 07/05/1907, c.2-3.
Age 77, of Biddeford. [Obit] U & J 09/27/1850, p.2 c.6.
Luques, Samuel W. (Judge)
Obit and sketch of life BWJ 09/03/1897, p.3 c.2.
(1887-1967) Canadian modernist painter, born in Biddeford. An associate of Henri Matisse, Lyman founded the Contemporary Arts Society in Montreal in 1939. Obit in [Portland] Sunday Telegram, 05/28/1967, p.2A. See also Biddeford Scrapbook #9, p.13. See also “Painting in Canada: A History” by J. Russell Harper (University of Toronto Press, 1966, 1977).