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The Lloyd Family from c. 1600
Posted by: Fynn Titford-Mock (ID *****1748) Date: June 19, 2002 at 14:42:48
In Reply to: The Lloyd Family traced back to 13th century Wales by Fynn Titford-Mock of 3244

Children of Charles & Elizabeth Lloyd I of Dolobran:

O1 Charles Lloyd II of Dolobran
1637-1698, became Quaker c. 1650 and spent some time in a prison (now demolished) in Welshpool for his beliefs.
1st m. (2/JAN/1662 [another source says 11/NOV/1661] at Stackpole Elidor) to Elizabeth Lort (1633-1685), dau. of Sampson Lort of East Moor, nr. Manorbier. (Their 4 children and descendants are shewn later).
2nd m. (8/APR/1686, Yarpole) to Anne Lawrence (c.1650-1708)

O2 John Lloyd I
1639-1695 Chancery Master in London
married Jane Gresham (b.1647) dau. of Sir Thomas Gresham
one known son; John, d.1694.

O3 Thomas Lloyd
1640-1694, Deputy Governor in Pennsylvania, The New World, i.e. America. Also a Quaker.
m. (1665) Mary Jones of Welshpool (d. 1683, America).
They had 10 children (that's all I know); presumably ancestors of many American Lloyds.

--Children of Charles & Elizabeth Lloyd II of Dolobran:

P1 Charles Lloyd III of Dolobran
m. (6/JUL/1693, Stourbridge, Worcestershire) to Sarah Crowley (1675-1743) dau. of Ambrose Crowley of Stourbridge, Quaker Ironmonger. Their 5 children are shewn after the rest of 'P' generation.

P2 Sampson Lloyd I of Birmingham
1664-1724, Iron Master, or Ironmonger
1st m. (8/APR/1686, Yarpole) Elizabeth Good (1658-1692[smallpox]) 4 daus. shewn later.
2nd m. (10/DEC/1695, Stourbridge) Mary Crowley (1677-1770), sis. of Sarah Crowley, dau. of Ambrose Crowley. Their 10 children are shewn later.

P3 George Lloyd

P4 Elizabeth Lloyd
1673-1711 , m.(1693) John Pemberton, ironmonger of Birmingham. had issue (not shewn here)

--Children of Charles Lloyd III & Sarah of Dolobran:

Q1 Sarah Lloyd
b. c. 1694
m.(1719) John England of Bridgnorth, Shropshire.

Q2 Charles Lloyd IV of Burghill & Dolobran
m.(1723) Jane Wilkins (b. 1707).

-R1-R7 seven daughters (unknown) Lloyd

-R8 Charles Exton Lloyd of Dolobran
1726-1773, d. in France, unmarried.

-R9 James Lloyd of Coventry, later of Dolobran

Q3 Elizabeth Lloyd

Q4 Thomas Lloyd

Q5 Mary Lloyd

--daughters of Sampson Lloyd I & Elizabeth, of Birmingham:

Q6 Elizabeth Lloyd

Q7 Sarah Lloyd

Q8 Mary Lloyd

Q9 Ann Lloyd

--children of Sampson Lloyd I & Mary, of Birmingham:

Q10 Charles Lloyd 'the Mill'
m. Sarah Carless (d.1780) dau. of Benjamin Carless, ironmonger of Birmingham.

Q11 Ambrose Lloyd

Q12 Sampson Lloyd II
1699-1779, ironmonger, Birmingham. founded Lloyd's Bank 1765
1st m. (1727)Sarah Parkes(c.1700-1729), dau. of Richard Parkes, ironmonger. 1 son.
2nd m. (17/NOV/1731, Bristol) Rachel Champion(1712-1756), dau. of Nehemiah Champion IV, ironmonger of Bristol. several children.

Q13 John Lloyd
b.1700, d. in childhood

Q14 Elizabeth Lloyd

Q15 John (Jacky) Lloyd

Q16 Judith Lloyd

Q17 Judith Lloyd

Q18 Olive Lloyd
1707-1775, m. Thomas Kirton

Q19 Thomas Lloyd

I shall continue soon hopefully. As you can see, they married into many other quaker families in the iron business; Crowleys, Pembertons, Carlesses, Parkeses, Champions, and probably more! I the next part still to come, you shall also notice how they begin to marry into other quaker banking families too, and see too, how the quaker faith begins to die out in the family the further we reach towards 1900.
I hope this helps, and I would be grateful to anyone who can fill in the gaps.


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