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Joseph Foster Lloyd

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Joseph Foster Lloyd (c1834-1890), Coal and Iron Master

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c1834 Born at Wood Green, Wednesbury, the son of Samuel Lloyd, Coal and Iron Master

1851 Living at Wood Green, Wednesbury: Samuel Lloyd (age 55 born Birmingham), Coal and Iron Master. With his wife Mary Lloyd (age 56 born Falmouth) and their children; Mary Lloyd (age 24 born Wednesbury); Samuel Lloyd (age 23 born Wednesbury), Coal and Iron Master; Joseph Lloyd (age 17 born Wednesbury), Clerk; and Ann Lloyd (age 13 born Wednesbury). One visitor and three servants.[1]

1861 Living at Wood Green, Wednesbury: Samuel Loyd (age 65 born Birmingham), Coal and Iron Master. With his four children; Joseph F. Loyd (age 27 born Wednesbury), Coal and Iron Master; Wilson Loyd (age 25 born Wednesbury), Coal and Iron Master; Anna Loyd (age 23 born Wednesbury); and William H. Loyd (age 21 born Wednesbury), Coal and Iron Master. Three servants.[2]

1866 Joseph Foster Lloyd, Darlaston Green Iron and Steel works, near Wednesbury.[3] - presumably Darlaston Iron and Steel Co

1881 Living at 38 Farm Road, Aston: Joseph Foster Lloyd (age 47 born Wednesbury), Retired Iron Master. With his wife Fanny Lloyd (age 31 born Ledbury). Also his niece Leslie Butler (age 12 born Birmingham). One servant.[4]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 Census
  2. 1861 Census
  3. 1866 Institution of Mechanical Engineers
  4. 1881 Census