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Family of Horatio LLOYD and Harriette RIGBY

Husband: Horatio LLOYD (1829-1920)
Wife: Harriette RIGBY (1833-1902)
Children: Arthur Watson LLOYD (1858-1894)
Edward Honoratus LLOYD (1860-1930)
Francis Horatio LLOYD (1864-1920)
Trevor Fitzroy LLOYD (1866-1931)
Marriage 2 Oct 1856 Neston Cheshire

Husband: Horatio LLOYD


Horatio LLOYD

Name: Horatio LLOYD
Sex: Male
Father: Edward Watson LLOYD (1802-1850)
Mother: Alice PENNINGTON (1808-1891)
Birth 29 Sep 1829 Chester, Cheshire
Baptism 13 Jan 1830 (age 0) Holy Trinity, Chester
Census 1841 (age 11) Spittle Boughton, Cheshire
Census 1851 (age 21) St Mary on the Hill, Chester
Bridge Place
Clerk of Indictments; North Wales Circuit. Servant Elizabeth Jones from Pentre, Flintshire
Census 1861 (age 31) Neston Cheshire
Church Street
Occupation 1861 (age 31) Legal Profession - Barrister at Law
Census 1871 (age 41) Knutsford, Cheshire
Hotel, King Street
Visitor whilst working as Barrister in actual practice. Recorder of City of Chester
Census 1881 (age 51) Chester, Cheshire
3 Sandown Terrace, Boughton
Occupation 1881 (age 51) Judge of County Court
Title 1890 (age 60-61) Sir
Census 1891 (age 61) Chorley, Lancashire
Visitor, Knight. County Court Judge
Census 1901 (age 71) Dwygyfylchi, Caernarvonshire
Glan y mor, Sefton house
Death 24 Dec 1920 (age 91) Chester, Cheshire
8 Stanley Place
Probate 16 Feb 1921 Chester, Cheshire
8 Stanley Place
Probate to Edward Honoratus Lloyd, Barrister at Law K.C. Effects 6877 pounds 15 shillings and eightpence

Wife: Harriette RIGBY

Name: Harriette RIGBY
Sex: Female
Father: Honoratus Leigh RIGBY (1796-1851)
Mother: Mary Jane ROPER (1797- )
Birth 1833 Hawarden, Flintshire
Census 1851 (age 17-18) Hawarden, Flintshire
Two House Buidling
Census 1861 (age 28) Neston Cheshire
Church Street
Census 1871 (age 37) Kensington, London
2 Argyle Road
Telora Trevor Roper a cousin also in residence.
Census 1881 (age 48) Chester, Cheshire
3 Sandown Terrace, Boughton
Census 1891 (age 57) Chester, Cheshire
8 Stanley Place
Mary Kathleen Fanny Stanley aged 19 born Cork, Kinsale Ireland, niece also in residence
Census 1901 (age 68) Dwygyfylchi, Caernarvonshire
Glan y Mor, Sefton house
Death 19 Mar 1902 (age 68-69) Conway, Caernarvonshire
Burial 22 Mar 1902 Chester, Cheshire
Chester Cemetary

Child 1: Arthur Watson LLOYD

Name: Arthur Watson LLOYD
Sex: Male
Spouse: Adeline JONES ( -1919)
Birth Mar 1858 Neston Cheshire
Census 1861 (age 3) Neston Cheshire
Church Street
Census 1871 (age 13) Ewell, Surrey
The Grange School
Boarder at private school with brother Edward
Residence Nov 1894 (age 36) Sydney Australia
Nareen, Wallace Street, Burwood
Death 20 Nov 1894 (age 43) Sydney Australia
Rookswood Cemetery
Also Arthur William Watson. Only son 20 May 1901 aged 18 years and 10 months.
Death reported in Brisbane Courier dated 26 November 1894 as follows: During the week, under his real name of Arhur Watson Lloyd, the Herald columns have recorded the death of Mr Arthur Rigby, an esteemed member of Mr George Rignold's Operatic Company . Mr Rigby who was the eldest son of Sir Horatio Lloyd, , an English County Court Judge and Recorder of Chester, came to Australia in 1879 after some previous residence at the Cape. For some years he was with the Royal Comic Opera Company under Messrs. Williamson, Garner, and Musgrove, occasionally playing minor parts in which his excellent bass voice told well, and then in 1889 he joined the Rignold Dramatic Company and in the coarse of a steady and servicable career showed decided talent as a character actor. When Mr William Rignold made a great success of his life as Falstaff (Merry Wives of Windsor), Mr Rigby contributed a clever little character study as "mine Host of the Garter" with jolly unctuous laugh, who figured in the third scene of the comedy. His last appearance on stage was in "True as Steel" as long ago as February 1893 when appropriately enough his last words he said in public were " Well, anyhow, I've done my duty, and that's all I want" Many kind attentions were shown him during his long illness by Mr and Mrs Rignold - to whom he wrote very gratefully - and by the members of their company, and his old friend Mr Stirling Whyte remained with him almost to the last. The late Mr Rigby, who leaves a widow and one son, died at Katoomba, at the age of 36 years on the 20th November, and was buried at Rookwood last Thursday.
The Sydney Morning Herald of 28 January 1893 reported under Amusements as follows: Her Majesty's Theatre: With the object of introducing Mr Lionel Rignold as Harry Ascalon the part which won him fame at the Adelphi Theatre some few years past, Mr George Rignold will this evening produce"London Day by Day" at her Majesty's Theatre. The drama will be illustrated by the fine series of pictures painted by Mr George Gordon to show the highways and byways of the great city, and the newly organised company will present the following interesting list of characters: Includes Mr Arthur Rigby as Detective Morgan. Probate to his wife value of 70 pounds.

Child 2: Edward Honoratus LLOYD


Edward Honoratus LLOYD, c. 1875, age 15

Name: Edward Honoratus LLOYD
Sex: Male
Spouse 1: Harriet FROST (1857-1924)
Spouse 2: Anita Alejandra FOCKE (1875-1957)
Birth 15 Jun 1860 Neston Cheshire
Undergraduate, Oxford University
Census 1861 (age 11 mns) Neston Cheshire
Church Street
Census 1871 (age 10) Ewell, Surrey
The Grange School
Boarder with brother Arthur Watson
Education 31 May 1879 (age 19) Trinity College, Oxford
BA 1882, M.A. 1888. Student at Middle Temple 1878
Census 1881 (age 20) Chester, Cheshire
3 Sandown Terrace, Boughton
Student at Oxford University
Education 9 Nov 1882 (age 22) -; Liverpool Mercury
Reports that Edward has received his certificate from the Council of legal Education prior to being called to the Bar
Census 1891 (age 30) Paddington, London
32 Princes Street
Census 1901 (age 40) Kensington, London
69 Courtfield Gardens
Occupation Feb 1904 (age 43) Legal Profession - Barrister at Law, Kings Counsel
Leading Council on Local government law.
Census 1911 (age 50) Kensington, London
30 Collingham Gardens
Barrister, Kings Council. 9 servants.
Residence 30 Aug 1920 (age 60) London, SW3
22 Cadogan Gardens
Residence 24 Mar 1923 (age 47) London W1
26 Gilbert Street
Arrived at Plymouth on SS Manchuria travelling 1st class from New York
Death 7 Dec 1930 (age 70) Knightsbridge, London
22 Parkside
Probate 24 Jan 1931 (age 70) Knightsbridge, London
22 Parkside
Probate to Anita Alejandra Lloyd, widow and Charles Edward Honoratus Lloyd, Frederick Norton Kay Menzies and Kenneth James Acton-Davis. Effects: 104,665 pounds 4 shillings and eightpence

Child 3: Francis Horatio LLOYD

Name: Francis Horatio LLOYD
Sex: Male
Spouse 1: Mary Kathleen Fanny STANLEY (1871-1896)
Spouse 2: Constance Elizabeth HORTON (1855-1902)
Birth 18 Jun 1864 Kensington, London
4 Pembroke Gardens
Census 1871 (age 4) Kensington, London
2 Argyle Road
Census 1881 (age 17) Repton, Derbyshire
The School
Census 1891 (age 27) Chester, Cheshire
8 Stanley Place
Residence Sep 1896 (age 32) Chester, Cheshire
19 Hough Green
Census 1901 (age 38) Chester, Cheshire
Also in residence with his second wife Constance were her three sons: Gilbert E Cohen 23, Eustace G Cohen 19 and Hugh E Cohen 16
Occupation Legal Profession - Solicitor
Death 30 Aug 1920 (age 56) Chester, Cheshire
Cause: Bronchopneumonia, Heart Failure
Address: 8 Stanley Place
Reported by brother E Honoratus of 22 Cadogan Gardens, London SW3

Child 4: Trevor Fitzroy LLOYD


Trevor Fitzroy LLOYD, 1909, age 42

Name: Trevor Fitzroy LLOYD
Sex: Male
Spouse: Isabelle JARDINE (1866-1940)
Birth 28 Sep 1866 Kensington, London
4 Pembroke Gardens
Census 1871 (age 4) Kensington, London
2 Argyle Place
Census 1881 (age 14) Repton, Derbyshire
The School
Education 1885 (age 19) University; Trinity Hall Cambridge
B.A. 1889. at the Middle Temple June 22 1887. Called to the Bar Jun 18 1890. On the North Wales Circuit. Revising Barrister.
Census 1891 (age 24) Chester, Cheshire
8 Stanley Place
Residence 1 Aug 1893 (age 26) Surbiton, Surrey
Ewell Road
Residence 1 Sep 1899 (age 32) Surbiton, Surrey
Newstead, Surbiton Hill
Census 1901 (age 34) Surbiton, Surrey
Newstead, King Charles Road
Living with wife Isabella and children - Gladys, Reginald and Alice. Ada WOOD, (45) b.Liverpool, Widowed visiting.
Occupation Legal Profession - Barrister at Law
Bankruptcy 9 Sep 1909 (age 42) Temple, London
5 Crown Court
It was reported in the Manchester Courier that preceedings were taken against Trevor Lloyd, revising barrister for part of Cheshire for Bankruptcy with debts of 8500 pounds and assets of 125 pounds. He began to borrow money ten years earlier and had been forced to borrow from one person to repay others
Residence 1915 (age 48-49) Dulwich, London
95 Croxted Road
Electoral Roll. Brother, Edward also on roll
Residence 1921 (age 54-55) City of London
4 Pump Court, Inner Temple
Abode given as Dudley Lodge, Croxteth Road, Dulwich
Residence 1923 (age 56-57) City of London
4 Pump Court, Inner Temple
Electoral Roll. No abode given
Residence 1930 (age 63-64) Fulham, London
1 Beaumont Mansions
Death 26 Jan 1931 (age 64) Fulham, London
Cause: Heart failure, Exhaustion, Carcinoma Oesophagus
Address: 1 Beaumont Mansions

Note on Husband: Horatio LLOYD (1)

Created a K.B. in 1890. An article, not dated, can be found within a scrapbook passed down through the father and grandfather of my wife Judith LLoyd and reads as follows:


"Why are so few County Court Judges singled out for honour? Sir Horatio LLOYD, whose name appeared in the Birthday list is, with the exception of Sir Rupert KETTLE, the only judge who has been knighted. Sir Richard HARRINGTON having succeeded his cousin in the baronetcy. Sir Rupert KETTLE owes the distinction to the services he rendered in connection with the establishment of Board of Arbritration between employers and employed, but if Judge LLOYD had only administered the death blow to the "tally" system he would have merited a knighthood. He is a man of great ability and with the full courage of his convictions".

Sir Horatio Lloyd was born in 1829, and educated at Rossall, was called to the bar of the Middle Temple in May 1852. He went the North Wales and Chester Circuit, on which he was counsel to the Mint and the Post Office, and a revising barrister. In February 1866 he was appointed Recorder of Chester. he is editor of Leeming and Cross's "Practice of Quarter Sessions" and of Chitty's "Statutes of Practical Utility in the Civil and Criminal Administration of Justice", a Justice of Peace for four counties as well as of the City of Chester, has been judge of the circuit since October 1874 and is universally respected in North Wales.

Note on Husband: Horatio LLOYD (2)

Appointed a Judge on the County circuit for Chester and North Wales. He was Welsh speaking in 1874