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of Edny fed Lloyd, of Maelor, descended 1. Charles, bis heir. from the Earls of Hereford. Llewellyn di 11. John, b. in 1638, one of the six clerks vided his estates among his children, giving in chancery, m. Jane, only daughter Lloydiarth and Llanihangel to his eldest of Sir Thomas Gresham, of Lidsey, son, and his lands in Myvod and Dolobran

in Surrey, the thirteenth successive to the second, DAVID, who married Meddefys, knight of that family and the munifidaughter of Griffith Deuddur, descended cent founder of the Royal Exchange. from Brochwel, Prince of Powys, and was By this lady he had issue, father of

John, d. aged twenty-one. Ivan Teg, or the Handsome, of Dolobran,

Samuel, one of the six clerks in who m. Mawd, daughter of Evan Blaney, of

chancery, who left one daughter. Tregynon, and Castle Blaney, in the county of Monaghan, in Ireland, ancestor of the

Jane, d. aged seven. Lords Blaney. Ivan Teg assumed the name John Lloyd married again, but had of Lloyd about the year 1476 from Lloydiarth, no family by bis second wife, Dr. the seat of his grandfather. He had two sons,

Lloyd, late Lord Bishop of Oxford, David, his heir.

was one of his descendants. Owen, who m. Katherine, dau. of Mere III. Thomas, b. 17th February, 1640,

dith Rinault ap Sir Griffith Vaughan, who d. 10th September, 1694. He and was father of levan Lloyd, who m. m. first, 9th September, 1665, Mary, Gwenhwfar, daughter of Meredith daughter of Colonel Roger Jones, of Lloyd, of Nevoid,

and had a son, John Welsh Pool, governor of Dublin in Lloyd, who married Margaret, sister the reign of James II. who defeated of Sir Roger Kynaston, of Hordley, the Marquis of Ormond in Ireland. and their son Humphrey, who as This lady dying in 1680, he m. sesumed the surname of Wynne, of Dyf condly, Patience Storey, but by her fryn, had a daughter, Katharine, m. had no issue. This Thomas Lloyd to John Lloyd, esq. of Dolobran.

joined William Penn in the coloniThe elder son,

zation of Pennsylvania, and was deDAVID LLOYD, esq. of Dolobran, b. in puty-governor and president of the 1523, was in the commission of the peace for council in that province from 1684 Montgomeryshire. He m. first, Eva, daugh

to 1693. His descendants are citizens ter of Edward Price, esq. of Eglusig, by of the United States, and reside prinwhom he had no issue ; and secondly, Eva, cipally in the state of Pennsylvania. daughter of David Goch, esq. son of Jenkin (See end of this article.) Vaughan, esq. of Bodoach, by whom he had

1. Elizabeth, b. in 1639, m. to Henry a son,

Parry, of Penamser, Merionethshire, DAVID LLOYD, esq. of Dolobran, b. in

and had issue. 1549, a magistrate for Montgomeryshire,

The eldest son, who m. Ales, daughter of David Lloyd, esq. of Llanarmon-mynydd-maur, descended from Charles LLOYD, esq. of Dolobran, b. 9th Rivid Jharrd, Lord of Penllyn, and had a December, 1637, attached himself in the son and successor,

year 1662 to George Fox and his followers, John LLOYD, esq. of Dolobran, b. in 1575, the founders of the Society of Friends. The in the commission of the peace for Montgo- Independents were at that period the domimeryshire. This John Lloyd resided at Čo- nant party, the Episcopal establishment edeowrid, and wainscoated the parlours and being overthrown, and “ The Friends” were hall. He lived in great state, having twenty- as much persecuted by them as they were four men with halberts, his tenants, to attend subsequently after the Restoration. It was him to Mivoid Church, where he placed them at this epoch that Mr. Lloyd, having conin his great pew under the pulpit. He bought scientiously refused to take the oaths of Owen John Humphrey's estate, and gave to allegiance and supremacy on the accession Mivoid church most of its communion plate. of CHARLES II., though a more loyal subject He m. Katherine, daughter of Humphrey did not exist in the country, was at the inWynne, esq. of Duffryn, and left a son, stigation of his envious neighbour, Edward

CHARLES LLOYD, esq. of Dolobran, in the Lord Herbert of Cherbury, who desired his commission of the peace for Montgomery- estates, subjected to great persecutions and shire, b. in 1613, who m. Elizabeth, daugh- losses. His possessions were put under ter of Thomas Stanley,* of Knuckyn, Salop, premunire, bis cattle sold, and his mansion and had issue,

at Dolobran partially destroyed. Although

a magistrate for Montgomeryshire, and in * Son of Sir Edward Stanley, son of Sir Foulk nomination for its shrievalty at the time, Stanley, son of Sir Piers Stanley, son of Sir Row the penal and oppressive laws against seca land Stanley, brother of Lord Strange of Knuckyn, tarians (arising from the excesses of some) a branch of the Derby family.

were enforced against Mr. Lloyd with un

mitigated rigour.* He was taken, with seven | Lort, by Olive, his wife, daughter of Sir other gentlemen, who had embraced the John Phillips, bart. of Picton Castle, and doctrines of the “Friends,” to Welshpool Mary, his wife, eldest daughter of Sir jail, and confined there until the act of John Perrott, (Viceroy of Ireland, temp. James II, was passed, releasing all persons Queen ELIZABETH) natural son of HENRY detained for religious opinions, a period of VIII. Charles Lloyd wedded, secondly, ten years. His daughter Elizabeth married 8th February, 1686, Ann Lawrence, of Lea, Johů Pemberton, esq. of Bennetts Hill,t in the county of Hereford. She d. 2nd near Birmingham, at whose house Mr. March, 1708. By his first wife, who was Charles Lloyd died. He m. first, 11th No- born 2nd November, 1633, and d. 7th Fevember, 1661, Elizabeth, daughter of Samp- bruary, 1685, he had issue, son Lort, esq. of Eastmoor and Stackpole 1. CHARLES, of Dolobran, b. 18th AuCourt, Pembrokeshire, brother of Sir John gust, 1662, who died 21st January,

“ In the beginning of the year 1682 my dear who directed his words to me, and spoke to him friend, Charles Lloyd, and I went to visit friends thus in Welch : in Herefordshire, Worcestershire, &c. &c. and “ • Mae yn ddrwg gennif, fod vu o eth came through their meetings to London before yr hen Frittaniaid yr rhai ydderbyniodd y Grefydd the yearly meeting. I acquainted my friends, Gristianogol yn gyntaf yd Loeger yn erbyn yr George Whitehead and W. Penn, that I intended rhai sydd gwedi derbyn y wir Gristianogol Greto go to Lord Hide to acknowledge his kindness fydd yr awr hon.' for his letter, on my behalf, to Bishop Lloyd. The English is thus : George Whitehead said there was some service to “. I am sorry that one of the stock of the anbe done for our suffering friends in Bristol, and it cient Britons, who first received the christian faith was thought convenient that three of the city and in England, should be against those who have three of the country should go with the said suf- received the true Christian faith in this day.' ferings, and desire the kindness of Lord Hide to “ He replied, He was not against our friends, present them to the king. The three friends for but he said our friends gave their votes for the the country were Charles Lloyd, Thomas Wynne, election of parliament men that were against the and myself; for the city, George Whitehead, king's interest. I told him, It was our birthright, Alexander Parker, and one more. Our friend as we were freeholders and burgesses, to elect men George Whitehead told me that our countryman, qualified to serve both the king and country, but Sir Lionel Jenkin, secretary of state, was so cross how they were corrupted, when they came within and ill-humoured, that when the king was inclined these walls, I knew not. The secretary would to moderation and tenderness to suffering friends, have engaged farther with me in dispute about he often stopped and hindered the relief intended religion. I told bim he was an ancient man, and them. When we went to Whitehall, we waited that they had been a long time there upon their a long time before we could speak with them, business, and if he would be pleased to dismiss they being upon a committee a considerable time; us then, and appoint what time we should some but we had sent in by the door-keeper to acquaint morning wait upon him, we would, if he pleased, Lord Hide that we were there, and in time they spend an hour or two with him in discourse about sent for us in. The secretary looked grim upon religion. Upon which he took off his hat, and

I went to Lord Hide, and acknowledged thanked me kindly for my civility ; but we heard his kindness for his letter on my behalf to the no more of him about the dispute. Upon the bishop. He told me that I should tell the bishop whole, our friend G. Whitehead told me he was there would be liberty of conscience in England. more moderate to friends afterwards than he had I told him, I did say so, and did believe it been before. The number of prisoners in the would be so in God's time. Secretary Jenkin list delivered to Lord Hide to be presented to spoke in a scornful manner, and asked me what the king amounted to in both prisons one hundred was Welch for a Quaker, I answered him Crynur and thirty-nine, of which there were eighteen Crynwyr, it being the singular and plural num- aged women from sixty and upwards, and eight ber. But the secretary said, we had no Welch children. In the latter end of the list it was said, for it, for there were no Quakers in the Romans' • Blessed are the merciful, for they shall obtain days. My friend Charles Lloyd answered, . If mercy.' thou didst ask my friend the question aright, he Page 118. An Account of the Travels, Serhath answered thee right, for there is English, vices, &c. of that Ancient Servant of the Lord, Welch, Latin, Greek, and Hebrew for a Quaker.' Richard Davies, comprising some information reSo the secretary said, “Sir, I understand Welch lative to the spreading of the Truth in North pretty well, and English and Latin and Greek; | Wales.” Originally published 1710; republished, but if you go to your Hebrew, I know not what sixth edition, 1825. Harvey and Darton, Lonto say to you. I left my friend C. Lloyd to en don. In this book is an account of the progress gage with this peevish courftryman, and presented of the doctrines of the Society of Friends, and Lord Hide with a long list of names of men, wo persecution suffered by Mr. Lloyd, Mr. Thomas men, and children, in their several prisons at Lloyd, his brother and others. Bristol. I desired him to be so kind as to present † Birmingham was then an obscure hamlet, their sufferings to the king, which he said he nearly half a mile from Bennetts Hill. Bennetts would, and our friend George Whitehead spoke Hill is now the centre of the newly created bofarther to him. Then I turned to the secretary, rough, the third most populous town in Great

Britain, containing 160,000 inhabitants.

us.

1747. He m. 6th May, 1693, Sarah,

daughter of John Gulson, esq. daughter of Ambrose Crowley, esq.

but had no child. of Stourbridge, and had issue,

3. Elizabeth, died in infancy. 1. CHARLES, b. 16th November, II. SAMPSON, of whose line we have to 1697, d. 3rd November, 1767 ;

treat. m. 14th April, 1723, Jane, dau. The second son, of Richard and Sarah Wilkins, Sampson LLOYD, esq. b. 26th February, of Thornbury, and by her, who 1664, m. first, in 1658, Elizabeth, daughter was born 19th August, 1707, had of Sybill Good, esq. and by her, who d. CHARLES-Exton, of Dolobran, 10th April, 1692, had issue,

b. 24th March, 1726, who d. 1. Elizabeth, 6. 8th January, 1687, d. in France, 18th December,

30th March, 1697. 1773.

Jl. Sarah, b. 12th January, 1689, m. in James, b. 15th November, 1743, 1713, John Gulson, esq. of Coventry, who d. unm. 5th November,

and had 1787. At the period of his

1. William Gulson, b. 6th August, decease he was a wine

1718. merchant at Coventry, hay

2. John Gulson, b. 29th July, 1730, ing sold the Dolobran estate

who had two sons, John, b. in in 1710, which was

be

1761, and Joseph, b. 22nd Noqueathed to him by his bro

vember, 1769. The latter m. ther, Charles Exton Lloyd.

Sarah, daughter of E. Lythall, Jane, b. 24th November, 1728,

esq. and had one son and two m. to Lewis Owen, esq. of

daughters, viz. Tytha y Gareek, near Doll

Edward, of Wick House, gelle, and bad issue, Owen

Abingdon, senior assistant Owen, Charles Owen, Hum

poor law commissioner, b. phrey Owen, and Jane Owen,

13th November, 1794, m. m. to John Lewis, esq. of

Anne Cooke, daughter of Haverfordwest, and had se

Heywood, esq. and has issue, veral children, one of whom

John-Reynolds, Sarah, and Sarah, m. H. Knight, esq.

Helen-Mary. of London.

Mary, m. to S. Burlingham, Mary, b. 27th March, 1730,

esq. of Worcester. d. 21st June, 1753.

Sarah, m.to John Bradley, esq. Sarah, b. 6th April, 1732, m.

of Worcester. to Thomas Robinson, of Co

1. Elizabeth Gulson, b. 11th July, ventry, and d. in 1816.

1714, m. to John Fowler, esq. Elizabeth, 6.28th March, 1734, m. first, to Edward Evans,

2. Mary Gulson, b. 20th Septem

ber, 1716, m. to John Harris, of Welchpool, and secondly, to Oliver Jones, of the same

esq. of Branghurst, Hants.

3. Sarah Gulson, b. in 1720, m. to place. Hannah, b. 21st June, 1735,

Charles England, esq. m. to Robert Perkins, esq.

4. Anne Gulson, b. 19th August,

1722. of London, and had a daugh

III. Anne, b. 27th February, 1690, m. ter, Jane Lloyd Perkins, m. to Richard Harford, esq. of

to B. Stretch, esq. of Bristol. Elbevale, near Bristol, and

iv. Mary, b. 28th February, 1691, d.

16th August, 1731. had issue. Phæn. 6. 13th March, 1738, Marv, daughter of Ambrose Crowley, esq.

Sampson Lloyd married, secondly, in 1695, d. 20th February, 1747. Susannah, b. 26th April, 1739,

and by her, who was born 15th September, d. 15th July, 1766.

1677, had issue,

1. CHARLES, b. 31st December, 1696, 2. Sarah, b. 7th August, 1694, m. m. Sarah, daughter of Benjamin Care

1719, to John England, esq. of less, esq. and died 12th February,
Bridgnorth, and had issue, John, 1741, leaving
d.unm. ; Charles, who m. Sarah,

Charles, b. 26th May, 1724, d. in

1760. Her brother, Sir Ambrose Crowley, had a

Benjamin, b. 8th October, 1727, daughter, Elizabeth, m. in March 1724-5, to John,

died in 1804, leaving one child, tenth Lord St. John, of Bletshoe, and her brother,

Sarah, wbo m. in 1788, William John Crowley, had a daughter, m. in 1756, to

Brewin, and had a son, Charles, John, Earl of Ashburnham,

who m. in 1832, Sophia, daugh

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Day, esq.

ter of Samuel Galton, esq. of Duddeston Hall, Warwickshire,

a banker in Birmingham. 11. Ambrose, b. 18th January, 1698, d.

11th February, 1742, leaving a dau. Anna, m. to Alfred Lloyd, esq. her

cousin.

M. SAMPSON, of whom presently. The third son,

SAMPSON LLOYD, esq. a banker in Birmingham, b. 15th May, 1699, married, first, 29th September, 1727, Sarah, daughter of Richard Parkes, esq. of Old Park, near Wednesbury, Staffordshire, and had by her

1. SAMPSON, of Bordesley, in the county

of Warwick, b. 2nd August, 1728,
who m. Rachael, daughter of Samuel
Barnes, esq. of London, and by her,
who d. in 1814, left at his decease,
27th December, 1807,
1. SAMPSON, b. in 1765, m. Han-

nah, daughter of - Harman, esq.
of London, and d. leaving a son,

Sampson, deceased. 2. SAMUEL, of Bordesley, in War

wickshire, a banker in Birming-
bam, b. in 1768, m. in 1791,
Rachael, daughter of George
Braithwaite, esq. of Kendal, in
Westmoreland, and has issue,
GEORGE-BRAITHWAITE, a ban-

ker in Birmingham, b. 5th
January, 1794, m. Mary,
daughter of John P. Dear-
man, esq. of Birmingham,
and has issue,
Sampson-Samuel, b. 10th

November, 1820.
George-Braithwaite, born

15th October, 1824. Samuel, an iron-master at

Wednesbury, b. 20th July,
1795, m. in 1823, Mary,
daughter of - Honychurch,
esq. of Falmouth, and has
issue,

Samuel.
Joseph-Foster.
Wilson.
Rachael-Jane.
Mary.
Amy-Elizabeth.

Sarah.
William, a physician in Bir-

mingham, b. 10th February,

1798. Barnes, died in infancy. Isaac, b. 30th May, 1801, m.

Mary, daughter of Isaac
Rigge, esq. of Kendal, and
has issue,

John-Sanderson.
Henry.
Edward.

Theodore, born 15th October,

1806, m. Anna, widow of Cornelius Ash, esq.of Bewd ley, and has a son, Theodore

b. in 1834. Sampson, b. 7th June, 1808. Wilson, b.9th February, 1811,

d. 3rd September, 1835. Deborah, m. to George Sta

cey, esq. of Tottenham, Mid

dlesex, and has issue. Rachael, m. to Robert, son of

Luke Howard, esq. of Tot

tenham, and has issue. Sarah, m. to Alfred Fox, esq.

of Falmouth, and bas issue. 3. David, a banker, at Hailsworth,

in Suffolk, b. 12th September, 1769, m. first, Mary-Elizabeth, daughter of John Hanbury, esq. of Coggeshall, which lady d. in 1829, and, secondly, Miss Day,

daughter of 4. Richard, b. 6th June, 1772, m.

Elizabeth, daughter of J. Har-
man, esq. and had issue,
Richard-Harman, b. 10th Fe-

bruary, 1807, m. Isabella-
Mary, daughter of William
Borrodaile, esq. of Balham,

in Surrey. Elizabeth-Beatrice, 6.7th No

vember, 1798, m. to Richard
Alsager, esq. M.P. for East

Surrey.
Frances.
Charlotte, m. to the Rev. G.

Echalez, of Appleby. 5. Alfred, a banker in Birming

ham, b. 9th November, 1780, m.
Anna, daughter of Ambrose
Lloyd, esq. and has issue,

Alfred, b. in 1811.
Edgar, b. in 1815.
Hubert, b. in 1820.
Ambrose, b. in 1823.
George, b. in 1825.

Ellen. 6. Henry, a banker in London, b.

30th December, 1784. 7. George, b. 3rd May, 1786, a

captain in the 3rd Light Dra

goons, d. in 1832. 1. Mary, d. 16th May, 1816. 2. Sarah, m. to Joseph Foster, esq.

of Bromley House, Essex, and

has issue. 3. Rachael, m. to W. P. Summer

field, esq. of Alleslry, in War

wickshire, and has issue. 4. Elizabeth, m. to John Biddle,

esq. late of Neach Hill, Shropshire, now of Leamington, and

1747. He m. 6th May, 1693, Sarah,

daughter of John Gulson, esq. daughter of Ambrose Crowley, esq.

but had no child. of Stourbridge, and had issue,

3. Elizabeth, died in infancy. 1. CHARLES, b. 16th November, 11. SAMPSON, of whose line we have to 1697, d. 3rd November, 1767 ;

treat. m. 14th April, 1723, Jane, dau. The second son, of Richard and Sarah Wilkins, SAMPSON LLOYD, esq. b. 26th February, of Thornbury, and by her, who 1664, m. first, in 1658, Elizabeth, daughter was born 19th August, 1707, had of Sybill Good, esq. and by her, who d. CHARLES-Exron, of Dolobran, 10th April, 1692, had issue, b. 24th March, 1726, who d.

1. Elizabeth, b. 8th January, 1687, d. in France, 18th December, 30th March, 1697. 1773.

II. Sarah, b. 12th January, 1689, mi. in James, b. 15th November, 1743, 1713, John Gulson, esq. of Coventry, who d. unm. 5th November,

and had 1787. At the period of his

1. William Gulson, b. 6th August, decease he was a wine

1718. merchant at Coventry, bav

2. John Gulson, b. 29th July, 1730, ing sold the Dolobran estate

who had two sons, John, b. in in 1710, which was be

1761, and Joseph, b. 22nd Noqueathed to him by his bro

vember, 1769. The latter m. ther, Charles Exton Lloyd.

Sarah, daughter of E. Lythall, Jane, b. 24th November, 1728,

esq. and had one son and two m. to Lewis Owen, esq. of

daughters, viz. Tytha y Gareek, near Doll

Edward, of Wick House, gelle, and had issue, Owen

Abingdon, senior assistant Owen, Charles Owen, Hum

poor law commissioner, b. phrey Owen, and Jane Owen,

13th November, 1794, m. m. to John Lewis, esq. of

Anne Cooke, daughter of Haverfordwest, and had se

Heywood, esq. and has issue, veral children, one of whom

John-Reynolds, Sarah, and Sarah, m. H. Knight, esq.

Helen-Mary. of London.

Mary, m. to S. Burlingham, Mary, b. 27th March, 1730,

esq. of Worcester. d. 21st June, 1753.

Sarah, m.to John Bradley, esq. Sarah, b. 6th April, 1732, m.

of Worcester. to Thomas Robinson, of Co

1. Elizabeth Gulson, b. 11th July, ventry, and d. in 1816. Elizabeth, b. 28th March, 1734,

1714, m. to John Fowler, esq.

2. Mary Gulson, b. 20th Septemm. first, to Edward Evans,

ber, 1716, m. to John Harris, of Welchpool, and secondly, to Oliver Jones, of the same

esq. of Branghurst, Hants.

3. Sarah Gulson, b. in 1720, m. to place.

Charles England, esq.
Hannah, b, 21st June, 1735,
m. to Robert Perkins, esq.

4. Anne Gulson, b. 19th August,

1722.
of London, and bad a daugh-
ter, Jane Lloyd Perkins, m.

III. Anne, b. 27th February, 1690, m. to Richard Harford, esq. of

to B. Stretch, esq. of Bristol. Elbevale, near Bristol, and

iv. Mary, b. 28th February, 1691, d. had issue.

16th August, 1731. Phæns, b. 13th March, 1738, Mary, daughter of Ambrose Crowley, esq.

Sampson Lloyd married, secondly, in 1695, d. 20th February, 1747. Susannah, b. 26th April, 1739, 1677, had issue,

and by her, who was born 15th September, d. 15th July, 1766.

1. CHARLES, b. 31st December, 1996, 2. Sarah, b. 7th August, 1694, m. m. Sarah, daughter of Benjamin Care

1719, to John England, esq. of less, esq. and died 12th February,
Bridgnorth, and had issue, John, 1741, leaving
d. unm. ; Charles, who m. Sarah,

Charles, b. 26th May, 1724, d. in

1760. # Her brother, Sir Ambrose Crowley, had a

Benjamin, b. 8th October, 1727, daughter, Elizabeth, m. in March 1724-5, to John,

died in 1804, leaving one child, tenth Lord St. John, of Bletshoe, and her brother,

Sarah, wbo m. in 1788, William John Crowley, had a daughter, m. in 1756, to

Brewin, and had a son, Charles, John, Earl of Ashburnham,

who m. in 1832, Sophia, daugh

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