- Born: Abt 1832, Ireland
- Marriage: Elizabeth Arkeson about 1858
- Died: 30 Mar 1900, Philadelphia, PA. about age 68
- Buried: 2 Apr 1900, North Cedar Hill Cemetery, Philadalphia, PA
Cause of his death was Mitrol Stenosis.
The 1860 Federal Census for Philadelphia, PA, Ward 4, East Division. page 734, dated July 12, 1860 records David (26 - Ireland) and Elizh (32 - Ireland) Lennox with their children Mary E. (6/12 - PA) and Ann J. (6/12 - PA). David is a blacksmith. Also in the household are Cathe Lenox (62 - Ireland) and Elizh (30 - Ireland). Elizh is a washer woman.
The 1870 United States Federal Census for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Ward 16, District 48, page 238 records David and Elisabeth Lennox with children Mary E. (10), David (6), Margaret (4), and Douglas (1). David is a Blacksmith.
The 1880 United States Federal Census for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, (District 326, page 40B) records David (50 - Ireland) and wife Elizabeth (42 - Ireland) Lenox, with children Mary E. (20 - PA), David (16 - PA), Maggie (13 - PA), and Douglas (11 - PA) living at 1322 Crease Street. Both Davids list Blacksmith as their Occupation.
David is listed in the 1890 Philadelphia City Directory:
Lenox David Profession: horseshoer Address: 1335 Fkd av, h 2043 Wishart
Lenox David, Jr. Profession: horseshoer Address: h 2010 Clementine
Name: David Lennox
Death date: 30 Mar 1900
Death place: Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Race or color (on document):
Age at death: 67 years
Estimated birth year: 1833
Birthdate: ca 1833
Street address: 1933 E. Allegheny Ave
Film number: 1838856
Digital GS number: 4009497
Image number: 1408
Reference number: cn 20576
Collection: Pennsylvania, Philadelphia City Death Certificates, 1803-1915
Noted events in his life were:
• Occupation: Blacksmith (1860, 1870, 1880).
David married Elizabeth Arkeson about 1858. (Elizabeth Arkeson was born in Mar 1829 in Ireland, died on 17 May 1902 in Philadelphia, PA. and was buried on 20 May 1902 in North Cedar Hill Cemetery, Philadelphia, PA.) The cause of her death was Chronic Nephritis.