GEN. JOHN T. LOCKMAN DEAD. Old New York Lawyer and President of St. Nicholas Society. Gen. John T. Lockman died Friday evening at his home, 140 West Seventy- third Street. He was 78 years old. Gen. Lockman was born in New York City, where for seven years he served in the old Volunteer Fire Department. At the outbreak of the civil war he enlisted as a private in the Ninth New York Regi- ment, and at its conclusion was brevetted Brigadier General of Volunteers for meri- torious service in the capture of Atlanta. Gen. Lockman resumed his interrupted study of law, and in 1872 became a mem- ber of the firm of DeWitt, Lockman, & De Witt. Gen. Lockman was a Vestryman of Trinity Church, a Director of the Law- yers Title Insurance and Trust Com- pany, the Lawyers Mortgage Company, and the Mortgage Bond Company, a mem- ber of the St. Andrew's Society, the Met- ropolitan, Church, Army and Navy Clubs, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the American Museum of Natural History, and President of the St. Nicholas Society. He is survived by his widow, two sons, and three daughters.