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Hanbury, Lloyds and Co

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of Lombard Street, London, bankers

1771 Sampson Lloyd's son-in-law Osgood Hanbury founded a bank in London, called Hanbury, Taylor, Lloyd, and Bowman, in which both Lloyd's son Sampson Lloyd III and John Taylor junior, of the Birmingham bank, were partners. This became the necessary London correspondent and support of the quite prosperous Taylors and Lloyds.

1864 The partners in Hanburys and Lloyds were: Osgood Hanbury, Henry Lloyd, Philip Hanbury, Osgood Hanbury, junior, and Richard Harman Lloyd; premises were 60 Lombard St, London[1]

1864 the firm merged with fellow bankers, Barnett, Hoare and Co, to form Barnetts, Hoares, Hanbury and Lloyd.

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Sources of Information

  1. London Gazette 27 February 1864
  • [1] Lloyds history