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1) (Plymog, co. Denbigh; Gwerclas and Kymmer-yn-Edeirnion, co. Merioneth; and Bashall Hall, co. York. This family, one of the most distinguished in the Principality, derives, in common with the Royal House of Tudor, from Marchudd, Lord of Abergelleu, and Brynffenigl, in Carnarvon, Founder of the VIII. Noble Tribe of North Wales and Powys, living in the middle of the 9th century. Arms, those of Ednyfed Vychan, viz., Gu. a chev. erm. betw. three Englishmen’s heads in profile ppr., quartering the bearings of: 1) Iwfa ap Kendrig, Lord of Christionydol; 2) Rhys ap Griffith, derived from Ynyr, Lord of Yale; 3) Davies, of Denbigh, derived from Ednowain Bendew, Lord of Tegaingle, Founder of the XIII. Noble Tribe of North Wales and Powys; 4) Hughes, of Gwerclas, Barons of Kymmer-yn-Edeirnion [see that name]; 5) Walmesley, of Coldcoates Hall, co. Lancaster, and Bashall Hall [see that name]. Crests—1st, Lloyd, of Plymog: An Englishman’s head in profile couped ppr.; 2nd, Hughes, of Gwerclas: A demi lion sa. issuing out of a ducal coronet; 3rd, Walmesley, of Coldcoates Hall and Bashall Hall: A lion statant guard, ducally crowned gu.; 4th, Talbot, of Bashall: A talbot pass. sa. Motto—Heb Dduw heb ddym a Duw a digon.
2) (Forest, North Wales; derived from William Lloyd, Esq., of Forest, descended from Rhys, third son of Edryd, fourth in descent from Marchudd ap Cynan). Arms, those of Mahchudd, viz., Gu. a Saracen’s head erased at the neck ppr. wreathed about the temples sa. and ar.
3) (Dolglessyn in Edeirnion, co. Merioneth; derived from Ievan, second son of David ap Rhys, Baron of Kymmer-yn-Edeirnion, ancestor of the Hugheses, of Gwerclas, Barons of Kymmer-yn-Edeirnion). (Crogen-yn-Edeirnion, co. Merioneth; derived from Griffith, of Crogen and Branas, second son of Rhys ap Ievak, Baron of Kymmer-yn-Ediernion, Crogen, and Branas, ancestor of the Hugheses, of Gwerclas, Barons of Kymmer- yn-Edeirnion). Arms, those of Hughes, of Gwerclas, viz., ar. a lion ramp. sa. armed and langued gu.
4) (Baron of Hendwr in Edeirnion, co. Merioneth; derived from Madoc, second son of Griffith, Lord of Half Edeirnion, second son of Owen Brogyntyn, Lord of Edeirnion, Dinmael, and Abertarrad. The male line terminated with David ap Gwyn Lloyd, Baron of Hendwr, who left three daus. and co-heiresses). (Tyfos-yn-Edeimion, co. Merioneth; derived from Thomas ap Ievan, ap Gwyn Lloyd, Baron of Hendwr). Ar. on a chev. gu. three fleurs-de-lis or.
5) (Aston, co. Salop; derived, through Richard Evan Lloyd, of Park Promise, second son of Meredith ap Howell, of Glascoed, from Einion Efell, Lord of Cynllaeth). Arms, those of Einion Efell, viz., Per fess sa. and ar. a lion ramp. counterchanged, armed and langued gu.
6) (Plas Enion, derived, through Roger Lloyd, of Brynglas Lloyd, second son of David ap Ellis, of Plas-yn-Yale, co. Denbigh, from Osborne Fitzgerald, Lord of Ynys-y-Maengwyn). (Carrog; derived, through Griffith Lloyd, sixth son of David ap Ellis, of Plas-yn-Yale, from Osborne Fitzgerald). Arms, those of Osborne Fitzgerald, viz., Erm. a saltire gu.
7) (Bodidris-yn-Yale, co. Denbigh, bart., extinct 1700: derived, through Llewelyn ap Ynyr of Yale, from Sandde Hardd, Lord of Burton. Margaret, dau. and heiress of Sir Evan Lloyd, the last bart., m. Richard Vaughan, Esq., of Cors-y-Gedol, co. Merioneth). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, paly of eight ar. and gu.; 2nd, az. a lion ramp. ar.; 3rd, erm. a lion ramp. az. crowned or.
8) (Llyn, co. Carnarvon; derived from Sir Griffith Lloyd, a chieftain of Camarvonshire, who is said to have conveyed to Edward I. the intelligence of the birth of his on, created Prince of Wales, and to have received the honour of knighthood in consequence from the King). Gu. a chev. or, a chief erm.
9) (Rhiwaedog, co. Merioneth; derived, through William Llwyd, of Rhiwaedog, eldest son of Morys ap John, of Rhiwaedog, of Clennenneu, co. Carnarvon, and of Park, co. Merioneth, from Roderick, Lord of Anglesey, son of Owen Gwynedd, Prince of North Wales. The direct male line of whis family terminated with William Lloyd, Esq., of Rhiwaedog, whose sister was mother of William Lloyd Dolben, Esq., of Rhiwaedog). Arms, those of Owen Gwynedd, viz.. Vert three eagles displ. in fess or.
10) (Plas-yn-dre, co. Merioneth; George Price Lloyd, Esq., of that place, High Sheriff co. Merioneth 1840, was fifth in descent from Simon Llotd, Esq., of Plas-yn-dre, second son of Lewis Lloyd, Esq., of Rhiwaedog, living in 1630). Same Arms. Crest—An eagle, as in the arms.
11) (Llanllyr; derived from Cadivor ap Dyfnwal. Bridget, dau. and heiress of Thomas Lloyd, Esq., of Llanllyr, m. Richard Vaughan, second Earl of Carbery, but left no surviving issue). Sa. three scaling ladders ar. between the two upper ones a spear head of the last, point imbrued ppr. on a chief gu. a tower triple-towered of the second, being the coat of arms granted to Cadifor ap Dyfnwal, ninth in descent from Roderic the Great, Prince of Wales, by his cousin, the great Lord Rhys, for taking the castle of Cardigan, by escalade, from the Earl of Clare and the Flemings in 1164. (Also – Wernwylyg, co. Cardigan; derived from Cadivor ap Dyfnwal. Elizabeth, dau. and heiress of Thomas Lloyd, Esq., of Wernwylyg, to. John Lloyd, Esq., of Ffoes-y- Bleiddied, (Millfield, co. Cardigan, bart., extinct 1750; derived from Cadivor ap Dyfnwal. The baronetcy became extinct in 1750, on the death s. p. of Sir Lucius Christlanus Lloyd, Bart.). (Ffoes-y-Bleiddied; derived from Cadivor ap Dyfnwal, represented by Lloyd-Phillips, of Dale Castle, co. Pembroke). (Pound, co. Devon; derived from Cadivor ap Dyfnwal).
12) (Danyrallt, co. Carmarthen; descended from Lloyd, of Ffoes-y-Bleiddied, co. Cardigan). Same Arms. Crests— 1st: A wolf ramp. ar. a spear’s head embrued betw. his paws and piercing the dexter paw, underneath three drops of blood; 2nd: A lion ramp. reguard. sa. Motto—Heb Dduw heb ddim, a Duw a digon.
13) (Esclusham, and Dulaseu; derived from David Goch ap David, Lord of Penmachno, whose estates passed to co-heiresses). Arms, those of David Goch, Lord of Penmachno, viz., Sa. a lion ramp. ar. a border engr. or.
14) (Marrington, Marton, and Stockton, all in the parish of Chirbury, co. Salop; Sheriff co. Montgomery, 1616; represented by Rev. William Valentine Lloyd, R.N., F.R.G.S., Incumbent of Marton in 1857, m. 1850, the Hon. Caroline Amelia Sophia Aylmer, only sister of Udolphus, seventh Baron Aylmer). Sa. three nags’ heads ar. Quarterings entered in Visit. Salop, 1584 and 1623: 1st, gu. a griffin segreant or, Llowdden; 2nd, sa. a chev. betw. three owls ar., Broughton; 3rd, gu. three snakes nowed in a triangular knot ar., Ednowain ap Bradwen; 4th, ar. on a bend vert three wolves’ heads erased of the field, Ririd Middleton; 5th, vert a chev. betw. three wolves’ heads erased ar., Ririd Flaidd, i.e., Wolf; 6th, gu. on a bend or, three lions pass. sa., Middleton, of Middleton, Chirbury: 7th, ar. two Cornish choughs in pale ppr., De Boulers, or Bowdler. Crest—A nag’s head erased ar. Motto—Frangas non flectes.
15) (Wygfair, co. Flint; derived from Ednowain Bendew, founder of the XIII. Noble Tribe of North Wales and Powys). Arms, those of Ednowain Bendew, viz., Ar. a chev. betw. three boars’ heads couped sa.
16) (Bank House, co. Salop; granted to John Lloyd, Esq.). Per pale gu. and sa. on a fesse engr. betw. three greyhounds current ar. collared or, as many boars’ heads erased of the second. Crest—On a mount vert amidst heath ppr. a greyhound current ar. collared or.
17) (Welcombe, co. Warwick, London, Acombe and Coatham, co. York; presumed to derive from the Lloyd, of Llanynys. co. Denbigh, and descended immediately from Gamaliel Lloyd, Esq., of Mattersey, co. Nottingham, d. in 1661). Ar. three lions dormant in pale sa., quartering Carte, ar. a stag trippant gu. Crest (of Carte) borne by the family —A dexter cubit arm in scale armour ppr. cuff. ar. grasping a lizard sinisterways vert.
18) (Gwyrch, co. Denbigh; the heiress, Frances Lloyd, of Gwyrch Castle, m., 1785, Robert Bamford Hesketh, Esq., of Bamford Hall, co. Lancaster, and Upton, co. Chester). Sa. three roses ar.
19) (Glanscvin, co. Carmarthen; descended from Idio Wyllt, son of Suthrie, Lord of Desmond, in Ireland, by Nest, his wife, dau. of Tewdwr Mawr, Prince of South Wales. Having come to Wales to assist his uncle, Rhys ap Tewdwr Mawr, against Bernard Newmarch, about 1090, he received the lordship of Llywel, in Brecon). Ar. a lion ramp. sa. the tail introverted, the head, paws and brush of the tail of the field.
20) (Rhagatt, co. Merioneth, Berth, co. Denbigh, &c.; derived from the stock of Tudor Trevor, Lord of the Marches of Wales). Per bend sinister erm. and ermines, over all a lion ramp. ar.
21) (Cefndyrrys; Gen. Sir Evan Lloyd, of Ferney Hall, co. Salop, K.C.H., son and heir of the late Evan Lloyd, Esq., derived from Elystan Glodrydd). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, gu. a lion ramp. reguard. or; 2nd and 3rd, az. three boars’ heads couped sa. Crest—Out of a ducal coronet or, a griffin’s head vert. Motto—Gwell angau neu cywilydd.
22) (Havod-Dinas, co. Denbigh; represented by Clough, of Estyn). Sa. a hart trippant ar. attired or. Crest—A hart trippant ar. attired or, with a snake in the mouth vert.
23) (Bronwydd, co. Cardigan, bart.; descended from the ancient Lords of Dyfed). Az. a wolf ramp. ar. a bordure erm. Crest—In front of a holly tree ppr. a boar pass. ar. semée of estoiles az. collared and chained to the tree or. Motto—Iddow Bôr diolch—in English, To God be thanks.
24) (co. Cardigan). Per bend sinister ar. and az. semée of erm. spots or, over all a lion ramp. of the last, armed and langued gu.
25) (Cynfell, co. Merioneth; granted 1784). Sa. a lion ramp. per fesse ar. and erminois.
26) (Laques, co. Carmarthen). Quarterly, 1st, gu. on a bend betw. three daggers ar. a lion pass. sa.; 2nd, ar. on a chev. gu. three garbs or; 3rd, ar. two lions reguard. sa.; 4th, sa. an eagle with two heads displ. or. Crest—An eagle preying on a bird.
27) (Tralwyn, co. Carnarvon). Az. on a chev. or, betw. three spear heads ar. a torteau betw. two bulls’ heads caboshed sa. Crest—A lion ramp. ar. guttee de sang surmounting two spears in saltire ppr. Motto—Instanta perfectus.
28) (Cilcen Hall, and Plas-yn-Clan, co. Flint). Gu. A Saracen’s head erased at the neck ppr. wreathed about the temples sa. and ar. Crest—A Saracen’s head, as in the arms, ar. Motto—Dial Gwaed Cymro.
29) (Dinas, co. Brecon). Sa. a lion ramp. reguard. or. Crest—A lion, as in the arms.
30) (Clochfaen, co. Montgomery). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, erm. a lion ramp. sa. armed gu. a border of the last, charged with eight annulets ar.; 2nd and 3rd, per bend sinister erm. and ermines, a lion ramp, or, for Tudor. Crests —1st: A lion ramp, gu.; 2nd: Out of a ducal coronet or, a demi lion ramp. sa. over it the motto, “Heb Dduw heb Ddim, a Duw y Digon.” Motto—In te, Domine, speravi.
31) (Nantgwillt, co. Badnor). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, ar. an eagle displ. gu.; 2nd and 3rd, a lion ramp. or. Crest—On a cap of maintenance an heraldic tiger statant.
32) (Pale, co. Merioneth). Sa. a stag trippant ar. attired or. Crest—A stag ar.
33) (William Lloyd, D.D., Bishop of Worcester, 1700-17, son of Rev.Richard Lloyd, Rector of Tilehurst, co. Berks, and grandson of David Llywd, of Henblas, Anglesea). Ar. a chev. betw. three crows sa. in each of their bills an erm. spot.
34) (quartered by Porter. Visit. Worcester, 1634). Vert a chev. betw. three wolves’ heads erased ar.
35) (co. Pembroke). Sa. three foxes’ heads erased ar.
36) (Crickadarn, co. Brecon). Az. a wolf ramp. ar.
37) (Leaton Knolls, co. Salop; descended from Madoc Lloyd, “Lord of Chirk Land,” North Wales, a scion of the stock of Tudor Trevor). Per bend sinister erm. and erminois, a lion ramp, or, with a bordure gu. Crest—A demi lion ramp. or.
38) (Coedmore, co. Cardigan). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, sa. a spearhead ar. erect embrued ppr. betw. three scaling ladders in bend of the second; 2nd and 3rd, quarterly, 1st and 4th, ar. a lion ramp, gu., 2nd and 3rd, az. a lion ramp, within an orle of quatrefoils ar. Crest—A lion ramp. ar. Motto—Fide et fortitudine.
39) (Bryneston, near Wrexham, co. Denbigh; Richard Middleton Massie Lloyd, Esq., of Plas Madoc and Brynestyn, fifth son of Thomas Lloyd, Esq., of Plas Madoc and Wrexham, grandson of the Rev. Thomas Lloyd, of Plas Power, co. Denbigh, derived in a direct line from Iorwerth, surnamed Penwyn, ninth in descent from Mabchudd ap Cynan, Founder of the VIII. Noble Tribe of North Wales). Gu. three boars’ heads erased in pale ar.
40) (confirmed, 1838, to Major Sir William Lloyd, Knt., of Bryneston, son of Richard Middleton Massie Lloyd, Esq., of that place, in consideration of his services in India). Gu. three boars’ heads erased in pale ar. on a chief embattled of the last a representation of the lesser hill at Seetabuldee, extending to the village of Telpooree on the sinister all ppr. superinscribed with the word “Seetabuldee ” in letters sa. Crest—A boar’s head erased ar. in front of two flagstaves in saltire ppr. flowing from that on the dexter a banner tenné, inscribed “Nagpoor” in letters of gold, and from that on the sinister a banner vert, inscribed “Muckee”in letters also of gold. Mottoes—Below the shield: Heb Dduw heb Ddim; above the crest: Jure nou dono. The arms borne by Sir William Lloyd’s father were simply—Gu. three boars’ heads erased in pale ar.
41) (Lancing, co. Sussex, bart., extinct). Per bend sinister erm. and pean, a lion ramp. or, gorged with a wreath of oak vert, and supporting in the dexter forepaw a sword erect ppr. pommel and hilt gold. Crest—A lion’s head erased per bend sinister erm. and pean, gorged with a wreath of oak vert.
42) (Bradenham House, near Wycomb, co. Bucks). Quarterly, or and az. four roebucks trippant counterchanged. dust —A lion pass. gu. charged with two characters of the planet Venus, viz., on the shoulder one thus, and on the hip another thus.
43) (Clockfaen, co. Montgomery). Vert three goats pass. in pale ppr.
44) (co. Denbigh). Quarterly, or and az. four lions pass. counterchanged.
45) (cos. Denbigh and Kent). Or, three men’s heads ppr. in armour ar. garnished of the field. Crest—A man’s head ppr. in armour ar. garnished or, on a label issuing from his mouth, and proceeding over the head, these words, “ Avonno div dervid.”
46) (co. Gloucester). Ar. a quiver gu. banded and replenished with arrows or, betw. three pheons sa.
47) (Holyrood and Whitnester, co. Gloucester, and Cheame, co. Surrey). Quarterly, or and az. five roebucks counterchanged. Crest—A stag’s head erased sa. charged on the neck with a crescent erm.
48) (co. Hants). Az. a lion ramp. or. Crest—On a mount vert a lion sejant guard, gu.
49) (co. Hereford). Sa. three nags’ heads erased ar. Crest—A nag’s head erased ar.
50) (William Lloyd, Bishop of St. Asaph, 1680-92, of Lichfield and Coventry, 1692-99, and of Worcester, 1700-17). Ar. a chev. betw. three crows sa. each bearing in the beak an erm. spot.
51) (London and Wales; granted 1578). Ar. a griffin segreant vert. Crest—Out of a ducal coronet or, a cock’s head betw. two wings gu. combed, beaked, and wattled of the first.
52) (co. Montgomery). Gyronny of four, in the 1st quarter or, a lion pass. sa.; 2nd, purp. three falcons or; 3rd, gu. three horses’ heads erased ar.; 4th, purp. a falcon or. Crest—A horse’s head erased sa. maned or.
53) (co. Pembroke). (Garth, co. Montgomery, bart., extinct 1743). Sa. three nags’ heads erased ar.
54) (Woking, co. Surrey, bart., extinct 1674; descended from Lloyd, of Forest, to. Carmarthen). Gu. a lion ramp. ar. a border dancettee of the last.
55) (Flaxley Grange, co. Gloucester; granted to Joseph Skipp Lloyd, Esq., M.A., Oxford. Barrister-at-law, formerly Clerk of the Cheque and Adjutant of H.M. Body Guard of Gentlemen-at-Arms, eldest son of Joseph Lloyd, Esq., of Abinghall, co. Gloucester, by Penelope Skipp, his wife, dau. and co-heir of George Skipp, Esq., of Flaxley Grange, a descendant of John Skipp, Bishop of Hereford, 1539-52, Lord Almoner to Queen Anna Boleyn). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, or, a griffin segreant vert betw. three roses gu. barhed and seeded ppr., for Lloyd; 2nd and 3rd, az. on a chev. betw. three estoiles or, two roses gu. barbed and seeded ppr. branched chevronwise vert, for Skipp. Crest—A cock’s head couped ar. combed and wattled gu. charged on the neck with two estoiles in pale az. betw. two wings erect vair. Motto—Virtus rosa. suavior stella clarior.
56) (John Lloyd, Bishop ot St. David’s, 1686, d. 13 Feb. 1687). Gu. a lion ramp. reguard. or, armed and langued az.
57) (Hardwicke, co. Salop). Ar. an eagle with two heads gu. a bordure of the last.
58) (Ludlow, co. Salop). Gu. a lion ramp. reguard. or, quartering ar. three boars’ heads couped sa.
59) (Oswestry, co. Salop). Per fesse sa. and ar. a lion ramp. counterchanged. Crest—Out of a five-leaved coronet or, a demi lion ramp. ar.
60) (Swan Hill, co. Salop). Quarterly, or and gu. four lions pass. counterchanged. Crest—A lion ramp. gu.
61) (Heightley, co. Salop; Thomas Lloyd, Esq., was Sheriff, 1736). Ar. on a bend sa. three leopards’ faces of the first.
62) (Whittington, co. Salop). Vert a chev. betw. three wolves’ heads erased erm. (another, ar.).
63) (co. Salop). Vert a lion ramp. or.
64) (Ipswich, co. Suffolk). Per fesse ar. and sa. a lion ramp. counterchanged.
65) (Forest, co. Carmarthen). Gu. a lion ramp. ar. a border dancettee of the last.
66) (Wales and Maryland). Az. a lion ramp. or. Crest—A demi lion ramp. guard. or, supporting in the paws an arrow in pale ar.
67) (Manor of Queen’s Village, Lloyd’s Neck, Long Island, New York; descended from James Lloyd, of Lloyd’s Neck, who emigrated from England about 1660, m. a dau. of Sir John Leverett, Governor of Massachusetts; the heiress of this family m. Leonard Vassall Borland, Esq., of Boston). Gu. a lion ramp. or. Crest—A bird rising or. Another Crest, borne by the Hon. James Lloyd, United States Senator from Massachusetts—A pelican feeding its young ppr.
68) Sa. a chev. betw. three spears’ heads ar. embrued gu. Crest—A stag’s head couped ar.
69) Or, three lions dormant in pale sa. Crest—An arm in armour, the hand grasping a lizard all ppr.
70) (quartered by Crawley and Crawley-Boevey, bart.). Erm. on a saltire gu. betw. two boars’ heads erased in pale sa. a crescent or.
71) (Fun. Ent. Ulster’s Office, 1597, Edward Lloyd). Vert a chev. erm. betw. three griffins’ heads erased ar. a label of three points gu.
72) (Reg. Ulster’s Office). Gu. a chev. erm. a chief or.
73) (Reg. Ulster’s Office). Ar. a quiver gu. arrows feathered or, betw. three pheons sa.
74) (Gloster, King’s co.; descended from Trevor Lloyd, younger son of Evan Lloyd, Esq., of Bodidris-yn-Yale; Colonel Hardress Lloyd, M.P. King’s co. 1807-16, the last male heir of the family, d. unm. 1860, when the representation of the family devolved on Vaughan, of Golden Grove, King’s co.). Same Arms as Lloyd, Bart., of Bodidris. Crest—A lion ramp. ar. holding in the dexter paw a snake ppr. Motto—Respite prospice.
75) (Croghan, co. Roscommon; derived from Hedd Molwynog, Lord of Uwch Aled, founder of the IX. Noble Tribe of North Wales and Powys). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, gu. a chev. or, on a chief erm. a canton ar. charged with an eagle displ. with two heads sa. The canton which the Lloyds of Croghan bear as an augmentation were the arms achieved by Meuric Llwyd, of Llwyn-y-maen, “a valiant captain under the Earl of Arundel.” 2nd and 3rd, ar. a bend sa. within a bordure engr. of the second. Crests—A stag’s head couped ppr. the neck surcharged with a laurel chaplet; and on a ducal coronet or, an eagle displ. with two heads sa. Mottoes—Over the stag’s head: Spectemur agendo: and above the eagle: Eo altius quo profundius.
76) (Rockville, co. Roscommon; allowed by Betham, Ulster, 1813, to Owen Lloyd, Esq., of Rockville, Lieut.- Colonel Roscommon Militia). Az. a chev. or, a chief erminois, quartering, per pale dancettee or and az. a lion pass. guard. counterchanged, a crescent for diff. Crest—An eagle displ. with two heads sa. armed gu.
77) (Strancally Castle, co. Waterford). Ar. three lions dormant in pale sa. Crest—A cubit arm vested sa. cuffed ar. holding in the hand ppr. a lizard vert.
78) Same Arms, Crest, and Motto.
79) (Cowsby Hall, co. York; descended from the same family). Same Arms, Crest, and Motto.
80) (Lloydsboro, co. Tippcrary). (Stockton Hall, co. York; descended from the preceding). (Lisheen). Paly of eight or and ar. Crest—A lion ramp. ar. holding in the dexter paw a snake ppr. Motto—Ynir o yale.
81) (Dolobran, co. Montgomery; Sampson Lloyd, Esq., descended from Charles Lloyd, Esq., of Dolobran, b. 1613, a celebrated antiquary and friend of Lewis Dwnn, the compiler of the Welsh pedigrees, by Elizabeth, his wife, dau. of Thomas Stanley, Esq , of Knockyn). Az. a chev. ar. betw three game cocks of the last spurred jelloped and wattled or. Crest—A he goat ramp. ppr. Motto—Watch.
82) (granted as a quartering to Susanna Crawley, of Bridport House, co. Warwick). Erm. on a saltire gu.betw. two boars’ heads erased in pale sa. a crescent or.
83) (Whitlocke-LLoyd, exemplified to George Whitlocke Whitlocke-LLoyd, Esq., of Strancally Castle, co. Waterford, J.P. for that co. and D.L. West Hiding of Yorkshire, only surviving son and heir of William Horton LLoyd, of Calton, co. York, Esq., by Mary Whitelock, his wife, 4th dau of George Whitelocke, Esq., of Gloucester Place, London, and of Fortoiseau, near Paris, and sister and heiress of James Whitklocke, Esq., of Amboise, Touraine, France, who was the lineal descendant of Bulstrode Whitlocke, Ambassador to Sweden, Governor of Windsor Castle, and Lord Commissioner of the Great Seal. The first-named George Whitelocke Whitelocke-Lloyd, Esq., assumed by royal licence, 30 Jan., 1880, the additional surname and arms of Whitelocke. Quarterly, 1st and 4th, Whitelocke-LLoyd: counter-quartered, 1st and 4th, ar three lions dormant in pale sa., for LLoyd, 2nd and 3rd, az. a chev. engr. betw. three eaglets close or, for Whitelocke; 2nd, Whitelocke, az, a chev. engr. betw. three eaglets close or, 3rd, De la Beche, ar. on a bend gu. three stags’ heads cabossed or. Crests—1st, LLoyd: A demi arm in scale armour, the hand naked ppr., the cuff ar. grasping a lizard vert; 2nd, Whitelocke: On a tower vaire ar. and gu. an eaglet, wings endorsed or. Mottoes—Over, Quodcunque evenerit optimuum; under the shield, Ar ol gwaith gorphvys (After labour rest).
84) Az. a boar ar. betw. ten trefoils slipped of the second.

Origin, Meaning, Family History and Lloyd Coat of Arms and Family Crest

Meaning, Origin, Etymology

The name Lloyd is a variation of the Welsh word llwyd or clwyd, which means “grey” or “brown” (Llwyd is also used as a personal name). The double-l represents the voiceless alveolar lateral fricative of Welsh, and was sometimes also represented as fl, yielding the related name Floyd which can also be a variation of the family name Flood . It is a well-known Welsh personal name. As an hereditary surname it does not date beyond the 16th century, yet many of the families bearing it are of great antiquity, as, for example :-Lloyd of Bronwydd is 23rd lord of the Barony of Kemes, co. Pembroke, in hereditary descent from Martin de Tours, a companion of William the Conqueror. Lloyd of Plymog claims from Marchudd ap Cynan, who flourished in the IX. cent., and founded the eighth noble tribe of North Wales, and Powys: King Henry VII. sprang from this family. Lloyd of Aston springs from the royal house of Powys. Lloyd of Dan-yrallt descends from Cadivor ap Dyfnwall, lord of Castle Howel, temp. Henry II., and lineally sprang from Rhodri Mawr, King of Wales. Lloyd of Coedmore claims from an ancient Prince of Ferlys. Lloyd of Clockfaen springs from the great Tudor Trevor, in the X. cent. Lloyd of Pale derives paternally from Held Molwyrogg, a chieftain of Denbighland, founder of the ninth noble tribe of N. Wales and Powys. From Llwyd; a location name in Denbigh. A river in Montgomeryshire.  

Spelling Variations

Lloyds, Loyd, Floyd, Lloyde, Lloydd, Lloyed, Llooyd, Lloyda, Lloyds, Lloyod, Lloyud, Llolyd, Llhoyd, Llwyd, Lloid, Loyd, Loid, Llwyd, Clwyd, Flood and Lwyd

Popularity & Geographic Distribution

The last name Lloyd ranks 2,652nd in popularity worldwide as of the 2014 Census and approximately 206,779 people carry the Lloyd surname worldwide. The name ranks particularly high in the following six states: California, Texas, Florida, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and New York. It ranks highest in the following countries: United States (approx. 73,400), England (approx. 42,900), South Africa (approx. 15,700), Australia (approx. 14,100), Wales (approx. 10,200), and Canada (approx. 9,300).

Early Bearers of the Surname

  • 1577 Jenkin Lloyde, Montgomeryshire
  • 1578 Francis Lloyde, Carnarvonshire
  • 1585 Griffith Lloid, Radnorshire
  • 1559 Richard Lloyd of Chester, Wills at Chester
  • 1610 Robert Lloyd of Chester
  • 1635 David Lloyd who settled in Virginia
  • 1635 Judith Lloyd aged 18 who landed in St. Christopher
  • 1635 Katherin Lloyd aged 19 who arrived in Barbados
  • 1635 Maudin Lloyd aged 24 who arrived in Virginia
  • 1701 Edward Lloyd who landed in Leeward Islands
  • 1704 Johanna Lloyd who landed in Virginia
  • 1717 Sarah Lloyd who landed in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • 1760 Richard Lloyd who landed in America
  • 1803 Samuel Lloyd who arrived in Pennsylvania
  • 1812 Joseph Lloyd aged 45 who arrived in New York, NY
  • 1827 Elijah Lloyd aged 54 who arrived in Texas
  • 1835 Peter Lloyd who landed in Allegany County, Pennsylvania
  • 1838 William Lloyd who arrived in Allegany County, Pennsylvania

History, Genealogy, Ancestry

The surname of Lloyd was first found in Montgomeryshire located in Mid Eastern Wales, one of thirteen historic counties and anciently the medieval Kingdom of Powys Wenwynwyn, where they held a family seat from ancient times.

ENGLAND

LLOYD OF ASTON.

Lloyd, Richard Thomas, Esq. of Aston Hall, Salop, and of Roll’s Park, Essex, High Sheriff for Shropshire 1874, Justice of the Peace. and Deputy Lieutenant late Captain Grenadier Guards, Lieut-Col. Shropshire Yeomanry, b. 9 Sept. 1820; married19 Aug. 1852, Lady Frances Hay, 3rd dau. of Thomas Robert, 10th Earl of Kinnoull, and has issue, 1) Francis, Lieut, Grenadier Guards, b. 12 Aug. 1853. 2) Fitzwarren, b. 16 Aug 1859. 3) Rossendale, b. 14 Sept. 1863. 4) Richard Harvey b. 17 April 1868. 5) Edward Nathaniel b. 16 Feb. 1871. 6) Mr. Lloyd succeeded his mother 7 March 1866.

Lineage: The Lloyds of Aston have been seated at Aston from an early period, and derive from the royal House of Powys, through their immediate progenitor, Einion Efell, Lord of Cynllaeth, son of Madoc, lat Prince of Powys. Andrew Lloyd, Esq. of Aston like his neighbour, Mytton, of Halston, adopted the cause of the Parliament against King Charles I., and held a Captain’s commission in the army. Captain Lloyd married Margaret, daughter of Thomas Powell, of Whittington Park, and had, with other issue. Thomas, his heir, and Richard (Sir), Chancellor of Durham, and Judge of the Admiralty Court, father of Sir Nathaniel Lloyd, Knight, a liberal benefactor to the colleges of Trinity Hall and All Souls’, Oxford. The elder son. Thomas Lloyd, Esq. of Aston, acquired by marriage with Sarah, dau. and co-heir of Frances Albany, Esq., the lordship and estate of Whittington, Salop, and had, inter alios, Robert, his heir; Elizabeth marriedFoulk Lloyd, Esq. of Foxhall, County, Denbigh (descended in the male line, from Wiliam Rosindale, grandson of Henry Rosindale, of Rosindale, County Lancaster, who adopted the surname. Of the Hellan and Foxhal family, Humphrey Lloyd, the celebrated antiquary, was a descendant). Elizabeth and Foulk Lloyd had three sons: John Lloyd, Thomas Lloyd, and Rosindale Lloyd who married daughter of Robert Davies, Esq. of Liannerch and d. 1734. He had William (Rev.), who succeeded his uncle at Aston. Mr. Lloyd d. 1692, and was succeeded by his son, Robert Lloyd, Esq. of Aston, Member of Parliament County Salop, who married Mary, eldest daughter of Sir John Bridgeman, Bart, and left a son and heir, Robert Lloyd, Esq. of Aston, Member of Parliament County Salop. He d. 7 June 1734, when the Aston and other estates devolved upon (the eldest son of his aunt) his cousin, John Lloyd, Esq. Of Foxhall, who dying without issue, 1741, was succeeded by his brother, Thomas Lloyd, Esq. of Aston, at whose decease, unmarried, 1754, the estates passed to his nephew. The Rev. William Lloyd, of Aston. This gentleman married Elizabeth, daughter of William Sneyd, Esq. of Bishton, county Stafford, and had an only son and heir, The Rev. John Robert Lloyd of Aston, who married Martha, 4th daughter of John Shakespeare, Esq. of London, and had issue, 1) William his heir 2) Charles Arthur Albany (Rev.) Rector of Whittington, Salop, b. 1785; married Mrs. Hannah Simpson Cowan; and d. 1851, leaving three children. 3) George Newton Kynaston (Rev.), Rector selattyn, Salop, b. 1780; married Miss Corrie; and d. 1848, leaving three children. Elizabeth married Robert Curtis, Esq; and d. leaving issue. Charlotte 1803, Hon. Thomas Kenyon, son of Lloyd, 1st Lord Kenyon, and has issue. Mr. Lloyd d. 1803, and was succeeded by his eldest son, William Lloyd, Esq. of Aston Justice of the Peace., Deputy Lieutenant, High Sheriff 1810, b. 21 Dec. 1779; married 1805, Louisa, eldest daughter and co-heir of Admiral Sir Eliab Harvey, G.C.B., of Rolls Park, Essex, and by her (who d. 7 March 1866) left issue, 1) William Fitzwarren, d. 1825. 2) Richard Thomas, now of Aston. 3) Edward Harvey 4) Louisa Eliza 5) Charlotte married30 Oct. 1838, George Greenville Pigott, Esq. of Doddershall Park, Bucks, who d. 1865. Mr. Lloyd d. 29 April 1843.

LLOYD OF LEATON KNOLLS

Lloyd, Arthur Phillip, Esq. of Leaton Knolls, Salop, Justice of the Peace., Lieut. Salop Yeomanry Cavalry, b. 1833; married 18 Aug. 1863, Katherine Selina, daughter of Vice-Admiral the Hon. Charles Orlando Bridgeman, and has issue 1) Arthur Henry Orlando b. 31 May, 1864. 2) Gladys Isabel. 3) Leila Bessie 4) Gwendoline Ursula 5) Kathleen Agatha.

Lineage ~ This family is a branch of the line of Tudor Trevor, Lord of Hereford. 1) Randle Lloyd, of Crossmere, Salop, living 1604 (2nd son of Robert ap John, of Bangor, by Matilda his wife, daughter and heir of David Lloyd, Esq. of Penley, county Flint), was father of Randle Lloyd, Esq. of Crossmere, married1608, his cousin, Matilda, daughter of William Lloyd, of Penley, and had a son, Francis Lloyd, Esq. of Crossmere, married1633, Sarah, daughter of Edward Muckleston, Esq. of Penylan, Salop Recorder of Oswestry, and was succeeded by his son, Edward Lloyd, Esq. of Leaton Knolls, Salop, married Elizabeth, daughter of Isaac Cleaton, Esq., and by her, who d. 1721, left at his decease, 1693, a son. Edward Lloyd, Esq. of Leaton Knolls, 1689, High Sheriff 1727, married Susan, daughter of Peter Scarlett, Esq. of Hogstowe, and dying 1764, was succeeded by his son. Edward Lloyd, Esq. of Leaton Knolls, b. 1714; married Jane eldest daughter and heir of Thomas Lloyd, Esq. of Domgay, County Montgomery, and was father of Francis Lloyd, Esq. of Leaton Knolls, Member of Parliament county Montgomery, married Elizabeth daughter of Arthur Graham, Esq. of Hockley Lodge, County, Armagh, and co-heiress of John, Earl Ligonier, by this lady Mr. Lloyd had issue 1) Francis his heir 2) John Arthur, successor to his brother 3) Charles Spencer of Leaton Knolls 4) Thomas Henry d. 1811 5) Henry James, Rector of Salattyn, Salop, married Elizabeth daughter of Philip Miles, Esq. of Leigh Court, Somerset, and left issue, 1) Arthur Philip, now of Leaton Knolls. 6) Maria Penelope, deceased 7) Jane Emma d. 14 April 1866. 8) Elizabeth d. 1 Aug 1813. 9) Charlotte Sophia, deceased. The eldest son, Francis Lloyd, Esq. of Leaton Knolls, died without issue14 July, 1814, and was succeeded by his brother, John Arthur Lloyd, Esq. of Leaton Knolls, Justice of the Peace. and Deputy Lieutenant born 2 Feb 1787; d. unmarried 1864, and was succeeded by his brother. Charles Spencer Lloyd, Esq. of Leaton Knolls, Justice of the Peace. And Deputy Lieutenant High Sheriff 1868, born 11 Sept. 1789, and died without issue20 June, 1876, when he was succeeded by his nephew.

LLOYD OF RHAGATT.

Lloyd, Edward Owen Vaughan, Esq. of Rhagatt, County Merioneth, born 20 Aug. 1857.

Lineage: The family of Lloyd of Rhagatt, is fo the tribe of Tudor Trevor, Lord of the Marches of Wales, through Cuhely, of Pentre Cuhelyn, in Liangollen. The representative of this long descended line, John Lloyd, Esq. of Berth, Lianbedr, County Denbigh; Chief Justice of Carmarthen Circuit, born 1746, d. 1806, leaving a son, Edward Lloyd, Esq. of Berth, County, Denbigh, and Rhagatt, near Corwen, Justice of the Peace.; married Frances, daughter of J. Madocks, Esq. of Fron Iw, County Denbigh, and had two sons, 1) John his heir 2) Edward married Mary Eliza, dau. of John Madocks, Esq. of Glanywern, County Denbigh, and d. 1863, leaving a son, Edward Owen Vaughan, now of Rhagatt, Sophy. 3) Howel William, married Eliza, daughter of G. Wilson, Esq., and has issue Edward. 4) Charles Owen died without issue 5) Frances Margaret, married Sir Robert Williames Vaughan Bart of Henwort and Nannau. 6) Mary charlotte, of Hengwort and Tanllan, Lanelltyd Dolgelly. 7) Charlotte, married R.J. Price, Esq. of Rhiwias, Bala. 8) Jane married Ven. Archdeacon Ffoulkes. 9) Eliza Blackburne, married Major M. Vibart 10) Harriet Frances, also of Hengwort. Mr. Lloyd d. 1805 and was succeeded by his eldest son, John Lloyd Esq. of Rhagatt, Justice of the Peace. counties of Merloneth and Denbigh, Deputy Lieutenantof the former, served as High sheriff County Denbigh 1863. He married 16 Feb. 1818, Gertrude June Mary, daughter of Phillip Lake Godsal, Esq. of Iscoed Park, County of Flint, and died without issue2 May 1865, and was succeeded by his nephew, Edward Owen Vaughan Lloyd.

LLOYD OF LANCING

Carr-Lloyd, James Martin, Esq. of Lancing, Sussex, Capt. Royal Sussex Militia, b. 13 June, 1849; m. 9 Dec. 1875, Alice Katharine, younger daughter of Col. Edwin Wodehouse, C.B., R.A., A.D.C. to the Queen and grand-daughter of Admiral Hon. Philip Wodehouse, 2nd son of John 1st Lord Wodehouse, and has a dau., 1) Nancy, b. 30 Dec. 1876.

Lineage ~ Rev. Coulston Carr had a daughter, Elizabeth Ann, married Sir James Martin Lloyd, Bart. of Lancing, and a son, Right Rev. Robert James Carr, D.D., Consecrated Bishop of Chichester 1824, and translated to Worcester 1831. He m. 1795, Nancy, daughter of John Wilkinson, Esq. and by her (who d. Nov. 1839) he left at his decease, April 1841, a dau., Sybella Jane, m. 12 Dec. 1826, Charles Peckman Peckham, Esq. of Nyton, Sussex, and a son, Col. George Kibwan Carr, of Lancing, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff of Sussex, who assumed the additional surname of Lloyd 1858, on succeeding to the property of his aunt, Lady Lloyd, widow of Sir James Martin Lloyd, Bart. of Lancing Manor. He married 1st Caroline, 5th daughter of Admiral Sir Michael Seymour, Bart., K.C.B., and by her (who died 1843) had two daughters, 1) Caroline Diana Frances, m. H.M. Anketell Jones, Esq. of Drummany, County Cavan. 2) Jane Seymour, liev.. V.H. Aldman, and died Jan. 1878, leaving issue. He married 2ndly, April 1847, Jane, eldest daughter of John Watson, Esq. of Wick Lodge Sussex and by her had issue, 1) James Martin, now of Lancing Manor 2) George Spencer, died May 1866 3) Elizabeth Melville 4) Mary Frances. Col. Carr-Lloyd d. 15 June 1877.

LLOYD OF GLANGWILLY AND LAQUES.

LLOYD, LLEWELLYN-LLOYD, Esq. of Glangwilly County Carmarthen, J.P. and D.L., born 6 June 1840 succeeded his father 1 Jan. 1862, married 4 Nov. 1869, Frances Sarah, only surviving daughter of Frank Jones Walker Jones, Esq. of Beddgelert, County, carnarvon, and left issue, 1) Pryse born 1873 2) Frances Ethel 3) Alice Gertrude. 4) Violet Lucy 5) Grace Maude

Lineage ~ The Lloyds of Glangwilly, now represented by the family of Price, were in direct descent from Ruodromawb, King of Wales. Thomas Lloyd, Esq. of Glangwilly, High Sheriff 1656, was son of Griffith Lloyd, of Glangwilly, and grandson of John Lloyd, Esq., High Sheriff 1609, who was son of David Lloyd of Griffith, of Llanlawddog, by Catherine his wife, daughter and co-heir of John Stedman, Esq. of Kilkennin, of Henry Vaughn of Trawscoed, ancestor of the Earls of Lisburne, and was father of John Lloyd, Esq. of Glangwilly, High Sheriff County, Cardigan, 1683, married Anne daughter of James Johnes, Esq. of Donau Cothi, Sheriff County Carmarthen 1667, and left two daughters and co-heirs Anne and Mary. The younger married Miles Stedman, Esq. of Dolygaer, County Brecon, and was mother of Dorothy, wife of Rev. Thomas rotliero. Mr. Lloyd died 1684; his older daughter Anne Lloyd, of Glangwilly, married Walter Lloyd, Esq. of Olmarch, 2nd son of David Lloyd, Esq. of Cynfryn, County, Cardigan and died 1760 leaving a son, John Lloyd, Esq. of Glangwilly, married Anne eldest daughter of Grismond Phillipps, Esq. of Cwmgwilly, and had an elder daughter and eventually sole heiress, Jane Lloyd married Jeremiah Price, Esq., County Radnor, and had with two daughters, Elizabeth and Anne, wife of Walter Hills, a son and successor, Jeremiah Price, Esq. of Glangwilly, J.P., married 1796 Jane daughter of Daniel Lloyd, Esq of Laques, County Carmarthen, and died 1819, having by her (who died 1845) had issue, 1) John Lloyd, his heir 2) Walter Own, of Castle Pigyn, County Carmarthen, born 25 April 1805; married 4 May 1833, Eleanor, daughter and heir of John Evans, Esq. of Glannanteau, County Cardigan, and has issue, 1) Lloyd, J.P. and D.L. born 1 May, 1834; married 27 Nov. 1856, Priscilla Willy, only child and heir of James Lewes, Esq. of Cwmhir, County Cardigan, a descendant of the ancient family of Lewes, of Dinas Cerdyn, County Cardigan, and has issued, Meredydd Lewes Willy Lloyd, Walter Owen Lloyd, Gwendoline Mary Louise, and Gwladya Helen Priscilla. 2) Elliot Lloyd, born 1 Aug. 1840; married 1861 Jane Evans, daughter and heiress of Thomas Morgan, Esq. of Cardigan and had a son, Morgan Ashby, died 1863. 3) Henry Lloyd of Ystradeorwg, County Carmarthen. i) Anne ii) Catharine Alicia iii) Elizabeth. The eldest son, John Lloyd Price, Esq. of Glangwilly, J.P. and D.L, High Sheriff 1840 born Sept. 1803; married 25 July 1839, Sarah Anne, only child of Sparkes Martin Phelps, Esq. of Llangwarren (2nd son of the late John Martin, Esq. of Withybush, County Pembroke) and by her (who died 9 Nov. 1877) had issue, 1) Llewellyn Lloyd, now of Glangwilly 2) John Lloyd, Captain. 16th Regiment; born Sept. 1842 3) William Sparkes Martin born Aug. 1843; married 1870, Eliza daughter of J. Wall, Esq. 4) Walter Lloyd born Aug. 1844. Mr. Price died 1 Jan. 1862.

LLOYD OF CILCEN HALL AND PLAS-YN-LLAN.

The late Llewelyn Falkner Lloyd, Esq. of Cilcen Hall and Plas-yn-llan, County Flint, J.P. for Counties Flint and Denbigh, and D.L. for the former, High Sheriff County, Flint 1847 born 8 July 1809; married 28 July 1841, Mary Susan, only daughter of Rev. William Wickham Drake, Rector of Malpas, County Chester and died 27 Aug. 1873, leaving a daughter, Mary Frances.

Lineage ~ Llewelyn Lloyd, Esq., youngest brother of Edward Pryce Lloyd, 1st Baron Mustyn married 14 Nov. 1806, Jane, daughter of Edward Falkner, Esq. of Fairfield, County Lancaster, and died 29 July 1866, having had issue, 1) Llewelyn Falkner, of Cilcen Hall and Plas-yn-llan, Cynrie, Barrister-at-law. 2) Thomas Henry (Rev.), Fellow All Souls’ Oxford died 26 July 1850, 3) Banastre Pryce, Major-General, Indian Army 4) Griffith Clayton, Royal Navy 5) George Charles, Lieutenant-Colonel Indian Army 6) Anne Bridget died 11 July 1854 7) Elizabeth Lumley Frances 8) Jane.

LLOYD OF COEDMORE.

Lloyd, Thomas Edward, Esq. of Coedmore, County Cardigan, J.P., of the Middle Temple, Barrister-at-Law, M.P., County Cardigan 1854, born 12 April 1820; married 27 April 1850 Clemena Frances Phillott, 2nd daughter of Rev. David Daniel, of Jesus Coll. Oxon, Chaplain of Hampton Court, by Clemena his wife, daughter of Major Lyons, and has issue, a daughter Edith.

Lineage ~ From Griffith, Crono, Elydir, Gwrgeney, Idnerth, Cadwgan, Elystan, Prince of Ferlys descended Captain Thomas Lloyd, living 1693, married Jane daughter of John Lewis, Esq. of Coedmawr, and had a son, John Lloyd, Esq. of Coedmore, married Elinor daughter of John Lloyd, of Llangenyth, and was father of John Lloyd, Esq. of Coedmore, married Miss Lloyd of Mabws, and was father of Walter Lloyd, Esq. of Coedmore married Anna Posthuma Thomas, of County Carmarthen, and by her left, at his decease, circa 1786, with two daughters, a son and heir, Thomas Lloyd, of Coedmore, married circa 1790, Elizabeth, 4th daughter of Edmund Probyn, Esq. of Newland, County Gloucester, and by her (who died 1851) had issue, 1) Thomas, his heir 2) Oliver born 16 July 1801; married 1828, Anna Maria, only child of Captain James Richard Lewes Lloyd, of Dolhaidd, County Carmarthen, by whom he had two daughters, Maria married Thomas Elliot, Esq.; and Emeline married William Brigstocke, Esq. 3) Sophia 4) Anna married John Probyn, Esq. of Manor House, County Gloucester. Mr. Lloyd died 1810, and was succeeded by his eldest son. Thomas Lloyd, Esq., of Coedmore, Lord Lieutenant and Custos-Rotulorum of County Cardigan, High Sheriff 1817, born 1 Nov. 1793; married 23 March 1819, Charlotte 2nd daughter of Captain Edward Longeroft, Royal Navy of Havant, County Hants, and died 1859 (his widow died 1866), leaving issue, 1) Thomas Edward now of Coedmore 2) Edmund born 29 Jan 1822; married and has issue 3) Walter born 7 Dec. 1823; married and has issue 4) Charles Oliver, born 9 June 1825.

LLOYD LATE OF DAN-YR-ALLT.

Lloyd, Rev. Henry Robert, M.A., Rector of Cliffe-at-Hoo, Kent, Chaplain to the late Archbishop of Canterbury, born 8 Aug. 1809; married 17 Oct. 1843, Harriet, 4th daughter of Honorable and Right Rev. Edward Grey, Bishop of Hereford, and grand-daughter of Charles, 1st Earl Grey, and has issue, 1) Idrwerth Grey (Rev.) M.A. Exeter College, born 22 October 1844; married 9 Nov. 1871, Nina, daughter of C.E. de Michele, Esq. late H.B.M’s Consul at St. Petersburg, and has issue, i) Edward born 11 July 1874 ii) Vaughan born 1 Jan 1876 iii) Eleanor iv) Gwerfyl 2) Cadwgan Grey born 5 Aug. 1845; died 29 Sept. 1853 3) Arthur Grey, born 31 Dec. 1851 4) Mary Grey.

Lineage ~ Cadivor, Dyfnwal, Lord of Castle Howel, 9th in descent from Rhodri Mawr, the Great King of all Wales, took by escalade, 11 Henry II. the castle of Cardigan from the Earl of Clare and the Flemings, for which service his kinsman, the great Lord Rhys, of South Wales, gave him considerable lands and a new shield of Arms. By his wife Katherine, daughter of his Prince and kinsman, the great Lord Rhys, he had, with other issue, a son, Rhydderch AP Cadivor, Lord of Castle Howel, married Jennet, daughter of Aron AP Rhys AP Bledri, Lord of Kilsaint and Knight of the Sepulehre, who went with Richard Coeur de Lion to Palenstine against the Infidels. Rhydderch’s son, Rhys AP Rhydderch, of Bodyr Yehan and Castle Howel, married Catherine daughter of Sir Elydyr Dhu Knt., and had issue. The 3rd son, Cadwgan Fawr AP Rhys, was father of Cadwgan Vychan, of Carrog, County Cardigan, whose son, Cadwgan Grach, of Carrog. married Eva, daughter of Meredydd Vychan ap Mercdydd ap Rchard Rydderch ap Bledri, and had a son, Llewellin AP Cadwgan Grach, married Gwladys, daughter of Meredydd Fawr ap Meredydd ap Richard, of Iraenau, County Carmarthen, and was direct ancestor of John Lloyd, Esq. of Foes-y-Bleiddied, married Elizabeth, daughter and co-heir of Thomas Lloyd, Esq. of Wernvylyg and Llanllyr, and had (with two daughters Lettice, married Thomas Edwards, Esq. of Rhydd-y-Gors; and Catherine, married Jenkin Glloyd of Lianvaughan) a son and successor, David Lloyd, Esq. of Foes-y-Bleiddied, who was a favorite of James II., and attended that King in all his troubles. He married Sage, daughter of John Lloyd, of Cilgwynne, County Cardigan and left (with a daughter, Margaret, wife of Charles Lloyd) a son and successor, John Lloyd, Esq. of Foes-y-Bleiddied, born 1700; married Mary daughter of James Phillips, Esq. of Penty Park, County Pembroke, and had issue, 1) James of Foes-y-Bleiddied, married Anna Maria, daughter of heir of Richard Lloyd, Esq. of Ystrad Teilo and Mabws, County Cardigan and dying 6 June 1800, left a son and successor, John of Mabws, married Elinor daughter and heir of John Allen, Esq. of Dale Castle, County Pembroke, and was grandfather of the present John Phillips Allen Lloyd Phillips, Esq. of Dale Castle. 2) John, of whom presently. 3) Vaughan, Gen. of artillery, who commenced his military career at Minden, and distinguished himself at the memorable defence of Gibraltar by General Elliott. He married Mrs. Sarah Benumes, a widow, and died without issue 1817. 4) Thomas died without issue 5) Briana died unmarried. Mr. Lloyd died 1781. His 2nd son, John Lloyd, Esq. of Pound, Devon married Jane Atkins, and by her (who died 2 Sept. 1784) left at his decease, 12 Dec. 1806, aged 82, a daughter Louisa Maria married 7 July 1792, Admiral Sir Herbert Sawyer, K.C.B.; and a son, John Lloyd, Esq., Major 46th regiment and A.D.C. to Sir Henry Clinton during the American War. He married 30 July 1777, Corbetta, daughter of the Ven. George Holcombe, Archdeacon of Carmarthen and Rector of Pwllerochan, County Pembroke and had issue, 1) William John his heir 2) John William, of Dany-yr-allt. 3) George, Rear-Admiral R.N., born 13 Oct. 1793; married 1st, 1 May 1817, Elizabeth daughter of John Morgan, Esq. of Burfield House, County Gloucester, and by her (who d. 1828) had issue i) John Sawyer born 6 Feb. 1818, Midshipman H.M.S. “Thunder” drowned in the West Indies Jan. 1834. ii) Charles born 18 June 1824, Lieutenant Indian Army iii) Ellen born 11 April 1821; died 30 Jan. 1848 iv) Elizabeth born 9 July 1825; died 28 June 1855. Admiral Lloyd married 2ndly 13 March 1832, Marianne, daughter of Jacob Richards, Esq. of Tenby, J.P. and D.L., and by her (who died Dec. 1849) had issue, 1) Jacob Richards Lieutenanat Royal Marines born 7 Jan. 1833. 2) Susannah Munday 3) Harriette Richards. He married 3rdly 2 Jan. 1851, Catherine daughter of John Stokes, Esq. of Cuffern, County Pembroke, J.P. and D.L., and by her had issue, 1) Martha Sophia 2) Louisa Corbetta 3) Vaughan, Lieutenant R.N., born 29 June 1795; married 6 Feb. 1827, Augusta, only daughter of John Adams, Esq. of Pembroke, and by her (who died 1828) had issue, Frances. 4) Louisa Jane born 18 Oct. 1790; married 22 April 1823, George Bowling, Esq. of Pembroke, and has two daughters. Mr. Lloyd died 24 Nov. 1801 and was succeeded by his son, William John Lloyd, Esq., Major Royal Artillery, born 2 Dec. 1778; died unmarried at Brussels 29 July 1815 of a wound received at Waterloo, and was succeeded by his brother, John William Lloyd, Esq. of Dan-yr-allt, J.P., born 3 Sept. 1781; married 29 Jan. 1807, Anna Maria, 5th daughter of John Longley, Esq., Recorder of Rochester, and sister of his Grace the late Archbishop of Canterbury, and died 25 May, 1870, aged 88, having had issue 1) John Phillips born 27 April 1808; died unmarried 17 Sept. 1849. 2) Henry Robert (Rev.) 3) St. Vincent, H.B.M’s Consul at Syra, born 23 Dec. 1810 4) Joseph Howard Francis, late Stipendiary Magistrate at Dominiea, born 29 May 1812; married 2 June 1837, Emmeline Rogers daughter of Charles Sarle, Esq. of Dominica, and had issue i) Emmeline Frances married 22 Dec 1859 her cousin Charles, son of Major John Longley, Lieutenant-Governor of Dominica, and brother of the late Archbishop of Canterbury; ii) Ellen Marshal iii) Howard Meuric 5) William Christopher, Lieutenant 53rd regiment Madras Native Infantry born 26 Aug. 1815 died unmarried 14 June 1841 6) Herbert. born 26 Dec. 1821; Captain 21st regiment. Madras Native Infantry; married 3 Nov. 1857, Mary Hill, youngest daughter of Richard Hill Miers, Esq. of Ynyspenllwch, County Glamorgan; and died 2 May 1859 on board the “Louisiana” on his passage home from Rangoon, leaving issue, Gwenilian born 1 Sept.. 1859 7) Anna Maria married 6 Sept. 1836, William Peel, Esq. of Taliaris, County Carmarthen. 7) Charlotte Louisa Frances married 14 March 1843, John Peel, Esq. 7th son of Robert Peel, Esq. of Accrington House, and Hyndburn, County Lancaster. 8) Sophia Catherine Martha died 16 Dec. 1873. 9) Rosamond Elizabeth married 17 Aug. 1854, Frederick Layard, Esq., late of Ceylon, C.S.  

LLOYD OF STRANCALLY CASTLE.

Lloyd, George Whitelocke, Esq. of Strancally Castle, County Waterford, and Caltou, County York, D.L., W.R. of York, J.P. for the former county and High Sheriff thereof 1859, born 30 May, 1830; educated at Trinity College Cambridge; married 1st 14 Sept. 1854, Selina Jane, daughter of Arthur Henry, Esq. of Lodge Park, County Kildare (and Eliza his wife daughter of George Gunn, Esq. of Mount Kennedy, County Wicklow), and by her (who died 11 Jan. 1860) has issue, 1) William Whitelocke born 5 May, 1856 2) Eveline Selina. 3) Augusta Frances Jane. 4) Selina Mary. Mr. Lloyd married 2ndly Feb. 1861, Lady Anne Margaret Butler, 2nd daughter of Somerset Richard, 3rd Earl of Carrick.

Lineage ~ This family is supposed to descend from the Lloyds of Llanynys, County Denbigh. Gamaliel Lloyd, of Mattersey, County Nottingham, died 1 Nov. 1661, leaving issue by his wife, Anne Briggs, of Wigan, in County Lancaster, George his heir; Gamaliel; William whose representatives are now the Booths of Glendon, Notts; John; Anne, married Joseph Smethurst, and had a numerous posterity. The eldest son, George Lloyd, born 1650, settled at Manchester, and died 1728, leaving by his wife, Martha Whittaker, of Newton Heath, County Lancaster, an only surviving son, Gamaliel Lloyd, of Manchester, Merchant and Manufacturer, died 1749, leaving by Elizabeth his wife, daughter and co-heir of John Carte, M.B., of Manchester, who died 30 Sept. 1763, an only child, George Lloyd, Esq., M.B., Cantab., F.R.S., D.L. for West Riding County York, who purchased Hulme Hall, near Manchester, and resided at Barrowby, near Leeds, where he died 4 Dec. 1783. He married 1st, Eleanor, daughter of Henry Wright, Esq. of Offerton County Chester, by Purefoy his wife, daughter of Sir Willoughby Aston, Bart.), and by her had an only child, John, F.R.S., of Snitterton, married Anne daughter and heir of James Hibbins, M.D. and had issue, 1) George of Wlcombe House, County Warwick, High Sheriff 1806; born 7 March 1768; died unmarried 11 July 1831. 2) John Gamaliel, Bencher of the Middle Temple, succeeded his brother in Welcombe House, High Sheriff, County Warwick 1832, died unmarried 1837. 3) Charlotte, married 4 May 1802, Rev. Thomas Warde 4) Purefoy died unmarried. Mr. Lloyd married 2ndly, Susannah, daughter of Thomas Horton, Esq. of Chadderton, County Lancaster, sometime Governor of the Isle of Man under the Earl of Derby, and father of Sir William Horton, Bart, and had issue, 1) Gamaliel, his heir 2) George, from whom descended the Lloyds of Stockton Hall. 3) Thomas, of Hosforth Hall, Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant of the Leeds Volunteers, died at Kingthorpe House, near Pickering 7 April 1828. He married Anne daughter of Walter Warde, Esq. of New Granges, County York, and had issue, 1) George of Coatham, County York born 25 May 1786. He married 1st 1820 Marian Christina, 5th daughter of Alexander Maclean, Esq. of Col, County Argyil, by whom (who died 1821) he had no issue. He married 2ndly 7 June 1825 Elizabeth 2nd daughter of Willial Rookes Leeds Serjeantson, Esq. of Camp Hill near Ripon, and died 1844 leaving issue, i) Thomas William, of Cowsby Hall, Northallerton, J.P. and D.L., born 1826, educated at Trinity College Cambridge; married 1849, Elizabeth Ann, 3rd daughter of Francis Benyon Hackett, Esq., of Moor Hall, County Warwick. ii) George Walter, Commander R.N. iii) John George died 1856 iv) Caroline Anne. v) Marianne Jane married April 1863. Major Bowen Cooke. 2) Anne 3) Susannah, married Rev. Henry Wray, and has two sons and a daughter. 4) Elizabeth married 1780, Thomas Eateson, Esq., and had an only son, Robert, created a Baronet. The eldest son of the 2nd marriage, Gamaliel Lloyd, Esq. Alderman of Leeds, and Mayor 1709. resided at Bury St. Edmund’s and afterwards in Great Ormond Street, London, where he died 31 Aug. 1817. By his wife Elizabeth, daughter of James Attwood, Esq., he had issue (with two daughters 1) Mary Horton, married Stephen John Winthorp., M.D. and 2) Anne Susannah, married Leonard Horner, Esq. F.R.S.), an only son, William Horton Lloyd, Esq. F.L.S., possessor of estates in Counties York, Lancaster and Derby, born 10 Feb. 1784; married 13 April 1826, Mary 4th and youngest daughter of George Whitelocke, Esq. of Seymour Place, Bryanston Square, London and Fortoiseau, near Paris (a great grandson of Sir Bulstrode Whitelocke, by Mary his wife, daughter of David Roche, Esq., Alderman of Limerick, and died 18 Feb. 1849, having had issue, Gamaliel, born 12 June 1827, died 6 Nov. 1830; and the present George Whitelocke Lloyd, Esq. of Strancally Castle.  

LLOYD OF GLOSTER.

Lloyd, John, Esq. of Gloster, King’s Co., J.P.D.L., succeeded by will 1860 to the estates of Colonel Hardress Lloyd, of Gloster, for some years Lieutenant-Colonel South Down Militia, and M.P. for the King’s Co. He married 14 Nov. 1872, Susannah Frances Julia, 2nd daughter of John Thomas Rosborough Colelough, Esq. of Tintern Abbey, J.P. and D.L., County Wexford, and has issue 1) John Hardress, born 14 Aug. 1874 2) Evan Colelough born 1877 3) Mary Louisa Arthurina Gwendoline Colelough, born 28 Aug. 1873. 4) Susan Frederica Lilian May, born 4 Sept. 1875 5) Alice Maude Josephine, born 14 April 1878. 

LLOYD OF GLANSEVIN.

Lloyd, Morgan Pryse, Esq. of Glansevin, County Carmarthen, J.P. and D.L. born 2 July 1820; married 28 Sept. 1843, Georgina Caronline, daughter of Colonel Sackville Glynne, of Glanbrane Park, and has, with other issue, Edward Pryse born 1847, J.P. County Carmarthen.

Lineage ~ Morgan Pryse Lloyd, Esq. of Glansevin, only son of Edward Pryse Lloyd, Esq. of Glanseving, and the lineal descendant of David Lloyd, Esq. of Glanseving, 1596; married 10 Nov. 1783, Catherine daughter of Price Jones, Esq. of Glanbafren, County Montgomery, by Bridget his wife, eldest daugther of Edward Devereux, 11th Viscount Hereford, and had issue, 1) Edward Prysed, late of Glansevin 2) Catherine Martha 3) Margaretta Juliana. The only son, Edward Pryse Lloyd, Esq. of Glansevin, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff County Cardigan 1825 born 12 Oct. 1786; married 30 Nov. 1818, Anne, daughter of Richard Gwynne, Esq. of Taliaris, County Carmarthen, and had issue, 1) Morgan Pryse, now of Glansevin born 2 July 1820 married 28 Sept. 1843, Georgiana Caroline, 8th daughter of the late Colonel Sackville Gwynned, of Glanbrane Park. 2) Edward Pryse, born 30 Oct. 1822. 3) Catherine Elizabeth Florentia 4) Caroline Frances, deceased. 5) Anna Maria Charlotte. Mr. Lloyd died 19 June 1868, and was succeeded by his eldest son.  

LLOYD OF DINAS.

Lloyd, Thomas Conway, Esq. of Dinas, and Llangattock Court, County Brecknock, and Goodrich Court, County Hereford, late Captain 84th (York and Lancaster) regiments, and Major 21st Brecknockshire Rifle Volunteers, educated at Bridgnorth School and Ch. Ch. Oxford, D.L. for County Brecknock, and J.P. Counties Brecknock, Monmouth, and Hereford and Borough of Brecknock; Lord of the Manor of Penalt and Aberonney, High Sheriff County Brecknock 1878, born 1828; married 1876, Katherine Eliza, only daughter of W. Campbell-Davys, Esq. of Neuadd-fawr, County Carmarthen, and has issue 1) John Conway born 19 April 1878. 2) Jane Katherine Muriel born 8 May 1877.

Lineage ~ This family claims descent from Elystan Glodrydd, Prince of Ferlys, the territory between the rivers Wye and Severn, which had its own princes Independent of those of South Wales. To his son, Cadwgan, Elystan Glodrydd gave the whole of County Radnor, part of County Montgomery, and the greater portion of the Hundred Builth, County Brecon. Thomas Lloyd AP Meredith, Elystan’s descendant married Elen daughter of Howel ap Phillip, ap David of Cynghordy County Carmarthen; and 2ndly, Angharad, daughter of Morgan ap Evan Lloyd. He was the first Lord-Lieutenant of County Brecon, and a warm partizan of Henry VII., from whom he had a grant of a portion of the sequestered estates of Strata Florida Abbey. He had issue a daughter who married Morgan Goch; and two sons, Rees Lloyd and John Lloyd, Esq. of Porthyerwys, Esquire of the body to Queen Elizabeth married Margaret daughter of Evan Howel ap Morgan and died 1585. His sons were David Lloyd, of Towy; John Lloyd and William Lloyd. Rees Lloyd, the eldest son of Thomas Lloyd ap Meredith, married Jane daughter of William Herbert of Colbrook; and 2ndly a daughter of Gwilym Howel ap Gwilym dew. His issue were, 1) William Lloyd married Elen daughter of Madoc ap Gwilym ap Madoc ap Howel ap Richard ap Griffith Moel. He had four daughters Catherine married Morgan ap Rees ap William; Joan married Edward Lewis; Mallt married Roger Price of Aberannell; and Mand married David Lewis of Llanavan. 2) Rhytherch Lloyd married Mand daughter of Howel ap Evan a descendant of Elystan Glodrydd. His son, William Lloyd married a daughter of Morgan Goch ap Rees ap Morgan. 4) David Lloyd of whom presently. 5) Thomas Lloyd from whom the Lloyds of Aberannell are descended. 5) Morris Lloyd from whom the Lloyds of Carmarthen and County Pembroke and 6) Rhys Lloyd. David Lloyd (described as 3rd son of Rees Lloyd, the eldest son of Thomas Lloyd ap Meredith) married and had a son. Rees David Lloyd married a daughter of David Howel Phylip Trericket and had issue. John AP Rees David Llloyd married and died 1683. He had two sons and a daughter; the younger son, Rees ap John, assumed the surname of Jones from his father’s Christian name of John, in accordance with Welsh custom of that time, whilst the elder son, John Lloyd, retained the family surname of Lloyd, and resided at Dinas in Llanwrtyd. He married Ruhama daughter of Mr. Jones, of Cribarth, and had issue, a dau., Mary Lloyd, m. her cousin, Thomas Jones, Esq. of Dolycoed; and a son. Rees Lloyd, Esq. of Dinas married Elizabeth Jones of Danneryg. His son, John Lloyd, Esq. of Dinas and Llangattock Court, J.P., High Sheriff 1846, educated at Eton and Balliol College Oxford, born 1797; married 1st 1826 Mary Anne, daughter of Osborne Yeats, Esq. of Llangattock Court, Brecknock; and 2ndly 1838, Frances, daughter of Thomas Mayberry, Esq. of Brecon, and died Dec. 1875, leaving by his 1st wife, three sons, 1) Thomas Conway, his heir, now of Dinas 2) Penry, Chief Constable of County Radnor and J.P. Counties Brecknock and Radnor, born 1831; married 1862, Mary only daughter of J. James Esq. of Brecknock. 3) John, J.P. born 1833; educated at St. John’s College Oxford; married 1865, Elizabeth only daughter of the Rev. C. Griffiths of Glyncelyn, Brecon.  

LLOYD OF TRALLWYN.

Lloyd, Charles Henry, Esq. of Trallwyn County Carnarvon, born 6 Aug. 1847.

Lineage ~ The family of Lloyd of Trallwyn is one of great antiquity in Wales, and the present Mr. Lloyd possesses a roll setting forth the pedigree from a remote period. John Ellis, Esq. born 1 Nov. 1786 (son of Hugh Ellis, Esq.) of Carnarvon, by Anne his wife, daughter of Samuel Wright, Esq. of Knutsford, and grandson of the Venerable John Ellis, Archdeacon of Merioneth, by Anne his wife, daughter and heir of Hugh Lloyd, Esq. of Trallwyn) assumed by royal license, 1811, the surname and arms of LLOYD, in compliance with the testamentary injunction of his grand-uncle, the Rev. William Lloyd, son of Hugh Lloyd, Esq. of Trallwyn. He was a Magistrate and Deputy-Lieutenant for County Carnarvon, and served as High Sheriff 1817. He married 5 Dec. 1815, June, daughter of the Rev. Griffith Jones, and had issue, 1) John Ellis, his heir 2) Hugh born 7 Dec. 1825; died 8 April 1865. 3) Robert born 16 April 1823 4) Richard born 8 Sept. 1834. 5) Margaret Ann 6) Mary Catherine married 1854, Alfred Jones, Esq. 7) Cordelia married 1857, Thomas Parr Williams Ellis, Esq. 8) Elizabeth. The eldest son, John Ellis Lloyd, Esq. of Trallwyn, born 10 May, 1819 married 21 Aug. 1845, Eleanor, daughter of John Sothern, Esq. of the Priory, Liverpool, and died 8 Dec. 1873 having had issue, 1) John Ellis born 12 July 1846 died 20 Jan. 1863 2) Charles Henry 3) William born 15 March 1857. 4) Hugh Gwynn born 5 Jan. 1859 5) Francis Longueville born 25 Dec. 1862. 6) Edith Mary died 5 Dec. 1860 7) Annie Elizabeth married Rev. W. Briscoe, Rector of Shipton-on-Stour. 8) Harriet Jane died 6 Dec. 1860. 9) Mary Ellen 10) Isabel died 29 Jan. 1863.

IRELAND

LLOYD OF CROGHAN.

JOHN MERRICK LLOYD, of Croghan House, County Roscommon, Justice of the Peace., Deputy Lieutenant, High Sheriff for County Leitrim 1902 and for County Roscommon 1911 Master of Arts Trinity College Dublin, born 1846 ; married 5 July, 1900, Frances Emily, daughter of John Henry Darley, of Ferney, County Dublin. He succeeded his brother 1906.

Lineage. CAPTAIN OWEN LLOYD, of Croghan, County Roscommon, Member of Parliament for Boyle, ib6r, the first possessor of that estate, born 1633, at Cavetown, County Roscommon, was eldest son of Thomas Lloyd,of County Leitrim, who migrated from Wales to Ireland under the auspices of his kinsman, Sir Ralph Bingley. He married Elizabeth, daughter of Richard Fitzgerald, of Castle Dod, County Cork, and left at his decease, 1664 (will proved 1685), three sons and three daughters, 1. Thomas, of Croghan, Colonel in the Army, served in the War against JAMES II, and was present at the battle of the Boyne, married Margaret, daughter of Sir John Cole, Bart., but died without issue 1699 (will proved that year). 2. Owen (Rev.), Doctor of Divinity, Dean of Connor, Senior Fellow of Trinity Coll. Dublin, Professor of Divinity, born 1664, d. 1743. 3. RICHARD, of whom we treat. 1. Elizabeth, married Daniel Hodson. 2. Honora, d. unmarried 3. Elizabeth, m. 1694, Rev. George Digby. The 3rd son, RICHARD LLOYD, born 1662, entered Trinity College Dublin, 10 May, 1677, Speaker of the Upper House of Assembly, Jamaica, and Lord Chief Justice of that Island, where he married Mary Guy, an heiress, and had two sons and two daughters Chief Justice Lloyd was succeeded by his 2nd, and eldest surviving son, GUY LLOYD, of Bylaugh Hall, Norfolk, married Mary Copping, of Essex, and d. about 1768 (will proved that year), having had issue, 1. RICHARD, succeeded to his father. 2. Henry (Rev.), married Diana, daughter of Thomas Bullock, of Hingham in Norfolk. 1. Mary, married Thomas St. John. Mr. Lloyd was succeeeded by his son, RICHARD LLOYD| of Bylaugh Hall, Norfolk, Colonel Norfolk Militia, married Elizabeth, daughter and sole heir of Thomas Jecks, of Bawdeswell Hall, and had issue, 1. GUY, his successor. 2. Richard, born 1772 ; married Sarah Harriet, daughter of Peter Elwin, of Thurning Hall, Norfolk, and had, with other issue, Richard, Hastings Elwin. 3. Henry, married Sarah, eldest daughter of J. Stephcnson Cann. 4. Merrick, Royal Navy, killed on board H.M.S. Sirius, under Nelson, in 1805, before Malta, without issue 1. Bridget, married the Rev. Dr. Bulwer, Rector of Cawston, Norfolk. of Pawdeswell Hall, and demesne lands thereto 5. Margaret, married Robert Bircham. 6. Diana, married the Rev. James Stoughton, Master of Arts., Rector of Sparham. 7. Jane, married the Rev. Thomas Dade, Rector of Broadway and Bincombe, Dorset. Colonel Lloyd d. 1811 (will proved that year), and was succeeded bv his eldest son, GUY LLOYD, Justice of the Peace., of Croghan House, County Roscommon, 6. 19 Aug. 1766 ; m. 17 Dec. 1799, Martha, daughter of William Bircham, of The Ollands, Norfolk, and d. 1842, leaving issue, 1. GUY, his successor. 1. Sarah Bircham, married 14 Dec. 1834, the Rev. William Atthill, of Brandiston Hall, Norfolk, and d. 1837. 2. Elizabeth, married 10 Dec. 1825, the Rev. Philip Francis, Master of Arts, of Stibbard Lodge, Norfolk. 3. Martha, d. 7 March, 1871. The son and heir, GUY LLOYD, Justice of the Peace. and Deputy Lieutenant, of Croghan House, High Sheriff for County Roscommon 1833 and for Leitrim 1847, born 30 Dec. 1803 ; married 26 May, 1827, Susanna Martha, youngest daughter of John Stephenson Cann, of Wramplingham, Norfolk. She d. 1868. He d. 12 Nov. 1800, leaving issue, 1. GUY, late of Coghan. 2. JOHN MERRICK, now of Croghan. 3. William Richard (Rev.), Master of Arts Trinity College Dublin. Rector of Mickleham, Surrey, born 1848 ; married 17 Jan. 1884, Evelyn Minnie, daughter of G. A. Fuller, of the Rookery, Dorking, Surrey. 1. Sarah Martha, d. unmarried 1881. 2. Susan Ellen. 3. Mary Anne, married 4 Dec. 1867, Stanhope William Fenton Kenny, Justice of the Peace., of Ballinrobe, County Mayo, and d. 5 Nov. 1895, having had issue. 4. Elizabeth Bertha, married 1858, Joseph Fulton Meade, Justice of the Peace., Eastwood, County Wicklow, who d. 19 Jan. 1897. She d. 17 Jan. 1907. 5. Emma Jane, d. unmarried 1892. 6. Katharine Edith, d. unmarried 1896. 7. Frances Dorothea, d. 1909. 8. Alice Octavia. 9. Emily Muriel Knyvett, married 3 Jan. 1884, the Rev. Annesley Streane, Doctor of Divinity, Fell, of Corpus Christi College Camborn The eldest son, GUY LLOYD, of Croghan House, County Roscommon, Justice of the Peace. and Deputy Lieutenant , High Sheriff County Roscommon 1867, and for County Leitrim 1869, born 13 April, 1833 : married 31 Oct. 1865, Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Gilbert King, Bart, of Charlestown, County Roscommon, and died 25 Aug. 1906, having had issue, Elizabeth, died an infant 1885.  

LLOYD OF BEECHMOUNT.

Major-GEN. THOMAS FRANCIS LLOYD, of Beechmount, Rathkeale, County Limerick, Justice of the Peace. and Deputy Lieutenant, High Sheriff 1894, Major-General, in the Army (retired) ; formerly Colonel commanding 2nd Regional District, and Lieutenant-Colonel Commanding 98th Regiment ; sometime Assistant Adjutant and Quartermaster General Cork District; born 21 April, 1839 ; married 26 May, 1870, Mary Henrietta, daughter of Christian Allhusen, Deputy Lietenant, of Stoke Court, Bucks, and has had issue, Thomas Henry Eyre, Captain Coldstream Guards, born 2 May, 1871; died unmarried, distinguished himself for his bravery in South Africa, where he was Assistant Staff Officer to Colonel Benson’s column, and was killed in action at Brakenlaagte, Eastern Transvaal, South Africa, 25 Oct. 1901.

Lineage. THOMAS LLOYD, of Towerhill, County Limerick, was Lieutenant in the Army in 1652, married Eleanor, daughter of Rev. Richard Burgh, Doctor of Divinity, and had a son, WILLIAM LLOYD, married Jane, daughter of Thomas Fitzgerald, and had REV. THOMAS LLOYD, married his cousin Mary, daughter of Rev. Richard Burgh, of Dromkeen, Prebendary of Kilbragh, and by her had issue, i. Rickard (Rev.), of Castle Lloyd, married Mary, daughter of William Armstrong, of Mealiffe, and had issue, 1. Thomas (Rev.), married Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas Fitzgerald, Knight of Glvn, and had issue. 2. Edward (Rev.), Rector of Fethard. 3. William, Barrister-at-Law, died 1783. 4. John, Serjeant-at-Law, died 1835. i. Alice. 2. Eliza. 3. Mary, married Joseph Gabbett, of High Park, who died 16 July, 1818. She died 18 Jan. 1830, leaving issue 2. William, of Tower Hill, married Anne, daughter of Thomas Lloyd, of Killodrumin, County Limerick, and left issue. 3. Edward, married the daughter of C. Minchin, and left issue. He married 2ndly, Frances, daughter of John Bateman, of Altavilla, County Limerick, and by her had a son, 4. THOMAS, of whom we treat. The youngest son, COL. THOMAS LLOYD, of Beechmouut, which he purchased in 1805 ; married Ellen, daughter and heir of Thomas Lloyd, of Dromsalla, County Clare, and by her had issue, 1. William, R.N., drowned at sea, died without issue2. THOMAS, of whom presently. 3. Richard, Lieut.-Col. 84th Regiment, married Jane, daughter of George Gough, of Woodstown, County Limerick, and sister of Field-Marshal Hugh, 1st Viscount Gough, Privy Counselor, Knight of the Order of St. Patrick, and Knight of the Grand Cross of the Order of the Bath (civil division), and was killed at the passage of the Nive in 1813, leaving an only daughter. This gallant officer was frequently mentioned in dispatches. Major Hoystead claims precedence since the death of that excellent and gallant officer, Lieutenant-Colonel Lloyd of the 84th Regiment. Lieutenant-General Sir John Hope reports most favorably of the conduct of all the officers, and particularly mentions Major-Gens. Robinson and Bradford and Lieut.-Col. Lloyd, 84th Regiment., who was unfortunately killed 4. John (Rev.), Rector of Cashel, married Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas Barclay, of Ballyslattery, County Clare, and had issue, i. Thomas, Barrister-at-Law, married Anne Barclay, and had issue, (1) John, died unmarried (2) Richard, Colonel late 36th Regiment., born 7 March, 1833 ; married Marion Bennett, and has issue. (3) Thomas, Lieutenant-Colonel late 35th Regiment., born 25 July, 1841 ; married Emma Studdert, and has issue. (i) Millicent, died unmarried (2) Georgiana, died unmarried 1. Anne, married Robert Maunsell, of Merrion Square, Dublin, who died 1876, leaving issue 2. Ellen, married 1828, George Studdert, of Clonderalaw, who died 1857 leaving issue 5. Edward, Captain 1st Argyllshire Regiment., died on the West Coast of Africa. 6. Hugh, Captain 6th Regiment., died in the West Indies. 7. Arthur, General in the Army, was in the 98th Regiment under General Abercrombie, and died in Egypt 1860 ; married the daughter of Monck Mason. 1. Jane, married Sept. 1811, Rev. John Talbot Crosbie, of Ardfert, and had issue 2. Ellen, to Charles Smith, of Ballinanty, County Limerick, Deputy Lieutenant, and had issue, William, married Charlotte, sister of 4th Baron Gwydyr. The 2nd son, THOMAS LLOYD, of Beechmount, County Limerick, Deputy Lieutenant, Member of Parliament for that county 1826-30, married 1797, Catherine, daughter of Eyre Evans, of Miltown Castle, nephew of George, 1st Lord Carbery, and died 1830, having by her (who died 14 Feb. 1848) had issue, 1. THOMAS, of whom presently. 2. Eyre, of Prospect, Castle Connell, and New Garden, County Limerick, Justice of the Peace. and Deputy Lieutenant, born 1803 ; d. 4 May, 1876 ; married 10 May, 1827, Anne Hutchinson (d. 1877), daughter of Captain Hugh Massy, grandson of John Massy, of Glenville, 2nd son of William Massy, of Stoneville, and had issue, 1. Thomas, Captain 87th Regiment, died 1 April, 1900 ; married 1854, Anne Cooper (died 1862), only child of James Cheese, of Huntington Court, Herefordshire, and had issue, Eyre Edmond, born 1856, died 1862 ; Anne Geraldine, married 1st, Wilbraham E. E. Morley; 2ndly, 1884, Gen. A. B. Crosbie, Royal Marines, eldest surviving son of Captain W. A. Crosbie, Rifle Brigade. 2. Eyre, Master of Arts Trinity College Dublin and Cambridge, Barrister-at-Law of the Inner Temple, married 1864, Sarah, 2nd daughter of Rev. Samuel Paynter, Rector of Stoke Guildford, Surrey, and 13, Bolton Street, Piccadilly, and died 9 June, 1895, having had issue. (1) Samuel Eyre Massy, Lieutenant-Colonel Commanding 3rd Battalion Suffolk Regiment, served in South Africa 1899-1902 (dispatches, medals, brevet of Major) (Yewlands, Fclsham, Suffolk ; Carlton and Army and Navy Clubs), born 31 July, 1867 ; married 7 Aug. 1890, Annie Eliza, 4th daughter of Edward Madoc-Jones, of Glentworth, Oswestry, Salop, and has had issue, 1. Vefa Lillian Mary Massy, born 7 May, 1891. 2. Violet Nancye, born April, 1893. 3. Isola Lucinda Eyre, born 21 Aug., d. 25 Dec. 1898. (2) Eyre Evans, born 28 May, 1870 ; married 1893, Minnie Annora, 5th daughter of Edward Madoc-Jones, of Glentworth, Oswestry. 3. Hugh Massy, Major 14th Regiment., died unmarried 1873. 4. Arthur, drowned in the Shannon 1862, unmarried 5. Richard, died young. i Anne, died young. 2. Catherine Lucinda, married 1st, Captain John D’Olier George, 6oth King’s Royal Rifles, of Cahore, County Wexford : 2ndly, Cecil Roche, Barrister-at-Law. She died 1886. 1. Catherine, married George Meares Maunsell, of Ballywilliani 2. Eliza, married Rev. Edward Hemming. The elder son, THOMAS LLOYD, of Beechmount, Justice of the Peace. and Deputy Lieutenant County Limerick, and Justice of the Peace. Counties Clare and Tipperary, born 1798 ; married 1st, 1825, Anne, daughter of Edmund Burke, of Ballyvoreen, and by her had issue, 1. Thomas, died without issue1, Jane, died unmarried, accidentally shot by her fiance. 2. Catherine, married John Maunsell, of Edenmore, Raheny, and has issue. He married 2ndly, 10 July, 1838, Julia Palmer, daughter of Captain Francis Hall, and died 1873, leaving by her (who died 29 Sept. 1901) issue, 2. THOMAS FRANCIS, now of Beechmount. 3. Arthur Rickard, married 21 Oct. 1869, Theodosia, daughter of Captain John Talbot, of Mount Talbot, Deputy Lieutenant, and by her (who died 3 Jan. 1894) has issue, 1. John Arthur Thomas, married 1 June, 1904, Isabel Keith, eldest daughter of David Campbell, of Glasgow. 2. Henry Talbot, Captain Royal Marine Light Infantry, served under Admiral Seymour in the attempt to relieve the Legation at Pekin (dispatches), and was killed in action at Tientsin, China, July, 1900. 3. Arthur Eustace. i. Diana. 4. Henry Hall, born 1844 ; died 1898 ; married 1st, 1872, Ellen, daughter of Rev. Charles Childers, and 2ndly, 12 March, 1890, Frances Catherine, daughter of Colonel E. S. Bayly, of Ballyarthur. She died 17 Jan. 1896. 1. Julia Clara Henrietta, married Henry Herbert Edwards. She died his widow 3 March, 1905, having had issue, i. Herbert. 2. Reginald Llewellyn, i. Eleanor. 2. Anna Maria, married 1887, Charles Buchanan.  

LLOYD OF GLOSTER.

JOHN HARDRESS LLOYD, of Gloster, King’s County, Justice of the Peace., High Sheriff 1906, late Captain Lancers, born 14 Aug 1874; married. 5 Aug. 1903, Adeline, daughter of the late Sir Samuel Wilson, formerly Member of Parliament for Portsmouth. Lineage. JOHN LLOYD, of Gloster, King’s County, Justice of the Peace. and Deputy Lieutenant, High Sheriff 1866, succeeeded by will 1860 to the estates of Col. Hardress Lloyd, of Gloster, Member of Parliament for King’s County ; married 14 Nov. 1872, Susannah Frances Julia, 2nd daughter of John Thomas Rosborough Colclough, of Tintern Abbey, Justice of the Peace. and Deputy Lieutenant County Wexford, and had issue, 1. JOHN HARDRESS, now of Gloster. 2. Evan Colclough, Captainist Batt. Royal Irish Regiment, born 4 Jan. 1877. 3. Llewellyn Wilfrid Mcdhop, Lieutenant 2nd Battalion Royal Irish Regiment, 27 July, 1879. 1. Mary Louisa Arthurina Gwendoline Colclough, born 28 Aug. 1873. 2. Susan Frederica Lillian Mary, born 4 Sept. 1875 : married 5 Jan. 1899, Lieutenant-Colonel Edwin Charles Barnes Cotgrave, Central India Horse. 3. Alice Maude Josephine, born 14 April, 1878 : married 17 Sept. 1908, Major Hardress Gilbert Holmes, of St. David’s, County Tipperary. 4. Myrtle Susan, born 9 Aug. 1883. Mr. Lloyd died 26 Jan. 1883, aged 50. Seat Gloster, Roscrea, King’s County LLOYD late OF LLOYDSBORO’. JOHN FORTESCUE LLOYD, of Fortescue and Cranagh Castle, County: Tipperary, 1887 his father 1902,

Lineage. JOHN LLOYD, of Lloydsboro, County Tipperary, son of Joseph Lloyd, by Mary Otway his wife. He married Elizabeth, daughter of John Blunden, and was father of JOHN LLOYD, of Cranagh, died 4 Nov. 1744 ; married 2 Sept. 1746, Deborah, daughter of Thomas Clutterbuck, of Bannixtown, County Tipperary. and had issue, 1. JOHN, of Cranagh and Lloydsboro, married Amy Brazier, and left an only daughter, Debby Anne, married her cousin JOHN LLOYD, of Lloydsboro’. 2. Thomas, married Judith Maher, and had issue, 1. George Richard, married 2. Horatio, married and died leaving issue. 3. Richard, Rector of Clononty, County Tipperary, afterwards of Northam Cottage, North Devon, born Dec. 1754 ; married 16 Sept. 1788, Priscilla, daughter of Rev. John Lord, Rector of Clonkelly, and died 8 Jan. 1830. leaving issue by her (who was born 17 Oct. 1760, and died 4 Feb. 1837), 1. George William Aylmer, Lieutenant.-General Honourable East India Company Service, Colonel 28th Bengal North India, commanded the Bengal Volunteers in the China war 1841-2 ; born 4 July, 1789 ; married March, 1824, Caroline, 2nd daughter of Captain William Bruce, Honourable East India Company Service, Resident at Eushire ; and died 4 July, 1865. 2. John, Commander Royal Navy, and Justice of the Peace. of Cowaka and Panbula, near Eden, Twofold Bay, New South Wales, married 19 Jan. 1824, Sarah Robinson, and had issue, (1) ARTHUR, of Northam House, Bideford, North Devon, and Adelaide, South Australia, born 30 Dec. 1824 ; married 1st, 30 Oct. 1858, his cousin Elizabeth Lucy, eldest daughter of Rev. Charles Lloyd, which lady died 1874; and 2ndly, 1878, Catherine. 2nd daughter. of Captain Janies Clyde, 96th Regiment, and has issue by the former, 1. Priscilla Emelia, married 1884, William Scott Owen, of Cefnwifed, Newtown, County Montgomery. 2. Isabella Anne Caroline. (2) William, Civil Engineer, East Indies, born 24 May, 1826. (3) Priscilla Amelia, married 28 Sept. 1847, Major William Ellison Warden, 2nd Bengal North India, eldest son of Lieutenant-Colonel George Warden, Bengal Army, and by him (who died 12 June, 1857) has one daughter, Priscilla Emilia Jane. 3. Arthur Forbes, Master of Arts, Rector of Instow, Devon, married 1825, Harriet, daughter of Thomas Furley Forster, of Walthamstow ; and died 3 July, 1866, having had issue, (1) Arthur Forster, of South Australia, born 1826 ; married 30 Dec. 1851, Jean, youngest daughter of James Gordon Morgan, Doctor of Medicine, of Barnstaple, and has issue, 1. Arthur, born i April, 1856. 2. A son, born 1858. 1. Jane, born 1852. 2. Mary Elizabeth, born 1854, (2) Richard, of Morphett Vale, South Australia, 6. 1827 ; married 19 June, 1850, Marcella Adelaide Cornelia, daughter of James Elton, of North Stoke, County Oxford, and has a son, Richard Elton, born 26 March, 1857. (3) Benjamin Furney, of Morphett Vale, South Australia, born 1836. (4) George Aylmer, of Morphett Vale, South Australia, born 1840. (5) Thomas Furney, born Feb. 1845. (6) Edward. (1) Harriet Mary, married 6 March, 1855, Charles Constantine Bruce, of Adelaide, South Australia, only surviving son of Captain William Bruce, Honourable East India Company Service She died 3 April, 1855. (2) Isabella, (3) Emily. (4) Adelaide. (5) Susanna. (6) Priscilla Lord. 1. Priscilla Emilia, born 25 July, 1790, of Northam Cottage ; died at Seorole, Benares, 13 Sept. 1846. 2. Isabella Anne, of Northam House, North Devon. 4. HENRY JESSE, of whom presently. 5. Frederick, of Ballymacrease, married Julia, daughter of Thomas Vereker, of Roxborougb, and by her (who died 1747) had issue, 1. John, of Lisheen Castle, County Tipperary, and of Madoc Hastings, Canada West, Justice of the Peace., married 1st, Catherine, daughter of John Rotton, of Bath, and had issue, (1) CHARLES HENRY, of Lisheen Castle, Templemore, Justice of the Peace., born 1821 ; succeeeded 1856 ; married 1st, 1846, Anne, daughter of Major George Jackson ; 2ndly, 1849, Anna, daughter of Fergus Langley, and died 1887, leaving by her, with other issue, a son, CHARLES EDWARD, of Lisheen Castle, Justice of the Peace., born 1854 ; married 1885, Louisa Dorset, daughter of the late Charles W. S. Shultze. (2) Frederick, in Canada. (i) Catherine, married William Butler, of Drom, County Tipperary. 2. Frederick, Lieutenant Royal Navy 3. Henry Vereker, formerly Bengal Cavalry, married Miss Jopp, died without issue 4. Charles (Rev.), formerly Chaplain at Prince Edward’s Island, afterwards Curate of St. John the Evangelist, Durdham Down; married 17 Sept. 1826, Elizabeth, daughter of William Tyeth, of Phillibead, near Bideford, Devon, and had issue, (1) Charles Frederick, Lieutenant 3rd West India Regiment, married 29 Sept. 1858, Jessica Mary, eldest daughter of Alexander Dunscombe, Doctor of Medicine, of The Grange. Antigua, West Indies, and Clifton. (2) WilJiam of New York, married 1 Nov. 1828, Caroline Tupper. (3) John Veteker, in Australia. (1) Elizabeth Lucy, married 30 Oct. 1858, her kinsman, Arthur Lloyd, of Northam House, Bideford, Devonshire, and Australia. (2) Julia Henrietta Camilla. i, Julia, married George Duncan. 2. Camilla. 3. Harriet, d. unmarried 1. Elizabeth, m. Rev. Charles Tuckey, and has four sons and four daughters 2. Deborah, married July, 1781, Gorges Hely, and has six sons and seven daughters The 4th son, HENRY JESSE LIOYD, of Castle Iney, County Tipperary, married Ellen, daughter of Thomas Garde, of Ballina Curra, County Cork, and dying 1816, left issue, 1. JOHN, of Lloydsboro. 2. Thomas, died unmarried 3. Henry, of Farrinrory, County Tipperary, married 1822, Harriet Amelia, youngest daughter of Sir John Craven Garden, 1st Baroet, and by her (who died, 10 April, 1879) has issue, i. Jesse, of Ballyleck House, County Monaghan, Justice of the Peace. , High Sheriff 1863, Lieut.-Col. Monaghan Militia, late Captain 47th Regiment, born 23 Feb. 1824 ; married 14 Dec. 1853, Ellen, eldest daughter of George Vincent, of Erinagh, County Clare, and died 23 Jan. 1806, having by her (who died 1886) had issue, (i) Henry Craven Jesse, born 8 Feb. 1855 ; died unmarried (1) Josephine, married 1884, John Porter Porter, of Jamestown, County Fermanagh. (2) Coralie. (3) Fanny Kathleen, married 1884, Charles Cockburne, eldest son of William D’Arcy-Irvine, of Castle Irvine. 1. Frances Maria, married 26 March, 1840, Andrew Wauchope. of Niddrie Marischall, Midlothian, and died 25 June, 1858, leaving issue. 2. Josephine Julia Helen, married 1st, 19 May, 1846, Henry Robert, 3rd Lord Rossmore ; and 2ndly, 18 June, 1863, Major G. W. Stacpoole, of Eden Vale, County Clare. 3. Coralie Augusta Frederica, married 17 June, 1848, William Fitzwilliam Burton, of Burton Hall, County Carlow. 4. William, married Kate, only daughter of John Harris, of Waterford, and had issue. 1. Mary Anne, married Rev. Thomas Hoare, youngest son of Sir Edward Hoare, 2nd , Annabelle. 2. Eliza Lucy, married Mr. Morris, and died without issue. The eldest son, JOHN LLOYD, of Lloydsboro and Cranagh, Bachelor of Arts of Trinity College Dublin, born 16 March, 1790 ; married 21 July, 1810, Debby Ann, daughter of John Lloyd, of Cranagh ; died 9 Feb. 1868, having had issue, 1. JOHN JESSE, his heir. 2. Richard Jesse, Lieut, 59th Regiment, died unmarried 14 Oct. 1847. 1. Elizabeth Anne, married 15 Dec. 1840, John Dawsou Hutchinson, of Timoney Park, County Tipperary, and died without issue 3 March, 1842 2. Eliza Ellen, married John Stratford Collins, Barrister-at-Law, and died 17 Nov. 1862, leaving issue. He died 2 Jan. 1864, and was succeeeded by his eldest son, JOHN JESSE LLOYD, of Lloydsboro’ and Cranagh, married Mary, daughter of Edward Nathaniel William Fortescue, of Fallapit, and died 1871, leaving by her (who died 1888), with a daughter, three sons. 1. HENRY JESSE, late of Lloydsboro’, Justice of the Peace., and” High Sheriff 1881, born 1845 ; married 12 June, 1883, Mary Alice, daughter of William Butler, of Park, County Tipperary, and died without issue 1893. 2. RICHARD, late of Fortescue, born 1850, died without issue1898. 3. EMLYN FORTESCUE, succeeeded his brother. The youngest son, Captain EMLYN FORTESCUE LLOYD, of Cranagh Castle. High Sheriff 1898, late Captain 22nd Regiment., born 1850 ; married 1882, Henrietta Eliza, only daughter of Captain Robilliard, Royal Navy, of Val des Portes, Alderney, and died 28 Nov. 1902, leaving issue, JOHN FORTESCUE, now of Fortescue. Seats Fortescue, and Cranagh Castle, near Templemore, County Tipperary. 

LLOYD OF LOSSETT.

CLIFFORD BARTHOLOMEW LLoYD, of Lossett, County Cavan, Bachelor of Arts -, born 1 8 Aug. 1845 1st, 5 May, 1870, Isabella Maria, daughter of Major Des Voeux, of Portarlington, Queen’s County, and by her (who died 1892) has issue, 1. WILMOT HUMPHREY CLIFFORD, Bachelor of Arts, born 15 July, 1879. 1. Beatrice Anna Caroline Isabelle Clifford, married 1st, 7 May, 1891, Leslie Tufnell Peacocke (Captain 5th Battalion Connaught Rangers), and has issue, a son, Hugo Leslie. She married 2ndly, 24 Nov. 1902, Captain Eardley Wilmot Brooke, formerly 6oth Rifles. 2. Alice Elizabeth Clifford, married 18 Dec. 1900, George Pakenham Stewart, only son of Captain E. P. Stewart, of Laragh, Killiney, late Seaforth Highlanders, and has issue, Douglas Arthur Pakenham. Evelyn Ella. He married 2ndly, 7 Oct. 1896, Edith Emily Marguerite, youngest daughter of Thomas Fitz Herbert, of Black Castle, County Meath. Lineage. ROBERT LLOYD, born 6 June, 1533 ; married Mary, daughter of J. Jones, of Denbigh, and had a son, ROBERT LLOYD, Treasurer of the Cathedral of St. Asaph 1624, 6. 4 Oct. 1560, at Llanrhaidar-yn-Mochnant, County Denbigh ; married Jane, daughter of Christopher Ewer, of St. Asaph, had, with other issue, ROBERT LLOYD, 3rd son, born 10 June, 1602 ; married Anna, daughter of Rev. John Williams, and had, 1. Robert, 6. 6 Nov. 1653. 2. HUMPHREY (Rev.), of whom hereafter. 3. Richard, born 30 Sept. 1660 ; died 3 May, 1728. 4. John, born 28 June, 1663. 5. Lewis, born 26 Oct. 1666. 6. Griffin, born 11 Jan. 1668. The 2nd son, REV. HUMPHREY Lloyd, born 30 May, 1666, went to Ireland from Wales, between 1680 and 1683, and settled at New Ross, County Wexford, where he resided at ” The Abbey House,” also at Folly House, of which he had a lease dated 4 July, 1705 ; will dated 11 April, 1727, proved Nov. 1727. He signed ‘the Address of the New Ross Corporation to WILLIAM III. 18 Aug. 1696, and was made a Free Burgess of the town 3 Nov. 1716. He married Elizabeth Ball (who was born 10 June, 1665), and had issue, 1. Robert, born Feb. 1693; died without issue vita patris. 2. Richard (Rev.), Master of Arts; Trinity. College Dublin, Rector of Rathcormack, County Cork, 1742, born 4 Jan. 1699. He married 31 March, 1727, Elizabeth, daughter of Christopher Forward, of Fermoy, same County ; and died April, 1775, leaving by her (who d. 26 Nov. 1778), i. RICHARD, of Tullygreen House, born 14 Jan. 1732 ; married Jane, daughter of Thomas Austen, of Waterfall, County Cork, and by her (who was born 5 Oct. 1744) had, (i) Richard, born 1764, died 1766. (2) RICHARD (Rev.), Justice of the Peace., Prebendary of Killanully, County Cork, born 27 May, 1767 ; married 20 March, 1802, Mary, daughter Of James Franklin Morrison, of Cork, by Elizabeth his wife, daughter of Rev. Michael Davies, Archdeacon of Cloyne, and died 6 Feb. 1840, leaving a daughter Elizabeth Mary Aniie, born 1806 ; married 2 Sept. 1829, Captain John George Elphinstone, Honourable East India Company Service. ; and a son, RICHARD, Barrister-at-Law, born 23 Sept. 1807 ; married 15 Oct. 1836, Margaret, daughter of Edmond Knapp Piersy, of Charleville, County Cork, and died 5 April, 1879, leaving, with a daughter, Annie Piersy, married 1st, 1863, William Austin Morrison, and 2ndly, 1867, Robert Villiers George, Doctor of Medicine a. Richard Morrison, born 21 Jan. 1839 ; died without issue Dec. 1896. born Edmond George Knapp Piersy, Volunteer Officers Decoration, of Passage West, County Cork, Colonel, Staff Officer of the North London Vol. Brigade and of the 1st London Volunteer Infantry Brigade, now a member of the Territorial Force Association of the County of London, served in South Africa 1900-2, born 15 Dec. 1842 ; married 20 Feb. 1873, Emma Susanna, daughter of Benjamin Johnson, Doctor of Medicine, and has, Langford Newman, Companion of the Distinguished Service Order, Member of the Royal College of Surgeons and Licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians, Captain Royal Army Medical Corps, served in South Africa 1899-1901, born 28 Dec. 1873. (1) Elizabeth, born 9 July, 1768 ; married 21 Dec. 1799, Owen Lloyd, of Smith Hill, County Roscommon, and died Dec. 1804. (2) Mary, born 28 Nov. 1769 ; married Andrew Elphinstone, Royal Navy, Doctor of Medicine, and died 10 Oct. 1831. (3) Barbara, died unmarried 2. Christopher, born 21 May, 1738 ; married 10 July, 1768, Elizabeth Bateman, and died 11 March, 1792, leaving (1) Richard Bateman, born 1770 ; married 19 April, 1795, Elizabeth, widow of Captain Trant, and died 1822, leaving i. Mountiford Staughton, Major-General in the Army, was present at Waterloo (medal). 2. Richard Augustus. (2) Christopher, had two sons, and as many daughters (3) Staughton. (i) Elizabeth, born 23 March, 1771 ; married Captain Bateman, Royal Navy 3. William, 6. 1734 ; died 1736. 4. Samuel, born 3 May, 1742 ; married Hannah, daughter of Thomas Austen. 1. Elizabeth, born 1733 ; died 1734. 2. Barbara, born 31 Jan. 1746 ; married Lieut. Stephen Sandys, Royal Navy 8. BARTHOLOMEW (Rev.), of whom hereafter. 1. Jane, born 8 Jan. 1683, d. May, 1737; married 27 Nov. 1706, Rev. William Hartey. 2. Elizabeth, 6. 19 Feb. 1688, married 29 Nov. 1706, Rev. John Acheson, Master of Arts, Rector and Vicar of Rosbercon, County Kikenny, who died Dec. 1726. 3. Mary, born 21 June, 1695 ; married 4 April, 1716, John Batt, Attorney-at-Law, and died 1773.  4. Anne, born 6 July, 1697 ; married 24 June, 1724, Henry Moore. 5. Frances, born 28 June, 1703 ; died 1 Oct. 1778. Rev. Humphrey LLoyd died 15 April, 1727. His 3rd, but 2nd surviving son, REV. BARTHOLOMEW LLoyd, of Abbey House, New Ross, was born 13 Jan. 1707 ; admitted a Freeman of New Ross, 1 Oct. 1722, and entered Trinity College Dublin, 8 June, 1726. He married 22 June, 1732, Ann, daughter of Robert Clifford, of Wexford, by Elizabeth, his wife, only daughter of Thomas Kyrle, of Clonmeene, County Cork (see MONEYKYRLE of Homme House). He had issue, 1. Bartholomew, born 30 Aug. 1733 ; died 12 Sept. 1748. 2. HUMPHREY, of whom hereafter. 3. Robert, born 1 June, 1738. 4. Clifford, born 15 March, 1741 ; died 2 Nov. 1742. 5. John (Rev.), Vicar of Ferns, Rector of Kilbride, and Prebendary of Clone, Diocese of Ferns, born 25 July, 1743 ; died 16 June, 1781. 1. Anne born 15 Aug. 1736. 2. Rachel, born 1739. Rev. Bartholomew LLoyd died 26 April, 1783. His eldest surviving son, HUMPHREY LLOYD, of New Ross born 4 Aug. 1735 : married Margaret, daugther of Borbidge, of Deralossory, County Wicklow, and had issue, 1. BARTHOLOMEW (Rev.), of whom hereafter. 2. John, born 24 Dec. 1774 ; Margaret, daughter of Rev. William Hall, Rector of Wexford, and had issue, 1. Robert (Rev.), married Mrs. Majeveston, widow, and had a son, Robert (Rev.), married the daughter of Rev. John Bridge, Rector of Ballycpnnor. 2. Horatio Nelson. 3. Bartholomew, married Miss Daly. 1. Letitia, married Dr. William Reeves. 2. Matilda, married Rev. John Bridge, Rector of Ballyconnor. 3. Margaret, married William R. Digby. 3. Robert, born 6 Jan. 1785 ; married Charlotte Elizabeth, daughter of Rev. J. Ball, Rector of Attanagh, County Kilkenny, and had, i. Bartholomew. 1. Margaret, married 15 Dec. 1846, John Tuthill, of Kilmore, County Limerick 2. Susan Penelope, married Rev. Robert McKee, Rector of Fethard, County Wexford. 3. Maria, died unmarried 1. Rachel, baptized at New Ross, 7 Nov. 1779. 2. Anne, married Kane. 3. Harriet, married Allan Nesbit, of Stephen’s Green, Dublin. 4. Frances, married Shaw. 5. Mary, married Peter Barnewall Sullivan, and had issue. Mr. Humphrey LLoyd d. 5 Oct. 1786. His eldest son, REV. BARTHOLOMEW LLovo, D.D., Provost of Trinity College Dublin, and President of the Royal Irish Academy, was born 5 Feb. 1772 ; became a Scholar of Trinity College 1790, a Fellow 1796, and was appointed Provost 1831 ; will dated 25 July, 1824, proved 1838. He married July, 1799, Eleanor, daughter of Patrick McLaughlm, of Dublin, and of Dunshaughlin, County Meath, and Kilmartin, County Dublin, elected but did not serve as Sheriff of Dublin 1779. They had issue, 1. HUMPHREY (Rev.), of whom presently. 2. Bartholomew Clifford, of Lossett, County Cavan, LL.D., Queens Counsel, Chairman of Quarter Sessions, County Waterford, born 1808 ; married 1st, 21 Sept. 1844, at the. British Embassy, Paris, Caroline Hamilton, only daughter of Right Honorable William Brooke, Privy Counselor of Dromavana, County Cavan, Master in Chancery, and one of the Commissioners of the Great Seal in Ireland, and his wife Emily Margaret, sister of Edward Wilmot Chetwode, of Woodbrooke, Queen’s County, and by her (who died 1864) had issue, 1. CLIFFORD BARTHOLOMEW, now of Lossett. 2. William Chetwode, Lieutenant-Colonel formerly 2oth Hussars, served in Soudan 1884-5, born 24 Nov. 1846 ; ‘d. 12 June, 1909 ; married Catherine, eldest daughter of Thomas Garnett, of Furze Hill Lodge, Brighton, and has issue, (i) Chetwode, Lieut. Hampshire Regt. (2) Hugh. (3) Humphrey. 3. Humphrey Wilmot, Barrister-at-Law of The King’s Inns, born 28 Feb. 1848 ; married Kate, only daughter of Colonel Graham, Honourable East India Company Service. He died 2 Oct. 1908. 4. Alfred Robert, born 31 July, 1854, Major late Bedfordshire Regiment served Chitral Relief Force 1895 (medal and clasp), 5. African War 1900 (medal and two clasps); married 27 Aug. 1903, Helen Elizabeth, daughter of the late George Goodchild, of the British Embassy, St. Petersburg, by his wife, daughter of late Baron Mend, of Mendlova, Finland. 5. Arthur Brooke, Barrister-at-Law, of the Inner Temple, London (32, Grainger Street West, Newcastle-on-Tyne), born 22 Jan, 1856. 6. Frederick Charles, Lieutenant-Colonel commanding 2nd Battalion Lincolnshire Regiment, served in South Africa 1900-2 in command 7th Battalion Mounted Infantry (mentioned in despatches, Brevet Major, Queen’s medal and ‘five clasps, King’s medal and two clasps), born 10 Oct. 1860 ; married Millicent, youngest daughter of Thomas Garnett, and has issue, Clifford Humphrey, Lieutenant Royal Army Vera Millicent. i. Emily Janet, married Skeffington John Wynne, Colonel A.P.D. 2. Constance Eleanor. 3. Florence Caroline. 4. Caroline Alice Elizabeth, married Anson Schomberg, Rear-Admiral Royal Navy He married 2ndly, Oct. 1869, Anna Maria, daughter of Major Sackville Brownlow Taylor, 6th Regiment. ; and died 28 April, 1872. 3. Robert Clifford, Col. in the Army, born 1809 ; married Annie (died 18 March, 1908), daughter of Captain George Savage, 13th Light Dragoons, and had issue, 1. Charles Dalton Clifford Lloyd, born 13 Jan. 1844 ; Barristerat- Law, late a Resident Magistrate in Ireland, and afterwards Minister of the Interior, Egypt, married 30 April, 1867, Isabel Henrietta, only daughter of Captain Henry Sabine Browne, of the Rifle Brigade, and 8sth Light Infantry. 2. Humphrey George Clifford, born 19 June, 1845. 3. Arthur Clifford, Lieutenant-Colonel. late 4th Regiment, born Feb. 1849. 4. Wilford Neville, Member of the Royal Victorian Order, of His Majesty’s Body Guard, Lieutenant-Colonel late Royal Army, Justice of the Peace. Cheshire, born 15 Sept. 1855 ; married 21 July, 1891, Ella Margaret, only daughter of the Very Rev. Arthur Purey-Cust, Dean of York, and Lady Emma Purey-Cust, and has issue. 1. Grace Eleanor Coltman, married 1860, Maurice Cross, Judge at Negapatam, India, who died Dec. 1884. 2. Emily Johanna Frances, married Ferdinand Beauclerk, Captain R.E. 4. John Frederick (Rev.), Archdeacon of Waitemata, and Minister of St. Paul’s Church, Auckland, New Zealand, afterwards Rector of Newton Wold, Diocese of Lincoln, born 1810 ; married 23 Aug. 1851, Sarah Greer, and died 8 Sept. 1875, leaving issue, 1. John Frederick, born 20 Jan. 1854 ; married Nellie, daughter of Dr. Quinter, Doctor of Medicine, of Grosmont House, Yorks., and has issue. 2. Charles Patterson, born 9 Feb. 1861. 3. Humphrey Selwyn, born 13 Sept. 1870 ; married Caroline, eldest daughter of William Hutton Perkins, and has issue. 1. Alice Mary, married Dew-Smith, of Cambridge. 2. Margaret Anna, married W. Marshal. 3. Frances Edith. 4. Ethel Mary, married Walter Dobell. 1. Eleanor, born 1801 ; died unmarried 13 Jan. 1881. 2. Harriett, born 1803 ; married Rev. Maurice Hime, and had, with other issue, Right Hon. Sir Albert Henry Hime, Privy Counsellor (1902), Knight Commander of the Order of St. Michael and St. George (1900), Hon. Doctor of Laws Camb., Edin., and Dub., formerly Prime Minister, Natal, Vice-Pres. Royal Colonial Institute, Hon. Lieutenant-Colonel Royal Engineers (ret.) (58, Burton Ccurt, S.W.), I. 29 Aug. 1842 ; married 1866, Josephine Mary, daughter of the late J. Searle of Plymouth, and has issue. 3. Anne. 4. Elizabeth, born 1808 (twin). 5. Maria. 6. Margaret, ;. 13 July, 1841, Rev. Richard Verschoyle, Rector of Deriy Vollen, County Fermanagh, and brother to the late Bishop of Kilmore. Dr LLoyd died 24 Nov. 1837, and was succeeeded by his eldest son, REV. HUMPHREY LLOYD, Doctor of Divinity, Fellow of the Royal Society, of Victoria Castle, Killancy, County Dublin, born 16 April, 1800 ; Scholar of Trinity College Dublin 1819, Fellow 1824, and Provost 1867. He was the author of the Wave Theory of Light, and several other scientific works. In 1874 received the order ” Pour le Merite ” from the German Emperor, was also President Royal Irish Academy. He married 14 July, 1840, Dorothea Maria Redfoord (who died 21 April, 1905), only daughter of Rev. James Bulwer, Rector of Hungworth, County Norfolk; and sister of James Bulwer, late Member of Parliament Cambridge ; and died without issue 17 Jan. 1881, and was succeeeded by his nephew.  

LLOYD OF ROCKVILLE.

WILLIAM LLOYD, of Rockville, Drumsna, County Roscommon, Justice of the Peace. And Deputy Lieutenant, High Sheriff 1889, late Captain and Honorable Major. 5th Battalion Connaught Rangers, born 8 July, 1858 ; married 28 Jan. 1884, May Brodribb (who died 25 July, 1907), daughter of Major William Lancelot Hutchinson, by Louisa his wife, daughter of Captain Samuel Bush Brodribb, 2nd son of William Brodribb, Justice of the Peace., of Gamely House and Stantonwick, County Somerset, and has isuse, 1. WILLIAM HUTCHINSON, late Lieutenant 6th Battalion King’s Royal Rifle Corps, High Sheriff County Roscommon 1909, born 2 April, 1885. 2. Coote Richard Fitzgerald, 6. 2 July, 1887. 1. Gwendoline Elizabeth May.

Lineage. OWEN LLOYD, High Sheriff of County Roscommon 1719, born 1660 ; married 12 Jan. 1703, Susanna, daughter of Thomas Yeadon, of Castlerea, County Roscommon, and had issue, 1. OWEN, his heir. 1. Isabella, married Lewis Hicks. 2. Mary, married Thomas LMgby, of Drundaff, County Roscommon. 3. Sarah. The only son, OWEN LLOYD, of Carrickena, now Rockville, County Roscommon, High Sheriff 1751, born 22 May, 1714; died 1778; married 1st, 19 April, 1740, Susannah, daughter and co-heir of Richard Blackburne, of Carrickena, and had issue. He married 2ndly, 8 Dec. 1770, Anne, widow of William Devenish, of Rush Hill, daughter of Francis Fetherston, of Whiterock, County Longford . The children of the 1st wife were, 1. Owen, of Grange, High Sheriff 1775, born 7 March, 1743 ; died in the lifetime of the father 21 Feb. 1777 ; married 4 Aug. 1770, Emily, daughter and co-heir of Edward Nicholson, of Primrose Grange, County Sligo, and left two sons, i. Owen, of Rockville, will dated 5 Feb., 2 Both at Lisbon. 18 Sept. 1795, proved 4 March, 1796, unmarried 2. WILLIAM, who succeeeded his nephew. 3. John Yeadon, of Anneville, County Roscommon, High Sheriff 1786, will dated 9 Dec. 1797, proved Jan. 1798 ; married Catherine, daughter of John Crofton, of Lissadorn/ County Roscommon, and had issue, i. Owen, of Lissadorn, Deputy Lieutenant, w. Harriet, daughter of Arthur French, of French Park, and left with other issue, Morgan George (Sir), Knight Commander of the Royal Order of Bath 1911, Companion of the Order of Bath 1897, Colonel 3rd Battalion Royal Irish Rifles, Justice of the Peace., County Wexford born 1843, married 1870, Emily Olivia, daughter Of Thomas Bell, of Brook Hill, County Wexford, and has issue. 2. Thomas. 3. John Yeadon. 1. Anne. 2. Susanna, m. William Lloyd 3. Anne Catherine. 4. Thomas (Rev.), married Dorothy, daughter of Thomas Digby, of Drumdaff, County Roscommon, and had issue, Owen, of Fairview, married Eliza, daughter of Benjamin Bunbury, of Kilkenny, and had issue, (i) Thomas William, (i) Jane. (2) Dorothea. 1. Mary, married Thomas George Digby, of Drumdaff. 2. Susanna, married Garret Parkinson, Surgeon Clare Militia. 1. Jane, married 21 May, 1768, William Phibbs, of Hollybrook, County Sligo. 2. Susanna, ;. 9 Oct. 1767, William Handcock, Member of Parliament for Athlone 1761-76. 3. Mary, married 13 Nov. 1781, Gilbert Ormsby, of Grange, County Roscommon. 4. Sarah, married Rev. William Thompson. 5. Abigail, married Jan. 1779, Rev. William Phibbs, of Abbeyville, County Sligo. 6. Anne, married 10 June, 1777, John Armstrong, of Bellevue, King’s County The 2nd son, WILLIAM LLOYD, of Rockville, High Sheriff 1800, born 21 Jan. 1748 ; died 1818 ; in. 7 Dec. 1771, Mary Hampton, daughter of Sacheverel Jones, by his wife Jane Hampton, of Henlys, Beaumaris, and had issue, 1. OWEN, his heir. 2. William, married Susanna, daughter of Owen Lloyd, of Lissadorn. 3. Thomas Jonas. 1. Mary Hampton, married 1799, Coote Mulloy, of Hughestown, County Roscommon 2. Susanna. 3. Jane. 4. Sarah, married 3 May, 1810, Molloy McDermott Roe. 5. Emma. 6. Emily. The elder son, OWEN LLOYD, of Rockville, High Sheriff 1818, Lieut.-Col. Roscommon Militia, born 7 March, 1774 ; died 12 April, 1840 ; married 31 Dec. 1801, Catherine, daughter of Col. Richard Pennefather, of New Park, County Tipperary, and had issue, 1. WILLIAM, his heir. 2. Richard Pennefather, Master of Arts (Dublin), Barrister, married 22 June, 1833, Catherine, daughter of James Kelly, and had issue, two daughters 3. Thomas, married and had issue. Matthew Pennefather, Major sgth Regiment, married Amy, daughter of Edward Morgan, and had one son and three daughters, i. Owen Edward Pennefather.Victoria Cross (1894), Companion of the Order of Bath (1910), Surgeon- Gen. A.M.S., born. 1 Jan. 1854 married Florence Maria, daughter of Richard Spread Morgan, of Bridestown, County Cork. 1. Maria Amelia, married 6 Feb. 1877, Rev. Daniel Gabbett Westropp, Master of Arts 2. Mary Hampton Wall, married Robert Harloe Fleming, Medical Doctor 3. Susan, married Mark Bloxham Cooper, Barrister. 5. Robert, married Frances, daughter of Daniel Kelly, of Cargins, County Roscommon, and had with other issue, died young, 1. Owen, married Josephine, widow of Mallon, daughter of Eakins, and has issue living three sons, (i) Owen Francis. (2) William. (3) Frederick. 2. Daniel Kelly, d. unmarried i. Mary Hampton, married Frederick Walter Franklin. 1. Mary, married Rev. William Wall. 2. Anna, married Benjamin Grant. 3. Catherine, married 31 Oct. 1835, Rev. James Wentworth Mansergh. The elder son, WILLIAM LLOYD, of Rockville, born 28 Feb. 1803 ; married 22 Sept. 1829, Anna, only daughter of Major Acheson Montgomery Moore, County Tyrone, descendant of Sir Archibald Acheson, 1st Baron Gosford, and died 7 Jan. 1870, leaving two sons, 1. OWEN RICHARD NATHANIEL, of whom presently. 2. Acheson Montgomery, born 26 Oct. 1831 ; married 18 Jan. 1865, Catherine, daughter of Rev. James Wentworth Mansergh, County Tipperary by his wife Catherine, daughter of Colonel Owen Lloyd, of Rockville , and has issue, one son, William Owen, born 29 July, 1866. The elder son, MAJOR OWEN RICHARD NATHANIEL LLOYD, 6. 7 July, 1830 ; married 20 Sept. 1855, Frances Maria, daughter of William Hutchinson, Doctor of Medicine, of Carrick-on-Shannon, by Mary Susanna his wife, daughter of Captain Coote Mulloy, Deputy Lieutenant, of Hughestown, County Roscommon. He died 17 Nov. 1863, having by her (who d. 2 Oct. 1885) had issue, 1. WILLIAM, now of Rockville. 2. John Charles, married Margaret, daughter of Waldron, and has issue, Owen John Montgomery. Frances Maria. 1. Anna Montgomery, married Rev. William Kennedy Brodribb, Bachelor of Arts, Rector of Putley, Herefordshire, and by him has issue, Owen Adams Kennedy, and Eanswith Alice Kennedy, dec.  

LLOYD OF STRANCALLY CASTLE.

The late GEORGE WHITELOCKE WHITELOCKE-LLOYD, of Strancally Castle, County: Waterford, and Calton, County York, Deputy Lieutenant W.R, of York, Justice of the Peace. for the former County and High Sheriff thereof 1859, born 30 May, 1830, educated at Trin. Coll. Camb. ; married 1st, 14 Sept. 1854, Selina Jane, daughter of Arthur Henry, of Lodge Park, County Kildare (and Eliza his wife, daughter of George Gunn, of Mount Kennedy, County Wicklow), and by her (who died 1 1 Jan. 1860) has issue, 1. WILLIAM WHITELOCKE, of Glandore, County Cork, late Lieutenant 24th Regt, born 5 May, 1856 ; married 25 June, 1885, Catherine Anna Mona, daughter of Very Rev. Henry William Brougham, Doctor of Divinty, Dean of Lismore, and died 24 Nov. 1897, leaving issue, PERCY GAMALIEL, Lieutenant. (on probation) 6th Battalion. Leinster Regiment., born 7 Aug. 1890. Winifred Lucy Selina, born 23 May, 1886. 1. Eveline Selina, married 1st, John William Williams ; 2ndly, 29 June, 1910, Samuel Bright Willioms, of Wilcot, Broadstairs. 2. Augusta Frances Jane, married 1st, 14 July, 1898, Robert Barlow, M.R.C.S., of Orlebar, St. Peter’s, Kent; 2ndly, 4 Jan. 1910, John Gordon Davis, of Parkville, Ramsgate. 3. Selina Mary, married 1st, Matthew Manton ; 2ndly, 8 April, 1905, Kenlm Digby, of The Limes, St. Peter’s, Ramsgate. Mr,- Lloyd married 2ndly, 7 Feb.: 1861, Lady Anne Margaret Butler, 2nd daughter of Richard Somerset, 3rd Earl of Carrick. She died without issue15 May, 1901. He took by Royal Licence, 1880, the additional surname and arms of WHITELOCKE. He married 3rdly, 3 Nov. 1904, Anna Maria (now of Strancally Castle), of Buttevant Castle, County Cork, only surviving daughter of the late George Wheeler Bennett, of Ashbrook, County Limerick, and 14 May, 1910. Lineage. GAMALIEL LLOYD, of Mattersey, County Nottingham, died Nov. 1661, leaving issue by his wife, Arrae Briggs, of Wigan, County Lancaster, 1. GEORGE, his heir. 2. Gamaliel. 3. William, whose representatives are now the BOOTHS of Glendon, County Northants. 4. John. 1. Anne, married Joseph Smethurst, and had a numerous posterity. The eldest son, GEORGE LLOYD, born 1650, settled at Manchester, and died 1728, leaving by his wife, Martha Whittaker, of Newton Heath, County Lancaster, an only surviving child, GAMALIEL LLOYD, of Manchester, merchant and manufacturer, died 1749, leaving by Elizabeth his wife, daughter and co-heir of John Carte, Bachelor of Medicine, of Manchester, who died 30 Sept. 1763, an only child, GEORGE LLOYD, M.A. Cantab, Fellow of the Royal Society, Deputy Lieutenant for West Riding of York, who purchased Hulme Hall, near Manchester, and resided at Barrowby, near Leeds, where he died 4 Dec. 1783. He married 1st, Eleanor, daughter of Henry Wright, of Offerton, County Chester (by Purefoy his wife, daughter of Sir Willoughby Aston, Bart.), and by her had an only child, 1. JOHN, Fellow of the Royal Society, of Snitterfield, married Anne, daughter and heir of James Hibbins, M.D., and had issue, 1. GEORGE, of Welcombe House, County Warwick, High Sheriff 1806, born 7 March, 1768 ; died unmarried July, 1831. 2. JOHN GAMALIEL, Bencher of the Middle Temple, succeeeded his brother in Welcombe House, High Sheriff County Warwick 1832; died unmarried 1837. 1. Charlotte, married 4 May, 1802, Rev. Thomas Warde. 2. Purefoy, died unmarried Mr. Lloyd married 2ndly, Susannah, daughter of Thomas Horton, of Chadderton, County Lancaster, sometime Governor of the Isle of Man under the Earl of Derby, and father of Sir William Horton, Bart., and had issue, 2. GAMALIEL, his heir. 3. GEORGE 4. Thomas, of Horsforth Hall. 1. Susannah, married Rev. Henry Wray, and has two sons and a daughter 2. Elizabeth, married 1780, Thomas Bateson, and had an only son, Robert, created a Baronet. The eldest son of the 2nd marriage, GAMALIEL LLOYD, Alderman of Leeds, and Mayor 1799, born 26 May, 1744, resided at Bury St. Edmunds, and afterwards in Great Ormond Street, London, where he died 31 Aug. 1817. By his wife Elizabeth (married about 1780 or 1781), daughter of James Attwood, he had issue, with two daughters, Mary Horton, married Stephen John Winthrop, Doctor of Medicine ; Anne Susannah, married Leonard Homer, Fellow of the Royal Society, an only son, WILLIAM HORTON LLOYD, F.L.S., possessor of estates in Counties York, Lancaster, and Derby, born 10 Feb. 1784 ; married 13 April, 1826, Mary (who died 18 Feb. 1882), 6th and youngest daughter of George Whitelocke,. of Seymour Place, Bryanston Square, London, and Fortoiseau, near Paris (a great-grandson of Sir Bulstrode Whitelocke), by Mary his wife, daughter of David Roche, Alderman of Limerick, and died 18 Feb. 1849, having had issue, Gamaliel, born 12 June, 1827 ; died 6 Nov. 1830 ; and the late GEORGE WHITELOCKE WHITELOCKE-LLOYD, of Strancally Castle. FAMILY OF WHITELOCKE.

Lineage. JOHN WHITELOCKE, of an old Berkshire family possessed for several generations of a considerable property in Berksas well as in Counties Oxford and Buckingham, was living in the reign of HENRY VI, and married 1459, Agnes, only daughter and heir of ROBERT DE LA BECHE (the last male descendant of the De la Beche family of County Buckingham, whose progenitor WILLIAM DE LA BECHE is mentioned in deeds of 15 and 31 HENRY III), and was succeeeded by his son, WILLIAM WHITELOCKE, living 1509, who left by his Wife, whose name was Cowdry, a son, RICHARD WHITELOCKE, living. By his wife, who was of the family of Grove, near Funge?, he had issue, 1. William (Rev.), Fellow and Vice-Provost of King’s Coll. Camb., Vicar of Frescott, diocese of Chester, and Canon of Lichfield, died unmarried at Lichfield, aged 5o years. 2. John, married at 45 years of age the daughter of Planer, of Okingharn, County Berks, who was then aged 17, and had, 1. William, Lord of the Manor of Beches, County Berks, and Beches-Lands, County Oxford, married Ursula, daughter of George Beresford, by Mary his wife, daughter of John Colte, and had a son, William., Lord of the Manor of Beches, at Visitation, Bucks, 1634. 2. John, one of the King’s household in the Vafery, married the widow of his kinsman, Rev. William Whitelocke, Vicar of Sunning. 3. De la Eeche, living 1634. 3. Heirom, who died aged over 60 years, leaving a son, William (Rev.), Master of Arts, Oxford, Vicar of Sunning, and Prebendary of Wells and Lichfield, left by his wife (who m. 2ndly, John Whitelocke, of the King’s household) a son, William, living 1634. 4. RICHARD, ancestor of the line treated of here. Mr. Whitelocke was party to deeds made 10 HENRY VII and i HENRY VIII. His youngest son, RICHARD WHITELOCKE, of London, was born at Beches about 1533, became a Merchant, and was made free of the ” Merchant Adventurers.” He married 7 Feb. 1563, Joan, daughter of John Colte, County Hertford, and widow of Mr. Brockhurst, of London, Merchant (who died of the plague, 5 Queen ELIZABETH), by whom (who married 2ndly, Thomas Price, of London, Merchant, and died 21 Feb. 1606) he had issue, 1. Edmund, born 10 Feb. 1564, Captainof Infantry, served in Provence. Was indicted of high treason with Robert, ist Earl of Essex, but was discharged ; accused of being concerned in the Gunpowder Plot, 1605 ; died without issue1608. 2. Richard of Elbing, in Spruceland, Sweden, born 28 Dec. 1565, sent to Dantzic at the age of 16 ; married Katherine Dambits, of Elbing, and died 1624, leaving with two daughters., Katherine, married Smith, of Clundby, and another married Captain Potley, as many sons, 1. James, born in Elbing 1608. 2. John, born in Elbing about 1614, father of John Jacob Whitelooke, born 1657, whose son, Clement, married Marie Behmer de Metzdorph, and had three sons, 1. John, born 13 Sept. 1744, Major in the service of the King of Sweden, and Knight of the Order of the Sword ; m. Marie Lindmark, and was killed by a canon ball while commanding a ship of the line against Russia, 3 June, 1790, leaving one son, Charles Otto, Aide-de-Camp to the King of Sweden, born 27 Sept. 1/89, and died at Florence, Italy, about 1840 ; 2. Paul, Major in the Artillery of Sweden, Knight of the Sword, born 1748, d. unmarried 1810 ; 3. Charles, born 1754, married Sophie Lindmark, and died 1780, leaving a son, Gustave, born 1/76, who left Sweden, and has never since been heard of. 3. William, born posthumous 28 Nov. 1570, entered the military service ; served under Sir Francis Drake, and was slain in a fight with the Spaniards 1597. 4. JAMES (Sir), twin with William, of whom hereafter. Mr. Whitelocke d. at Bordeaux, 7 Nov. 1570. His youngest son, SIR JAMES WHITELOCKE, Knight, of Fawley Court, County Buckingham, Justice of the Peace. of that County and County Oxford, was born posthumous, a twin with his brother William, in St. Thomas’s Street, St. Dunstan-inthe- East, London. He was educated as St. John’s Coll. Oxford, of which he was elected a Fellow Nov. 1589. Admitted to the Middle Temple 2 March, 1592 ; called to the Bar Aug. 1600 ; appointed Chief Justice of Chester 14 June, 1620 ; Serjeant-at-Law iSth same month ; knighted at Thoebalds 29 Oct. 1620 ; and sworn hi a Justice of the King’s Bench 18 Oct. 1624. Sir James m. 9 Sept. 1602, ELIZABETH BULSTRODK (6. 31 July, 1575 ‘, d. 2S May, 1631), dau. of Edward Bulstrode, of Hedgeley BuMrodc, County Buckingham, by Cicely his wife, sister of Sir John Croke, Knight of Chilton, County Buckingham, M.P., Speaker of Queen ELIZABETH’S last Parliament, and Justice of the King’s Bench, and grand-dau. of Thomas Bulstrode, of Hedgeley Bulstrode. By her he had issue, 1. BULSTRODE (Sir), his heir. 2. James, born 17 May, 1612 ; died before 1610. 1. Elizabeth, ‘born 6 Oct. 1603 ; . 24 May, 1623, Sir Thomas Mostyn, Knight of Mostyn, and was mother of Sir Roger Mostyn, ist bart. of Mostyn. 2. Mary, born 17 May, 1606 ; d. 5 June, i5n. 3. Cicely, born 10 March, 1607 ; 3 July, 1632, Edward Dixon, of Hilden ih-Tunbridge, County Cambridge. 4. Joan, born 6 Aug. 1609 ; died at Beaconsikld, 8 May, 1610. Sir James d. 22 June, 1632, and was succeeded bv his son, SIR BULSTRODE WHIIELOCKE, Knight of Fawley Court, and of Chilton Lodge, County Wilts, created by CHRISTINA, Queen of Sweden, a Knight of the Order of Amaranth, born 6 Aug. 1605. Entered Oxford University at sixteen, the Middle Temple at eighteen, and was admitted a barrister 1626. He was Member of Parliament for Stafford 1629, for Great Marlow 1640, for Oxford 165.1, and for County Buckingham 1656. In 1632 he was appointed Recorder of Abingdon, and was deputed 1642 on the breaking out of the Civil War, to prevent the execution of a Royal array in County Oxford. In 1644 he was member of the commission to treat with the King, and a Commissioner of the Admiralty 1645. He garrisoned Phyllyscourt against the King 1646. Was appointed one of the Commissioners of the Great Seal 2 March, 1648 ; Serjeant-at-Law, 2 Oct. following ; and was sent by OLIVER CROMWELL as Ambassador to Sweden 2 Sept. 16*3, which post he resigned in 1654. He was summoned to OLIVER CROWWELL’S ” Other House ” by writs, n Dec. 1655, and ii Dec. 1656, and was created a Viscount by a patent, dated 21 Aug. 1657. After the death of CROMWELL, ‘he was appointed, 27 Oct. 1659, one of the Committee of safety for the Preservation of the Peace; and the same year was made First Commissioner of the Great Seal. At the Restoration he retired from public life, and was granted a free pardon by CHARLES II, and presented by His Majesty with his Coronation Bible and Prayer Book. Sir Bulstrode married 1st, June, 1630, Rebecca, daughter of Alderman Thomas Bennett, of London, by whom (who died 16 May, 1634) he had a son, 1. James (Sir), of Trompington, born 13 July, 1631, Colonel of Horse, knighted by OLIVER CROMWELL, 6 Jan. 1650, Member of Parliament County Oxford, 12 July, 1654 ; married Mercy, daughter and co-heir of George Pyke, of Trompington, County Cambridge, and died Oct. 1701, leaving, 1. Bulstrode, aged about 40 in 1696, d. unmarried 2. George, unmarried 1703. 3. James Bulstrode, unmarried 1703. Sit Bulstrode married 2ndly, 10 Nov. 1634, Hon. Frances Willoughby, daughter of William, 3rd Lord Willoughby, of Parham, by whom (who died 16 May, 1649) he had issue, 2. William (Sir), Knight of Phyllyscourt, Henley-on-Thames, County Oxford, bapt. 28 Dec. 1636, Barrister of the Middle Temple, Member of Parliament for Wenlock, knighted at Whitehall, 10 April, 1689 ; married Mary, daughter of Sir Thomas Overbury, Knight of Burton-upon-the-Hill, County Gloucester ; and died Nov. 1717, having had issue, 1. Overbury, d. unmarried Dec. 1693. 2. William, of the Middle Temple, married Anne, daughter of Edward Nowell, Secretary to the ‘Excise Commissioners ; and died 27 July, 1709, having had an only daughter Anne, d.ied April, 1699. 3. Bulstrode, died unmarried 4. James, d. unmarried Feb. 1677. 1. Anne, married 1681, Sir Thomas Noel, 3rd Baronet of Kirby Mallory ; and died 8 Jan. 1737. 2. Mary, married William Harmar, of the Middle Temple, gentleman. 3. Frances, d. unmarried June, 1680. 4. Hester, married Edward Sherwood, of Henreth, County Berks. 5. Dorothy, died unmarried March, 1721. 6. Elizabeth, married William Wiseman, of Sparsholt Court, County Berks. 7. Henrietta, died Oct. 1710. 8. Diana. 3. Willoughby, born 1626 ; died unmarried 4. Bulstrode, born 1648 ; d. unmarried 1. Frances, baptized 30 Dec. 1635. 2. Elizabeth, baptized 11 Jan. 1637. 3. Mary, baptized 4 April, 1639 married George Nevill, of Sheffield Park, County Sussex, and was mother of George, Lord Abergavenny. 4. Cicely, bapt. 9 Jan. 1641. 5. Hester, baptized. Aug. 1642 ; marriedn Mr. Seawen, a Welshman. 6. Anne, married Abraham Hill, of Shilton, County Devon. Sir Bulstrode married 3rdly, Sept. 1650, Mary Carleton, of Surrey, widow of Rowland Wilson, by whom he had further issue, 5. Samuel, of Chilton Foliatt, County Wilts, born 1651 ; married Elizabeth, daughter of Robert Gough, of Vernham Dean, County Southampton ; and died May, 1690, leaving by her (who d. Oct. 1702) two sons and as many daughters, 1. Samuel, of Chilton Foliatt, baptized 23 Dec. 1675 ; Elizabeth Trotman, who died without issue April, 1700 ; and 2ndly, at Westminster Abbey, 6 Feb. 1703, Katharine, daughter of John Dolben, and grand-daughter. of Most Rev. John Dolben, Doctor of Divinity, Archbishop of York ; and died April, 1743, leaving by her (who died Oct. 1722), twelve children) John, of Chilton Foliatt, sold the estate, and died unmarried (2) Samuel, died unmarried 1741. (3) Gilbert, died 1741. (1) Katherine, born 9 Nov. 1703 ; died unmarried (2) Anne, married Rev. Mr. Gifford, Rector of Nufford, County Oxford. (3) Elizabeth, born 1706 ; died 30 Oct. 1777. (4) Necettie, born 1709 ; died 26 April, 1781. (5) Mary, born 1711 ; died unmarried 25 April, 1802. (6) Henrietta, born 1714 ; died 21 Dec. 1797. (7) Mulso,born. 1715 ; died 15 Dec. 1812. (8) Charlotte, married Charles Garrard. (9) Judith, born 1722 ; died 26 Aug. 1807. 2. Bulstrode, of Everleigh, County Wilts, born 1678, whose will is dated 26 Aug. 1732 ; died without issue . Frances, married”Walltter Parker, of Highworth. 2. Mary. 6. CARLETON, of whom hereafter. 7. Stephen, a Six-Clerk in Chancery, died without issue 8. Bigley, born 6 Nov. 1653 ; died May, 1686. 9. John, born 26 Sept. 1656. 7. trances, born 17 May, 1655 ; married Sept. 1672, Sir Francis Pile, 4th Baronet. of Compton Beauchamp, 8. Rebecca, born 7 May, 1658. Sir Bulstrode died 1675, and was buried at Chilton Foliatt, near Hungerford, County Wilts, which place he had purchased, 1660. His sixth son, CARLETON WHITELOCKE, of Hersham, County Surrey, and Salisbury Square, London, baptized 21 June, 1652 ; married 1st, Katherine, daughter of Sir Andrew Henley, 1st bart. of Henley, who died 1637, leaving four daughters, 1. Ruth. 2. Katharine, born 1683. 3. Elizabeth, born Sept. 1687. 4. Mary, married William Russell, of Fleet Street, London. Mr. Carleton Whitelocke, married 2ndly, Mary, daughter of Herbert Alwyn, of London, Merchant, and widow of Thomas Mitchell, of Greyford, County Kent, by whom he had another daughter Agnes de la Beche, born Aug. 1700, and d. Dec. next year, and a son, his successor, JOHN CARLETON WHITELOCKE, of Priorswood, County Dublin, baptized 29 Sept. 1699, joined the Army as Ensign, 29 Sept. 1719, and was afterwards Major in Col. Burrell’s Regt. He married 15 April, 1725, Anne, daughter of George Roche, of St. Mary’s, Limerick, Member of Parliament for that city, and had issue, 1. GEORGE, his successor. 2. Bulstrode, born Feb. 1726 ; died 1736. 1. Anne, d. unmarried 2. Frances, died 1748. 3. Katherine, married Walter Bermingham ; and died 15 Dec. 1769. Major Whitelocke died 4 July, 1776. His only surviving son, GEORGE WHITELOCKE, of Wokingham, County Berks, Gloucester Place, London, and Fortoiseau, near Paris, was baptized at St. Thomas’s Church, Dublin, 4 May, 1750, and eventually became heir male of SIR BULSTRODE WHITELOCKE. He married Mary, daughter of David Roche, Limerick, and aunt of Sir David Roche, 1st Baronet of Carass, and died 12 Jan. 1831, having had issue, 1. BULSTRODE, his heir, died without issue1867.JAMES, of Amboise, Touraine, France, heir to his brother, died unmarried 30 Nov. 1879. George, of Harewood Square, London, died unmarried 24 June, 1879. 4. De la Beche, baptized 16 Sept. 1791 ; died unmarried 1858. 1. Henrietta, born 1785 ; died Sept. 1790. 2. Anne, died unmarried 1856. 3. Georgina, died unmarried 1835. 4. Frances, died unmarried Dec. 1861. 6. MARY WHITELOCKE, born 12 Aug. 1797 ; married 13 April, 1826, WILLIAM HORTON LLOYD, of Calton, County York, by whom (born 10 Feb. 1784 ; died 18 Feb. 1849) she left at her decease (18 Feb. 1882) one surviving son, GEORGE WHITELOCKE WHITELOCKE-LLOYD, late of Strancally Castle, who, on the death of his maternal uncle, James Whitelocke, having become representative of the WHITELOCKE family, assumed by Royal Licence, dated 13 Jan. 1880, the additional surname and arms of WHITELOCKE.

Mottoes

  • I Dduw bo’r dio/ch. To God be thanks.
  • A vino duw derwd. When God willeth He will come.
  • Auxilium meum a Domino. My help is from the Lord.
  • Dial gwaed Cumru. Welsh blood will revenge.
  • Eo altius quo prof undius. The higher the deeper.
  • Esto vigilans. Be vigilant.
  • Fide et fortitudine. With faith and fortitude.
  • Gwell angau na cywilydd. Better death than shame.
  • Heb Dduw heh ddim, Duw a digon. Without God without anything, God is enough.
  • llwy peri clod na go!ad. Fame lasts longer than riches.
  • Jure, non dono. By right, not by gift.
  • Nec timet, nec tumet. He is neither timid nor arrogant.
  • Respice, prospice. Look backward and forward.
  • Retinens vestigia famat. Keeping in the footsteps of good report.
  • Retinens vestigia fames. Still treading in the footsteps of an honourable ancestry.
  • Spectemur agendo. Let us be viewed by our actions.
  • Touts jours prest. Always ready
  • Fiat justitia, mat coelum. “Let justice be done though the heavens fall.”

Grantees

  • Lloyd, . . . ., of Cynfell, co. Merioneth, Wales, 1784. (Berry’s Appx.)
  • Lloyd to Topp, Richard, of Shrewsbury, Shropsh., [1778] Vol. XIV, fol. 44.
  • Lloyd, Frances, late wife of Bamford-IIesketh, of Whales (heiress of Gwyrch
  • Castle), 1810, Vol. XXV, fol. 382.
  • Lloyd, late Ellis, . . . ., of Wales. (Match), [1815] Vol. XXVIII, fol. 326.
  • Lloyd, ….. M.P., of Lancing, co. Sussex, [1831] Vol. XXXVIIl, fol. 292.
  • Lloyd„ [Charlotte, dau. of Martin Allen Lloyd, deed, and wife of Thomas Robarts,
  • of Loudon, 12 June 1821. Misc. G. et H., 4th S., V, pp. 46 and 47.]
  • granti;p:s of Aims, 1G87—189S. 231
  • Lloyd after Carh, Lieut.-Col., Militia, of Lancing, co. Sussex, [1855] Vol. LL
  • fol. 26L
  • Lloyd, ….. Baron Mostyn [1831], of co. Flint, Wales. [Snniame and]
  • Arms [of Mostvn] ami Additional Crest, [1832] Vol. XXXIX, fol. 50.
  • Supporters, Vol”. XXXIX, fol. 52.
  • Lloyd-Mostyn, Edward, son of Baron Mostvn, of co. Flint, Wales, [1832] Vol.
  • XXXIX, fol. 55.
  • Lloyd to Philipps, John, of Dale Castle, Wales. [1833] Vol. XXXIX, fol. 224.
  • Lloyd„ to Philipps, Col. James, [1833] Vol. XXXIX, fol. 226.
  • Lloyd-Ansthctuer, of co. Suffolk, [1837] Vol. XLII, fol. 146.
  • Lloyd to Dlppa , of Cheuev Longville and Wiustauston, Shropsb., [1837]
  • Vol. XLII, fol. 251.
  • Lloyd, Sir William. Knt. [1838], Major [E.I.C.S.], of Brvneston, co. Denbigh,
  • Wales (s. of Richard Middleton Massio Llovd), [1838]” Vol. XLIII, fol. 269.
  • Lloyd„ . . . ., of Chester, late B.C.S., [1843] Vol.’XLVII, fol. 26.
  • Lloyd„ Capt , of Chester, Capt., Indian Arniv, and oHiciatiug Surveyor-
  • General, India, [1846] Vol. XLVIIL fol. l”88.
  • Lloyd after Davis, . . . ., of co. Cardigan, Wales, and the Inner Temple, Loudon,
  • [1848] Vol. XLVIII, fol. 440.
  • Lloyd-Koberts, …. (Roberts Arms illegit.), of Lauglej Farm, Stantou Lacy,
  • Shropsb., [1854] Vol. LI, fol. 45.
  • Lloyd, Capt. (Mil.) John, of Bank House, Church Strctton, Shropsb., [ISoo]
  • Vol. LI, fol. 345.
  • Lloyd to Yarburgii, George John, of Heslington Hall and Lingcroft Lodge,
  • CO. York, [1857 ?] Vol. LI I, fol. 185.
  • Lloyd, Sir Martiu O. M. [Sir Thomas Davies Llovd?], Bart. [21 Jan. 1863, of
  • Bronwydd, co. Cardigan], of Wales. [? Arms, 1862] Vol. LIV, fol. 346.
  • Lloyd-Graeme, Yarburgh Graeme, of co. York, [1867] Vol. LVI, fol. 254.
  • Lloyd, late Hixde, Jacob Youde William, of co. Essex, and Clochfaen, co. Montgomery,
  • 26 Dec. 1868, Vol. LVII, fol. 100 {sec Powys-Land Club, XL,
  • p. 13)”.
  • Lloyd, Joseph Skipp, M.A., of St. John’s Coll., Oxf., and Inner Temple, London ;
  • of Flaxley Gr[ange], Fl[axley] Abinghall, co. Glouc., Adj. to Hon. Corps
  • Gent.-at-Arras, [1869] Vol. LVII, fol. 194.
  • Lloyd„ George William, of Stockton Hall, co. York, 1895,* Vol. LXVIII, fol. 245.
  • Lloyd„ Thomas Edward J., of Aberdeen, and co. Carmarthen, Wales, Bar.-at-Law, of
  • Lincoln’s Inn, London, 1881, Vol. LXI, fol. 191. (Berry’s .Siippl.)
  • Lloyd-Verney, Lieut.-Col. G. H., of Clochfaen, Llanweig, co. Montgomery,
  • 1888, Vol. LXIV, fol. 200.
  • Lloyd, Henry (s. of Richard Harman Lloyd), of Pitsford Hall, co. Northampton,
  • 1899, Vol. LXX, fol. 334.
  • Lloyd, Samuel Jones, of co. Norihamptou, and Wales, [1835] Vol. XL, fol 366 ; Baron Overstone [1850]. Supporters, [1850] Vol. XLIX, fol. 288.
  • Lloyd before Lindsay (afterwards Baron Wantage [1885] ), of co. Northampton,
  • and Scotland, [1858] Vol. LlII, fol. 44.

Notables

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  • Alice Spencer Geddes Lloyd (1876–1962), American social reformer
  • Andrew Lloyd Webber, Baron Lloyd-Webber (born 1948), English composer of musical theatre
  • Anthony Lloyd (born 1984), English footballer
  • Benjamin Lloyd (1839–?), American Civil War Medal of Honor recipient
  • Bill Lloyd, American soccer coach
  • Blake Lloyd, Canadian engineer
  • Bobby Lloyd (c.1888–1930), Welsh international rugby union player
  • Cariad Lloyd, British actress
  • Carli Lloyd (born 1982), American soccer player
  • Carli Lloyd (born 1989), American volleyball player
  • Charles W. Lloyd (1915–1999, educationalist and headmaster of Dulwich College
  • Cher Lloyd (born 1993), English singer
  • Christopher Lloyd (born 1938), American character actor
  • Clive Lloyd (born 1944), West Indian cricketer
  • Colin Lloyd (born 1973], English darts player
  • Daniel Lloyd (born 1980), English professional road racing cyclist
  • Daniel Lloyd (born 1982), bilingual Welsh actor and singer-songwriter
  • Daniel Lloyd (born 1992), British racing car driver
  • Daniel B. Lloyd, U.S. Navy admiral
  • Danielle Lloyd (born 1983), British glamour model
  • Danny Lloyd (born 1973), American child actor
  • David Lloyd (born 1948), former professional tennis player and founder of the David Lloyd Tennis Clubs
  • David Lloyd George, 1st Earl Lloyd George of Dwyfor (1863–1945), British politician and Prime Minister
  • Dennis Lloyd (born 1993), Israeli singer and music producer
  • Dennis Lloyd, Baron Lloyd of Hampstead (1915–1992), British jurist and peer
  • Edward Lloyd (died 1713) coffeehouse owner (see also below for Lloyd’s)
  • Major General Edward Lloyd (Colonial Governor), governor of Maryland Colony 1709–1714
  • Edward Lloyd (1744–1796), Maryland delegate to the Continental Congress
  • Edward Lloyd (1779–1834), governor of Maryland in the United States 1809–1811
  • Edward Lhuyd (1660–1709), Welsh naturalist, botanist, linguist, geographer and antiquary
  • Elizabeth Jane Lloyd (1928–1995), British artist
  • Errol Lloyd (born 1943), Jamaican-born artist, writer and art critic
  • Etta Belle Lloyd (1860–1929), American civic leader
  • Frank Lloyd (1886–1960), English/American film director and producer
  • Frank Lloyd (born 1952), British horn player and teacher
  • Frank Lloyd III (1929–1995), Australian actor
  • Frank Lloyd Wright (1867–1959), American architect
  • Gareth David-Lloyd (born 1981), Welsh actor
  • Gaylord Lloyd (1888–1943), American actor
  • Genevieve Lloyd (born 1941), Australian philosopher and feminist
  • Geoffrey Lloyd (1902–1984), British Conservative politician
  • Geoff Lloyd, (born 1973), British radio DJ
  • George Lloyd (1913–1998), British late-Romantic composer
  • George Ambrose Lloyd, 1st Baron Lloyd (1879–1941), British High Commissioner of Egypt
  • George Lloyd (bishop of Chester) (1561–1615), Welsh Anglican bishop
  • George Lloyd (bishop of Saskatchewan) (1861–1940), Anglican minister and theologian
  • Gordon W. Lloyd (1832–1905), English/American architect
  • Gweneth Lloyd (1901–1993), cofounder of Royal Winnipeg Ballet
  • Harold Lloyd (1893–1971), American actor and filmmaker known for his silent film comedies
  • Henry Lloyd (governor) (1852–1920), governor of Maryland
  • Henry Lloyd (soldier) (c. 1718–1783), Welsh army officer and military writer
  • Henry Demarest Lloyd (1847–1903), American journalist
  • Henry J. Lloyd (1794–1853), English amateur cricketer
  • Henry Lloyd (priest) (1911–2001), Anglican priest
  • H. S. Lloyd (1887–1963), British dog breeder
  • Jake Lloyd (born 1989), American actor
  • Jess Lloyd (born 1995), British swimmer
  • Jessica Raine (born 1982), real name Jessica Lloyd, English actress
  • Jim Lloyd (born 1954), Australian politician
  • John Lloyd (born 1954), British tennis player
  • John Lloyd (born 1943), former head coach to Wales national rugby union team
  • Julian Lloyd Webber (born 1951), composer, cellist & brother of Andrew Lloyd Webber
  • Larry Lloyd (born 1948), English footballer
  • Llewellyn Lloyd (1877–1958), Welsh international rugby union player
  • Lucy Lloyd (1834–1914) was the creator along with Wilhelm Bleek of the 19th century archive of ǀxam and !kun texts
  • Lulu Hull Lloyd, namesake of California Institute of Technology’s Lloyd House
  • Mary Helen Wingate Lloyd (1868–1934), American horticulturist
  • Marie Lloyd (1870–1922), music hall singer
  • Matthew Lloyd (born 1978), Australian rules footballer and Coleman Medallist
  • Nicholas Lloyd (born 1942), British journalist
  • Norman Lloyd (1914–2017), American actor, producer and director
  • Norman Lloyd (1895–1983), Australian landscape painter
  • Norman Lloyd (1909–1980), American composer and pianist
  • Percy Lloyd (1871–1959), Wales national rugby player
  • Raymond Lloyd (born 1964), American professional wrestler better known as Glacier
  • Richard Lloyd (born 1951), American founding member of punk band Television
  • Richard Lloyd (born 1945), British driver and multiple racing team founder
  • Richard Hey Lloyd (born 1933), British organist and composer
  • Ridgway Robert Syers Christian Codner Lloyd (1842–1884), English physician and antiquary
  • Robert Lloyd (1733–1764), English poet and satirist
  • Robert Lloyd (born 1940), English bass, opera singer
  • Sabrina Lloyd (born 1970), American actor
  • Sam Lloyd (born 1963), American character actor and nephew of Christopher Lloyd
  • Sampson Lloyd, co-creator of Lloyds Bank, the first bank in Birmingham, England
  • Samuel Loyd (1841–1911), American puzzle author and recreational mathematician
  • Selwyn Lloyd, Baron Selwyn-Lloyd (1904–1978) British politician and general
  • Seth Lloyd (born 1960), professor of mechanical engineering at MIT
  • Seton Lloyd (1902–1996), British archaeologist
  • Sian Lloyd (born 1972), Welsh television news presenter
  • Siân Lloyd (born 1958), Welsh weather presenter
  • Terry Lloyd (1952–2003), British television journalist killed in Iraq
  • Tommy Lloyd (born 1974), American basketball coach

American Revolution Veterans

  • Baleman Lloyd enlisted December 14, 1778 in New Jersey; Rank of 1st Lieutenant
  • Bateman Lloyd enlisted April 1777 in New Jersey; Rank of 1st Lieutenant
  • Bateman Lloyd enlisted December 1777 in New Jersey; Rank of 1st Lieutenant
  • Bateman Lloyd enlisted December 31, 1775 in New Jersey; Rank of Lieutenant
  • Bateman Lloyd enlisted December 31, 1777 in New Jersey; Rank of Lieutenant
  • Bateman Lloyd enlisted in New Jersey; Rank of Captain
  • Bateman Lloyd enlisted July 1777 in New Jersey; Rank of 1st Lieutenant
  • Bateman Lloyd enlisted June 1777 in New Jersey; Rank of 1st Captain
  • Bateman Lloyd enlisted November 1777 in New Jersey; Rank of 1st Lieutenant
  • Bateman Lloyd enlisted October 1777 in New Jersey; Rank of 1st Lieutenant
  • Bateman Lloyd enlisted September 12, 1778 in New Jersey; Rank of 1st Lieutenant
  • Bateman Lloyd; Rank of Captain
  • Beckman Lloyd; Rank of Lieutenant
  • Charles Lloyd enlisted September 9, 1778 in Massachusetts
  • Cully William Lloyd enlisted in New Jersey
  • David Lloyd enlisted April 5, 1778 in New Jersey; Rank of Private
  • David Lloyd enlisted August 1778 in Pennsylvania; Rank of Ensign
  • David Lloyd enlisted February 2, 1778 in New Jersey
  • David Lloyd enlisted January 5, 1778 in New Jersey
  • David Lloyd enlisted July 20, 1775 in New Jersey; Rank of Private
  • David Lloyd enlisted June 1777 in New Jersey; Rank of Private
  • David Lloyd enlisted March 25, 1778 in New Jersey; Rank of Sergeant
  • David Lloyd enlisted May 1777 in New Jersey
  • David Lloyd enlisted May 1777 in New Jersey; Rank of Private
  • David Lloyd enlisted November 4, 1777 in New Jersey; Rank of Private
  • David Lloyd enlisted October 1777 in New Jersey; Rank of Private
  • Davis James Lloyd enlisted in New Jersey
  • Ebenezer Lloyd enlisted June 1778 in Massachusetts
  • Elijah Lloyd enlisted in New Jersey
  • Elisha Lloyd enlisted in New York
  • Farney George Lloyd enlisted in New Jersey
  • Geo Lloyd enlisted August 1777 in Virginia; Rank of Sergeant
  • Geo Lloyd enlisted July 1777 in Virginia; Rank of Ensign
  • Geo Lloyd enlisted July 1777 in Virginia; Rank of Sergeant
  • Geo Lloyd enlisted September 1, 1777 in Virginia; Rank of Sergeant
  • George Lloyd enlisted June 4, 1775 in Virginia; Rank of Private
  • Griffith William Lloyd enlisted in New Jersey
  • Jacob Lloyd enlisted in New Jersey; Rank of Sergeant
  • James Lloyd enlisted 1777 in New Jersey
  • James Lloyd enlisted April 4, 1778 in New York; Rank of Private
  • James Lloyd enlisted in Pennsylvania; Rank of 2nd Lieutenant
  • James Lloyd enlisted March 8, 1778 in New York; Rank of Drum and Fife
  • James Lloyd enlisted September 5, 1777 in New York; Rank of Fife
  • Jams Lloyd enlisted September 1, 1778 in New Hampshire; Rank of Drummer
  • Jas Lloyd enlisted 1777 in New Jersey
  • Jas Lloyd enlisted September 13, 1778; Rank of Private
  • Jna Lloyd enlisted December 16, 1778 in New Jersey; Rank of Private
  • Jno Lloyd enlisted April 29, 1777 in New York; Rank of Lieutenant
  • Jno Lloyd enlisted November 1777 in New Jersey
  • Jno Lloyd enlisted November 1778 in New Jersey; Rank of Private
  • John Lloyd enlisted 1776 in New York; Rank of 1st Lieutenant
  • John Lloyd enlisted April 1777 in New Jersey; Rank of Fife
  • John Lloyd enlisted April 5, 1778 in New Jersey; Rank of Drum and Fife
  • John Lloyd enlisted August 28, 1778 in New York; Rank of 1st Lieutenant
  • John Lloyd enlisted February 2, 1778 in New Jersey; Rank of Fife
  • John Lloyd enlisted February 4, 1778 in New Jersey, Rank of Private
  • John Lloyd enlisted in Massachusetts
  • John Lloyd enlisted in New Jersey; Rank of Private
  • John Lloyd enlisted in New Jersey; Rank of Sergeant
  • John Lloyd enlisted January 1778 in New Jersey; Rank of Fifer
  • John Lloyd enlisted January 31, 1775 in New Jersey; Rank of Private
  • John Lloyd enlisted July 20, 1775 in New Jersey; Rank of Fifer
  • John Lloyd enlisted May 1777 in New Jersey; Rank of Fifer
  • John Lloyd enlisted May 31, 1777 in New Jersey; Rank of Drum and Fife
  • John Lloyd enlisted November 1778 in New Jersey; Rank of Drummer
  • John Lloyd enlisted November 20, 1776 in New York; Rank of 1st Lieutenant
  • John Lloyd enlisted November 4, 1777 in New Jersey; Rank of Fifer
  • John Lloyd enlisted October 28, 1775 in New Jersey
  • John Lloyd enlisted September 1, 1777 in New Jersey; Rank of Private
  • John Llyod enlisted in Virginia; Rank of Private
  • Joseph Lloyd enlisted June 1778 in New Jersey; Rank of Fifer
  • Joseph Lloyd enlisted March 24, 1778 in New Jersey; Rank of Fifer
  • Kinsey James Lloyd enlisted in New Jersey
  • Martin Lloyd enlisted in South Carolina; Rank of Corporal
  • Martin Lloyd; Rank of Ostler
  • McCallider William Lloyd enlisted in New Jersey
  • Michael Lloyd enlisted in Maryland
  • Moore William Lloyd enlisted in New Jersey
  • Murdock John Lloyd enlisted in New Jersey
  • Nicholas Lloyd enlisted March 1, 1777 in Virginia; Rank of Private
  • Olewine Lawrence Lloyd enlisted in New Jersey
  • Owen Stephen Lloyd enlisted in New Jersey
  • Peter Lloyd enlisted September 1777 in Pennsylvania
  • Richard Lloyd ; Rank of Lieutenant
  • Richard Lloyd enlisted December 1777 in New Jersey; Rank of 1st Lieutenant
  • Richard Lloyd enlisted in New Jersey; Rank of Captain
  • Richard Lloyd enlisted July 1778; Rank of Captain
  • Richard Lloyd enlisted November 23, 1776 in New Jersey; Rank of 1st Lieutenant
  • Richard Lloyd; Rank of Captain
  • Richard Lloyd; Rank of Captain
  • Tenson Lloyd enlisted in Pennsylvania; Rank of 1st Lieutenant
  • Thomas Lloyd enlisted in Virginia; Rank of Private
  • Thomas Lloyd enlisted November 27, 1775 in Pennsylvania; Rank of Private
  • William Lloyd enlisted 1777; Rank of Private
  • William Lloyd enlisted May 1778; Rank of Private
  • William Lloyd enlisted November 1777; Rank of Private
  • Wm Lloyd enlisted August 1777; Rank of Private

 Civil War Veterans

  •  Abel Lloyd born 1825 in Pennsylvania
  • Alex M. Lloyd born 1822 in Pennsylvania
  • Alexander Lloyd born 1820 in Maine
  • Alfred Lloyd born 1825 in New Jersey
  • Alphonzo J. Lloyd born 1819 in Pennsylvania
  • Amos Lloyd born 1819 in Gloucester, New Jersey
  • Amos P. Lloyd born 1823 in Massachusetts
  • Antomi Lloyd born 1821 in Vermont
  • Arthur Lloyd born 1821 in Adams, Ohio
  • Benijah Lloyd born 1825 in Mercer, Illinois
  • Benjamin Lloyd born 1819 in Pennsylvania
  • Benton C. Lloyd born 1821 in York, Pennsylvania
  • Charles H. Lloyd born 1822 in New Jersey
  • Charles Lloyd born 1820 in Pennsylvania
  • David Lloyd born 1819 in Licking, Ohio
  • David Lloyd born 1820 in Mercer, Illinois
  • David Lloyd born 1820 in Miami, Ohio
  • David Lloyd born 1822 in Pennsylvania
  • David Lloyd born 1823 in Pennsylvania
  • David Lloyd born 1824 in Licking, Ohio
  • Ebenezer Lloyd born 1824 in Fulton, Ohio
  • Ed Lloyd born 1819 in Pennsylvania
  • Edward A. Lloyd born 1820 in New York
  • Edward Lloyd born 1819 in New York
  • Edward Lloyd born 1822 in Pennsylvania
  • Edward Lloyd born 1824 in Licking, Ohio
  • Edward Lloyd born 1824 in Pennsylvania
  • Edward Lloyd born 1824 in Pennsylvania
  • Evan Lloyd born 1824 in Waukesha, Wisconsin
  • Evans Lloyd born 1824 in Morris, New Jersey
  • George C. Lloyd born 1820 in New York
  • George E. Lloyd born 1824 in Vigo, Indiana
  • George W. Lloyd born 1821 in Sussex, New Jersey
  • Gibbins G. Lloyd born 1822 in Gloucester, New Jersey
  • Griffith Lloyd born 1824 in Pennsylvania
  • Henry D. Lloyd born 1824 in New York
  • Henry F. Lloyd born 1820 in Campbell, Kentucky
  • Henry Lloyd born 1822 in York, Pennsylvania
  • Henry Lloyd born 1823 in Pennsylvania
  • Henry Lloyd born 1824 in New York
  • Henry Lloyd born 1825 in Anderson, Kentucky
  • Henry Lloyd born 1825 in Jackson, Ohio
  • Hiram Lloyd born 1825 in Chester, Pennsylvania
  • Isaac Lloyd born 1824 in Pennsylvania
  • J.J. Lloyd born 1825 in Clay, Illinois
  • James H. Lloyd born 1825 in West Virginia
  • James Lloyd born 1819 in New York
  • James Lloyd born 1819 in Pennsylvania
  • James Lloyd born 1821 in Wisconsin
  • James Lloyd born 1824 in New Jersey
  • James P. Lloyd born 1819 in Maryland
  • James W. Lloyd born 1819 in Champaign, Ohio
  • John C. Lloyd born 1819 in Massachusetts
  • John D. Lloyd born 1823 in New Jersey
  • John Lloyd born 1819 in Pennsylvania
  • John Lloyd born 1822 in New Jersey
  • John Lloyd born 1822 in Wisconsin
  • John Lloyd born 1823 in New York
  • John Lloyd born 1823 in Ohio
  • John Lloyd born 1823 in Vermont
  • John Lloyd born 1825 in Cecil, Maryland
  • John Lloyd born 1825 in Massachusetts
  • John Lloyd born 1825 in New York
  • John M. Lloyd born 1823 in Prince Georges, Maryland
  • Jonat Lloyd born 1825 in Meigs, Ohio
  • Julius Lloyd born 1822 in Vermont
  • K.T. Lloyd born 1825 in Ohio
  • Leister W. Lloyd born 1825 in Massachusetts
  • Napoleon B. Lloyd born 1823 in Kentucky
  • Othneal Lloyd born 1820 in Pennsylvania
  • P.W. Lloyd born 1824 in Nelson, Kentucky
  • Philip Lloyd born 1820 in Maryland
  • Richard Lloyd born 1825 in Vermont
  • Robert L. Lloyd born 1819 in Grant, Indiana
  • Robt J. Lloyd born 1823 in Columbia, Wisconsin
  • Sammy Lloyd born 1820 in Pennsylvania
  • Samuel Lloyd born 1819 in Massachusetts
  • Samuel Lloyd born 1819 in New York
  • Samuel Lloyd born 1819 in New York
  • Samuel Lloyd born 1819 in York, Pennsylvania
  • Samuel Lloyd born 1820 in New York
  • Samuel Lloyd born 1823 in Ohio
  • Samuel Lloyd born 1825 in Chester, Pennsylvania
  • Samuel Lloyd born 1825 in Illinois
  • Samuel Lloyd born 1825 in Pennsylvania
  • Samule Lloyd born 1821 in Salem, New Jersey
  • Thomas L. Lloyd born 1823 in Gallia, Ohio
  • Thomas Lloyd born 1819 in Marshall, Illinois
  • Thomas Lloyd born 1820 in New York
  • Thomas Lloyd born 1820 in Pennsylvania
  • Thomas Lloyd born 1822 in New York
  • Thomas Lloyd born 1825 in Pennsylvania
  • Thomas Lloyd born 1825 in Pennsylvania
  • Thomas Lloyd born 1825 in Washington, Missouri
  • Thomas P. Lloyd born 1825 in Ohio
  • Thoms Lloyd born 1823 in St. Clair, Illinois
  • Thos Lloyd born 1823 in Des Moines, Iowa
  • William Lloyd born 1819 in New York
  • William Lloyd born 1820 in York, Pennsylvania
  • William Lloyd born 1821 in Pennsylvania
  • William Lloyd born 1821 in Winnebago, Illinois
  • William Lloyd born 1822 in West Kane, Illinois
  • William Lloyd born 1825 in Baltimore, Maryland
  • William Lloyd born 1825 in Baltimore, Maryland
  • William Lloyd born 1825 in Rhode Island
  • William W. Lloyd born 1821 in Monroe, Iowa
  • Wm Lloyd born 1820 in Wisconsin
  • Wm S. Lloyd born 1819 in Pennsylvania

 References

  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lloyd_(surname)
  • https://www.houseofnames.com/lloyd-family-crest
  • https://forebears.io/surnames/lloyd
  • A genealogical & Heraldic History of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol 1 & 2 by: Sir Bernard Burke (1879)
  • Burke’s Genealogical & Heraldic History of the Peerage, Barontage & Knightage by: John Burke & Sir Bernard Burke (1949)
  • Genealogical Guide to Early Settlers of America
  • Grantee of Arms, Named in Docquets and Patents between the years 1687-1898 by: Harry Rylands M.A. (1916)

 

Lloyd Coat of Arms Meaning

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