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Re: Lloyd London Mystery
« Reply #225 on: Monday 13 December 10 18:24 GMT (UK) »
another business bit,
BS.Lloyd & co who represented John Fairfax & sons at cheapside since 1870's, was made bankrupt in 1915 by an injudicious tea  deal.
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Re: Lloyd London Mystery
« Reply #226 on: Tuesday 14 December 10 10:25 GMT (UK) »
Found a death notice in the Sydney Morning Herald Mon 02 Jun 1873.

LLOYD - May 31st at her sons residence, Macquarie Street Sydney, Mary Ann, relict of the late Daniel Lloyd Esq., Elm Villa, Upton-on-Severn Worcestershire in her 68th year.

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Re: Lloyd London Mystery
« Reply #227 on: Tuesday 14 December 10 10:52 GMT (UK) »
Hi Jan

I am just about to leave for a couple of weeks. Just some notes from searches last night:

Thomas Sparry married Ann Pearce in 1789. Had daughters and one son also called Thomas. Daughter Elizabeth married Daniel Lloyd, likely the marriage entry I found in 1812 in the Old Newpapers site. She died in 1821 and Daniel married her sister Mary Ann Sparry in 1823 (who must be the mother of Daniel Lowingdon Lloyd and perhaps the daughter Eliza Sparry Lloyd who died in 1857).

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Re: Lloyd London Mystery
« Reply #228 on: Tuesday 14 December 10 11:13 GMT (UK) »
Monica, if you are going on holidays, have a great time. Thank you for all your searching.

I have another death notice. SMH Mon 12 May 1873,  LLOYD- on 26th February at the residence of BS Lloyd, Belmont Park, Lee, Kent, Mr FRANCIS LLOYD, late of Hanley Castle, Worcestershire in the 88th year of his age.

Benjamin Smith Lloyd was married in Sydney to Mary Bourne in 1847, she died in childbirth shortly after, though the daughter Mary survived, Benjamin returned to England to set up merchant business. In 09 Jul 1853 he married Sophia Ann youngest daughter of Francis LLOYD.

Could Francis LLOYD be another brother of Joseph and Daniel, that would mean that Benjamin married his cousin.

Jan


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Re: Lloyd London Mystery
« Reply #229 on: Tuesday 14 December 10 12:47 GMT (UK) »
Not sure whether in all your info you already have this - if so, I do apologise!  But Sophia A Lloyd is here with her father Francis HO107; Piece: 1962; Folio: 172; Page: 43  Interesting that Francis appears to be a British Wine Maker....

Alvin St, Gloucester St John the Baptist
Francis Lloyd  Head  Mar  63  British Wine Maker  bn Clerkenwell, Worcester
Maria Lloyd  Wife  Mar  64  bn Hereford
Ann Lloyd  Visitor  Wid  74 (Heavily crossed over) Annuitant  bn Hereford
Sophia A Lloyd  Dau  S  22  Governess  bn Worcestershire
Mary Walker  serv  16  House servant  bn Gloucestershire Sandhurst

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Re: Lloyd London Mystery
« Reply #230 on: Tuesday 14 December 10 13:12 GMT (UK) »
Sophia Ann Lloyd was ch 17 Nov 1829 at Upper Meeting House, Tewkesbury to Francis Lloyd and Maria Gammon

Other children:
John Acton Lloyd bn 4 Jan 1823 ch 19 jan 1824
Edmund Lloyd bn 3 Jun 1821 ch 19 Jan 1824
George Lloyd bn 28 Jun 1825 ch 6 Sept 1825
Maria Lloyd bn 10 Sept 1817 ch 19 Jan1824
Robert Jones Lloyd bn 30 May 1816 ch 19 Jan 1824
Francis Lloyd bn 23 jan 1819 ch 19Jan 1824

Francis Lloyd married Maria Gammon 5 Oct 1815 Bengeworth, Worcester

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Re: Lloyd London Mystery
« Reply #231 on: Tuesday 14 December 10 13:18 GMT (UK) »
BSL and Sophia are here in 1861 RG9; Piece: 400; Folio: 24; Page: 6

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Re: Lloyd London Mystery
« Reply #232 on: Tuesday 14 December 10 13:45 GMT (UK) »
I know Norwood cemetery has featured heavily in this thread, so I thought I would add this snippet - Robert Jones Lloyd - brother of Sophia and son of Francis - was buried in Norwood Cemetery 30 Mar 1893

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Re: Lloyd London Mystery
« Reply #233 on: Tuesday 14 December 10 20:50 GMT (UK) »
just a quickie :D
thanks for the input from spidermonkey and janchat,
i will look at it properly later tonight, bit busy at the mo, but didn't want you to think i didn't appreciate your help  ;)
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