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John Henry Lloyd (1855-1944), director of Stewarts and Lloyds
1855 Born in Birmingham, only son of George Braithwaite Lloyd, tube manufacturer, and Mary (dau. of S. Hutchinson).
1872 entered Cambridge University
1877 Gained his B.A.
Partner in Lloyd and Lloyd
Alderman of Birmingham.
1902-3 Lord Mayor of Birmingham.
A steel manufacturer; with Messrs Stewarts and Lloyds, Oldbury.
1911 John Henry Lloyd 55, wrought tube manufacturer, employer, living in Edgbaston with Gertrude Eliza Lloyd 53, Gerald Braithwaite Lloyd 25, Joan Mary Gertrude Lloyd 13
1919 Lord Mayor of Birmingham
1944 Died in Birmingham
1937 Bio Note 
LLOYD, Alderman John Henry, J.P., City of Birmingham, 1896; M.A. (Cantab.); b. 14th April, 1855, at Edgbaston; s. of George Braithwaite Lloyd (J.P., Alderman and Mayor of Birmingham, 1870). Educ.: Grove House School, Tottenham; St. John's College, Cambridge, 1873-1876. Began business career with Tangye Bros., 1877; partner in Lloyd and Lloyd, tube manufacturers, 1878; director of Stewarts and Lloyds, Ltd. (amalgamation of Stewarts and Menzies with Lloyd and Lloyd), 1903-1931; hon. sec. Children's Hospital, 1881-1891; elected member Birmingham Town Council (Rotton Park Ward), 1891; elected Lord Mayor of Birmingham and Alderman, 1901; chairman of Gas Committee, 1898-1901 and again 1919-1933; chairman Water Committee, 1912-1919; president British Waterworks Association, 1917-1919; Honorary Freeman of the City of Birmingham, 1932; m. Gertrude, 3rd d. of Joseph S. Keep, 12th November, 1884; four s. one d.; chairman General Hospital, 1908; chairman Social Institutes Committee since formation; deputy pro-Chancellor University of Birmingham; ex-bailiff of Lench's Trust, Trustee of Fentham's Trust, James Lloyd's Almshouses, Ann Crowley's Charity, etc. Recreations: Travel, golf, croquet. Clubs: Reform (London), Union (Birmingham). Address: Edgbaston Grove, Birmingham, 15.