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Sampson Zachary Lloyd

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1843 Born in Wednesbury, son of Sampson and Sarah Lloyd.

1851 Living in Wednesbury Sampson Lloyd 43, Sarah D Lloyd 33, his cousin Sampson L Foster 19, and children Sampson Z Lloyd 8, Francis H Lloyd 6[1]

1861 Student at King's College[2]

1864 Sampson Zachary Lloyd, Old Park Iron Works, Wednesbury.[3]

1871 John E Howard 63, manufacturing chemist, living in Tottenham, with Maria Howard 64, William D Howard 39, manufacturing chemist, and his married daughter, Eleanor Lloyd 26, Sarah C Lloyd 3, Francis Z Lloyd 1, Ernest S Lloyd 10 Months[4]

1881 Sampson Zachary Lloyd, landed proprietor, living in Areley Kings, with Eleanor Lloyd 36, Ernest S. Lloyd 10, Thomas Z. Lloyd 9, William D. Lloyd 4, Edmund Lloyd 6 months, Sarah C. Lloyd 13, Eleanor H. Lloyd 7, Constance M. Lloyd 5, Olivia M. Lloyd 3[5]

1889 Director of Nettlefolds; director of the New Welsh Slate Co[6]

1891 Carpet manufacturer, living in Areley Kings with Sarah C Lloyd 23, Francis Z Lloyd 22, clerk to carpet manufacturer, Ernest S Lloyd 20, Thomas Z Lloyd 19, Olivia M Lloyd 13, Edmund Lloyd 10, Dorothy Lloyd 9, Katherine Lloyd 7[7]

Managing director of Nettlefolds

1901 Manager of public screw manufacturing company, living in Areley Kings, Worcs., with Francis Z Lloyd 31, manager of a tube manufacturer, Thomas Z Lloyd 29, manager of a screw manufacturer, Eleanor H Lloyd 27, Constance M Lloyd 25, Edmund Lloyd 20, Katherine Lloyd 17[8].

1914 Died in Worcestershire

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 census
  2. 1861 census
  3. 1864 Institution of Mechanical Engineers
  4. 1871 census
  5. 1881 census
  6. The Times Jun 04, 1889
  7. 1891 census
  8. 1901 census