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A centralize location for the discussion and research of the Lloyd / Loyd surnames.

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Latest Activity: Jan 23, 2014

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Lloyd/Drake marriage

Started by Phyllis Drake Jacobs Aug 7, 2012.

Lloyd family of North Carolina 5 Replies

Started by Kate Steere. Last reply by Kate Steere Dec 14, 2011.

Sarah Lloyd m. B.J. Donathan

Started by Linda Palmer Jun 6, 2011.

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Comment by Dori Emerson Lloyd on August 21, 2013 at 11:51am

My Lloyds (husband's) are from the Darlington area of South Carolina.  I suspect they came from the Wake/Granville area of NC, but don't know farther back.  The patriarch was Ebenezer Loyd (1747-1847).  Yes, he died at age 100. There are not a lot of records regarding Ebenezer--children, etc. Ancestry Trees have as many as three sons, that's all. And of those, only one is listed as having a son.  My husband's line goes back to J. Elihu Lloyd (b1833), m. Lena Laney Register (b1831).  I don't know where Elihu plugs into the L(l)oyd dynasty.

Comment by Charlie Vines on November 4, 2012 at 7:24pm

Hey Everyone,

I would like to introduce ya'll to a new database for obituaries at http://www.ourfamtree.org/obituaries/.  This database is affiliated with Trails to the Past with whom I host several counties.

Please check out the site at your convenience and if interested, please post any obituaries that you have.

Charlie

Comment by Arlene Adams- Gertsch on February 26, 2010 at 4:45pm
Thanks Charlie,
This is indeed my Eli and Emma. They came thru several times from England but the last time was mid 1920's. I found Eli passing away, but I can't find Emma anywhere. I even have their children and their spouses, but for some reason Emma is just fallen off the radar. Thanks for looking. I have even had several people at the Michigan Archives look, and they can't find her. We find her in the 1958 directory and then the 1964 directory shows their son Fred living alone in the house. I guess I'll just keep looking. Thanks for the help, I really appreciate it.
~Arlene
Comment by Charlie Vines on February 26, 2010 at 4:00pm
Hi Arlene,

I don’t know if this will help, but I found the following.

FamilySearch.org
Emma Hollingsworth
Born abt 1881 Wigan, Lancashire, Eng
married to Eli Lloyd (25 Jun 1877 Wigan, Lancashire,,Eng – 8 Aug 1952 Detroit, MI, son of Benjamin Lloyd and Elizabeth Hague)

1881 British Census (familysearch.org)
Emma A Hollingworth, age 1, birthplace Manchester, Lancashire, England
Household
William H Hollingworth, head, 25, b. Dale Abbey, Derby, England
Mary A Hollingworth, wife, 31, b. Derby, Derby, England
Emma A Hollingworth, daur, 1, b. Manchester, Lancashire, England
Edith C Hollingworth, daur, 2m, b. Manchester, Lancashire, England

Found at pilot.familysearch.org
England Baptisms 1700-1900
Emma Annie Hollingworth
Christening Date - 1879
Christening Place – Saint Andrews, Derby, Derby(shire?), England
Parents - William Herbert Hollingworth and Mary Anne

Website for BritishIsles - http://www.britishislesgenweb.org/

I don’t know if this is your Emma, but I thought I’d pass the data along.

Do you know when Eli and/or Emma came to Canada and when they came to Michigan?

The only thing I found in Michigan was their entry on the 1930 census (or I think it is them). Children are Thomas, Ernest, John, Fred. There is a John Leatherbarrow also living with them.

I hope this helps.

Charlie
Comment by Arlene Adams- Gertsch on February 25, 2010 at 2:37pm
I am in nened of some serious help. I have an Eli Lloyd, who migrated to Detroit Michigan with his wife, Emma Hollingsworth Lloyd. I can not seem to find anything on Emma. I have narrowed her death down to sometime between 1956-1963 in Michigan, but she doesn't show up on any of the death indexes or anything. Does anyone have any information on her? Both of them came in to the USA from England, via Canada. I would love to have dates for her birth and death and find out what Cemetery they are in. Any help is appreciated~ Arlene
Comment by Charlie Vines on February 10, 2010 at 12:21pm
Thank you JIll for posting your Lloyd family for us.
Comment by Jill Stepp Johnston on February 9, 2010 at 8:46pm
My Lloyds: Nathan Lloyd, 1813-1890, married Louisa Jones.
Son, James Nathan Lloyd, 1851-1929, born in Loveland, Highland Co., Ohio, married Sarah C Ireland, 1853-1921, born in Brownstown, Jackson Co., Indiana; both buried in Greenbrier, Bollinger Co., Missouri.
Daughter of James Nathan: Vevay Della Lloyd, 1874-1956, born in Maumee, Allen Co., Indiana; married Green Wesley Stepp, 1869-1923, born in Greenbrier, Bollinger Co., Missouri. Both buried in Greenbrier.
Son of Wesley, William Elbert Stepp, 1895-1971, married Clara Helen Walker, 1907-1990- both were born in Greenbrier and are buried in Toledo, Lewis Co., Washington.
 

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