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rney-at-Law, m.
Esther, dau. of Thomas of Cwm Cothy, and d. s. p., leaving
his estates to his nephew,
The Rev. John Llotd, of Brunant and Brynban, in. Mary

Anne, dau. of Johnes of Dolan Cothy (see Hills-Johnes

«/ Dolan Cothy) and d. s. p. 1780, and was s. by his nephew,

George Lloyd, Esq. of Brunant, J. P. and D.L., High
Sheriff, co. Carmarthen, served in the Royal Navy, m. 2 Sept.
1816, Margaret Jane Martha, dau. of George Harries, Esq. of
Priskilly Forrest, co. Pembroke (see Harries of Priskilly), and
had, with other issue, a son,

Charles Lloyd, Esq. J. P. of Brunant, the third son, h. 4
March, 1830, formerly Royal Carmarthen Rifles, m. 10 April,


LiOYD, Thomas Edwabd, Esq. of Coedmore, co.
Cardigan, J.P. cos. Carmarthen and Cardigan, of
the Middle Temple, Barrister-at-Law, M.P. co.
Cardigan, 1874-80, h. 12 April, 1820; in. 1st, 27
April, 1850, Clemena Frances Phillott, 2nd dau.
of Eev. David Daniell, of Jesus Coll. Oxford,
Chaplain of Hampton Court by Clemena his wife,
dau. of Major Lyons, and by her (who d. 1882)
has issue, a dau.,

He m. 2ndly, 1S8G, Mary, dau. of Ecv. George
Bennett, Eector of Eede, Suffolk.

Lineagre. — From Griffith ap Grono ap Elydip. ap
GwBGENEY ap Idnebth ap Cadwgan A? Eltstan, Prince or'
Ferlys, descended

Capt. Thomas Lloyd, living 1693, in. Jane, dau. of John
Lewis, Esq. of Coedmawi-, and had a son,

John Lloyd, Esq. of Coedmore, m. Elinor, dau. of John
Lloyd, of Llangenyth, and was father o£

John Lloyd, Esq. of Coedmore, who '/;;.. Miss Lloyd, oi
Mabws, and was father of

Walter Lloyd, Esq. of Coedmore, vi. Anna Posthuma
Thomas, of co. Carmarthen, and by her left, at his decease,
circa 1786, with two daus., a son and heir,

Thomas Lloyd, of Coedmore, tn. circa 1790, Elizabeth, 4th
dau. of Edmund Frobyn, Esq. of Newland, co. Gloucester, and
by her (who d. 1851) had issue,

Thomas, his heir.

Oliver, b. 16 July, 1801 ; m. 1828, Anna Maria, only child of
Capt. James Eichard Lewes Lloyd, of Dolhaidd, co. Car-
marthen, by whom he had two daus., Maria, vi. Thomas
Elliott, Esq. ; and Emeline, m. William Brigstocke, Esq.


Anna, m. John Probyn, Esq. of Manor House, co. Gloucester.

Mr. Lloyd d. ISIO, and was s. by his eldest son,

Thomas Lloyd, Esq. of Coedmore, Lord-Lieutenant and
Custos-Rotulorum of co. Cardigan, High Sheriff 1817, h.
1 Nov. 1793; m. 23 March, 1819, Charlotte, 2nd dau. of Capt.
Edward Longcroft, R.N., of Havant, Hants, and d. 1859 (his
widow d. 1866), leaving Issue,

Thomas Edward, now of Coedmore.

Edmund, b. 29 Jan. 1822; m. and d. 1872, leaving issue.

Walter, b. 7 Dec. 1823 : m. and d. 1879, leaving issue.

Charles Oliver, b. 9 June, 1825 ; d. 1840.

^rms— Quarterly, 1st and 4th sa., a spear-head erect argf.
imbrued ppr. between three scaling-ladders in bend of the
second; 2nd and 3rd quarterly, 1st and 4th arg., a lion ram-
pant gu., 2nd and 3rd az., a lion rampant within an orle of
quatrefoils arg. Crest— A lion rampant arg. Motto— ¥ide ec

;Scot— Coedmore, near Cardigan.

Clubs— Ca.T\ton and Garrick.


Llotd, Thomas William, Esq. of Cowesby
Hall, Yorkshire, J.P. and D.L. for North Eiding,
b. 8. March, 1826 ; m. 27 March, 1849, Elizabeth
Ann, 3rd dau. of Francis Beynon Hacket, Esq. of
Moor Hall, co. Warwick, and has bad issue,

Gertrude Elizabeth, b. 9 Sept. 1850 ; d. 22 May, 1851.
Mr. Thomas William Lloyd is the eldest son of
the late George Lloyd, Esq. of Cowesby, by Eliza-
beth Henrietta his wife, dau. of William Leedes
Eookes Serjeantson, Esq. of Camp Hill, co. York.
He s. liis father, who d. 1844.

Seat— Coyresby Hall, Northallerton, N.R. Yorkshire.






Lloyd, Gvy, Esq. of Crot;lian House, co. Ros-
common, J. P. and D.L., High Sheriff co. Roscom-
mon 1867, and for co. Leitrim 1S69, b. 13 April,
1833; w. 31 Oct. 1865, EHzabeth, dau. of Sir
Gilbert King, Bart, of Charlestown, co. Roscom-
mon, and had issue Elizabeth b. and d. 1885.

Lineage. — Capt. Owes Lloyd, the first possessor of the
Eoscommon estates, was eUlest son of Thomas Lloyd, Esq. of
CO. Leitrim, who migrated from Wales to Ireland under the
ausjiices of his kinsman. Sir Ralph Bingley. He iii. Eliza-
beth Fitzgerald, granddau. of Sir Luke Fitzgerald, of Tycrog-
han, CO. Kildare, and le.t at his decease, 1064, three sons,
of whom Owen, a Senior Fellow of Tiin. Coll. Dublin and Pro-
fessor of Divinity, became Dean of Connor 1709-10, and d.
1743 ; and three daus. The eldest son,

Thomas Llotd, Col. in the Army, was cliosen Commander in
the lield by the Enniskillen forces, in the war against James
IL, and <l. 1689. He m. Margaret, dau. of Sir John Cole,
Bart., but left no issue. Col. Thomas Lloyd was s. by his

RicHAED Llotd, Esq., Speaker of the Upper House of
Assembly, Jamaica, and Lord Chief Justice of that Island,
■where he m. Mary Guy, an heiress, and had two sons and two
daus. Chief Justice Lloyd was s. by his 2nd, but eldest Eur-
■vivine son,

GtTY Llotd, Esq., vi. Mary Copping, of Essex, and had
issue, Richard, successor to his father ; Henry (Rev.), to.
Diana, dau. of Thomas Bullock, Esq. of Hingham, in Norfolk ;
and Mary, m. Thomas St. John, Esq. Mr. Lloyd was s. by
his son,

liicHARD Llotd, Esq. of Bylaugh Hall, Norfolk, Col. Nor-
folk Militia, m. Elizabeth, dau. and sole heir of Thomas Jecks,
Esq. of Bawdeswell Hall, and had issue,

Gut, his successor.

Kichard, b. 1772 : m. Sarah Harriet, dau. of Peter Elwin, Esq.

of Thurning Hall, Norfolk, and had, with other issue, Kichard

Hastings Elwin.
Henry, m. Sarah, eldest dau. of J. Stephenson Cann, Esq.
3Ierrick,R.N., killed on board H.M.S. " Sirius," underNelson,

in 1805, bclore Malta, s. p.
Bridget, m. the liev. Dr. Bulwer, Eector of Cawston,


Katharine'! j. bawdeswell Hall and demesne lands thereto
^.""^ ( annexed.

Margaret, m. Eobert Bircham, Esq.

Diana, vi. the Eev. James Stoughton, M.A., Eector of

Jane, m. the Eev. Thomas Dade, Eector of Broadway and

Bincombe, Dorset.

Col. Lloyd, d. 1811, and was .?. by his eldest son.

Guy Llotd, Esq., J. P., of Croghan House, co. Eoscommon,
b. 19 Aug. 1766; m. 17 Dec. 1799, Martha, dau. of William
Bircham, Esq. of The OUands, Norfolk, and d. 1842, leaving

Gdt, his successor.

Sarah Bircham, m. 14 Dec. 18.35, the Rev. William Atthill,
of Brandiston Hall, Norfolk, and d. 1837.

Elizabeth, ?/i. 10 Dec. 1825, the Eev. Philip Francis, M.A. of
Stibbard Lodge, Norfolk. Martha, d. 7 March, 1871.

The son and heir,

GcT Llotd, Esq.. J.P and D.L., of Croghan House. High
Sheriff for co. Roscommon 1833 and for Leitrim 1847 ; b.
30 Dec. 1803; ?n,. 26 May, 1827, Susanna Martha, youngest
dau. of John Stephenson Cann, Esq. of Wramplingham, Nor-
folk ; and d. 12 Nov. 1860, leaving issue,

Glt, now of Croghan.

John Mebbick, J.P. co. Eoscommon, M.A. Trin. Coll. Dublin,

h. 1846.
William Eichard (Rev.), M.A., Vicar of Westcott, Surrey, h.

1848; m. 17 Jan. 1884, Evelyn M., dau. of G. A. F'uller,

Esq. of the Eookery, Dorking, Surrey.
.Sarah Martha, d. unm. 1881. Susan Ellen.

Mary Anne, m. 4 Dec. 1867, Stanhope William Fenton

Kenny, Esq., J. P., of I'allinrobe, co. Mayo.
Eliz.ibeth Bertha, ra. 1858, Joseph F'ulton Meade, Esq., J. P.,

of Eastwood, co. Wicklow.

Emma .Jane, d. unm. 1892. Katharine Edith.

Frances Dorothea. Alice Octavia.

ICiiiily Muriel Knyvett, ?rt. 3 Jan. 1884, the Eev. Annesley

W. Streane, M.A.
iS'eai— Croghan House, Boyle, co. Eoscommon.


Llotd, Jonx Conway, Esq. of Dinas House,
Abercjnrig House, and Llangattock Court, co.

Brecon, and Goodrich House, co. Hereford, i.
19 April, 1878 ; *. his father 1893.

Lineag'e. — This family claims descent from Eltstan
Glodktdd, Prince of F'erlys, the territory between the rivers
Wye and Severn, which had its own princes independent of
those of South Wales. To his son, Cadwgan, Eltstan Glod-
ktdd gave the whole of co. Eadnor, part of co. Montgomery,
and t'ie greater portion of the Hundred of Baallt or Builtb, co.

Thosias Llotd ap Mebedith, Elystan's descendant, ra.Elen,
dau. of Howel ap Philip, ap David of Cyngliordy, co. Carmar-
tlien, and 2ndly, Angharad, dau. of Morgan ap Evan Lloyd.
He was the first Lord-Lieut, of co. Brecon, and a -warm
partisan of Henrt VII., from whom he had a grant of a por-
tion of the sequestered estates of Strata Florida Abbey. H&
had issue a dau., who m. Morgan Goch ; and two sons, Eees
Llotd, and John Llotd, Esq. of Porthycrwys, Esquire of the
body to Queen Elizabeth, m. Margaret, dau. of Evan Howel
ap Morgan, and d. 1585 His sons were David Lloyd of
Towy, John Lloyd, and William Lloyd. (See Jones's Brtck-

Eees Llotd, the eldest son of Thomas Lloyd ap Meredith.
ra. Jane, dau. of W^illiam Herbert of Colbrook, and 2ndly, a
d;iu. of Gwilym Howel ap Gwilym Dew. His issue were,

William Lloyd, m. Elen, dau. of Madoc ap Gwilym ap
Maduc ap Howel ap Eichard ap Griffith Moel. He had four
daus., Catherine, m. Morgan ap Rees ap William; Joan, m.
Edward Lewis : Mallt, m. Roger Price, of Aberannell ; and
Maud, m. David Lewis, of Llanavan.

Rhytherch Lloyd, m. Maud, dau. of Howel ap Evan, a de-
scendant of Elystan Glodrydd. His son, William Lloyd, in.
a dau. of Morgan Goch ap Rees ap Morgan.

David Llotd, of whom presently.

Thomas Lloyd, from whom the Lloyds of Aberannell are

Morris Lloyd, from whom the Llotds of Carmarthen and co.
Pembroke are descended. Rhys Lloyd.

David Llotd (described as 3rd son of Eees Lloyd, the eldest
son of Thomas Lloyd ap Meredith), m. and had a son,

Rees David Llotd, -m. a dau. of David Howel Phylip
Trerieket, and had issue,

John ap Eees David Llotd, m. and rf. 1GS3. He had two
sons and a dau ; the younger son, Eees ap John, assumed the
surname of Jones from his father's Christian name of John, in
accordance with the Welsh custom of that time, whilst the
elder son,

John Llotd, retained the family surname of Llotd, and
resided at Dinas, in Llanwrtyd. He m. Euhaina, dau. of Mr.
Jones, of Cribarth, and had issue, a, Mary Lloyd, i/i. her
cousin, Thomas Jones, Esq. of Dolycoed ; and a son,

Rees Llotd, Esq. of Dinas, rn. Elizabeth Jones, of Danacryg.
His son,

Rees Llotd, Esq. of Dinas, m. Elizabth, dau. of Roger
Williams, Esq. of Brecon (who d. 1818), and was s. by his
only son,

John Llotd, Esq. of Dinas, and Llangattock Court, J.P.,
High Sheriff 1846, educated at Eton and Bailiol Coll. Oxford,
b. 1797 ; m. 1st. 1826, Mary Anne, dau. of Osborne Yeats, Esq.
of Llangattock, Court Brecon ; and 2ndly, 1838, Frances, dau.
of Thomas Mayberry, Esq. of Brecon, and d. Dec. 1875, leav-
ing by his 1st wife, three sons,

I. Thomas Conway, his heir, late of Dinas.

II. Penry, of Glanhenwye, co. Radnor and Dinas, co. Brecon,
late Chief Constable of co. Eadnor, and J.P. cos. Brecon
and Radnor, Capt. V. Batt. South Wales Borderers, b.
1831 ; )/i. 1862, Mary, only dau. of John James, Esq. of
Presteign, and has, with other issue, John Elystan, 6.

III. John, of Glyn Celyn, co. Brecon, J. P., Member of the
London County Council, b. 1833; educated at St. John's
Coll. Oxford, Barrister at-Law : in. 1865, Elizabeth Anna,
only dau. of the Rev. Charles Griffiths, of Glyncelyn, Brecon,
Rector of TalacLddu, co. Brecon, and Prebendary of St.

The eldest son,

Thomas Conway Llotd, Esq. of Dinas House, Abercynrig'
House, and Llangattock Court, co. Brecon, and Goodrich
House, CO. Hereford, late Capt. 84th (York and Lancaster)
Kegt., and Col. Commanding 1st Brecknockshire V.B. the
South Wales Borderers (had the Volunteer Decoration>
educated at Bridgnorth School, and Ch. Ch. Oxford, J.P. and
D.L. for CO. Brecon, and J.P. cos. Monmouth and Hereford,
and borough of Brecon ; Lord of the Manor of Penalt and
Aberonney, High Sheriff CO. Brecon, 1878, b. 1828; m. 1876,
Katharine Eliza, only dau. of William Campbell-Davys, Esq.
of Neudd-fawr, co. Carmarthen, and by her (who rf. 30 March,
1882) had issue,





John Conway, now cf Dinas.

Jane Katharine Muriel, h. 8 May, 1S77.

Mary Anne lithe), b. 27 Dec. 1871).

Kaonii Rosamond, b. 21 March, 1881.

Katharine, b. 15 March, 1882.
Col. Thomas Conway Lloyd d. 29 Oct. 1893, and was s. by his
only son.

Arms—^a.., a lion rampant reguardant or. Cresti—lst, A
lion as in the arms ; 2nd, a goat's head armed arg., issvtant
out of a ducal coronet or. Motto— &i Deus nobiscum quis
contra nos.

6'ertts— Dinas House, Abercynrig House, and Llangattock
Court, CO. Brecon; and Goodrich House, co. Hereford.


Lloyd, Ret. Ioewerth Geet, M.A., Eector of
Bosherston, co. Pembroke, and Rural Dean of
€astlemartin, F.S.A., I. 22 Oct. 1844; m. 9 Nov.
1871, Nina, dau. of C.E. de Mtchele, Esq. late
H.B.M's Consul at St. Petersburg, and has issue,

I. Edwaru, i. 11 July, 1874.

II. Vaughan, h. 31 Jan. 1876.

III. Griffith, h. 13 Aug. 1884.

I. Eleanor. ii. Gwerfyl. iii. Mabel.

Lineage. — Cadivor ap Dtfnwal, Lord of Castle Howel,
Sth in descent from Rhodri Mawr, the Great King of all
Wales, took by escalade, 11 Henrt II., the castle of Cardigan
from the Earl of Clare and the Flemings, for which service,
his kinsman, the great Lord Rhys, of South Wales, gave him
considerable lands and a new shield of arms, viz., "Sa, three
scaling-ladders arg., and between them a spear's head of the
last, its points imbrued, on a chief gu. a tower triple-turretted
of the second. " By his wife Katherine, dau. of his prince
and kinsman, the great Lord Khys, he had, with other issue, a

Ehtddekch ap Cadivor, Lord of Castle Howel, m. Jennet,
dau. of Aron ap Rhys ap Bledri, Lord of Kilsaint and Knight
of the Sepulchre, who went witli Richard Cceur de Lion to
Palestine against the infidels. Rliydderch's son,

RuYs AP Rhyddekcii, of Bodyr Ychan and Castle Howel, m.
Catherine, dau. of Sir Elydyr Dhfl, Knt., and had issue. The
Si'd son,

Cadwgan Fawr ap Rhys, was father of

Cadwgan Vychan, of Carrog, co. Cardigan, wiioso son,

Cadwoan Grach, of Carrog, in. Eva, dau. of Meredydd
Vychan ap Meredydd ap Richard Rhydderch ap Bledri, and
had a son,

Llewellin ap Cadwgan Grach, m. Gwladys, dau. of Mere-
<lydd, Fawr ap Meredydd ap Richard, of Iraenau, co. Carmar-
then, and was direct ancestor of

John Lloyd Esq. of Foes-y-Bleiddied, m. Elizabath, dau.
and co-heir of Thomas Lloyd, Esq. of Wernvylyg and Llanllyr,
and had (with two daus., Lettice, m. Thomas Edwards, Esq.
of Rhydd-y-Gors ; and Catherine, in. Jenkin Lloyd, of Llan-
vaughan, a son and successor,

David Lloyd, Esq. of Foes-y-Bleidclied, who was a favourite
of James II., and attended that king in all his troubles. He
111. Sage, dau. of John Lloyd, of Cilgwynne, co. Cardigan, and
Seft (with a dau., Margaret, wife of Charles Lloyd) a son and

John Lloyd, Esq. of Foes-y-Bleiddied, 6. 1700 ; to. Mary,
dau. of James Phillips, Esq. of Penty Park, co. Pembroke, and
had issue

James, of Foes-y-Eleiddied, in. Anna Maria, dau. and heir of
Richard Lloyd, Esq. of Ystrad Teilo and Slabws, co. Car-
digan, and dying 6 June, 1800, left a son and successor,
John, of Mabws, m. Elinor, dau. and heir of John Allen,
Esq. of Dale Castle, co. Pembroke, and was grandfather
of the late John Philipps Allen Lloyd Phillipps, Esq.
of Dale Castle.

John, of whom presently.

Vaughan, Gen. of artillery, who commenced his military
career at Minden. and distinguishefl himself at the memor-
able defence of Gibraltar by Gen. Eliott. He m. Mrs. Sarah
Beaumes, a widow, and d. s. p. 1817.

Thomas, d. s. p.

Briana, d. unm.

]\Ir. Lloyd d. 1781. His 2nd son,

John Lloyd, Esq. of Pound, Devon, to. Jane Atkins, and by
lier (who d. 2 Sept. 1784) left at his decease, 12 Dec. 1806,
aged 82, a dau. Louisa Maria, in. 7 July, 1792, Admiral Sir
Herbert Sawyer, K.C.B, ; and a son

John Lloyd, Esq., Major 46th Regt. and A.D.C. to Sir Henry
Clinton during the American war. He m. 30 July, 1777,

Corbetta, dau. of the Ven. George Holcombe, Archdeacon of
Carmarthen and Rector of PwUcrochan, co. Pembroke, and
had issue,

I. William John, his heir.

II. John William, of Dan yr-Allt, .5. his brother.

III. George, Rear-Admiral R.N., b. 13 Oct. 1793; to. 1st.
1 May, 1817, Elizabeth, dau. of John Morgan, Esq. of Bur-
field House, CO. Gloucester, and by her (who d. 1828) had

1 John Sawyer, h. 6 Feb. 1818, Midshipman H.M.S.
"Thunder," drowned in the West Indies Jan. 1834.

2 Charles, b. 18 June, 1824, Lieut. Indian Navy.

1 Ellen, b. 11 April, 1821 : d. 30 Jan 1848.

2 Elizabeth, b. 9 July, 1825; d. 28 June, 1855.

Admiral Lloyd m. 2ndly, 13 March, 1832, Marianne, dau. ef
Jacob Richards, Esq. of Tenby, J. P. and D.L., and by her
(who d. Dec. 1849) had issue,

1 .Jacob Richards, late Lieut. Royal Marines, h. 7 Jan. 1833.

1 Susannah Munday. 2 Harriette Richards.

He m. Srdly, 2 Jan. 1851, Catherine, dau. of John Stokes,
Esq. of Cuffern, co. Pembroke, J. P. and D.L., and by her
had issue,

1 Martha Sophia. 2 Louisa Corbetta.

IV. Vaughan, Lieut. E.N., b. 29 June, 1795; to. 6 Feb. 1827,
Augusta, only dau. of John Adams, Esq. of Pembroke, and
by her (who d. 1828) liad issue, Frances.

I. Louisa Jane, ?;. 18 Oct. 1790; ?ii. 22 April, 1823, George
Bowling, Esq. of Pembroke, and has two daus.

Mr. Lloyd d. 24 Nov. ISO I, and was s. by his son,

William John Lloyd, Esq., Major R.A., 6. 2 Dec. 1778:
d. unm. at Brussels, 29 July, 1815, of a wound received at
Waterloo, and was s. by his brother,

John William Lloyd, Esq. of Dan-yr-.\llt, J.P., 3 Sept.
1781 : in. 29 Jan. 1807, Anna Maria, 5th dau. of JohnLongley,
Esq., Recorder of Rochester, and sister of Dr. Longley, Arch-
bishop of Canterbury, and had issue,

I. John Philipps, 6. 27 April, 1808 ; d. unm. 17 Sept. 1849.

II. Henry Robert (Rev.), his heir.

III. St. Vincent, 11. B.M.'s Consul at Syra, 6. 23 Dec. 1810;
d. mim. 26 Feb. 1834.

IV. Joseph Howard Francis, late Siipendary Magistrate at
Dominica, 6. 29 May, 1812; m. 2 June, 1837, Emmeline
Rogers, dau. of Charles Sarle, Esq. of Dominica, and d.
May, 1891, leaving issue, 1 Emmeline Frances, in. 22 Oec.
I8ti9, her cousin, Charles, son of Major John Longley,
Lieut. -Governor of Dominica; 2 Ellen Marshall; and 3
Howard Meuric.

V. William Christopher, Lieut. 53rd Regt. Bengal Native
Infantry, b. 26 Ausr. 1815; d. imm. 14 June, 1841.

VI. Herbert, Capt. 21st Regt. Madras Native Infantry, b. 26
Dec. 1821; in. 3 Nov. 1857, Mary Hill, youngest dau. of
Richard Hill Miers, Esq. of i'nyspenllwch, co. Glamorgan,
and d. 2 May, 1859, on board the "Louisiana," on his
passage home from Rangoon, leaving issue, Gwenllian, b. 1
Sept. 1859; to. 22 Jan. 1879, Henry Bousfield Hcrrick, Esq.

I. Anna Maria, in.G Sept. 1836, William Peel, Esq.of Taliaris,
CO. Carmarthen, and d. 1889. He d. 1883, leaving issue.

II. Charlotte Louisa Frances, m. 14March, 1843, the late John
Peel, Esq., of Dan-yr-AlIt, co. Carmarthen, and Gisburne, co.
York, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1883, and has issue, St.
\incent, J. P., b. 1844; and others.

III. Sophia Catherine Martha, d. 10 Dec. 1873.

IV. Rosamund Elizabeth, in. 17 Aug. 1854, Frederick Layard,
Esq., late of Ceylon C.S., and d. May, 1888.

Mr. Lloyd d. 25 May, 1870, and was s. by his son.

Rev. Henry Robert Lloyd, M.A., Rector of ClifTe, at Hoo.
Kent, b. 9 Aug. 1809; to. 17 Oct. 184.3, Harriet, 4th dau. of
Hon. and Right Rev. Edward Grey, Bis'nop of Hereford, anil
granddau. of Charles, 1st Earl Grey, and by her, who d. 7
Aug. 1887, had issue,

Iorwerth Grey (Rev.), as above.

Cadwgan Grey, h. 5 .\ug. 18J5 ; d. 29 Sept. 1853.

Arthur Grey, b. 31 Dec. 1851 ; d. 17 Aug. 1879.

Mary Grey, 7)1. 25 Oct. 1881, Rev. Edward Mayo, Vicar of
Mogerhanger, Beds.
Mr. Lloyd, d. SO Jan. 1330.

Anns — Sa., aspear-head imbrued ppr. between three scaling-
ladders arg. on a chief gu. a castle trjple-toweredof the second.
Crests — Ist, A wolf rampant arg. holding between its paws a
spear-head point downwards imbrued and three drops of blood
under the sinister paw; 2nd, A lion rampant regardant sa.
Motto — Heb Dduw heb ddim, a Duw a digon.

Residence — Bosherston Rectory, Pembroke.


Lloyd, Edward Peyse, Esq. of G-lansovin, co.
Carmarthen, J.P., b. 1847 ; s. Lis father 1893.
Lineag'e. — Moboan Pryse Llotd, Esq. of Glansevin,

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only son of Kilward I'ryse Lloyd, Esq. of Glansevin, and the
lineal descendant of David Lloyd, Esq. of Glansevin, 1596 ; m.
10 Nov. 17S3, Cutheiiue. ilau. of Price Jones, Esq. of Glanha-
tren, co. Montgomery, by Bridset his wife, eldest dau. of
Edward Devereux, 11th Viscount Hereford, and had issue,

Edward Prtse, his licir,

Catharine Martha. Margarctta Juliana.

The only son.

Edward Prtse Lloyd. Esq. of Glansevin, J. P. and D.L.,
High SlierifT eo. Cardigan \b2b, b. 12 Oct. 178G; m. 30 Nov.
ISIS, Anne, dau. of William Hughes, Esq. of Tregib, and
Eliza his wife, dau. of Richard Gwynne, Esq. of Taliaris, co.
Carmarthen, and had issue,

I. Morgan Prtse. now of Glansevin.

II. Edward Vvys<\b. 30 Oct. \'ill.
I. Catherine Elizabeth Florenda.

n. CaroUne Frances, deceased. in. Anna Maria Charlotte.

Mr. Lloyd i?. 19 June, 1S68, and was .<:. by his eldest son,

Morgan Prtse Lloyd, Esq. of Glansevin, co. Carmarthen,
J.P. and D.L., b. 2 July, 1820; m. 28 Sept. 1843, Georgina
Caroline, dau. of Col. Sackville Gwynne, of Glanbranc Park,
and had with other issue,

Edward Pryse, now of Glansevin.
Mr. Morgan Pryse Lloyd c^ U Jan. 1893.

Arms — Arg., a lion rampant sa. the tail introverted, the head,
paws, and brush of the tail of the first. Orcst — A lion rampaui
Ba. J/o»o— Fiat justitia. ruatcoelum.

Scat — Glansevin, near Llangadock, co. Carmarthen.


Llotd, John Haedeess, Esq. of Glostcr, King's
Co., b. 14 Aug. 1874.

Ltneag'e. — John Llotd, Esq. of Glostcr, King's Co., J.P.
and D.L., High Sheriff 1866, s. by will li^GO to the estates of
Col. Hardress Lloyd, of Gloster, M.P. for King's Co.; m. 14
Nov. 1872, Susannah Frances .Julia, 2nd dau. of John Thomas
Kosborough Colclough, Esq. of Tintern Abbey, J.P. and D.L. ,
CO. Wexford and had issue,

I. John Hardress, now of Gloster.

II. Evan Colclough, h. 4 Jan. 1877.

m. Llewellyn Wilfrid Medhop, b. 97 July, 1879.
I. Mary Louisa Arthurina Gwendoline Colclough, b. 28 Aug.
u. Susan Frederica Lilian May, h. 4 Sept. 1875.

III. Alice Maude Josephine, b. 14Apiil, 18;b.

IV. Myrtle Susan, b. 9 Aug. 1883.

Mr. Lloyd d. 26 Jan. 1883, aged 50.
<S«ot— Gloster, Roscrea, King's Co.


Caee-Llotd, James Martin, Esq. of Lancing,
Susses, J. P., late Capt. Uoyal Sussex Militia, b. 13
June, 1849; m, 1st, 9 Dee. 1875, Alice Katharine,
younger dau. of Col. Edwin Wodchou?e, R.A.,
C.B., A.D.C. to the Queen, and granddau. of
Admiral Hon. Philip Wodehouse, 2nd son of John,
1st Lord Wodehouse, and by her (who d. 21. Nov.
1882) has a daughter,

Nancy, 6. 30 Dec. 1876.
He m. 2ndly, 24 April, 1889, Jane Emma, eldest
dau. of Sir Henry St. John Mildmay, Eart. of
Dogmersfield Park, Hants.

Lineage. — Eev. Coui.son Care had a dan., Elizabeth
Ann, ra. Sir James Martin Lloyd, Bart, of Lancing, and a son,

Eight Kev. Robert .Tames Carr, D.D., consecrated Bishop
of Chichester 1824, and translated to Worcester 1831. He m.
179.0, Nancy, dau. of John Wilkinson, Esq., and by her (who
d. Nov. 1839), he left at his decease, April, 1841, a dau., Sybella
.Jane, m. 12 Dec. 1826, Charles Peckham Peckham, Esq. of
Nyton, Sussex, and a son,

CoL. George Kibwan Caer, of Lancing, J.P. and D.L.,
High Sheriff of Sussex, who assumed the additional surname
of Lloyd 18.58, on succeeding to the property of his aunt. Lady
Lloyd, widow of Sir James Martin Lloyd, Bart, of Lancing
Manor. He ra. 1st, Caroline, bth dau. of Admiral Sir Michael
Seymour, Bart., K.C.B., and by her (who d. 1843) had two

J. Caroline Diana Frances, m. U. M. AnkcteD Jones, Esq. of
DruDimany, eo. Cavan,

II. Jane Seymour, ta. Rev. V. H. Aldhaui, andtL Jan. 187S,
leaving issue.
He m. 2ndly, April, 1847, Jane, eldest dau. of John Watson,
Esq. of Wick Lodge, Sussex, and by her had issue.

I. James Mautin, now of Lancing Manor.

II. George .Spencer, 0.. May, 1866.

I. Elizabeth Melville. u. Alary Frances.

Col. Carr-Lloyd (i. 15 June, 1877.

S'at — Lancing Manor, Shoreham, Sussex.
flub — Jun. Carlton.

Lloyd, Anrnua Henry Orlando, Esq. of Loa-
ton Knolls, Salop, J. P., Lieut. Grenadier Guards,
b. 31 May, 1864

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