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Horace Charles Lloyd

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Horace Charles Lloyd (1830-1893) of Richard Lloyd and Sons and then H. C. Lloyd and Son, Tobacco Manufacturer

1830 Born Holborn, London, the son of Richard Lloyd, a Tobacconist, and his wife Eliza Martha.

1860 Birth of son Frederick Henry Lloyd

1874/75 Mayor of Exeter.[1]

1881 Living at Bryntirion, Heavitree, Exeter: Horace Charles Lloyd (age 51 born London), Tobacco Manufacturer employing 22 Men, 1 Woman, 25 Boys, and 23 Girls. With his wife Maria and three children.[2]

1893 November 23rd. Died, of Bryntirion, Heavitree. Tobacco Manufacturer. Obituary.[3]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. Exeter Mayors
  2. 1881 Census
  3. Western Times - Thursday 30 November 1893