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Susie Lloyd born abt. 1875 married Joseph Lloyd in Chesapeake City, MD
Posted by: kari simpkins (ID *****4236) Date: November 30, 2006 at 12:02:29
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A cousin of mine and I have hit a big brick-wall and we could sure use some help.

Susie Lloyd was born abt. 1875 in Chesapeake City, MD and married a Joseph Lloyd (could be a cousin or 2nd cousin and believe his parents were Henry and Anna Lloyd). Her parents were Samuel and Rebecca Lloyd. She had brothers Theodore (went by Dorry) and Frank. She also had sister Sallie that married James Bedwell and another sister Julia that we can't seem to find anything on yet. We have information from her up to the present and most of her siblings. It's her parents that have us stumped. We can't seem to find out who Samuel Lloyd's parents were. Her mother Rebecca's maiden name was Chambers and she was married once before to a James Caleb and had two sons John and Walter Caleb.
Susie and Joseph had children: Milton, Mitchell, Calvin, Earl and a few others and they are both buried in Bethel Cemetary in Chesapeake City.
Also, in an 1880 census where Susie is living with her parents, it also lists a Harrie Truss age 22 born in MD..a sailor..but doesn't give a relationship. Susie's brother Theodore's middle name is Truss and we've been trying to find a connection between the Lloyd's and the Truss's.
If this family sounds familiar to anyone, please feel free to email me. I am a direct descendant of Susie's brother Theodore (Dorry)..he would of been my great grandfather and he married a Kate Battersby.
One other clue is that most of my Lloyd and Battersby men were all captains of barges. Any help and information is greatly appreciated.

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