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Family of John Horatio LLOYD and Caroline WATSON

Husband: John Horatio LLOYD (1798-1884)
Wife: Caroline WATSON (1802-1875)
Children: Horatio Watson LLOYD (1827-1828)
Horace LLOYD (1828-1874)
Frederick Watson LLOYD (1829-1862)
Emily Francis LLOYD (1830-1892)
Caroline LLOYD (1832-1893)
Louisa Mary LLOYD (1834-1908)
Sophia Holland LLOYD (1837-1838)
Edward Hewitt LLOYD (1840-1845)
Marriage 1 Sep 1826 St Philips, Liverpool

Husband: John Horatio LLOYD

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John Horatio LLOYD

Name: John Horatio LLOYD
Sex: Male
Father: John LLOYD (1770-1844)
Mother: Molly (Mary) WATSON (1765-1853)
Birth 1 Sep 1798 Stockport, Cheshire
Education 1810 (age 12) Stockport Grammar School
Education 3 Jul 1818 (age 19) Queens College, Oxford
B.A. 1822. Fellow of Brasenose College 1823-6 M.A. 1824. Barrister at Law, Lincolns Inn 1872
Census 1841 (age 40 (!)) Mary le Bone, Middlessex
15 Park Place
Residence 1842 (age 43-44) Regents Park, London
Park Lane
Place of abode also owned freehold houses in Watsons Square, Stockport as per electoral register for Stockport 1842 and 1843
Census 1851 (age 53) Neath, Wales
Parade Castle Hotel
Census night spent at Hotel in Neath . Obviously attending at court.
Census 1861 (age 63) Mary le Bone, Middlessex
30 Dorset Square
Living with wife Caroline and daughter Emily. Household included a Butler, Ladysmaid, Cook, Housemaid, Footman, and Kitchenmaid.
Residence 1863 (age 64-65) Temple, City of London
1 Knigs Bench Walk
Census 1871 (age 71 (!)) Kensington, London
100 Lancaster Gate
With his wife Caroline and daughter Emily F. Also grandson William L Napier
Occupation Legal Profession - Barrister at Law
Census 1881 (age 82) Torquay, Devon
Belgrave Hotel
Staying with his Daughter Emily F Lloyd (50) and grandaughters, Constance M Lloyd (23) and Julias N Napier (21)
Death 18 Jul 1884 (age 85) Kensington, London
100 Lancaster Gate
Probate 21 Jul 1884 Kensington, London
100 Lancaster Gate
He left 92,392 pounds 4 shillings and a penny. Executors were his daughter Emily and nephew Horatio Lloyd - Recorder, City of Chester and County Court Judge.

Wife: Caroline WATSON

Name: Caroline WATSON
Sex: Female
Father: Holland WATSON (1751-1829)
Mother: Harriett POWELL of Brandlesholme Hall (1772-1819)
Birth 24 Jun 1802 Stockport, Cheshire
Census 1841 (age 35 (!)) Mary le Bone, Middlessex
15 Park Place
Census 1851 (age 48) Mary le Bone, Middlessex
15 Park Place
Census 1861 (age 58-59) Mary le Bone, Middlessex
30 Dorset Square
Census 1871 (age 68-69) Kensington, London
100 Lancaster Gate
Death 9 Mar 1875 (age 72) Kensington, London
100 Lancaster Gate

Child 1: Horatio Watson LLOYD

Name: Horatio Watson LLOYD
Sex: Male
Birth 4 Aug 1827 St Nicholas, Liverpool
Death 10 Jun 1828 (age 0) Cathedral, Chester

Child 2: Horace LLOYD

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Horace LLOYD, 1864, age 36

Name: Horace LLOYD
Sex: Male
Spouse: Adelaide Barbara ATKINSON (1838-1921)
Birth 16 Aug 1828 Chester, Cheshire
The Mount, Boughton
Baptism 10 Nov 1828 (age 0) Liverpool
Parish of St Nicholas
Parents living at Charlotte Street, Bloomsbury London
Census 1841 (age 12) Mary le Bone, Middlesex
15 Park Place
Census 1851 (age 22) Mary le Bone, Middlesex
15 Park Place
BA University of Cambridge
Census 1861 (age 32) Biggleswade, Herts
Stratton Street
Barrister in Law in Practice. Visitors to the house of Thomas J Hooper, Registrar to County Court. With his wife Adelaide.
Census 1871 (age 43) Kensington, London
42 Sussex Gardens
Queens Counsel.
Occupation Legal Profession - Barrister at Law
Death 30 Mar 1874 (age 45) Kensington, London
42 Sussex Gardens
Probate 8 May 1874 Hyde Park, Middlesex
42 Sussex Gardens
Proved by Horatio Lloyd of 1 Kings Bench Walk. Effects under 12000 pounds

Child 3: Frederick Watson LLOYD

Name: Frederick Watson LLOYD
Sex: Male
Birth 20 Nov 1829 Bloomsbury, Middlesex
Torrington Square
Baptism 25 Dec 1830 (age 1) Bloomsbury, Middlesex
Torrington Square
Census 1841 (age 11) Mary le Bone, Middlessex
15 Park Place
Census 1851 (age 21) Mary le Bone, Middlessex
15 Park Place
Student at Law
Occupation Legal Profession - Barrister at Law
Death 23 Nov 1862 (age 33) Worthing, Sussex
Burial 28 Nov 1862 Mary le Bone, Middlessex
30 Dorset Square
Probate 24 Jan 1863 Mary le Bone, Middlessex
30 Dorset Square
Probated to John Horatio lloyd, Father. Effects under 200 pounds

Child 4: Emily Francis LLOYD

Name: Emily Francis LLOYD
Sex: Female
Birth 7 Nov 1830 Chester, Cheshire
Baptism 25 Dec 1830 (age 0) Bloomsbury, Middlesex
Torrington Square
Census 1841 (age 10) Mary le Bone, Middlessex
15 Park Place
Census 1851 (age 20) Mary le Bone, Middlessex
15 Park Place
Census 1861 (age 30) Mary le Bone, Middlessex
30 Dorset Square
Census 1871 (age 40) Kensington, London
100 Lancaster Gate
Census 1881 (age 50) Torquay, Devon
Belgrave Hotel, Belgrave Road
Staying with her father and his grandaughter Constance and Julius
Census 1891 (age 60) Paddington, London
20 Oxford Square
Living on own means with 5 servants
Death 17 Mar 1892 (age 61) St Leonards on Sea, Sussex
Probate Apr 1892 (age 82 (!)) Paddington, London
20 Oxford Square
Probated to Hon. Louisa Mary Napier (Widow) and Mary Eliza Napier (Spinster) left 42002pounds 2shillings and one penney. She left 3000 pounds to her neice Constance.

Child 5: Caroline LLOYD

Name: Caroline LLOYD
Sex: Female
Spouse: William Senhouse KIRKES (1823-1864)
Birth 1 Sep 1832 Mary le Bone, Middlessex
Census 1841 (age 8) Mary le Bone, Middlessex
15 Park Place
Census 1851 (age 18) Mary le Bone, Middlessex
15 Park Place
Census 1861 (age 28-29) Lancaster, Lancashire
Northlands
With husband Willam and daughter Alice visitors to the home of Henry and Annie Grigson, Alderman, Solicitor, Stamp distributor
Census 1871 (age 38) Mary le Bone, Middlessex
14 Seymour Street
Staying with sister Louisa Mary NAPIER
Census 1881 (age 48) Mary le Bone, Middlessex
28 Giles Place
Annuitant. Appears to be running a boarding establishment with 7 boarders between 14 and 17 years of age plus 4 others between 17 and 24 years of age.
Census 1891 (age 58-59) Mary le Bone, Middlessex
28 Gloucester Place
Death 21 Apr 1893 (age 60) Tokyo, Japan
Probate 24 Jun 1893 Mary le Bone, Middlessex
31 Lower Seymour Street, Portland Place
Effects 42396pounds 12shillings and twopence to Lilias Robinson, Widow and Mathew Henry Gregson, Army.

Child 6: Louisa Mary LLOYD

Name: Louisa Mary LLOYD
Sex: Female
Spouse: William NAPIER (1821-1876)
Birth 25 May 1834 Bloomsbury, Middlesex
Census 1851 (age 16) Mary le Bone, Middlessex
15 Park Place
Census 1861 (age 39 (!)) Hanover Square, London
54 Green Street
9 servants in household. Living with husband William
Census 1871 (age 36) Mary le Bone, Middlessex
14 Seymour Street
Husband away. Living with Beatrice, Lilian, Francis H, Charles F and Caroline KIRKES, sister.
Census 1881 (age 46) Dulwich, London
Ettrick Cottage, The Avenue
Living with children - Mary, Beatrice, Francis, Charles, William John, and Archibald
Census 1901 (age 67) Kensington, London
5 Cottemore Gardens
Widow, living on own means
Death 13 Oct 1908 (age 74) Malmesbury, Wiltshire
Probate 13 Nov 1908 London,
Cottesmore Gardens
Probated to Mary Eliza Napier, spinster. Effects 32102 pounds 18 shillings and threepence

Child 7: Sophia Holland LLOYD

Name: Sophia Holland LLOYD
Sex: Female
Birth 8 Oct 1837 Mary le Bone, Middlessex
Death 22 Jun 1838 (age 0) Mary le Bone, Middlessex

Child 8: Edward Hewitt LLOYD

Name: Edward Hewitt LLOYD
Sex: Male
Birth 27 Jul 1840 Mary le Bone, Middlessex
15 Park Place, Dorset Square
Death 17 Mar 1845 (age 4) Mary le Bone, Middlessex

Note on Marriage

Caroline is J H's cousin and daughter of Major Watson of Congleton

Note on Husband: John Horatio LLOYD (1)

His obituary tells us that John Horatio was elected MP for Stockport in 1834. He is also well remembered as the standing counsel to nearly every Railway Company in Great Britain. He was also elected as a fellow of Brazenose College.

Note on Husband: John Horatio LLOYD (2)

The London City press of 1 Sep 1871 shows that John Horatio of Inner Temple was a Trustee of the Alexandra Palace and Muswell Hill Estate Tontine.

Note on Husband: John Horatio LLOYD (3)

In 1860 he was nominated as an Associate of the Institute of Civil Engineers because of his close work with the railways