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Sampson Samuel Lloyd

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Sampson Samuel Lloyd (1820-1899), M.P., director of a bank; partner in a manufacturing business

1820 Born in Birmingham, son of George Braithwaite Lloyd and his wife, Mary[1]

of Sparkbrook, Birmingham,

1841 Sam Lloyd 70, banker, living in Aston with Rachel Lloyd 70, George B Lloyd 45, banker, Sampson S Lloyd 20, banker's clerk, Mary Lloyd 35, Howard Lloyd 3, Hannah Mary Lloyd 1, Sampson Lloyd 30[2]

1st wife: Emma, daughter of Samuel Reeve, of Leighton Buzzard, Beds.

1846 Birth of son Sampson Samuel Lloyd

1851 Banker

1861 Sampson S Lloyd 40, banker, Emma Lloyd 43, Emma M Lloyd 15, Mary D Lloyd 13, Rachel L Lloyd 9, Priscilla C Lloyd 8, Alice E Lloyd 7, Arthur L Lloyd 5, Adelaide B Lloyd 3; living in Aston[3]

2nd wife: Marie

1871 Samson S Lloyd 50, County magistrate, manufacturing engineer, bank director, living in Aston with Marie W Lloyd 41, Emma M Lloyd 25, Mary D Lloyd 22, George F Lloyd 21, engineer, Rachel L Lloyd 19, Priscilla C Lloyd 18, Adelaide B Lloyd 13, Charles F Lloyd 4, Walter R Lloyd 2[4]

1881 Living in Kensington: Sampson S. Lloyd 60, Magistrate, Director Of A Bank, Partner In Manufacturing Business, with Marie W. S. C. Lloyd 51, Priscilla C. Lloyd 28, Arthur L. Lloyd 25, Adelaide B. Lloyd 23, Charles F. Lloyd 14[5]

1891 Bank director, living in Kensington with Marie Wilhelmaine Lloyd 61, Priscilla Caroline Lloyd 38, Adelaide Beatrice Lloyd 33, Arthur Llewelyn Lloyd 35, manufacturer of gas holders and engine work, Charles Frederick Lloyd 8 months[6]

1898 First chairman of Lloyd and Lloyd when the firm became a public company.

1899 Died in Woking[7]

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Sources of Information

  1. Quaker records
  2. 1841 census
  3. 1861 census
  4. 1871 census
  5. 1881 census
  6. 1891 census
  7. Surrey burials
  • 1881 census
  • Cambridge alumni