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and has issue— Desmond Humphrey Clifford LLoyd, Gentle-
man, b. 1917 ; and Nedda Cecil Clifford. Res. — Losset,
Killiney, co. Dublin.

Son of Lt.-Col. William Chetwode LLoyd, formerly
20th Hussars, served in Sudan 1884-5, b. 1846; d.
1909 ; m , Catherine, eldest d. of Thomas Garnett

of Furze Hill Lodge, Brighton : —
Humphrey LLoyd, Gentleman, b.
Younger son of Bartholomew Clifford LLoyd (see
above); m. 2nd, Caroline Hamilton Brooke: —
Brig. -Gen. Frederick Charles LLoyd, C.B., formerly
Lincolnshire Regt., served in S. Africa 1900-2 in command
7th Batt. Mounted Infantry (mentioned in desp. , Brevet-
Major, Queen's Medal and five clasps, King's Medal and
two clasps), and Great War 1914-17, b. i860; m.
Millicent, ygst. d. of Thomas Garnett ; and has issue-
Clifford Humphrey LLoyd, Gentleman, Lieut. R A., 6. ;
and Vera Millicent. Res. — 10 Cromwell Road, Hove,
Sussex.

Son of Col. Robert Clifford LLoyd, b. 1809 ; d. 1864 ;

m. , Annie (d. 1908), d. of Capt. George Savage,

13th Light Dragoons: —

Col. Wilford Neville LLoyd, C.B., C.V.O., T.D., late

R.A., one of H.M.'s Hon. Corps of Gentlemen-at-Arms,

J. P. Cheshire, b. 1855 ; m. 1891, Ella Margaret, only d. of

Very Rev. Arthur Purey-Cust, Dean of York ; and has issue.

Seat — Eccleston Hill, Chester. Res. — 4 Halkin Street,

S.W. Clubs — Travellers', Naval and Military.

Sons of Rev. John Frederick LLoyd, Archdeacon of
Waitemata, and Minister of St. Paul's Church, Auck-
land, N.Z. , afterwards Rector of Newton Wold,
Lincoln, b. 1810; d. 1875 '< m - l8 5 x . Sarah Greer : — ■
Humphrey Selwyn LLoyd, Gentleman, b. 1870; m. ,
Caroline, eldest d. of William Hutton Perkins ; and has
issue — Charles LLoyd, Gentleman, b- 1898. Res. —

Humphrey Selwyn LLoyd, Gentleman, b. 1 871 ; m. ;



and has issue — Bartholomew Humphrey Selwyn LLoyd,
Gentleman, b. 1900 ; and Dorothey Irene. Res.

Son of Col. Edmond George Knapp Piersy LLoyd,

Military Member of the Terr. Force Assoc, of the Co.

of London, Staff Officer N. London Vol. Brig, (ret.),

b. 1842 ; d. 1923 ; m. 1873, Emma Susanna, d. of

Benjamin Johnson, M.D. : —

Langford Newman LLoyd, Esq., C.M.G., D.S.O.,

M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., Col. late R.A.M.C, Asst. Dir. Med.

Services, Southern Command, served in S. Africa 1899-1901

(desp. twice), and Great War (desp. 5 times, Croix de

Guerre avec palme), b. 1873 ; m. 1912, Lilian Mary, d. of

Surg.-Gen. Sir William Hooper, K.C .S.I., M.D., F.R.CS.

Res. — The White Bungalow, Tidworth, Hants. Club —

Army and Navy.

LLOYD of Gyffylliog (H. Coll.). Quarterly, 1. argent,
three boars' heads couped close sable (Kowryd ap Kadfan) ;
2. sable, three nags' heads erased argent (Cadell Deyrnllwg) ;




3. sable, three escutcheons or, each charged with a lion
rampant gules (Vortigern); 4. azure, three coronets in pale
or (Beli Mawr).

Issue of Robert Lloyd, Gentleman, b. 1831 ; d. 1899 ;
m. 1856, Sarah Jones of Manchester: —
? Issue.

Sons of Humphrey Lloyd, Gentleman, b. 1841 ; d.

1913 ; m. 1st, 1863, Ellen (d. 1904), d. of John Jones

of Manchester; 2nd, 1905, Sarah Sophia, d. of the

Rev. William Harley:—

Albert Hugh Lloyd, Gentleman, F.S.A. , b. 1864 ; m. 1892,

Jessie, d. of John Brown, D.D. ; and has issue — Muriel

Eleanor Haydon. Res. — St. John's House, Cambridge.

John Lloyd, Gentleman, b. 1869 ; m. 1897, Ida, d. ol
William Linnell of Stretford, Lancashire.

William Brinley Lloyd, Gentleman, b. 1873; m. 1899,
Marianne, d. of William Alison Laxton of Sale, Cheshire.
Res. —

CHARLES WESTALL LLOYD, Esq., J. P. Born
March 31, 1834, being the fourth son of the late William
Lloyd of Parteen Manor House, Kilquane, co. Clare, by
his wife Jane Fitzgerald, younger dau. and co-heir of Charles
Henry Fitzgerald de Beaumont (t'migre" noble). Armorial
bearings — Quarterly, 1. sable, three nags' heads erased
argent; 2. quarterly, i. and iiii. , sable, three nags' heads erased
argent ; ii. and iii. , argent, a castle triple-towered sable, port
overt, chained tranverse or ; 3. per pale or and gules, two lions
rampant addorsed counterchanged ; 4. sable, three nags'
heads erased argent ; 5. azure, three ducal crowns in pale
or, and 351 other quarterings (vide Lloyd of Stockton).
Mantling sable and argent ; and for his Crest, upon a
wreath of the colours, a nag's head erased argent. Motto



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— " Fide ne diffide." Married, March 31, 1869, Anne, dau.
of John Karkeek Kirkham of Oxley, Victoria, Australia ;




and has Issue — (1) Charles Kirkham Lloyd, Gentleman, b.
July 16, 1870 ; (2) Harry Herbert|de BeaumontLloyd, Gentle-
man, b. Dec. 31, 1873 ; (3) Arthur Leslie Lloyd, Gentleman,
b. April 15, 1875 ; (4) Ernest Winser Lloyd, Gentleman,
b. Nov. 4, 1876; (5) Reginald John Lloyd, Gentle-
man, b. March 31, 1881 ; and Ethel Louise. Postal
address — Tarramia, Bobinawarrah, Oxleyshire, Victoria,
Australia.

LLOYD of Stockton, Yorks. (H. Coll., 19 March 1909,
in substitution for an earlier grant). Or, three lions
dormant in pale sable. Mantling sable and or. Crest —
On a wreath of the colours, a cubit arm vested azure,
cuffed argent, the hand grasping a lizard fessewise proper.
Motto — " Pwy vaeddia'n deffro."

Son of Rev. Henry Lloyd, M.A. , Rector of Yar-

borough, co. Lincoln, b. 1815 ; d. 1862; m. 1858,

Anne Eliza, d. of Rev. W. Roy, D.D., Rector of

Skirbeck, Lines. : —

George William Lloyd, Esq., J. P. Lines, and N. Rdg.

Yorks., M.A. Camb. , b. 1861 ; m. 1922, Mabel Jane, d. of

the late Rev. Dawson Campbell. Seat — Stockton Hall,

York. Clubs — Cavendish, Yorkshire (York).

Sons of Henry John Graeme Lloyd, Esq. , Hon. Maj. in
the Army, Lt.-Col. and Hon. Col. late comdg. 3rd
Batt. , Duke of Cornwall's Lt. Inf., b. 1862; d. 1919 ;
m. 1886, Caroline Emily, d. of T. H. Peter-Hoblyn of
Colquite, co. Cornwall : —
Cyril Gascoigne Lloyd, Gentleman, Lieut. E.R. of York-
shire Yeo. , b. 1887. Club — Cavalry.
John Rodney Lloyd, Gentleman, b. 1890.
Henry Graeme Lloyd, Gentleman, b. 1892. Res. —

LLOYD of Stockton-in-Chirbury, co. Salop (H. Col).).
Quarterly of 356, viz. : 1. Lloyd of Stockton: Sable, three
nags' heads erased argent ; 2. Sir Griffith Vaughan, Knight
Banneret of Agincourt : Quarterly, 1 and 4, sable, three nags'
heads erased argent; 2 and 3, argent, a " castle " triple-
towered sable, port overt, chained transverse or (Sir John
Oldcastle, Lord Cobham) ; 3. Griffith ap Beli, de la Garth,
Lord of Guilsfield : Per pale or and gules, two lions rampant
addorsed counterchanged ; 4. Brochwel Ysgithrog, King of
Powys and Earl of Chester (ob. anno 617) : Sable, three nags'
heads erased argent ; 5. Beli Mawr, or Belinus the Great,
King of Britain : Azure, three ducal crowns in pale or ; 6.
Sir Aron ap Rhys, Knight of the Sepulchre : Argent, a lion
rampant gardant gules ; 7. Sir Aron ap Rhys, Knight of
the Sepulchre : Argent, a lion rampant sable, ducally



gorged with chain reflexed over the back or ; 8. Bledrey,
Lord of Cilsant (ob. anno 1119): Argent, three bulls' heads
caboshed sable, horned or; 9. Cadivor Vawr, Lord of
Blaenkych, Cilsant, and Dived (ob. anno 1084): Argent, a
lion rampant gardant sable; 10. Seisyllt, from Pilius
King of Dived : Azure, a wolf rampant argent ; 11. Meiric,
King of Dived : Azure, a chevron between three cocks
argent, armed, crested, and wattled or ; 12. Meredydd, of
Dived: Sable, a boar statant argent, armed and bristled
or, between six fleurs-de-lys, three in chief and three in
base of the second ; 13. Llwch Llawen Vawr, Peer of
Wales: Azure, a boar argent, armed, bristled, collared,
and chained or, to a tree of the second ; 14. Griffith ap
Cydrych, Lord of Gwinvai : Sable, a lion rampant argent;
15. Gwaethvoed, Prince of Gwent and Cardigan, and
Lord of Gwinvai (killed anno 1057) : Or, a lion rampant
regardant sable ; 16. Gwrvdyr, Prince of Powys and
Cardigan : Azure, three ducal crowns or ; 17. Beli Mawr,
or Belinus the Great, King of Britain : Azure, three ducal
crowns or ; 18. Edwin ap Teithwallt, Prince of Cardigan :
Sable, a lion rampant argent ; 19. Cunedda Wledig, King
of North Wales (ob. anno 389) : Sable, three roses argent,
barbed and seeded proper ; 20. Padarn Peisrudd : Sable,
three spears erect in fesse argent ; 21. Beli Mawr, King of
Britain : Azure, three ducal crowns or ; 22. Morfydd verch
Inyr, King of Gwent : Per pale, or and azure, a lion ram-
pant argent, supporting a tree eradicated proper ; 23. Inyr,
King of Gwent : Per pale, azure and sable, three fleurs-
de lys or ; 24. Cadwalader, last King of the Britons (ob.
anno 688) : Azure, a cross patee fitchee or; 25. Cadwallon,
King of the Britons : Or, on a pale azure, three ducal
crowns of the first, all within a bordure sable, thereon six
annulets, three, two, and one of the field ; 26. Cunedda
Wledig, King of North Wales (ob. anno 389) : As No. 19 ;
27. Padarn Peisrudd: As No. 20; 28. Sir Howell, Knight,
Lord of Caerlleon : Gules, three towers triple-towered
argent ; 29. Owen Wan, Lord of Caerlleon and Mac-
hynlheth : Sable, a plate between three towers triple-
towered argent; 30. Howel Dha, or " The Good," King
of all Wales (ob. anno 948) : Gules, a lion rampant within




a bordure indented or ; 31. Cadell, Prince of South Wales
(ob. anno 907) : Argent, three lions passant regardant in
pale gules ; 32. Roderic Mawr, or " The Great," King of all
Wales (slain in battle in 877) : Or, a lion passant guardant



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gules ; 33. Mervyn Frych, King of the Cambro Britons and
Earl of Angessey (slain 843) : Argent, on three fusils con-
j Aned in fesse gules, three eagles displayed or ; 34. Coel
Godebog, King of Britain : Azure, a cross couped engrailed
between four ducal crowns or ; 35. Beli Mawr, King of
Britain : As No. 5 ; 36. Cadell ap Brochwel ap Eiiseg,
King of Powys : Sable, three nags' heads erased argent ;
37. Beli Mawr, King of Britain: As No. 5; 38. Conan
Tyndaethwy, King of the Cambro Britons (ob. anno 818) :
Azure, a cross patee fitchee between four ducal crowns or ;
39. Idwal Ywrch, King of the Cambro Britons (ob. anno
720) : Azure, a cross patee fitchee, between four martlets
or ; 40. Cadwalader, last King of the Britons (ob. anno 688) :
As No. 24 ; 41. Cadwallon, King of the Britons : As No. 25 :
42. Cunedda Wledig, King of North Wales (ob. anno 389) ;
As No. 19 ; 43. Padarn Peisrudd : As No. 20 ; 44. Cunedda
Wledig, King of North Wales : As No. 19 ; 45. Padarn
Peisrudd : As No. 20 ; 46. Mervyn, Prince of Powys (slain
anno 900) : Quarterly, gules and or, four lions passant
gardant counterchanged ; 47 to 58. As Nos. 32 to 43 ;
59. Beli Mawr, King of Britain : As No. 5 ; 60 to 62. As
Nos. 19 to 21 ; 63. Rees Grug, Lord of Llanymdhyfri
(ob. anno 1233) : Argent, a lion rampant sable, crowned
gules; 64. Rhys, Prince of South Wales (ob. anno 1196):
Quarterly 1 and 4, argent, a lion rampant sable, crowned or ;
2 and 3, sable, a pomegranate leaved and slipped or, seeded
gules ; 65. Rees ap Tudor, Prince of Wales (slain anno 1089) :
Gules, a lion rampant or ; 66. Rees ap Tudor, Prince of Wales
(slain anno 1089) : Argent, a lion rampant sable, crowned
or; 67. Tudor the Great, Prince of Wales (slain in battle
anno 992) : Argent, three lions passant regardant in pale
gules ; 68 to 81. As Nos. 30 to 43 ; 82 to 85. As. Nos. 59
to 62 ; 86 to 102. As Nos. 46 to 62 ; 103. Alio ap Rywallon of
Trevnant in Powys : Or, three lions' heads erased gules,
within a bordure engrailed azure; 104. Iestyn ap Gwrgant,
Prince of Glamorgan (ob. anno 1091) : Gules, three chev-
ronels argent ; 105. Llowdden, Lord of Uwch Aeron :
Gules, a griffin segreant or ; 106. Uchtred, Prince of Engle-
field, and one of the fifteen Peers (ob. anno 11 10) : Argent,
a cross fleurette' engrailed sable, between four Cornish
choughs proper, on a chief azure a boar's head couped of
the first, tusked or; 107. Edwin ap Grono, Prince of
Englefield (slain anno 1073) : Argent, a cross fleurett^e
engt ailed sable, between four Cornish choughs proper ; 108
to 142. As Nos. 68 to 102 ; 143. Griffith Broughton, Lord of
Broughton : Sable, a chevron between three owls argent ;
144. Madoc, de la Home (temp. Ed. I.) : Sable, three owls
argent ; 145. Winsbury, de Winsbury : Or, a fesse chequy
of the field and gules, a chief indented azure ; 146.
Ednowain ap Bradwen, one of the fifteen Tribes of North
Wales: Gules, three snakes nowed argent ; 147. Marchudd,
one of the fifteen Peers of North Wales (ob. anno 840) :
Gules, a Saracen's head erased proper, wreathed about the
temples argent and azure ; 148. Cadrod Calchevynydd, Earl
of Northampton and Lord of Dunstable : Azure, a lion
rampant argent ; 149. Cynwydd, Earl of Northampton and
Lord of Dunstable : Vert, a chevron between three mullets
or; 150. Coel Godebog, King of Britain: As No. 34;
151. Riryd, alias Pothan Vlaidd : Argent, on a bend
vert, three wolves' heads erased of the field ; 152. Riryd
Vlaidd, Lord of Penllyn, one of the fifteen Peers (ob. anno
1 108) : Vert, a chevron between three wolves' heads erased
argent ; 153. Rhys ap Gwerystan : Sable, three roses argent,
barbed and seeded proper; 154. Padarn Peisrudd: As
No. 20; 155. Beli Mawr, or Belinus the Great, King of
Britain: as No. 5; 156. Gwrgen, Lord of Bryne : Argent,
three greyhounds courant in pale sable, collared or ; 157.
Cynvyn Hirdreff, Lord of Nevyn : Azure, three ducal
crowns or ; 158. Blaidd Rudd, Lord of Gest : Azure, a
wolf passant argent ; 159. Sir Alexander Middleton, of
Middleton : Gules, on a bend or, three lions passant
guardant sable ; 160. De Boulers, Lord of Marrington :
Argent, two Cornish choughs in pale proper ; 161. Baldwyn,
Lord of Diddlesbury : Per pale, argent and sable, a lion
rampant counterchanged ; 162. Lloyd, of Stockton and
Bedstone as No. 1; 163 to 206 as Nos. 2 to 45; 207.
Beli Mawr, or Belinus the Great, King of Britain, as
No. 5; 208 to 322 as Nos. 46 to 160; 323. Baldwyn,
Lord of Diddlesbury, as No. 161 ; and many others — in
all 356 quarterings (see Norfolk, xvi. 45). Mantling sable
and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a nag's
head erased argent. Motto — "Fide ne diffide." Livery —
(Undress) : black, with white facings, and silver braid and
buttons, yellow and red striped waistcoat, and black trousers
with silver braid stripes; (full dress): blue plush breeches,
silver buttons, gold garters, and white stockings.



Sons of Frederick Bianchi Lloyd, Esq., of Oakland,
California, Joint Lord of the Manor of Stockton-in-
Chirbury, b. 1832; d. 1902; m. 1871, Jane, d. of John
Kent, Esq., of Brangie, Oxley Plains, Victoria, Aus-
tralia, J. P. :—
Brochwel Frederick de Bonlers Lloyd, Esq., heir male of a
Knight Banneret of Agincourt, b. 1873. Estate — Stockton-
in-Chirbury, co. Salop.

William Vaughan Broughton Lloyd, Gentleman, b. 1883.

Colonel THOMAS EDWARD JOHN LLOYD, late
Lt.-Col. and Hon. Col. 3rd Batt. (Mil.) Duke of Cornwall's
Light Inf. (ret.), J.P and D.L. Anglesey, High Sheriff
1881, J.P. for Carnarvonshire. Assumed the name of
Lloyd 1871. Born 1856, being the only son of R. Lloyd
Jones- Parry of Aberdunant, Carnarvonshire, D. L. , J.P. , by
his wife Mary Isabella, dau. of E. Owen Snow. Armorial
bearings — Gules, on a chevron invected ermine, between
three Sax ns' heads affrontee couped at the neck proper,
an anchor erect between two fleurs-de-lys sable, impaling
the arms of Heygate, namely gules, two bars argent, on a
bend or, a torteau between two leopards' faces azure.
Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, a Saxon's head affrontee, erased at the neck
proper, wreathed about the temples or and sable, between
two fleurs-de-lys of the last. Married, Dec. 23, 1879, Rosa-
mond Anna, third dau. of Sir Frederick William Heygate,
2nd Baronet; and has had Issue — (1) Robert Love Lloyd,
Esq., Major Roy. Welsh Fus., b. 1881 ; killed in Gallipoli
1915 ; (2) Roger E. J. Lloyd, Gentleman, b. 1882 [ni. 1914,
Peverel de Lormet, 3rd d. of Sir Marteine Lloyd, Bart.
(9 • v •)']'< (3) Frederick Jasper Lloyd, Gentleman, b. 1885 [m.
1913, Violet Evelyn, d. ot late Ewen Charles Davidson,
71st H.L.I.]; (4) Humphrey Lloyd, Gentleman, b. 1899;
Sydney Frances Marv ; and Rosamond Georgina [m. 1922,
T. Taylor, Fellow B.N.C. Coll., Oxford]. Seats— Plas
Tregayan, Llangwyllog, Anglesey; Aberdunant, Carnarvon-
shire. Club — Sports'.

LLOYD [1164 — according to ancient Welsh tradition, as
follows: Cadifor ap Dyfnwal, Lord ofCastell Hywel, &c. ,
9th in descent from Rhodri Mawr {i.e. Roderic the Great),
King of all Wales, took by escalade in the above year the
castle of Cardigan (Aberteifi)fromthe Earl of Clare (Rogerde
Clare, Earl of Gloucester) and the Flemings, for whiih his
first cousin and father-in-law, the ''great Lord Rhys," Prince
of South Wales, whose daughter Catrin he had married, gave
him considerable lands and a shield of arms as under.
Cadifor was descended from Tudwal Gloff (a younger son of
Rhodri Mawr), and would otherwise have borne for arms,
" azure, a wolf rampant argent." — Ped. H. Coll.] — Sable, a
spear-head imbrued between three scaling-ladders argent, on
a chief gules, a castle of the second, with many quarterings,
which, including repetitions, would number 153, of which
the 71 chief quartering^ are as shown in the accompanying
illustration, and are duly proved and registered. Mantling
sable and argent. Crest -On a wreath of the colours, a
wolf rampant ardent, the neck encircled by an annulet or,
holding between the paws a broken spear proper, the head
downwards piercing the sinister paw imbrued gules. Motto
— " Ar Dduw y gyd." Standard of his livery colours of
green and white, thereon his Badge, a wolf rampant argent,




the sinister paw embrued and the neck encircled by an
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silver buttons, garters and buckles ; (undress), olive green
coat and overcoat, white piping or braid, olive green and
white striped waistcoat, silver buttons and hatband.

Sons of Howard Meuric Lloyd, Esq., Barrister-at Law,
J. P. and (1905) High Sheriff co. Carmarthen, M.A.
(Oxon.), of Cynghordy, co. Carmarthen, and formerly
of Delfryn, b. 1853; d. \^zz \ m. May 7, 1890, Aimee,
only surviving dau. of John Peel of Danyrallt, co. Car-
marthen, Esq., J. P. and D.L. for that co., High Sheriff
1883, and J. P. for West Riding co. Yorks. :—
The late Wymond Howard Loyd, Esq., Undergraduate
New Coll. Oxford, temp. Capt. 1st Herefordshire Regt.,
b. 1893; served Great War in Gallipoli ; accidentally killed
at Park Hall Camp, Oswestry, Mar. 19th, 1916.

Jasper Searle Lloyd, Esq., late Capt. 2nd King Edward's
Own Goorkha Rifles, served Great War 1914, N. W.
Frontier India 1915-16, Iraq 1917-18, North Persia 1918-19,
and again in Iraq 1919 (invalided out 1922 owing to ill





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health caused by war services), b. 1896; m. 1918, Dorothy
Tweedie, d. of Lt.-Col. Lewis Gordon Fischer, late I. M.S.,
and has issue — Wymond Rhodri Lloyd, Gentleman, b. 1919.
Res. — The Old Farm, Piltdown, Sussex.

Guy Vaughan Lloyd, Gentleman, b. Aug. 12, 1901. Res.
— Cynghordy, nr. Llandovery, co. Carmarthen.

LLOYD of Rockville. Azure, a chevron or, a chief
erminois. Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a wreath
of the colours, an eagle displayed with two heads sable,
armed and langued gules.

Sons of William Lloyd, Esq., of Rockville, J. P., D.L. ,

Capt. and Hon. Major 5th Batt. Connaught Rangers,

b. 1858 ; d. 1912 ; m. 1884, May Brodribb, dau. of

Major William Lancelot Hutchinson : —

William Hutchinson Lloyd, Gentleman, High Sheriff

co. Roscommon 1909, late Lieut. 9th Batt. K.R.R.C.,

b. April 2, 1885. Seat — Rockville, Drumsna, Roscommon.

Coote Richard Fitzgerald Lloyd, Gentleman, b. July 2,

1887,

LLOYD (R.L., 1 Dec. 1915 ; H. Coll.). Quarterly,
1 and 4, per bend sinister ermine and ermines, a lion
rampant, holding a spear erect or, a bordure gules



charged with three roses argent and (for distinction)
thereon a cross crosslet or (for Lloyd); 2 and 3, quar-
terly ; i. and iiii., argent, on a chevron azure between
three roses gules, barbed vert, seeded or, a water-bouget
between two estoiles of the field (for Rose); ii. and iii.,
vert, a fesse erminois, between two pheons erect in chief
and a bugle-horn stringed in base (for Holden).
Mantling sable and argent. Crests — 1 . on a wreath of the
colours, an unicorn's head erased, per bend sinister
ermine and ermines, armed and gorged with an antique
crown or, on the crown a cross crosslet gules (for
distinction) (for Lloyd) ; 2. on a wreath of the colours, a
cubit arm erect vested sable, cuff argent, the arm
charged with two estoiles of the last, in the hand a red
rose slipped, stalked and leaved proper (for Rose). Motto
— " I'r goleuni." Livery — Claret, with blue collar and
cuffs.

Son of Conway Lucas Rose, of Farnham House, Ch&rd,

Somerset, b. 1817; d. 1910 ; m. 1847, Louisa, d. of

John E. Madocks, M.P. , of Vron Iw and Glan y

wern : —

The late John Lloyd (formerly Rose), Esq., Major 84th

Yorks. and Lanes. Regt. , b. ; m. 1883, Sophie Charlotte

Frances, only surv. child of Edward Lloyd, Esq., of

Bryndislis, Llangollen (who on the death of her brother

Edward Owen Vaughan Lloyd in 1914, s. to the Estates of

Rhagatt and Berth, N. Wales). He assumed the surname

of Lloyd in lieu of Rose, and the arms of Lloyd quarterly

with his own by Royal License 19 15, and d. 1926, having

had issue — Ronald Madoc Tierney Lloyd, Esq., Capt.

York and Lancaster Regt., b. 1884 ; killed in action 1916 ;

Renee Victoria Mary Rose \m. 1916, Major R. J. Alexander,

M.C., and has issue].

LLOYD-BAKER of Hardwicke Court (Arms for Baker,
H. Coll., 30 May 191 1). Azure, on a fesse engrailed,
cottised plain, between three swans' heads erased at the
neck or, as many cinquefoils gules. Mantling azure and
or. Crest — Issuant from an antique crown or, a dexter
arm embowed proper, holding in the hand proper a swan's
head as in the arms.



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