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Francis Zachary Lloyd

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Francis Zachary Lloyd (1869-1920) of Weldless Steel Tubes

1869 Born in Wednesbury, son of Sampson Zachary Lloyd and his wife Eleanor

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[1]

1884 Baptised in Kings Areley, Worcester, son of Sampson Zachary Lloyd and his wife Eleanor[2]

1891 Clerk to carpet manufacturer, living in Areley Kings with his father[3]

1901 Sampson Z Lloyd 58, employer, manager of screw manufacturer public company, living in Areley Kings, with Francis Z Lloyd 31, employer, manager of tube manufacturer company, Thomas Z Lloyd 29, employer, manager of screw manufacturer public company, Eleanor H Lloyd 27, Constance M Lloyd 25, Edmund Lloyd 20, Katherine Lloyd 17[4]

1907 Married Katherine Mary Crewdson in Kendal[5]

1911 Francis Zachary Lloyd 41, manager of tube works, living in Edgbaston, with Katharine Mary Lloyd 32, Eleanor Mary Lloyd 1, Katharine Olivier Lloyd 3 months[6]

1920 Died in Areley Hall near Stourport[7]

1921 Obituary [8]

FRANCIS ZACHARY LLOYD died on December 18, 1920, at Arley Hall, near Stourbridge, at the age of fifty-one.

He was chairman and managing director of Weldless Steel Tubes (Ltd.), of Birmingham. For his services in connection with the organisation of supplies during the war, he was created a C.B.E.

He was elected a member of the Iron and Steel Institute in 1920.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1871 census
  2. BMD
  3. 1891 census
  4. 1901 census
  5. BMD
  6. 1911 census
  7. National Probate Calendar
  8. 1921 Iron and Steel Institute: Obituaries