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Re: Lloyd London Mystery
« Reply #207 on: Thursday 04 November 10 08:52 GMT (UK) »
Dates all make sense. Little Ada shows as aged 3 years 11 months. With a burial date of 16 November 1853, born end of 1849. Fits with 1851 census doesn't it.  Can't see a likely birth, except for a birth of an Eliza Lloyd, registered in 1st Qrt 1850, East London, Mddlx, V.2 Pg. 238 - can't see anything else that comes closer to Ada.

Any family Lloyds births that could let you confirm via the address given for Ada on the burial register?

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Re: Lloyd London Mystery
« Reply #208 on: Thursday 04 November 10 13:36 GMT (UK) »
The address of Ada at time of burial, 18 great union st , st georges, southwark,
but all addresses between '51 and '61 are around Stepney.
I wondered if Elizabeth and William had a plot with room for more at All Souls,
 don't know how to find out if other lloyds buried there.

another thing, Grenville was born '52  and Florence in '58 so in between how many others could there be, at least 1 was mentioned in '55 (the 4 mth old baby)
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Re: Lloyd London Mystery
« Reply #209 on: Thursday 04 November 10 21:45 GMT (UK) »
just thinking about the bankruptcy in 1811, if that is our Benjamin that is mentioned, why is he in heligoland ? what was going on there ? and did he come back ? maybe he died there ?
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Re: Lloyd London Mystery
« Reply #210 on: Thursday 04 November 10 22:52 GMT (UK) »
The wording of that 1811 Bankruptcy Order seems to imply that Benjamin Lloyd was linked in business to Joseph Lloyd and his partner, and at the time residing in Heligoland...which seems like another planet in respect of researching there!

We know that Benjamin Lloyd is referred to as a Merchant, so maybe he was there for trade/business of some form.

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Re: Lloyd London Mystery
« Reply #211 on: Thursday 09 December 10 21:36 GMT (UK) »
just looking for anything about JBL,
looking back to the Collins side, I wondered about the name of Elizabeth's(jbl's mum) dad,
could he have been John Ballard Collins ?
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Re: Lloyd London Mystery
« Reply #212 on: Thursday 09 December 10 23:41 GMT (UK) »
Have you found a John Ballard Collins?!

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Re: Lloyd London Mystery
« Reply #213 on: Friday 10 December 10 09:15 GMT (UK) »
not till a marriage in 1865,
where did that ballard bit come from ??
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Re: Lloyd London Mystery
« Reply #214 on: Sunday 12 December 10 12:53 GMT (UK) »
Hi fallingonabruise

Just saw your posts re Lloyd London Mystery. I am descended from William Fairclough Lloyd, born 1825 Norwood Surrey, parents Joseph Lyon Lloyd and Sophia Eleanor Lyne. Other children are George Alfred b. 14 Nov 1815, Augustus Frederick 15 Jan 1817, Benjamin Smith 11 Jul 1818, Eleanor Sophia 21 Feb 1820, Joseph Lewingdon 19 Sep 1821, Sarah Blanchard 26 Jul 1823, Francis Hereford 30 Jan 1827, Henry Lyne 21 Sep 1828, Esther Jones 04 Jan 1831 and A. Gravelly 30 Nov 1832. This family came to Australia in the 1830's.

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Re: Lloyd London Mystery
« Reply #215 on: Sunday 12 December 10 20:56 GMT (UK) »
Hello Janchat,
I have all those except the A. Gravelly one,  :)
Is 'Lyon' defiantly Josephs middle name ?  As he is the one that I need to connect to Benjamin Lloyd, my 3x great grandfather,
it's that next generation we need to go back, so it might turn out we are related  :) so any info you might have about these lloyds would be most welcome.
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